Batman, Volume 11
Eisner Award winner Tom King reunites with Mikel Janin as he continues his best-selling Batman run. Batman faces his most personal battle yet as he is locked in a life or death battle with... his father?Ever since Batman's impending wedding went south on him, the Caped Crusader has had the sinking suspicion that there has been someone lurking in the shadows setting events into motion. After the attempted assassination of Nightwing he starts to question his commitment to his war on crime, his relationships and even his own sanity.There has been an unseen hand orchestrating these events. And while the true villain has yet to reveal himself, his minions are starting to step forward and break the Bat down once and for all--beginning with Thomas Wayne, the Batman from the Flashpoint Universe!Collects Batman #70-74 and Secret Files #2

Batman, Volume 11 Details

TitleBatman, Volume 11
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 14th, 2020
PublisherDC Comics
ISBN-139781779501608
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Superheroes, Dc Comics, Graphic Novels

Batman, Volume 11 Review

  • Artemy
    January 1, 1970
    The Fall and the Fallen feels like the volume of final preparations and table-setting, and it should, since it's the penultimate arc of Tom King's Batman run (on the main series at least). I still dig it a lot, though like with the previous volume I don't have that much to say about this particular arc — it's a book where many pieces of the puzzle finally fall into place, and at this point I'm just rolling with it and waiting to see where King takes us next on this wild and amazing journey throu The Fall and the Fallen feels like the volume of final preparations and table-setting, and it should, since it's the penultimate arc of Tom King's Batman run (on the main series at least). I still dig it a lot, though like with the previous volume I don't have that much to say about this particular arc — it's a book where many pieces of the puzzle finally fall into place, and at this point I'm just rolling with it and waiting to see where King takes us next on this wild and amazing journey through the Batman psyche. City of Bane promises to be phenomenal, and I can't wait to find out how the best Batman run since Grant Morrison wraps up.
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  • Quentin Wallace
    January 1, 1970
    This volume does pull a lot of the previous volumes together and clear thing up, at least a little. (view spoiler)[ I'm having trouble getting used to the idea of Batman's father from the Flashpoint universe showing up and then trying to resurrect Batman's mother. I think the idea is for the three of them to leave this universe as a family, but Papa Wayne has a screw loose so Bruce isn't going along with it. (hide spoiler)]So the table is set and we're heading into City of Bane, which is King's This volume does pull a lot of the previous volumes together and clear thing up, at least a little. (view spoiler)[ I'm having trouble getting used to the idea of Batman's father from the Flashpoint universe showing up and then trying to resurrect Batman's mother. I think the idea is for the three of them to leave this universe as a family, but Papa Wayne has a screw loose so Bruce isn't going along with it. (hide spoiler)]So the table is set and we're heading into City of Bane, which is King's big epic arc and I think his last on the title. I'm interested to see if the story reaches what it's been built up for, as King has basically spent his entire run building to it.
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  • Angelo
    January 1, 1970
    I could've watched this as two hours of Ben Affleck and Jeffrey Dean Morgan riding through the desert.
  • John Funderburg
    January 1, 1970
    King has given us some of the best Batman stories, period. This is a great lead up to City of Bane. Can't wait for the conclusion of this run - wish it could go on forever.
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