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    Reviews - Batman: The Long Halloween - TPB

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best of the bat - Wangerman
If you just want to pick up a good canonical Batman story and don’t know which one – trust me and choose this one! Being a sequel to Frank Miller’s “Batman: Year One” (which of cause can be recommended, too), both in style and content (although taking a slightly different direction), the team of Loeb & Sale pulled out it’s masterpiece with this. First of all, the beautiful artwork by Tim Sale, embracing a huge bit of “Noir-Style”, alone makes it worth to read this thick paperback. As for the story by Jeph Loeb – maybe after “The Dark Knight” motion picture you’re tired of experiencing Harvey Dent becoming Two-Face, but besides that THE LONG HALLOWEEN is a pretty good superheroic crime-thriller with some nice turning points and a whole bunch of the Dark Knight’s most famous villains. (And if you enjoyed it, you may as well enjoy it’s sequel “Dark Victory” by the same creative team.)




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