Batman: The Black Glove

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Dc Comics, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
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Mysterious Batman impostors begin to appear on the streets of Gotham. One of these impostors begins to kill cops, working his way towards Police Commissioner Jim Gordon as he tells his tale and waits for his prize - the life of the Dark Knight, in exchange for the lives of the precinct cops. After being capture and subsequently tortured by one of the impostors, Batman falls into a coma and his mind flashes back to a defining adventure in the life of young Bruce Wayne - the hunt for his parents' killer!

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User Review  - Bradley_Kramer - LibraryThing

The second installment of Grant Morrison's Batman epic jumps around a lot. After saving his mother from a torpedo in Batman and Son, we see Damian only twice: being treated for massive injuries (in ... Read full review

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User Review  - ptdilloway - LibraryThing

It's entertaining and not too confusing like some of Morrison's work. As a paperback collection it's kind of all over the place. The first 3 issues deal with murders on a remote island. Then 3 more ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Grant Morrison is the biggest name in today's comic book industry, bar none. After his break-through work for "2000 AD", "Zenith", in the 1980s Morrison went on to create mind-bending cult classics such as "The Invisibles" and" Doom Patrol" for DC, before reinvigorating the world's most famous superheroes - "Superman", the "X-Men" and "Batman" - in award-winning runs. He is also a counter-cultural spokesman and expert on the impact of technology in society.

Mark Miller is a cult media superstar whose work has been turned into major Hollywood movies while his writing regularly garners mainstream media attention. He is known for his comic book writing on titles such as his award-winning run on "The Authority", as well as "The Ultimates", "Marvel Knights Spider-Man", "Ultimate Fantastic Four" and "Civil War". His titles, "Wanted" and "Kick-Ass", have both been adapted into major feature films.

Williams, a penciller, entered the comics field in 1991 and crafted such works as Batman and Starman.

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