After learning that there are more twisted faces of evil than those worn by the street criminals and mobsters of Gotham City, the young Dark Knight must counter sinister machinations and new dimensions of wickedness as he confronts the hooded Mad Monk. Original.
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Matt Wagner is one of the most highly regarded creators in the comics business. He is perhaps best known for creating the legendary Grendel titles, many of which he wrote and/or drew. He also provided words and pictures for Batman/Grendel, Mage and Sandman Mystery Theatre. His most recent work is Batman/Superman/Wonder Woman: Trinity.From Booklist:
The follow-up to Batman and the Monster Men (2006) is, like its predecessor, set in the first years of the Caped Crusader's crime-fighting career. When Gotham City's police force, led by a young Captain Gordon, find a series of bodies drained of blood, Batman's search for the serial killer leads to a cult led by a charismatic figure clad in a red monk's robe, who has targeted Bruce Wayne's girlfriend as his next victim. The story updates a 1939 original and captures the flavor of thirties pulp magazines. Wagner's bold, economical drawing style and dynamic layouts make it a tale worth retelling. Flagg, Gordon
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