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Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 3
by Greg Rucka
Binding: Paperback, 208 pages
Publisher: DC Comics
Weight: 0.5 pound
Dimension: H: 0.6 x L: 10 x W: 6.6 inches
ISBN 10: 1563896346
ISBN 13: 9781563896347
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Book Description:
Fans of Batman are lucky to get Greg Rucka the talented, gritty young author of Keeper and Finder, among others sharing time with their favorite licensed character in this novelization of DC's complete No Man's Land comic series. (And fans of Rucka assuming they get around to reading this at all will still likely hold the opinion that Atticus Kodiak could take Batman in a standup fight any day.) DC shook up Gotham literally in its 1999 Batman plot arc: a 7.6 earthquake rocked Gotham City, wreaking enough destruction to bring the broken, crime ridden, runt kid brother of Metropolis and New York to its knees. In the story line's most indulgent liberty, those fat cats in Washington decide to write off Gotham, la Escape from New York, blowing up the connecting bridges, mining the surrounding waterways, and signing into law the Federal Declaration of No Man's Land, which makes it a crime to even set foot in the city. The usual suspects from Arkham Asylum, Two Face and the Penguin, the Riddler and Dr. Freeze, Poison Ivy and Mr. Zsasz, file out to begin running the show, strong arming and manipulating the block by block turf battles that envelop the now ultraviolent city. A conflicted Batman shows up fashionably late, only to find that these lunatics are the least of his worries: Lex Luthor, Superman's archfoe, has nefarious designs on Gotham too. Could this possibly get any better? Sure, No Man's Land is derivative fiction, but the appeal of Rucka and, of course, Batman can make this one worth the read. Paul Hughes


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