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Doc Savage returns to DC Comics…and comes face-to-fist with the Batman! Superstar scribe Brian Azzarello (100 BULLETS, JOKER) and the breathtaking art of Phil Noto combine to shine the first light on a shadowy new version of the DC Universe, where the thugs run rampant, corruption runs deep, and even heroes can't be trusted! Doc Savage, the Man of Bronze, hates what he's heard about the connections between a grisly murder and Gotham City's violent new vigilante. But the Batman can't abide do-gooders getting in his way…and his .45 just won't stay in its holster!

Be here for this vital prologue to an upcoming 6-issue miniseries by Azzarello and Rags Morales (IDENTITY CRISIS), which will pull back the curtain to reveal the full width and breadth of DC's new pulp-influenced universe. This special issue also features sketchbook material by Rags Morales that will show you just what you're in for! You might think you're ready – but you're very, very wrong…

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Azzarello's Pulp Fiction 0

The Azzarello Magic:  Brian Azzarello dives into DC Comics with an interesting retro comic book about the Batman's first meeting with Doc Savage, the Man of Bronze.   An exciting overview of The First Wave, a comics project by Azzarello and artist Rags Morales looks hot as well, but I'm getting ahead of myself. I've been looking forward to this book for some time and though I was disappointed in the way the paneling was done, one confusing scene with Batman and Savage fighting (I'll go over...

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Batman / Doc Savage Special # 1 (Bang , Bang Shoot em up) 0

Batman / Doc Savage Special # 1    :  Well TB's  I know what most of you may be thinking  Bat-Man and Guns don't mix ,and you would be  right for the longest time The Bat-Man  never used a gun even when The Shadow  offer him one  in older issue of a 80 page  Batman Comic ,but dose not mean  he never had one or even  use it  he did in the 1930's , but stop using it  so he would not be a rip off  The Shadow . But as far this Issue  goes  this is a fun read  and could be a realy fun Ach when it com...

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