Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again - Frank Miller & Lynn Varley

Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again

By Frank Miller & Lynn Varley

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-08-14
  • Book Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
  • Author: Frank Miller & Lynn Varley
Our rating: 5/5 stars

3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 131 Ratings)

Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again Frank Miller & Lynn Varley read online review & book description:

In this sequel to the groundbreaking BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, legendary creator Frank Miller weaves a masterful tale that takes place three years after Batman's defeat of Superman. Faking his own death and creating an underworld civilization, Bruce Wayne has been keeping his eye on the world above. As that false Camelot reaches its breaking point, it's is up to the Dark Knight to emerge from the underground shadows and once again return order to chaos. Joined by his army of Bat-soldiers and his female sidekick Catgirl, an elderly Batman wages a final war against a diseased world in an epic tale that features Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, Martian Manhunter, and the Atom.

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  • “I’m Not An Executioner"

    2
    By ah_joshua
    In this novel, Frank Miller manages to take the Batman and change him into the one thing that he swore not to be. A killer. Even if he didn’t directly kill the people who died, he was responsible for arranging the “assassinations”. Not only this, but he also managed to destroy the reputation of Dick Grayson, not only by making him seem like a coward who didn’t live up to the mantle of Robin, but someone who was craven enough to resort to depending on the criminal scum of the DC universe in order to get the power he thought he needed to become Robin. Frank Miller definitely has had it before.
  • This is boss

    5
    By Gayest book ever
    This book is boss THE END
  • Frank Miller has had better.

    3
    By Axle James
    His first novel of the series the Dark Knight Returns was an absolute masterpiece, this one, not so much. It lacks a lot of the excellence the first one had, but still it had its good spots, like an unexpected ending and some creativity. Bottom line, good but there are better.

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