DC Comics Batman Rip Paperback Written by Grant Morrison Art by Tony Daniel and Sandu Florea Cover by Alex Ross The death of The Dark Knight is now in trade paperback featuring BATMAN 676-683! With Bruce Wayne out of the picture T http://www.MightGet.com/january-2017-13/dc-comics-batman-rip-paperback.asp

DC Comics Batman Rip Paperback Written by Grant Morrison Art by Tony Daniel and Sandu Florea Cover by Alex Ross The death of The Dark Knight is now in trade paperback featuring BATMAN 676-683! With Bruce Wayne out of the picture T http://www.MightGet.com/january-2017-13/dc-comics-batman-rip-paperback.asp

yellowcape: “- Batman RIP This is one of the sexiest images of Dick that I can think of. Thank you, Alex Ross, for drawing this. ”

yellowcape: “- Batman RIP This is one of the sexiest images of Dick that I can think of. Thank you, Alex Ross, for drawing this. ”

Batman, Ripped Shield Micro Raschel Throw, 46" x 60"

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Batman, Ripped Shield Micro Raschel Throw, 46" x 60"

Cover by Alex Ross  Are you ready for “Batman R.I.P.”?  Beginning the epic story that will change the legend of the Dark Knight forever! Everything in Grant Morrison’s groundbreaking run on Batman has been leading to this story, and nothing will ever be the same again.  Who will live? Who will die? Who will be Batman? The answers are sure to shock you in “Batman R.I.P.,” featuring artwork by Tony Daniel & Sandu Florea and covers by Alex Ross.

Cover by Alex Ross Are you ready for “Batman R.I.P.”? Beginning the epic story that will change the legend of the Dark Knight forever! Everything in Grant Morrison’s groundbreaking run on Batman has been leading to this story, and nothing will ever be the same again. Who will live? Who will die? Who will be Batman? The answers are sure to shock you in “Batman R.I.P.,” featuring artwork by Tony Daniel & Sandu Florea and covers by Alex Ross.

Andy Kubert drew this for the title page of one of the two issues for the post Batman RIP story "What Ever Happened to the Caped Crusader?"  which was written by Neil Gaiman. The title is a nod to Alan Moore's classic "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" story done about Superman, right before the  "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover/reboot.

Andy Kubert drew this for the title page of one of the two issues for the post Batman RIP story "What Ever Happened to the Caped Crusader?" which was written by Neil Gaiman. The title is a nod to Alan Moore's classic "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" story done about Superman, right before the "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover/reboot.

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