Batman

Batman

Arkham City

Graphic Novel - 2011
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Written by PAUL DINI Art by CARLOS D'ANDA, DUSTIN NGUYEN, BENHERRERA, TED NAIFEH and DEREK FRIDOLFS Cover by CARLOS D'ANDA Tying inwith the release of the BATMAN: ARKHAM CITY video game, this special editioncollects the entirety of the BATMAN: ARKHAM CITY miniseries including all fivedigital-first chapters! Combined, this collection bridges the gap between theoriginal smash hit BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM video game and its highly anticipatedsequel. Find out the real motivation behind Mayor Sharp's plans for thenew criminal gulag and how Hugo Strange is pulling the strings behind thescenes. The short digital stories reveal more about how characters other thanBatman react to the rise of the new city-within-a-city.
Publisher: New York, NY : DC Comics, [2011]
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9781401232559
1401232558
Branch Call Number: 741.5973 DINI
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: Arkham City

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JudahM
Sep 14, 2017

really dark and violent

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rishikanta_p
Nov 12, 2013

Just average. Was expecting to be as good as the game but didn't live up to it.

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kOBe_2_4
Jul 11, 2013

not the best

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duane767
Jun 16, 2013

It is what it is...a lead up to the video game. Outside of that, it's not essential reading for Batman or comic book fans.

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tambagala
Jun 27, 2012

I have played the arkham city game so i can't wait to read this!

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Misskrose
Jun 08, 2012

I like Batman and the tv show Tower Prep so, when I found out that the writer of the show Paul Dini also wrote Batman comics I was so, happy. Though I have not played Batman: Arkham City I enjoyed the book.

metalsox Mar 03, 2012

Very simple set up for the video game. Some interesting elements but really not worth your time unless you're going to play the game. If you're looking for a great batman book try Batman the Black Mirror.

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Amer123
Dec 04, 2011

Keogh i like your interest in dc and marvel i am also a batman iron-man captain america etc fan too i collect comic book the real kind the ones that are like magazines but not any way if you like comic books like dc or marvels or both just got too happy harbor search it up if you like its a comic book store ans please comment back i will check if you do everyday as i am a COMIC BOOK FAN

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Keogh
Dec 01, 2011

Strange, out of regular continuity tale (there are some significant changes) of the Batman serves merely as a prequel to set up a video game, and so leaves off with no closure at all. For those of us who don't waste our time playing video games for hours on end, another volume with resolution would be called for. On the plus side, however, it's written by Paul Dini, who knows the character well, and is gifted telling the stories of the Dark Knight.

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