Batman Beyond: 10,000 Clowns

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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?

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Overview

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.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
When groups of Jokerz—organized gangs inspired by the Clown Prince of Crime—begin wreaking havoc on Gotham, Batman must try to uncover who is controlling them and why, in this extension of the animated show. Batman is no longer Bruce Wayne but his protégé Terry McGinnis, who is forced to draw upon everything he has learned from his aging mentor to face the threat. Unlike the original Joker, however, Batman’s clown-faced adversaries aren’t just dangerous—they’re downright suicidal—so the caped crusader must call upon some of his mentor’s old acquaintances in order for Gotham, or what’s left of it, to be saved. Beechen (Robin) and Breyfogle (Batman: Birth of the Demon) do a fantastic job of capturing the spirit of the original animated series, while giving us heroes we genuinely care about and a villain we genuinely fear. 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. (May)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401240349
  • Publisher: DC Comics
  • Publication date: 5/21/2013
  • Pages: 200
  • Sales rank: 405,974
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

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.
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  • Posted August 22, 2013

    Amazing!

    I loved this! It was a wonderful story and the characters were complex and wonderfully dynamic. The 10,000 clowns storyline is a wonderful expansion to the Batman Beyond Universe.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2013

    Very Good!

    The author has done a great job of reviving the Batman Beyond franchise, staying true to the original cartoon, but making it more readable for a modern audience. It was especially nice to see Norm Breyfogle drawing a Batman title again, for he is a master of facial expressions!

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