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Tales Of The Multiverse: Batman-Vampire
     

Tales Of The Multiverse: Batman-Vampire

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by Doug Moench, Kelley Jones, John Beatty
 
Written by Doug Moench Art by Kelley Jones, Malcolm Jones III and John Beatty Cover by Jones TALES OF THE MULTIVERSE is a new series of titles collecting stories of familiar heroes reimagined in startling ways. This inaugural volume collects the dark tales originally presented in BATMAN/DRACULA: RED RAIN, BATMAN: BLOODSTORM and BATMAN: CRIMSON MIST,

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Written by Doug Moench Art by Kelley Jones, Malcolm Jones III and John Beatty Cover by Jones TALES OF THE MULTIVERSE is a new series of titles collecting stories of familiar heroes reimagined in startling ways. This inaugural volume collects the dark tales originally presented in BATMAN/DRACULA: RED RAIN, BATMAN: BLOODSTORM and BATMAN: CRIMSON MIST, written by Doug Moench with macabre art by Kelley Jones. The legendary horror known as Dracula has descended upon Gotham City—and he's brought his deadly children of the night with him. Now, it's up to Batman to stop the Lord of the Undead's assault on his city—but after being bitten by Dracula, Batman himself joins the ranks of the undead. Will Batman be an even greater threat to the citizens of Gotham City than Dracula?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401215651
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
12/05/2007
Series:
Batman Series
Pages:
296
Sales rank:
119,395
Product dimensions:
6.70(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.70(d)

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Tales Of The Multiverse: Batman-Vampire 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
VincentR More than 1 year ago
...So what happens when he truly becomes one? That's what you get with this. The entire book is actually a 3-comic long story. The first was so good it spawned a second, the second so good it spawned a third. The third was good enough to have spawned more, but it seems that it was supposed to end there. The story raises many moral questions, the problems with being a vampire, and the difficulty of trying to stave off an addiction. Read and you'll understand. Vampires have gotten popular again recently. However, it's nice to once again see vampires who can't walk out in the sun because they fear death, not sparkles. Disclaimer: I have nothing against Twilight. The sparkly vampire thing is just dumb.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I was unsure how to take it at first. A Batman Dracula cross over? It takes several dark twists and turns and leaves you pondering long after your done. The book was very impressive and a must have if you like horror!