This graphic novel is another retelling / re-imaging of Superman’s origin story. From the collapse of Krypton, to the Kent farm in Kansas, from the military, to the depths of the ocean, and becoming a superhero in Metropolis.
The Dark Knights, a twisted version of Batman, comes out between worlds. Batman is trapped in the Dark Multiverse and the Justice League must find the metals.
Seven Batmen appear from the Dark Multiverse This graphic novel collects the seven Dark Nights Batman tie-in one-shots and Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1
Without Batman Robin puts together a team of heroes & anti-heroes included Batgirl Harley Quinn Killer Croc Black Canary & Green Arrow through a maze of madness
Batman Batwoman Red Robin, Orphan Azrael, Batwing, as well as a few other heroes known as the Gotham Knights took down a monster which they helped created
A graphic novel which culminates the story-line where Batman (Bruce Wayne) and Catwoman (Selina Kyle) are set to get married
Harley Quinn is taking on the corrupt mayor of New York City who is paying cannibals to eat the homeless. Unbeknown to Harley, a former adversary names Harley Sinn is out of jail and looking for revenge. All the while a future fighter comes to the past so she could kill her before Harley kills Batman.
A a more naïve, less powerful version of Superman joined with a less moralistic more sarcastic version of Batman is a winning formula.
About: Batman Vol. 6: Bride or Burglar by Tom King (illustrated by Mikel Janin, Joëlle Jones, and Travis Moore) is a graphic novel which follows the complex path that Batman and Catwoman lead to their wedding. This graphic novel includes Batman #38-44. 168 pages Publisher: DC Comics Language: English ISBN-10: 1401280277 My rating for Batman Vol. 6: Bride or Burglar – 4 Buy Batman Vol. 6: Bride or Burglar from Amazon.com* More Books by Tom King Thoughts: Again I find myself enjoying the heck out of Tom King’s run of the Dark Knight from Gotham. Batman Vol. 6: Bride or Burglar by Tom King (illustrated by Mikel Janin, Joëlle Jones, and Travis Moore) is another enjoyable gem in the series which I’m enjoying a lot more than I should. Again, the writing is top notch and the stories are solid and surprising. An entire issue teasing a relationship between Batman ( Bruce Wayne) and Wonder Woman (Diana Prince), but done in a creative way. The one shot of Catwoman (Selina Kyle) looking for a wedding dress was surprisingly charming, even to this old man. A whole issue dedicated to Poison Ivy taking over the world begs the question whether she’s…
This is an enjoyable, fast moving graphic novel which builds upon the new Nightwing stories as well as ties it down to the rest of the DC Universe and the Bat-family.