All-new digital adventures in print for the first time! In Haunted Arkham, something has been stirring up the inmates at Arkham, especially Maxie Zeus! Something wicked this way comes, and its trying to communicate with The Dark Knight.
So, if you love Batman, but aren't thrilled by the main Bat-books, give Legends of the Dark Knight #7 a shot. Also, if you were ever a fan of Batman: The Animated Series (I mean, who wasn't?) this series is for you. The episodic nature of Legends of the Dark Knight is in the same vein as Batman: TAS and will appeal to a wide variety of long-time and newer readers. Read Full Review
If you really like stories about ghosts out for revenge and don't have a problem seeing that sort of thing in your Batman detective tales then you'll probably enjoy this up until the abrupt and confusing final page. On the other hand, those who don't like seeing Batman deal with the paranormal will likely not find much joy in this. I'm in the camp that's disappointed. The book held my attention the whole way through, but in the end it felt tooderivative and like a ghost story that just so happened to feature characters that looked like Batman and Joker. Read Full Review
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