Batman #700 (1940)

Batman #700 (1940)

$25.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by GRANT MORRISON
Art by TONY DANIEL, ANDY KUBERT & FRANK QUITELY
Cover by DAVID FINCH
1:25 "DC 75th Anniversary" variant cover by MIKE MIGNOLA 1:75 "DC 75th Anniversary" variant black and white cover by MIKE MIGNOLA
Grant Morrison returns to BATMAN with this oversized special! And he's brought an all-star roster of artists along with him including Andy Kubert, Tony Daniel and Frank Quitely to celebrate this milestone 700th issue featuring stories spotlighting each of the Batmen from different eras - Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne. You won't want to miss this blockbuster story that paves the way for the return of Bruce Wayne and sports mind-boggling covers by superstars David Finch (BRIGHTEST DAY) and Mike Mignola (BATMAN: GOTHAM BY GASLIGHT, Hellboy)!
Date Available: 06/09/2010
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

Throw together a locked room mystery, a Maybe machine, Grant Morrison, and a dozen or more artists and you get the milestone issue of Batman #700. A long-time coming, without a doubt. Usually these issues allow the writer to stretch his legs, giving him some room to do something nifty and classic, which is what I like. Morrison doesn’t disappoint, though I lost some understanding of the story as it jumped scenes and time periods. But the pencils made up for it, and the way the story flowed into the art gallery, at the end, was a clever first. Great buy, and milestone comics like this tend to hold their value well, over time. Consider it a collector’s item, and a great read, too.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by GRANT MORRISON
Art by TONY DANIEL, ANDY KUBERT & FRANK QUITELY
Cover by DAVID FINCH
1:25 "DC 75th Anniversary" variant cover by MIKE MIGNOLA 1:75 "DC 75th Anniversary" variant black and white cover by MIKE MIGNOLA
Grant Morrison returns to BATMAN with this oversized special! And he's brought an all-star roster of artists along with him including Andy Kubert, Tony Daniel and Frank Quitely to celebrate this milestone 700th issue featuring stories spotlighting each of the Batmen from different eras - Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne. You won't want to miss this blockbuster story that paves the way for the return of Bruce Wayne and sports mind-boggling covers by superstars David Finch (BRIGHTEST DAY) and Mike Mignola (BATMAN: GOTHAM BY GASLIGHT, Hellboy)!
Date Available: 06/09/2010
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

Throw together a locked room mystery, a Maybe machine, Grant Morrison, and a dozen or more artists and you get the milestone issue of Batman #700. A long-time coming, without a doubt. Usually these issues allow the writer to stretch his legs, giving him some room to do something nifty and classic, which is what I like. Morrison doesn’t disappoint, though I lost some understanding of the story as it jumped scenes and time periods. But the pencils made up for it, and the way the story flowed into the art gallery, at the end, was a clever first. Great buy, and milestone comics like this tend to hold their value well, over time. Consider it a collector’s item, and a great read, too.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
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