Batman War Crimes (Graphic Novel) by Bill Willingham & Andersen Gabrych only £2.99 @ Forbidden Planet - HotUKDeals
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Batman War Crimes (Graphic Novel) by Bill Willingham & Andersen Gabrych only £2.99 @ Forbidden Planet

£2.99 @ Forbidden Planet.Com
Fab price for a fab Batman story. Following on from the epic “War Games” saga, “War Crimes” picks up the story one year on from the events that nearly destroyed the sprawling metropolis of Gotham C… Read More
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Fab price for a fab Batman story.

Following on from the epic “War Games” saga, “War Crimes” picks up the story one year on from the events that nearly destroyed the sprawling metropolis of Gotham City! As Batman searches for the man who murdered the first female Robin - Stephanie Brown - a televised backlash against vigilantes is launched by his one-time supporter, Arturo Rodriguez. As the hunt for Stephanie’s killer intensifies, Batman must face two of his most dangerous enemies, the Joker and Black Mask, while attempting to discover who is trying to frame him for murder! Written by Bill Willingham (“Fables”) and Andersen Gabrych (“Batgirl”), this noir-tinged addition to the “Batman” series is a must for all “Bat”-fans!

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#1
For anyone wondering; If you have the reprinted 'War Games' - Vol 2, you already have this.

Edited By: Krooner on Apr 17, 2017 22:40
#2
So is this for adults or kids?
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akGTR
So is this for adults or kids?

Depends how old the kid is I suppose.
#5
excellent! cheers!!
#6

Not really "unusual", the entire arc was pretty poorly received. This is a two issue afterword, you couldn't read it stand-alone. (well, you could but it wouldn't make much sense)
#7
Does it feature Tony Blair? He looked like the joker with that smile and the title certainly fits.

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