Gregg Hurwitz took over Batman: The Dark Knight with issue #10, and it was a huge improvement in quality of story. Hurwitz brings along a darker Batman with plenty of shadowy elements to make it feel more like other books in the Bat-family. The Scarecrow is back in business with his strongest batch of fear toxin to date. Check out David Finch’s artwork below.
WRITTEN BY: Gregg Hurwitz
ART BY: David Finch and Richard Friend
PUBLISHER: DC Comics
RELEASE: August 22nd, 2012
BATMAN has been captured by THE SCARECROW, who wants THE DARK KNIGHT to be his guinea pig for the ULTIMATE fear toxin. Don’t miss revelations about THE SCARECROW’s past!
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