Batman: Dead Robin: Gotham CentralPaperback
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- Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
- Format: Paperback | 192 pages
- Dimensions: 170mm x 258mm x 12mm | 306g
- Publication date: 7 July 2007
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1845765672
- ISBN 13: 9781845765675
- Illustrations note: colour comic strip illustrations
- Sales rank: 731,885
The men and women of the Gotham City Police Department face challenges like no other cops - including the city's Dark Knight, Batman, and his deadly rogues' gallery! When a young boy dressed as Robin is found murdered, the Dark Knight becomes the number one suspect, on a list that also includes the Teen Titans! Plus, the fallout from Infinite Crisis strikes the GCPD, and an honest officer is murdered by a corrupt cop, setting a chain of events in motion that will shake the world! Acclaimed authors Greg Rucka ("Superman") and Ed Brubaker ("Catwoman") are joined by artists Stefano Gaudiano ("Batman"), Kano ("H-E-R-O") and Eisner award-winner Steve Lieber ("Whiteout") for this collection of noir-tinged police tales!
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Greg Rucka has written Batman, Wolverine and Queen & Country. His Whiteout, with Steve Lieber, won an Eisner Award. He is currently writing Checkmate. Ed Brubaker is responsible for revitalising the Catwoman comics and has also [iilegible] on Batman and Deadenders. His current projects include Captain America. Stefano Gaudiano shot to fame as penciller of the highly regarded Batman: Family. Kano is a talented young artist whose work recently appeared in H-E-R-O.
"Takes the insanity that oozes from every pore of Gotham City and makes it realistic[iilegible] gritty[iilegible] and most importantly[iilegible] a treat to read..." - Ain't It Cool News"