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Suddenly, a Knock...
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by Etgar Keret (Goodreads Author)
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read in September, 2014
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Batman, Vol. 3 by Scott Snyder
Batman, Vol. 3: Death of the Family
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Batman and Son by Grant Morrison
Batman and Son
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Batman R.I.P. by Grant Morrison
Batman R.I.P.
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Batman by Grant Morrison
Batman: The Black Glove
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Words for Pictures by Brian Michael Bendis
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The chapter in which Bendis interviews the Editors alone is worth the cover price.
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Batman by Bill Finger
Batman: The Black Casebook
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Green River Killer by Jeff Jensen
Green River Killer
by Jeff Jensen
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The Batman Adventures by Paul Dini
The Batman Adventures: Mad Love
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Death by Neil Gaiman
Death
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The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
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