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Batman: Blades (Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, #32, 33, 34)

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While the Batman is distracted with a serial killer who targets senior citizens, a new vigilante, the swashbuckling Cavalier, begins his own war on crime.
Unknown Binding, 96 pages
Published July 1992 by DC Comics
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Mariano Lastiri
Jul 02, 2015 Mariano Lastiri rated it really liked it
Blades es una interesante sorpresa entre la infinidad de comics que han quedado desapercibidos dentro de la historia del encapotado. Tiene un tufillo a acercarse a la idea de Tierra 2, pero por suerte la evade para plantear una suerte de vueltas de tuerca fascinantes ¿Que pasaría si el caballero de la noche estuviera tan ocupado en un caso?¿Acaso permitiría que el resto del crimen quedara impune? Si hablamos del momento donde no estaba conformada la batifamilia, Blades nos la responde usando a ...more
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Una fabulosa historia de Batman engarzada con un trágico y arrebatador halo romántico. Una delicatessen exquisita basada en un personaje co-protagonista inolvidable y una trama muy bien hilada, de emociones a flor de piel . Un 10.
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finally read and complete this run...one great batman story....
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Great art..great story..One of the best Batman short stories out there.
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A look at who The Batman could have been?

I always enjoy the art of Tim Sale.
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