Batman, the Dark Knight

Batman, the Dark Knight

Volume 4, Clay

Book - 2014
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Batman and Commissioner Gordon are forced into a tight corner as Clayface embarks on a murder spree throughout Gotham City. what led Clayface to become the monster that he is? The answers lie here.

Collects Batman- The Dark Knight #22-29.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2014
ISBN: 9781401249304
Branch Call Number: COMICS BATMAN
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Maleev, Alexander
Alternative Title: Clay


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Feb 17, 2015

Two storylines featuring Batman are in this collection, along with a transitional tale; the second of the larger storylines is the stronger of the two. Clayface and his origins (at least in the post-reboot DC universe) are explored. A different take on Man Bat takes up the latter part of the book. Art tends to be the difference in this case- Alex Maleev's style has a grainy, noirish look in how he portrays characters like Clayface, but it feels a bit muddled at times. Ethan Van Sciver's more precise style on the Man Bat tale works better.

DC387 Sep 15, 2014

Nice Storyline but the Artwork was subpar.

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