In this final issue, Scorn makes his final move to destroy justice in Gotham City! Injured and alone against an army of chaos, Batman has one chance to save the city: his ability to think like the victim. But the victim is always dead. The Batman can only win by using the approach of his own death.
Scorn’s plan is revealed, and it is nothing less than the reshaping of the structure of Gotham City. Where the Batman imagines a city without crime, Scorn wants a city built on it. The Batman can’t think like him, though-he’s half-dead already!
This was never about just a few strange murders. A war has been declared on the justice system of Gotham City. And the Batman finally has a clue as to who is running the war. He’s been fighting his own shadow the whole time.
DC has sent a notice to retailers that the Warren Ellis story from Dark Nights: Death Metal – Legends of the Dark Nights will be removed. Instead another story written by Marguerite Bennett with art by Jamal Igle will replace it.
(W) Warren Ellis (A) Bryan Hitch, Kevin Nowland In Shops: Jun 10, 2020 SRP: $3.99
There’s a lunatic on the loose and a dead body inside a supposedly impregnable home. Members of the justice system are being murdered, and nobody knows what’s happening. Does the Batman have the single clue that’s the key to the whole nightmare?
In this seventh of 12-issue maxiseries written by Warren Ellis with art by Bryan Hitch, there’s a lunatic on the loose and a dead body inside a supposedly impregnable home. Members of the justice system are being murdered by a secret army, and nobody knows what’s happening. Does the Batman have the single clue that’s the key to the whole nightmare? Here’s your first look at some incredible Hitch artwork (including one cool rendition of the Batmobile, albeit blown to shreds) and the Hitch cover for The Batman’s Grave #7.
(W) Warren Ellis (A) Kevin Nowland (A/CA) Bryan Hitch In Shops: Mar 11, 2020 SRP: $3.99
The Batman is trapped in the most dangerous house in Gotham City, trying to protect Commissioner Gordon from a secret army out to kill anyone involved in the justice system. The war on the law has only just begun.
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