Batman: Knightfall - Denny O'Neil Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Denny O'Niell / Hardcover / Publication Date: 1994 / Publisher:
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Pages: 224, Hardcover, Bantam Press
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by - written on 11/06/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Back in 1993-94, DC comics shocked the world with two storylines that led to the death of Superman (in the imaginatively titled The Death of Superman) and the downfall of Batman. In the Batman tale, the massive 12 months story arc saw new masked criminal Bane achieve something no-one had ever done before - he beat the Batman, leaving his alter ego Bruce Wayne paralysed and in a wheelchair with a broken back. Of course, anyone who knows comics knew that this was just the latest attempt to re-invent the character (or a cynical PR stunt to sell more comics, depending on your point of view). However, for 12 months, across a series of different titles, the world of ... Read the complete review
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