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Batman: Harvest Breed

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A series of grisly, demonic murders forces Commissioner Gordon to reopen a case file of similar unsolved murders from yeas past, leading Batman down a path towards stopping the killer before more bodies can pile up.

Synopsis:

From the creator of the classic graphic novel Enemy Ace: War Idyll comes this new, lushly painted tale of the Dark Knight. In this deeply psychological tale, we learn that Batman is having nightmares about committing murder — and that these nightmares reassure him that he will never cross that line. But when a string of murders begins that bear a strange resemblance to Batman's grisly dreams, the dreams stop — leading the Dark Knight to wonder if, somehow, he has become a killer.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781563896927
Painter:
Pratt, George
Author:
Lopez, Ken
Illustrator:
Pratt, George
Author:
Pratt, George
Author:
Lopez, Ken
Publisher:
DC Comics
Subject:
Graphic Novels
Subject:
Graphic Novels - Superheroes
Edition Description:
DC Comics Hardcover
Series:
Batman
Publication Date:
December 2000
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
96
Dimensions:
10.53x6.94x.52 in. 1.01 lbs.

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Batman: Harvest Breed
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"Synopsis" by , From the creator of the classic graphic novel Enemy Ace: War Idyll comes this new, lushly painted tale of the Dark Knight. In this deeply psychological tale, we learn that Batman is having nightmares about committing murder — and that these nightmares reassure him that he will never cross that line. But when a string of murders begins that bear a strange resemblance to Batman's grisly dreams, the dreams stop — leading the Dark Knight to wonder if, somehow, he has become a killer.
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