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Batman HC Vol. 01 The Court of Owls

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By:   Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Superhero
Publisher:   DC Comics
Pub. Date:   May 09, 2012
Availability:   Can be backordered today for arrival at our warehouse in 15 - 30 days
UPC:   978140123541352499

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Following his groundbreaking, critically acclaimed run on Detective Comics, writer Scott Snyder (American Vampire) begins a new era of The Dark Knight with artist Greg Capullo (Spawn) and a new beginning for Batman!

In this hardcover collecting the first seven issues, a series of brutal murders rocks not only Gotham City to its core but also the Caped Crusader himself when the prime suspect is one of Batman's closest allies--Dick Grayson!

This title collects
Batman #1-7
(11 Customer Reviews)

  • Jan 01, 2014 Ben from Delta, BC

    An absolutely amazing graphic novel with great art and a awesome storyline

  • Sep 09, 2013 Joe Fournis from Hartford, WI

    If you want to start a Batman collection and you already know about Batman's history, you should start with this book ! It's really good, the drawing is good and the Story is just awesome !!!

  • Jan 25, 2013 Tim from Greensboro, NC

    this is one of themost compelling story arcs in comic history! A must for Batman fans!

  • Jan 05, 2013 Chester Clark from Horsham, PA

    Outstanding !!! One of the best stories I've read.

  • Sep 27, 2012 Zach Parker from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

    This is actually collecting issues #1-7, not #1-6. It says #1-7 on the back cover and I counted 7 issues inside this volume. Please update your description.

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  • Aug 30, 2012 Daniel Young from Traralgon, Vic

    What more can I say but there better bloody-well be a Volume 2 and SOON!

  • Aug 09, 2012 Jason Pederson from Portland, OR

    Awesome. The best Batman has been since... ever. Capullo is as good as ever.

  • Jul 16, 2012 Tanner from Ukiah, CA

    Fantastic story. Great deal, being that it has the first couple books in it. The court of owls is a must read.

  • Jun 20, 2012 Matthew Shook from Portland, OR

    I'm usually more into story than art, but the art was mind-blowing. I'm looking forward to the Night of Owls conclusion.

  • May 30, 2012 Casey from Portland, OR

    I would like to make everyone aware that the entire "pages bound upside down" thing is actually part of the story. Pages before it make you turn the book sideways, then upside down. This was an artistic move as part of the story, and not a manufacturing error. Aside from that, this book is one of my most enjoyed reads of the New 52. Snyder has yet another hit and sets the stage and stakes for the Night of Owls crossover event that follows throughout the entire Bat world.

  • May 29, 2012 Ryan from Bloomington, IL

    this is a great start to the collected editions for DC and the New 52. I really enjoyed the story arc, and really like Jonathan Glapion and Greg Capullo's artwork. The book looks great as a whole, BUT, and this is the biggest gripe i could have with a book, especially one that people spend so much money on... but several pages in Issue #5 were bound upside down.

    [Editor's Note: The pages are not bound upside down, the orientation change noted here is a stylistic choice that is intended to enhance the story.]

    Granted, the pages prior were oriented horizontally instead of vertically, but the problem carried over to the cover page for issue #6. This is something that really should be addressed at the publisher level, but everyone should take the time to LOOK at what they're selling. This is ridiculous. Over all, this is a great series, and ill be buying my next volume where i can LOOK at it first, and make sure someone didn't glue any pages in upside down.

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