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Batman: Arkham Reborn
     

Batman: Arkham Reborn

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by David Hine
 

Following the Black Mask's destruction of Arkham Asylum in BATTLE FOR THE COWL, Dr. Jeremiah Arkham has rebuilt the Asylum following the design of his mad Uncle Amadeus. Intended as a model for enlightened treatment of mental illness, the building soon mutates into a torture house, and the inmates find themselves trapped in a living hell. And when Jeremiah starts

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Following the Black Mask's destruction of Arkham Asylum in BATTLE FOR THE COWL, Dr. Jeremiah Arkham has rebuilt the Asylum following the design of his mad Uncle Amadeus. Intended as a model for enlightened treatment of mental illness, the building soon mutates into a torture house, and the inmates find themselves trapped in a living hell. And when Jeremiah starts hearing a voice from beyond the grave, it becomes painfully clear that the lunatics really have taken over the Asylum and he is forced to call in Batman to put down a riot. But who or what is behind the sabotage? Is it possible that the asylum itself is inflicting its own retribution on the inmates? Find out in this This haunting graphic novel is brought to you by the creative team of BATTLE FOR THE COWL: ARKHAM ASYLUM, writer David Hine and artist Jeremy Haun.

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ISBN-13:
9781401227081
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
08/10/2010
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 11.04(h) x 0.21(d)
Age Range:
16 - 18 Years

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Batman: Arkham Reborn 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
TomHoots More than 1 year ago
Batman and Arkham Asylum have an eternity of history together and there is no love lost in Arkham Reborn. Amadeus Arkham's nephew inherits the Asylum and attempts to convert it from a prison for the criminally insane to a resort of rehabilitation. Not a good idea. There's betrayal, obsession, revenge, psychopaths, and a woman with a passion for the Seven Deadly Sins. This Batman story will definitely have you thinking, "What a twist!" Awesome artwork and fair dialogue makes this a must for those interested in the relation between Batman and Arkham Asylum. Favorite Part: The "What a twist!" part. I refuse to spoil it.