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In this book about faith and duty, Batman learns that not only does his nobility extend deep within his ancestry but also that some things beyond the laws of science. When a mysterious package arrives at Wayne Manor, the Dark Knight Detective discovers that he is a descendant of a Grail Knight from King Arthur's court. Now possessing the Holy Grail itself, Batman must come to terms with the ramifications of its existence while safeguarding the artifact from the denizens of attackers. Featuring the Penguin, Two-Face, Catwoman, and Ra's al Ghul, this book adds an interesting and provocative chapter to the Batman legend.

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The Story: Bruce Wayne receives a package at Wayne Manor that was intended for his father. Inside is a chalice, possibly the Holy Grail. Soon after receiving the object Batman is forced to defend it against enemies such as Ra's Al Ghul, the Penguin and Catwoman.  My Thoughts:This graphic novel came out back in 1999 and is written by Chuck Dixon. I happened to come across this comic online while searching the website I order comics from often. I decided to get it because it was on sale for only $...

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