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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

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This is the comic that made the Batman movies possible. Forget Ledger and Nicholson, this is where the darkness began. Legendary creator Frank Miller along with inker Klaus Janson and colorist Lynn Varley explore Bruce Wayne years after he has retired from his alter-ego. Seen through Miller's distinctive noir lens, we learn the uglier nature of the pathos of a vigilante and those he hunts. This book was not only a re-imaging, but a revelation, single-handedly changed the way superheroes were widely seen. Completed in 1985, you can still feel its reverberations in most mainstream titles and beyond.










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