BATMAN: GOTHIC DELUXE EDITION

BATMAN: GOTHIC DELUXE EDITION



In this epic from BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #6-10, published here for the first time in hardcover, the Dark Knight Detective must defeat an immortal killer while dealing with a terrifying horror from Bruce Wayne’s youth. While plagued by nightmares about his childhood, Batman investigates the murders of crime bosses in Gotham City. But what will he do when he discovers that the macabre killer is actually the headmaster who tormented Bruce Wayne as a boy?

See Also: Batman Legends of the Dark Knight #1, November 1989 Issue - DC Comics

Batman No Man's Land Secret Files & Origins #1 - December Issue - DC Comics

Batman Chronicles #1 - July 1995 Issue - DC Comics

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