Batman: Damned

Batman: Damned Review

The Joker has been murdered. His killer is a mystery. Batman is the World's Greatest Detective. But what happens when the person he is searching for is the man staring back at him in the mirror?

With no memory of the events of the previous night, Batman is going to need some help. So who better to set him straight than John Constantine? The problem with that is as much as John loves a good mystery, he loves messing with people's heads even more. So with John's "help," the pair will delve into the sordid underbelly of Gotham as they race toward the mind-blowing truth of who murdered The Joker.

Batman: Damned is a visceral thrill-ride and supernatural horror story told by two of comics' greatest modern creators, Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo.

The DC Black Label imprint features classic DC characters in compelling, standalone stories written and illustrated by world-class authors and artists.

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    Batman: Damned Reviews

  • Khurram

    Awesome art work and a good concept but that is about it. Batman wakes up in in an back of a ambulance the the whole story goes to Wonderland from there. Batman learns the Joker is dead, the witness i...

  • Chad

    This thing was incomprehensible. It seemed more like an excuse to show Bermejo's redesigns for DC's magic characters more than anything else. Like Joker was an excuse to redesign Batman's rogues galle...

  • Anne

    I thought the 1st issue was a very cool start to some sort of an edgy Batman story. But I'm a big enough person to admit that I was way off base with that prediction.This was a nonsensical bullshit co...

  • Artemy

    Oh boy, what a mess. Batman: Damned is a very clumsy attempt at creating an 'adult' Batman comic, and I'm not just talking about the whole Batwang controversy, or the fact that it daringly uses words ...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.The DC Black Label imprint allows world-class authors and artists to write stand-alone stories featuring classic DC characters. To inaugurate this im...

  • Chaunceton Bird

    Perfect. Everything Batman has needed to be for decades. Gone are the days of hokey daytime crime fighting and PG puzzle solving. Finally, Batman is written and illustrated with the grit, intrigue, an...

  • James DeSantis

    Well...just about what I expect from Azzarello on anything other than Wonder Woman. Batman starts off hurt and of course the rest of the story just jumps around. The timeline on this story actually is...

  • Ethan

    Every once in a while you get to read something groundbreaking. Something that redefines an entire medium of literature. Or an entire genre. Or something that forever changes our perspective. Batman: ...

  • Mel (Epic Reading)

    Without a doubt the most interesting part of Batman: Damned 3-part over sized comic series is the 'Batwang' seen in Book 1. Yep, I was stoked (and still love, regardless of the controversy) that we fi...

  • Logan

    The Batman book that almost crippled DC Black Label, sent Vertigo to its death, all over a guys p****! So despite the controversy, I was a little excited to read this as I did enjoy Joker and Batman: ...