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Batman: Year 100

Batman: Year 100 (Paperback)

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Gotham, circa 2039: welcome to the future. Psychic police, satellite surveillance and a completely intrusive government ensure that personal privacy is a thing of the past. When a government agent is murdered in Gotham, a contingent of top Washington operatives is despatched to find the killer. Launching his own investigation, GCPD cop Jim Gordon - grandson of the Commissioner - discovers that the man wanted for the murder shouldn't even exist; after all, surely the Batman is dead! From the febrile, visionary mind of writer/artist Paul Pope (THB, 100 per cent), with colour assists by Jose Villarubia (Promethea), comes an action-packed mystery...one hundred years in the making!

Fiction & PoetryGraphic NovelsGraphic novels: superheroes Publisher: Titan Books Ltd Publication Date: 25/05/2007 ISBN-13: 9781845764241  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Paul Pope is one of the comics industry's finest creative talents. Beginning his career with the groundbreaking series THB, he exploded into DC's Vertigo imprint with the sci-fi series Heavy Liquid and 100 per cent. Highly sought-after by the fashion and advertising industries, Pope's hyper-kinetic art-style and drop-dead cool linework have graced many high-profile campaigns. Batman: Year 100 is his most recent comics project.

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