Batman: Black & White by Various

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In 1996, DC Comics released the groundbreaking miniseries Batman: Black and White, which featured a strong choice of brief tales written and illustrated through a few of the best names in comics. those stories were accumulated in a good-looking hardcover with black ribbon booklet mark, inset color disguise portray, and a tipped-in plate of art.

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