Batman: Gotham After Midnight #6

Writer: Steve Niles Artist: Kelley Jones Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 22, 2008 Critic Reviews: 1
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October 31st in Gotham City—the scariest day of the year. It's the night when trick-or-treating can be terrifying and tragic. It's the night when people fear the darkness and beware the moonlight. It's the night they say he came home. For tonight two very different people receive invitations to a very special party. They will be charged with surviving the night in the most horrifying haunted house imaginable. The guests: the monstrous Midnight and the Dark Knight Detective. The host: The Joker. Welcome to Halloween in Gotham City.

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    Weekly Comic Book Review - Ben Berger Oct 29, 2008

    Every comic will have it's problems, but each issue in this series seems to have a new one. Whether it's too much action or story, it's pretty clear that twelve issues is way too many for this arc. I'd be much more lenient if it was an ongoing series, or even a bunch of one-shots but I shouldn't be reading a different take on Batman each month within the same title. The big picture Niles portrays is good, but all the remaining filler is becoming more and more cumbersome. Read Full Review

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