By Frank Miller
A brand new deluxe alternate paperback version of 1 of the main vital and severely acclaimed Batman adventures ever, written by way of Frank Miller, writer of THE darkish KNIGHT RETURNS! as well as telling the whole dramatic tale of Batman's first 12 months battling crime, this assortment comprises reproductions of unique pencils, promotional paintings, script pages, unseen David Mazzucchelli Batman paintings and extra.
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