Gotham Central book 2: Jokers and Madmen – Now Read This!A madman with a homicidal flair for the theatrical, the clown loves a special occasion. One of the greatest rewards of long-lasting, legendary comicbook characters is their infinite potential for innovation and reinterpretation. There always seems to be another facet or aspect to develop. Thus, civilian receptionist Stacy is the only person allowed to operate the rooftop bat-signal whenever crises occur, whilst the public are told that the eerie light is simply used to keep the cowardly, stupid, superstitious underworld cowed…. Stacy has her own world to retreat into: one where the mighty Batman is her enigmatic but passionate lover….
Gotham Central #13
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount. This volume collects two cases of the Gotham Special Crimes Unit. First, The Joker terrorizes the city at Christmastime when he begins randomly executing people with a rifle, and no one from the Mayor on down is safe. A second story focuses on an old case and unfinished business for disgraced detective Harvey Bullock. Our minimum order quantity is 25 copies.
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Gotham Central is a police procedural comic-book series that was published by DC Comics. The story focused on the Gotham City Police Department and the difficulties of its officers living and working in Gotham City , home of Batman. They wanted to do a series about the police in Gotham City and finally obtained approval from DC executives. The writers wanted Michael Lark for pencils and waited nearly a year to get him onboard due to scheduling, but used the opportunity to plan out the storylines. They plotted out the new series' elements and decided to script the first story arc together, then split the lengthy cast into two shifts: Rucka would write the GCPD 's day shift storylines, Brubaker would take the night shift, and Lark would pencil them both. Gotham Central repeatedly failed to break the top comics in sales.