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Collecting the hit Batman miniseries by Tony Daniel and more! Following the dissaperance of her protector, Gotham City may be far too gone for Nightwing, Robin, Commisioner Gordon, and the rest of the city's heroes to save the day. Amid the fires, rioting, looting and gang warfare, one question rings out from the soul's of Gotham's desperate citizens: Where is Batman? Don't miss the harcover featuring BATMAN: BATTLE FOR THE COWL #1-3, GOTHAM GAZETTE: BATMAN DEAD?#1, and GOTHAM GAZETTE: BATMAN ALIVE? #1!



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Who Is Worthy Of The Cowl? 0

The Story: Batman is gone and the criminals of Gotham begin to exploit his absence. Someone posing as Batman is running around the city. Nightwing calls in reinforcements as they all desperately try and restore some type of order in Gotham. My Thoughts: This is the first story to take place after the death of Bruce Wayne. Tony S. Daniel assumes both writing and artwork responsibilities. He's been criticized for his writing skills but I actually enjoyed his writing in this book. I thought his cha...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Finally! I Didn't Hate Dick Grayson! 0

Battle for the Cowl plus the two Gotham Gazette ( Batman Dead? / Batman Alive?) issues included in this volume make for a nice bridge between the events of Final Crisis and the post-Bruce Wayne Batman world.Battle for the Cowl, itself, was a three issue mini-series written and drawn by Tony S. Daniel. It's just long enough to say and show what needs to be shown. I always assumed by the cover and the title that this was going to be a much more "epi...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

GN Review -- Batman: Battle for the Cowl / Tony S. Daniel 0

Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...When I first heard about Batman: Battle for the Cowl, I was impressed about a number of things, most importantly that DC had the gonads to kill off one of their most popular characters of all-time (I know these things never last, but still). The promotional art for it suggested that virtually every vigilante character in the Bat-Family would be involved, which eventually turned out not to be the case. But what we do end up getting...

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