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Batman: Venom

7 Ratings: 4.1
A graphic novel by Dennis O'Neil that gathers "Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight" issues 16-20.

When Batman fails to save the life of a young girl held for ransom, he decides to try a new experimental drug designed by her father called Venom.

Author: Dennis O'Neil, José Luis García-López, Trevor Von Eeden, Russell Braun
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels, Superheroes
Publisher: DC Comics
2 reviews about Batman: Venom
review by . January 03, 2010
One of the Most Human Portrayals of the DARK KNIGHT
Originally presented in a 5-part story arc in “Legends of the Dark Knight” in the late 80’s, BATMAN VENOM collects the stories by writer Dennis O’Neil and artist Trevor Von Eeden. Those familiar with the Batman stories know “venom” is the drug that gives a normal man near-superhuman strength used by Bane in “Knightfall”. O’Neil introduced the fictional drug in “Richard Dragon Kung Fu Fighter” in the early 70’s and recast it …
review by . June 07, 2005
These are all words that describe Batman: Venom. After Batman fails to save a little girl from drowning before his very eyes, he begins to question his abilities. The little girl's father has the perfect solution, a new designer steroid called Venom that will build Batman's muscles as he sits doing detective work. He begins taking it with strictly good intentions, but soon finds himself turning his back on everything and everyone he holds dear, turning into the type of monster he fights. Soon he's …
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