Batman and Catwoman are about to have the wedding of the century... or are they? For these star-crossed crime-fighters, nothing ever comes easy.
As Bruce and Selina prepare to tie the knot, the time-traveling hero called Booster Gold crashes the party with a dangerous and deadly mission that will send them hurtling through the space-time continuumand threaten to rip it all apart.
And though Gotham City's greatest couple is ready to elope in order to escape their enemies, Batman's greatest nemesis is not about to hold his peace. The Joker intends to make himself the Dark Knight's best manand wherever the Clown Prince of Crime goes, chaos is sure to follow.
The stage is set for an event that will change the lives of two of comics' most iconic characters forever!
You are cordially invited to attend Batman Vol. 7: The Wedding. Featuring the union of acclaimed writer Tom King (Mister Miracle) and Bat-artists Tony S. Daniel (Deathstroke) and Mikel Janín (Grayson), with a host of comics' most talented artists on the guest list! Collects stories from Batman #45-50 and DC Nation #0.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Tom King is a comic book writer and novelist, best known for his work at DC Comics including Batman, Mister Miracle, Grayson and Omega Men. He often relies on his experience as an ex-CIA agent and experiences during the recent conflicts in the Middle East in his writing, especially apparent in Grayson (alongside co-writer Tim Seeley), Omega Men and in The Sheriff of Babylon, published under the Vertigo imprint.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Batman Vol. 7: The Wedding had me gritting my teeth in frustration. If I had an actually paperback copy of this book, it would have flown across the room as I flew off the handle. Alas, I had and iPad and there is absolutely nothing satisfying about laying it gently down because those things are expensive. Let's just start with Booster Gold sucks and this comic just proves the point. After you make it past Booster Gold's sashay through getting a wedding present (think bull in a china store), Joker continues his quest to get an invitation to the wedding while questioning can Bruce Wayne be happy and Batman. The dialogue between the Cat and the Joker is on point. The end tells how the Bat and the Cat fell in love while displaying the many different incarnations drawn by some impressive artists. The story goes about like I figured it would but anything that leaves that level of emotion is definitely worth four stars, even if the emotions are not always positive. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next chapter in the Bat and Cat saga since this one ran me through the mill. My voluntary, unbiased review is based upon a review copy from Netgalley.