Batman, Volume 6: Graveyard Shift

Batman, Volume 6: Graveyard Shift

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In the wake of the death of his son Damian, Batman is in danger of losing his humanity. However, the foes of this grief-ridden Dark Knight mean to strike him when he's at his weakest. Has Batman's worst foe become... Bruce Wayne?

Plus, three pivotal chapters from the epic ZERO YEAR storyline! From the critically acclaimed, New York Times #1 best-selling creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo comes the next genre-defining graphic novel in their monumental run.

Collects: Batman #0, 18-20, 28, 34, and Annual #2.

Title:Batman, Volume 6: Graveyard Shift
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401252304
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    Batman, Volume 6: Graveyard Shift Reviews

  • Jayson

    (B+) 77% | GoodNotes: More or less a hill of beans (B-side tracks, deleted scenes): very few substantial, true, but deftly drawn and clever too....

  • Anne

    3.5 starsI would have preferred a long story arc, but dreams don't always come true. This is a bunch of leftover stories from random times and places.Yeah, I know... Suck it up, Buttercup! I will say ...

  • Alejandro

    Holy good book, Batman! This TPB collects “Batman” #0, #18-20, #28, #34 and Annual #2, which they are stand-alone stories in the middle of the long arcs developed in previous TPBs.Due the natur...

  • Sean Gibson

    Bon Jovi’s Keep the Faith is a wildly underrated album that contains not only popular rock radio and concert staples like the title track and Bed of Roses (unquestionably one of the top five power b...

  • Gianfranco Mancini

    3,5 stars.A good collection of random nice dark knight stories, but I'm afraid you really need to read every Batman series to fully appreciate all of them....

  • Will M.

    Vol.6 = A bunch of individual stories compiled.I honestly couldn't say that any one of the stories could be considered a favorite, but they were thrilling nonetheless. The struggles Batman had coping ...

  • Kemper

    This is kind of the mixed nuts version of Scott Snyder’s Batman with several mostly stand-alone stories from various points of his run on the title pulled together. If you aren’t familiar with the...

  • Calista

    This is a collection of single issue stories. They are all over the timeline and you just have to jump into them. The Red Hood is in one of them. Superman makes an appearance in one of them. Catwoman ...

  • Sam Quixote

    Most of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s acclaimed Batman run has been one event story after another: The Court of Owls, Death of the Family, Zero Year, and Endgame. But there have been a few random ...

  • Dave Schaafsma

    I took a hiatus for some reason—both Marvel and DC superhero burnout, maybe?—but jumped back on this train at volume 6, which. . . is not encouraging, since it's a bunch of random one-offs that go...