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Gotham by Midnight 1
by Ray Fawkes and Ben Templesmith


Overview - Spinning out of Batman Eternal, Detective Jim Corrigan aka The Spectre stars in his very own series Gotham By Midnight

Normally Batman and the other caped protectors of Gotham have the streets of the city covered. But when monsters, ghosts and other supernatural beings enter the mix, even the Dark Knight needs help.  Read more...


 
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Overview

Spinning out of Batman Eternal, Detective Jim Corrigan aka The Spectre stars in his very own series Gotham By Midnight

Normally Batman and the other caped protectors of Gotham have the streets of the city covered. But when monsters, ghosts and other supernatural beings enter the mix, even the Dark Knight needs help. Enter Detective Jim Corrigan aka the Spectre to prowl the streets of Gotham, solving the unsolvable supernatural crimes the city can muster.

Collects Gotham By Midnight #1-6.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781401254735
  • ISBN-10: 140125473X
  • Publisher: Dc Comics
  • Publish Date: August 2015

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2015-08-31
  • Reviewer: Staff

The X-Files meets Constantine inside Arkham Asylum in this offshoot from last year's Batman Eternal series. Jim Corrigan, aka the Spectre, is one of the not-quite-normal officers assigned by Commissioner Gordon to Gotham City PD's Detailed Case Task Force. The group is an off-the-books operation charged with fighting evil of a supernatural nature, including a number of child disappearances that point to sinister activities afoot in Gotham. Even Batman (who appears in cameos) can't handle this job. This collection doesn't stint on either the atmosphere or the action. The former is present in the gothic tonalities from various artists, including Templesmith, that darken every gloomy page. The latter is kicked swiftly into high gear once it becomes clear that Corrigan's Spectre side can't exactly be contained. Fawkes's careful assembly of his motley crew of misfits is slowed when they spend far too much time gaping in terror at the Lovecraftian evil exploding all around. With a more organic pace, this could develop into a worthwhile series. (Aug.)

 
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