Batman, Volume 10: Epilogue

Batman, Volume 10: Epilogue

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NEW YORK TIMES best-selling series!

THE LAST CHAPTERS…

As acclaimed writer Scott Snyder draws the final curtain on his game-changing Batman series, the newly returned Dark Knight battles familiar foes and new enemies. These exquisite stand-alone stories take the Dark Knight into an alternate dystopian future as well as deep into his own past, questioning who he is, how he came to be and what his legacy must be…

Authors Scott Snyder (AMERICAN VAMPIRE) and James Tynion IV (BATMAN ETERNAL) are joined by artists Greg Capullo (Spawn), Roge Antonio (BATMAN AND ROBIN ETERNAL), ACO (MIDNIGHTER) and Riley Rossmo (CONSTANTINE: THE HELLBLAZER) in BATMAN VOLUME 10: EPILOGUE.

Collects: Batman #51-52, Annual #4, Batman: Futures End #1 and a special preview of Batman: Rebirth#1.

Title:Batman, Volume 10: Epilogue
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401267735
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    Batman, Volume 10: Epilogue Reviews

  • Jayson

    (B+) 77% | GoodNotes: Stale, albeit purpose-built, a bits-leftover patchwork quilt, it's decent but it hardly hooks: all better fits in prior books....

  • Anne

    Epilogue lives up to its name, in that it's just a sort of bye-bye volume made up of random leftover issues. Some are good, some are bad, and most are meh.If you're a Snyder/Capullo Batman completioni...

  • Sam Quixote

    Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo weren’t just the standout creative team in DC’s New 52 (to be fair that wasn’t especially hard), even managing to outlive the poorly thought-out reboot, but are als...

  • Sean Gibson

    A mostly satisfying conclusion to this segment of Snyder’s Batman run. I say “mostly” because this is something of a scattershot grab bag of issues; it’s a little bit like watching Jeopardy wi...

  • Donovan

    What a fucked up, cash grab last volume. Snyder and Capullo literally have one issue in this entire book which should have just been included in Volume 9. But where's the money in that?It's unfortunat...

  • Subham

    Its a collection of four stories basically. One is what is Gotham and is the final Capullo/Snyder story and it was fun seeing so many answers from its people and what Batman think it is and it connect...

  • Dave Schaafsma

    What new thing can I say about the cash grab Epilogue, volume 10 of the fine Snyder-Capullo run. Nothing, but that won’t stop me, sorry. I will say that these guys are among the best Batman creators...

  • Shannon

    So it's a wrap-up to the series but it fails in several instances but I suppose it does well enough. The bar had been high previously so this one is disappointing. I doubt it was Snyder's decision but...

  • Jedi JC Daquis

    The Snyder-Capullo run of Batman was phenomenal. This is the best that have happened in DC's New 52 era. Not that I'm complaining though, Batman could have ended with the Endgame arc. Although Mr. Blo...

  • Chad

    This is where all the leftover Batman new 52 stories came to die I guess. First up is a terrible Future's End story where Batman decides to clone himself. Art's bad, story falls flat just like all the...