Batman, No man's land, [writers, Bob Gale ... [et al.] ; artists, Alex Maleev ... [et al.] ; inks, Wayne Faucher ... [et al.]], [Book 1]
The work Batman, No man's land, [writers, Bob Gale ... [et al.] ; artists, Alex Maleev ... [et al.] ; inks, Wayne Faucher ... [et al.]], [Book 1] represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Jacksonville Public Library.

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  • pZjEyNFqGgM
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  • True
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  • 2
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Label
  • Batman, No man's land, [writers, Bob Gale ... [et al.] ; artists, Alex Maleev ... [et al.] ; inks, Wayne Faucher ... [et al.]], [Book 1]
Main title
  • Batman
Sub title
  • No man's land
Responsibility statement
  • [writers, Bob Gale ... [et al.] ; artists, Alex Maleev ... [et al.] ; inks, Wayne Faucher ... [et al.]]
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "The Dark Knight's city is dead. The quest for justice is over. Now the quest for survival begins. First there was the contagion: the Ebola Gulf A filovirus morbidly dubbed "The Clench, " which killed hundreds of thousands of Gothamites before a cure was found by Batman and his allies. Then came the cataclysm. Measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale and lasting an interminable 20 seconds, a catastrophic earthquake decimated Gotham's infrastructure. Thousands died. Tens of thousands were left homeless. The city's most dangerous felons escaped incarceration in the confusion. And, this time, the Dark Knight was helpless to do anything to save his city. The harshest aftershock unexpectedly came from the U.S. government. As Gotham waited for federal funds and disaster relief to begin rebuilding, Congress ruled that the city was a disaster area beyond help. Not even the Batman, appealing to the power brokers in Washington in his guise as industrialist Bruce Wayne, could convince them otherwise. So the city was abandoned, sealed off from the outside world -- a wasteland left for those who either chose to stay behind or who had no choice but to remain." --p.[4] of cover
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  • illustrations
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  • no index present
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  • fiction
Nature of contents
  • comics graphic novels
OCLC Number
  • 709682521
Series statement
  • Batman DC, 1st series, 1940-2011, Issues 563-566
  • Detective Comics DC, 1st series, 1937-2011, Issues 730-733
  • Batman, Legends of the Dark Knight DC, 1st series, 1989-2007, Issues 117-118
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