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THE END IS NEAR. AND THE TRUTH WILL BE REVEALED.
Batman’s city is burning.
In the months since Commissioner Jim Gordon fell from grace, criminal empires have risen. Martial law has been declared. Arkham Asylum has been emptied. Bruce Wayne has been bankrupted. And Gotham City has been torn apart.
Batman and his allies have fought their way up the food chain, and put down a slew of madmen and masterminds. Yet each hard-earned victory and stunning revelation has left them no closer to the true power behind it all.
But what if the truth was right in front of them all along?
Even as an army of the Dark Knight’s deadliest enemies is unleashed upon the city, he must fight through the terror and focus on the clues that will lead him to his final foe…
The year-long weekly saga that rocked the world of Batman to its core reaches its stunning conclusion in BATMAN ETERNAL VOL. 3. Written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Ray Fawkes, Kyle Higgins and Tim Seeley, and drawn by a host of talented artists, it’s the payoff to the biggest mystery in the Dark Knight’s history! Collects issues #35-52.
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About the Author
Scott Snyder is the bestselling and award-winning writer of Batman, American Vampire and Swamp Thing as well as the short story collection Voodoo Heart. He teaches writing at Sarah Lawrence College, NYU and Columbia University. He lives on Long Island with his wife, Jeanie, and his sons Jack and Emmett. He is a dedicated and un-ironic fan of Elvis Presley.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Batman brain trust concludes the weekly Batman Eternal by tying all the loose threads up. The mysteries that have been plaguing the Bat-family are solved and sadly, I think it made Batman look dumb. With so many people knowing the who's and why's it was unrealistic, knowing Batman, that it would take him so long to figure it out. There was much less of the mystical element from the previous two volumes and it was for the better. The art, from many artists, was really good. Overall, a very ambitious project that was a decent story but definitely elongated for publishing reasons as opposed to story ones.