Batman: Quick and the Dead: Gotham Central

Batman: Quick and the Dead: Gotham Central

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By (author) Greg Rucka, By (author) Ed Brubaker, By (author) Michael Lark, By (author) Stefano Gaudiano, By (author) Kano

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  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 168 pages
  • Dimensions: 164mm x 254mm x 12mm | 259g
  • Publication date: 26 January 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1845763815
  • ISBN 13: 9781845763817
  • Illustrations note: colour comic strip
  • Sales rank: 371,028

Product description

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! Detective Cris Allen's career is placed in jeopardy when a corrupt crime scene investigator steals evidence; the GCPD's relationship with Batman takes a turn for the worse; and Detectives Allen and Montoya are forced to travel to Keystone City to seek help from the villain Dr. Alchemy - and from the Flash - to save a fellow officer! Acclaimed authors Greg Rucka ("Superman") and Ed Brubaker ("Catwoman") are joined by artists Stefano Gaudiano ("Batman") and Kano ("H-E-R-O") for this all-new double-bill of noir-tinged police tales!

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Author information

Greg Rucka has worked on the whole range of Batman titles, Wolverine and Queen & Country. He is the current writer of Checkmate. Ed Brubaker is responsible for revitalising the Catwoman comics and has also worked 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.

Review quote

"Gotham Central is one of the best current comic books money can buy." - SFX "Takes the insanity that oozes from every pore of Gotham City and makes it realistic, gritty, and most importantly, a treat to read..." - Ain't It Cool News"