Batman by David Finch
The Dark Knight, Vol. 1 - Knight Terrors

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Something sinister is stirring in the veins if Arkham Asylum's inmates.  Psychotic and frothing with fiendish strenght, they are unleashed onto the streets of Gotham.  The Dark Knight must do everything in his power to protect the people and unmask the culprit behind the mayhem. 

Will Batman survive the onslaught of maniacal attacks - from Scarecrow and Bane to Two-Face and the Court of Owls - long enough to uncover the truth at the end of the rabbit hole?  For things are not quite as they seem...

This volume collects Batman: The Dark Knight #1-9

About David Finch

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David Finch began his comic book career at the age of 22 at Top Cow. There, he created Ascension and Aphrodite IX, both of which were top sellers in the business. In 2001, he made the move to Marvel. His 15 issue run on Ultimate X-Men saw sales of the comic jump 40%. On Avengers, David's presence doubled sales with starting with his first issue. Eventually feeling the need for a change, David took on the monumental task of bringing a perennially low-selling, cancelled Moon Knight into the mainstream. His run on Moon Knight skyrocketed this title into the main Marvel universe and saw it sell over five times the all the title's previous releases. Now, David is working with Jeph Loeb on Ultimatum. In addition to his comic career, David has also worked on video games, music, and film. He has worked with Zack Snyder, Guillermo del Toro, Clive Barker, and Michael J. Straczynski, among others. His artwork can currently be seen in stores nationwide on the CD cover for the band Disturbed.
Published December 16, 2014 by DC Comics. 208 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This Batman tale is supposedly all about the danger of both fear and the absence of fear. After a massive prison break from Arkham Asylum, Batman finds himself fighting many of his old foes, all amped

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Gotham's villains have a new power, a kind of fear serum that turns already formidable foes into deadly, rampaging monsters. As more clues about the serum are uncovered, red herrings and serum-infused criminals from Batman's past abound. Fans of the artwork in Ultimate X-Men and Moon Knight will ...

Dec 07 2012 | Read Full Review of Batman: The Dark Knight, Vol....

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