Batman, Year Two: Fear the Reaper

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DC Comics, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 171 pages
This collection explores Batman's second year prowling the streets of Gotham as its protector. As the Dark Knight continues to build the foundation for his relationship with James Gordon, Gotham's original vigilante, the Reaper, returns to the streets and begins dealing lethal justice. As the body count grows, Batman must form an uneasy alliance with the man who is responsible for his existence, Joe Chill, the murderer of Bruce Wayne's parents. Now as Batman struggles with emotions and ghosts of the past, he must find a way to stop the murderous onslaught of the Reaper before he becomes his next victim.

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User Review  - DarthDeverell - LibraryThing

Batman: Year Two – Fear the Reaper collects Batman nos. 575-578 and Batman: Full Circle written by Mike W. Barr with pencils by Alan Davis and Todd McFarlane and inks by Paul Neary, Mark Farmer ... Read full review

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User Review  - sixthreezy - LibraryThing

This is an excellent Batman book that I'm surprised I've missed over the years. The Reaper returns to Gotham and reminds Batman that there is more than one way to run vigilante justice. When The ... Read full review



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