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Batman: Son of the Demon by Mike W. Barr (1987-06-02)

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  • DC Comics (1633)
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  • 8
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By MarkC on August 10, 2016

    Good read!

  • By Ashley P on July 29, 2014

    Great book!

  • By Corum Seth Smith on December 2, 2005

    The book begins as Batman fights terrorists who have taken hostages. These militants, though, are lackeys for a far greater threat. Indeed, the threat is so great that Batman finds himself becoming the ally of Ras Al Ghul, the Demon's Head. They find themselves aligned against a common threat, a satellite that controls the global weather. As they join forces, Batman finally gives in and marries Talia. Together, they conceive and Talia becomes pregnant. In addition, Batman trains Ras' men to become better fighters. I really was surprised by a number of things in this story. It was a departure from things I take for granted in the Batman universe. For instance, Batman does love Talia, but them having a son is really surprising. Batman having a family seems to contradict his image as a lone avenger. One of the ways that people identify with Batman is through the loneliness that he exemplifies. Also, that Batman would leave Gotham for a few months at a time is shocking to me. He is the guardian of the city, and it would seem that in his mind leaving the city for a few months would be equivalent to abandonment. His obsession with cleaning up Gotham is another of his defining characteristics. So in some ways this book takes the Batman character in new directions. The plot creates a compelling hypothetical situation that challenges the Batman mythos and stretches it. I was really surprised at some of the ingenuity and creativity. This book takes an interesting turn.

  • By S. Miller on April 28, 2014

    We were having a raffle and i thought what would be a good item for kids..... well I bought two one for this year and one for the following year and WOW WOW WOW I actually had to read it. I never owned a comic book and could not believe the detail. Young and old will enjoy this Hard Paper covered comic book.

  • By Lecter213 on January 9, 2015

    I love the story, not much to say, but that I loved the story line.

  • By Momodou M. on December 25, 2013

    The book is from 1987 and is still in great condition. Found a few hairs in the book but it didn't matter to me. Good product.

  • By Ray on October 11, 2015

    The book was in good condition and worth the price I paid.


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