15 years ago, this enigmatic graphic novel performed its mental autopsy on Batman and his enemies, and in doing so set both its creators on the road to greatness. In Gotham City's home for the criminally insane, Batman confronts his arch-nemeses, including the Joker, Two-Face and more. Before the battle is over, Batman's mental straight-jacket will have been torn apart, exposing his every weakness and bringing him far closer to his foes than he could ever possibly have wanted! To celebrate this illustrious anniversary, "Arkham Asylum" has been re-launched in this sumptuous paperback that includes Morrison's complete script, original thumbnail breakdowns, samples of how the story and art came together, and much more!
Author Grant Morrison & Dave McKean
Batman: Going Sane
Gotham City is plagued with crime and corruption in places high and low, but one man has taken a stand against evil in all its forms: the dark avenger known as Batman.When a showdown between the Dark Knight and the Joker seems to result in Batman's death, the Joker - bereft of his nemesis, and lacking purpose - retreats into something approaching sanity as Joe Kerr, regular guy with a job - and a girlfriend. But "Kerr's" journey towards some kind of redemption may be cut short when he discovers that Batman has survived...This thoughtful, reflective look at Batman and his nemesis is presented by J.M. DeMatteis ("Spider-Man: Kraven's Last Hunt"), with art by the legendary Joe Staton!
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