Batman: Year One

The ultimate story about the origin of Batman by Frank Miller and David Mazucchelli made in 1986. This new revision of the origin of one of the most seminal superheroes of all time has never been topped and shows the fantastic storytelling of both Miller and Mazzucchelli.

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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "I'm relatively new to graphic novels, and I'm no aficionado by any means. But Batman has become a tried and true favorite. Miller's Dark Knight Returns is what drew me in at first, so when I saw this compilation, I was intrigued! Meet Batman when he was born and Bruce Wayne all but disappeared!"
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    Anonymous
    April 8, 2019
    "This was a great, somewhat origin story, that only Frank Miller could create. This is a great introduction into Batman's story into becoming the Dark Knight of Gotham City and how his path intertwines with that of James Gordon. One of the best and a must-read for fans and newcomers alike."
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This comic book is definitely one of the best. It has awesome illustrations, a really great story that follows the Dark Knight Returns, and is a New York Times bestseller for a reason. If you're a comic book fan, or even just a Batman fan, this is a comic book you need to see."
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2019
    "The Batman Year One comic is the best comic to start with as it tells the story of Bruce Wayne in his first year as a vigilante after training for years to become one. This is also where we see him and James Gordon cross paths and sets the stage for their eventual partnership."
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    Anonymous
    February 9, 2017
    "From the time I was a little boy, I have always been a huge fan of batman. I was so drawn to the piece when I first started reading this book that I could not put it down. I would recommend this book as the starting point for someone trying to get into the batman story."
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    Anonymous
    February 25, 2018
    "This is far and away the best Batman book ever, and in a lot of ways the character we think of when we hear Batman (for example, Batman Begins was largely based on this). It's got fantastic twists and turns, and Mazucchelli and Miller are at the top of their games."
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    Anonymous
    July 20, 2017
    "Being a huge DC Comics fan - especially Batman - makes "Batman: Year One" a really fun and important piece of my collection. Get it in any format and re-kindle your love of the Batman series!"
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Anyone who knows comics can tell you that Batman is one of the most iconic heroes of all time. One of his best books was Year One when Frank Miller was the lead writer."
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "I really wanted some comic books from the Batman series, but I was gifted this instead. I wanted the actual comic books, not a book. The book is great though."
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2017
    "A quintessential comic book for any Batman fan! This gritty telling of the origin of our favorite superhero is entertaining and thought provoking."
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