Detective Comics 871 is an issue of the series Detective Comics with a cover date of January 2011. Sign in for checkoutCheck out as guest.
Detective Comics 871 was a fantastic read.
Batman detective comics 871. With Jock David Baron and Francesco Francavilla on art the comic is absolutely gorgeous. Detective Comics 871 – The Black Mirror Part 1. No additional import charges on delivery.
Detective Comics DC 1937 series 871 Second Printing The Black Mirror Table of Contents Batman cover 1 page report information. From 12 per month for 24 monthsopens an instalment calculator layer. Batman Detective Comics 871 – 881 – Black Mirror Inc 880 Joker Cover Jock.
Detective Comics 871 begins Scott Snyders tenure as writing of the title strongly with an intriguing mystery and very good character work putting Dick Grayson and Jim Gordon at the center of the book. Modern Age 1992-Now Title. Very rare Key issue that started Scott Snyders historic run of Batman scripts.
Mar 18 2013 – Detective Comics 871 2010 The Black Mirror. The dark and gritty vibe of this book helps separate this title from the other Batbooks as the story is standalone and does not rely on the current direction of the franchise. At the time Detective Comics was an anthology but eventually the Dark Knight took over and the series become solely dedicated to stories of the Batman.
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While many Batman spin-offs come and go the self-titled series and Detective Comics are the two mainstays that will never fade away. There are some slight differences here. Detective Comics 871 is a superb debut issue by Scott Snyder and Jock one that uses a back-to-basics approach to the Dark Knight and Gotham.
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1 Synopsis 11 The Black Mirror Part One 12 Skeleton Cases Part One 2 Appearances 21 The Black Mirror Part One 211 Individuals 22 Skeleton Cases Part One 221 Individuals 3 Notes To be added To be added Batman Dick Grayson Alfred Pennyworth James Gordon Becca Mulcahey Officer Cullen Buck Dies in this issue Dana Redford First Appearance Gale Redford Only appearance. There is a single CGC graded copy. Detective Comics 881 – Final issue before the New 52 reboot Red Robin.
Dont miss this epic Batman mystery from Scott Snyder creator of AMERICAN VAMPIRE originally published in DETECTIVE COMICS 871-877First in The Black Mirror a series of brutal murders pushes Batmans detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham Citys oldest evils. One issue in and Scott Snyder along with Jock has made Detective Comics the premier Batman title which is not an easy thing to do after Batman Inc. In Detective Comics 871 this story by Scott Snyder Grayson sets up a period when Bruce Wayne was busy running Batman Incorporated leaving his former protege Dick Grayson behind the mask the story is an intimate creepy look at how Gotham corrupts its heroes and residents.
Helpless and trapped in the deadly Mirror House Batman must fight for his life against one of Gotham. Batman Detective Comics 871 – 881 – Black Mirror Inc 880 Joker Cover Jock. Batman Detective Comics 871 – 881 – Black Mirror Inc 880 Joker Cover Jock.
7 Days Of Death. Contents 1 Synopsis for The Black Mirror Part One of Three. Up-and-coming writer Scott Snyder AMERICAN VAMPIRE and acclaimed artist Jock THE LOSERS make their debut as the new ONGOING creative team of DETECTIVE COMICSIn The Black Mirror part 1 of 3 a series of brutal murders pushes Batmans detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham Citys oldest evils.
Batman was first introduced in Detective Comics 27. In Detective Comics 871 this story by Scott Snyder Grayson sets up a period when Bruce Wayne was busy running Batman Incorporated leaving his former protege Dick Grayson behind the mask the story is an intimate creepy look at how Gotham corrupts its heroes and residents.