Ra's al Ghul is dead but his legacy is not. If one person
cheats death, it's luck. But when an entire city refuses to
die, it's chaos. Batman is in a race against time to find
out why the dead walk Gotham City. Is the master criminal
Ra's al Ghul behind it all? Ra's has cheated death for hundreds
of years, and now it seems he may have lived on to fight against
Batman... one last time...
Al Ghul sees
Batman receiving a letter from his dead nemesis Ra's Al Ghul.
Is his former enemy mocking him from the grave? And is he
behind the recent attacks on Gotham's citizens - turning innocent
civilians into living zombies? Surely Ra's Al Ghul can not
still be alive. The last Lazarus pit has been destroyed and
there is no way for him to return to life... or is there?
The clock is ticking, time is running out and if Ra's Al Ghul
is still alive and has managed to keep one of the Lazarus
pits intact, time is something he has plenty of.
adored this tale. Devin Grayson's story is neat and to the
point. There's no waffling or dull b-plot to pad out the action.
Rather, there are several a-plot tales that all merge together.
only is the script a work of art, but the art is also a master
class in how to create an atmosphere in storytelling. Paul
Gulacy and Jimmy Palmiotti pull out all the stops to deliver
some of the most striking images I've seen in recent years.
Batman fans, this is a must own collection - but it also hold
serious appeal for those that are not great Batman readers.
To be honest this collection is more about Ra's Al Ghul and
his rise to madness than it is about a man dressed as a bat
swinging across rooftops. An instant classic.
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