In the start of a new epic, a new villain stalks Gotham City. Will Batman be able to uncover the mystery of Mr. Bloom?
After shaking up the Dark Knight’s status quo and elevating former police commissioner Jim Gordon to the role of Batman, writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo are now setting their sights on introducing the Dark Knight’s newest adversary—a mysterious new figure known as Mr. Bloom. Little is known about this slim-and-sinister new baddie other than that he’s able and willing to give superpowers to Gotham’s already dangerous underworld, so we thought we’d ask Capullo and Snyder if they could tell us a bit more. One thing’s for sure, however. You’ll never look at a flower garden the same way again.
See Also: Batman (1940) #136 - December 1960 Issue - DC Comics - Grade VG/F
Batman #215 - September 1969 Issue - DC Comics - Grade G/VG
Batman #269 - November 1975 Issue - DC Comics - Grade VF/N
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