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  1. BATMAN THE 1989 MOVIE ADAPTATION

    Regular Price: $19.99

    Sale Price $17.99

    Beautifully adapted by two comics legends, this appeared when home video was still in its infancy and became the "rewatchable" version of the Academy-Award winning movie. For many, it opened the door to a whole new world of sequential storytelling. This celebrated retelling of hugely important, ground-breaking film is for the first time in a dedicated hardcover volume. It features the complete original artwork, using high-quality scans of Ordway's original, never-before-seen, black-and-white artwork, side-by-side with each finished full color page. Learn More
  2. SUPERMAN / BATMAN 80 Years Slipcase Set

    Regular Price: $59.98

    Sale Price $49.98

    An amazing 27 complete stories. We really like these important, pivotal Batman tales, such as the first Two-Face (1942), the first Riddler (1948), Clayface in 1961, and Neal Adams' Man-Bat in 1970. But an additional treat is other important stars of Detective Comics over the years: Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's Slam Bradley, Simon & Kirby's debut of The Boy Commandos in 1942, the Origin of Pow-Wow Smith--a beautifully-drawn western by Carmine Infantino in 1949, Manhunter by Archie Goodwin and Walt Simonson, and far more. Learn More
  3. BATMAN BY SCOTT SNYDER & GREG CAPULLO Omnibus Volume 1

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    Scott Snyder's best-selling iconic Batman run gets collected in an omnibus format for the first time! Scott Snyder and Gregg Capullo's stunningly drawn Batman stories -- from Court of Owls to Zero Year -- are presented together in this hard cover omnibus collection. Batman discovers a vast conspiracy with roots deep in the past of Gotham city. This collection covers a range of foes both old and new as readers follow Batman's adventures from the pen of Scott Snyder. Learn More
  4. LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT Michael Golden

    Regular Price: $29.99

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    The 1970s stories starring Batman featuring the slick artwork of Michael Golden are collected for the first time, including appearances by the Demon and Man-Bat and stories never before collected. Golden is renowned for his design skills and unique interpretation of Batman and other heroes, as seen in these early stories, written by well-known comics writers including Dennis O'Neil, Gerry Conway and Mike W. Barr. I would compare his work to that of Michael Kaluta and Berni Wrightson. It's excellent, and the stories are also very good. Learn More
  5. BATMAN The Killing Joke

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    Batman: The Killing Joke is Alan Moore's unforgettable meditation on the razor-thin line between sanity and insanity, heroism and villainy, comedy and tragedy. Stunningly illustrated by artist Brian Bolland, presenting his original vision of this modern classic. This new edition includes Batman: The Killing Joke and stories from Batman: Black and White #4 and Countdown #31, along with numerous Batman and Joker covers and sketches by Brian Bolland, including artwork only previously published in the Absolute Edition! Learn More
  6. DARK KNIGHT RETURNS A Call to Arms Mini Battle Statue
    $150.00

    Long retired due to age and a changing world, an elder Batman makes his homecoming to the crime-ridden streets of Gotham City in the seminal Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller. In this epic statue crafted from the art of the book, the aging but still dangerous Batman leads the charge against a new foe, mounted atop a horse as dark as night. This high-quality mini-statue is made from polyresin, giving a rich depth of detail to both Batman and his steed. Learn More
  7. THE BATCAVE COMPANION

    Regular Price: $26.95

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    The Silver and Bronze Ages of Batman. Two distinct sections of this book examine the Dark Knight’s progression from his campy “New Look” of the mid-1960s to his “creature of the night” reinvention of the 1970s. Features include issue-by-issue indexes, interviews with Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella, Dennis O’Neil, and Neal Adams, and guest essays by Mike W. Barr and Will Murray. Contributors include Sheldon Moldoff, Len Wein, Steve Englehart, and Terry Austin, with a special tribute to the late Marshall Rogers. Incisive introduction by Dennis O’Neil and new cover painting by Neal Adams. Learn More
  8. BATMAN DAMNED

    Regular Price: $29.99

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    With no memory of the events of the previous night, Batman is going to need some help. So who better to set him straight than John Constantine? The problem with that is as much as John loves a good mystery, he loves messing with people's heads even more. So with John's "help," the pair will delve into the sordid underbelly of Gotham as they race toward the mind-blowing truth of who murdered The Joker. And what is beautiful Zatanna's role in this? And the art here, oh man, is it great, and grim, and seductive. Dark and captivating. Learn More
  9. BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES BATCYCLE AND ACTION FIGURE
    $70.00

    Gotham City is a dense, sprawling city with tall buildings, busy highways and dark alleys. In his quest to protect the city, sometimes Batman needs a vehicle to go where the Batmobile cannot. Enter the Batcycle. Based on the design from the Batman: The Animated Series, this stylish figure set comes with a sleek, art deco-inspired, streamlined light-up Batcycle and an exclusive movable Batman figure, with jointed arms and legs and an alternate cowled head. Oblong clear-view box. Learn More
  10. BATMAN The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 7

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    In these tales from the start of the 1950s, the Dynamic Duo encounter villains including The Joker, the Penguin and Catwoman. There are debut appearances of Killer Moth, Deadshot, the introductions of a new Batmobile and a new Batplane. The origin of the Joker and Catwoman is retold; we have a flying saucer story and Batman in the future; WF #44 is a SOTI issue, which Frederic Wertham used to insinuate Batman & Robin were gay (!). And much more, including a slew of incredible covers by the unsung Win Mortimer! Learn More

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