Batman, Volume 11: The Fall and the Fallen

Batman, Volume 11: The Fall and the Fallen

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

Title:Batman, Volume 11: The Fall and the Fallen
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781779501608
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    Batman, Volume 11: The Fall and the Fallen Reviews

  • Anne

    What. The. Actual. Fuck.This was pretty much an extension of Knightmares, and Knightmares went on about 5 issues too long, in my opinion. So more of that trippy shit was not a welcome sight for me. ...

  • Sam Quixote

    Oh nooooooooooo! Tom Kings Batman continues to nosedive in quality in Volume 11: The Fall and the Fallen - what an unfortunately fitting subtitle! Banes gonna break Batman. But not if Batman can break...

  • Sean Gibson

    On the one hand, I admire the audacity of what Kings done over the course of this run; its been a long and intricate set-up for a psychologically perplexing payoff. On the other hand, Im kind of ready...

  • David Schaafsma

    "Your mother just could not quit. She had faith, this eternal faith in you. That you could see the horrors. And still dream of a better world."Volume 11 of Tom Kings remarkable Batman run is a transit...

  • Chad

    Tom King seems to be stuck in a time loop with Batman and Bane taking turns breaking each other. By the way, why does every Bane story have to involve one of the two of them getting their back broken?...

  • Artemy

    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...

  • James DeSantis

    Ah damn this probably weakest volume in the entire run. So Batman after his Knightmares is not having a good time. It actually opens interesting enough with Batman breaking out of Arkham. In doing so ...

  • Ryan Stewart

    Smart, yet stupid. Deep, yet empty. Beautifully written, yet stilted. Not the worst written in his run or my least favorite, but definitely a step back....

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.The Dark Knight has faced challenges of all kinds in his life, surmounting them with more bravery and modesty than humankind could ever possess. Amon...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Hating Tom King's run seems to be the 'fun' thing to do lately, for some reason. I'm still loving it, personally. Knightmares was a bit of a misstep, but The Fall And The Fallen gets right back on tra...