Batman: The Ultimate Evil, Volume 2

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Warner Books, 1995 - Fiction - 196 pages
6 Reviews
In the match of the century, one of today's most powerful crime novelists brings his years of ground-zero experience with abused children to the adventures of the most popular super hero of our time. Andrew Vachss introduces Batman to the ultimate evil - and to a shocking revelation about the night-rider's own origins.

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Review: Batman: The Ultimate Evil (Batman)

User Review  - Agent Smith - Goodreads

I am a huge Batman fan and I can appreciate what Vachss was trying to do, but it just did not work for me. The story kind of lost its way half way through in my opinion. Read full review

Review: Batman: The Ultimate Evil (Batman)

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

A tale of the Dark Knight confronting an altogether different type of criminal element. No colorful villains here. Vachss offers an interesting element to the backstory of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Andrew Vachss is a lawyer who represents children and youths exclusively. His many novels include the Burke series and two collections of short stories. His books have been translated into twenty languages, and his work has appeared in Parade, Antaeus, Esquire, Playboy, The New York Times, among other publications. He divides his time between his native New York City and the Pacific Northwest.

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