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Batman - The Dark Knight Vol. 3: Mad (The New 52) (Batman: The Dark Knight: The New 52!)

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    Gregg Hurwitz(Author),Ethan Van Sciver(Illustrator)

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Everything hangs in the balance in the Dark Knight’s life as Bruce Wayne grapples with revealing Batman to the woman of his dreams. But just as he’s ready to give her his all, the Mad Hatter joins the ranks of one of the greatest threats Gotham has ever known. By poisoning and kidnapping its citizens, he terrorizes Gotham in an attempt to rebuild his lost hopes into a wonderland.

Can the Caped Crusader save the city-and his new love-before the Hatter shatters their world forever?

Acclaimed writer Gregg Hurwitz (Survivor) teams up with superstar artist Ethan Van Sciver (GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH) and breakout talent Szymon Kudranski (Spawn) for BATMAN - THE DARK KNIGHT: MAD (collects issues #16-21 and BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT ANNUAL #1).

From the Hardcover edition.

"Ethan Van Sciver's collaboration with Gregg Hurwitz is yet another fine Batman offering."—CBR Gregg Hurwitz is the New York Times bestselling author of 12 thrillers, most recently, The Survivor (8/12). His novels have been shortlisted for numerous literary awards, graced top ten lists, and have been translated into 22 languages. He has also written comics for Marvel (Wolverine, Punisher) and DC (Batman, Penguin) and produced and written screenplays for film and television (ABC's "V", "Expulsion" spec script to Warner Bros, and many more). He recently announced that he will be developing his Tim Rackley books for TNT/Sony. Gregg resides in Los Angeles.

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  • By Richard J. Estep on August 11, 2017

    Hurwitz's run on The Dark Knight continues to go from strength to strength. These collected issues focus on The Mad Hatter who. It's refreshing to see a villain whose motivation is less about taking over or destroying Gotham and is instead a little more personal in nature. Without spoiling things, there's a healthy dollop of pathos and tragedy to balance out the action. It is bookended with a single-shot story that brings together The Mad Hatter, Penguin, and Scarecrow on Halloween night -- it's not exactly groundbreaking, but it is a lot of fun. This one will leave you wanting more, and is well worth picking up.

  • By Robert E. Behers on May 24, 2015

    The best story arc of the short lived title "THE DARK KNIGHT" is presented here with everything that makes Batman a legendary character of the times! Even if you are not a regular Bat follower you will enjoy this read and it's excellent artwork! A 'must have" for the Batman follower!

  • By T Stafford on May 28, 2015

    This is supposed to be the more mature new 52 Batman title, delving into the twisted psychology of Batman's foes.This book seems to be mostly filler. Its not terrible but after putting it down it is hard to recall anything about it.

  • By Harjinder S. Parmar on October 12, 2015

    It was good, but I felt it was to similar to Penguin: pain and prejudice, which was a miniseries that was done before by the same creative team. And also the two previous volumes of this series where just so amazing I think the expectations for this series was really high. If you enjoy Batman you'll enjoy this.

  • By Michael C Kaledas on September 13, 2014

    The new 52 Batman books are the best thing to come out of the relaunch of the titles. I am not up to the Death of the Family stuff yet, though most of the volume 3 Batbooks are laying the groundwork for it. Love these books.

  • By SBD on October 31, 2016

    Not the best Batman story at all. Too slow to develop, way to long, Ethan Van Sciver is capable of better art.

  • By Guest on April 22, 2017

    Gregg hurwitz did a great job on this

  • By Bryan Glover on December 28, 2014

    I like Batman, but the Dark Knight series isn't as good as I wanted it to be. I'll still read it, but only on Kindle.

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