Batman Beyond by Adam Beechen
10,000 Clowns

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Both Beechen’s writing and Breyfogle’s illustrations offer stirring evocations of true heroism rising above adversity, and Breyfogle does a great job with the characters’ expressions to heighten emotion and tension.
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Terry McGuinness--the Batman of tomorrow--has been under the tutelege of Bruce Wayne--the original Batman--for years, learning how to defend Gotham City against threats past and present. But there's only one Batman. When the Jokerz gang, a group of criminals inspired by the Clown Prince of Crime, launch a series of coordinated attacks all around the town, Terry can only save so many people at once. Who can Terry turn to for help?

BATMAN BEYOND: 10,000 CLOWNS is collected here in its entirety for the first time, from Adam Beechen (BATMAN BEYOND: HUSH BEYOND) and Norm Breyfogle (BATMAN).

Collects Batman Beyond digital chapters 1-16.
 

About Adam Beechen

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Adam Beechen has written for a host of cartoon programs including The Batman, Rugrats, Ben 10, X-Men: Evolution and many more. His comic book writing credits include work on DC's weekly COUNTDOWN series as well as ROBIN, TEEN TITANS and AiT/Planet Lar's critically acclaimed Hench.
 
Published May 21, 2013 by DC Comics. 200 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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on May 27 2013

Both Beechen’s writing and Breyfogle’s illustrations offer stirring evocations of true heroism rising above adversity, and Breyfogle does a great job with the characters’ expressions to heighten emotion and tension.

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