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Batman must face his own greatest fears when the man behind the mask, Bruce Wayne, begins to have nightmares about his boyhood schoolmaster, the cruel Mr. Winchester. Now Winchester has come to Gotham City, this time with supernatural powers. And unless the Caped Crusader can stop him, he will convert the city into his own cathedral--of death.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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ISBN-10:  1563890283
ISBN-13:  978-1563890284
Author:  Grant Morrison
Publisher:  DC Comics
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review by . June 05, 2005
Though Grant Morrison is best known for his wonderful multi year rampage on New X-Men, or the dark masterwork Arkham Asylum, Gothic is a match for either one of these. With gritty, haunting art by Klaus Janson, Morrison tells a remarkable tale of Batman, Mr. Whisper, and sinister evil that has burned across continents for more than 300 years.    Batman is still at the beginning of his crime fighting career, still coming into his own, when a mysterious madman named Mr. Whisper …
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