BATMAN (1940) (#0-713) (DC) #663 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Batman (1940) #663
"The Clown at Midnight" is drawn by John Van Fleet. Writer Grant Morrison begins his much-anticipated run on Batman with this mainly text adventure of yet another classic clash between the Darknight Detective and the Joker. The Clown Prince of Crime is becoming a new man, emerging from his cocoon of bandages (for injuries sustained from his last tussle with Batman) like some horrific twisted butterfly.

To celebrate his re-awakening, the Joker has sent out his devoted minion Harley Quinn to ensure the deaths of all of his former henchmen in comedic and terrible ways. Red and black roses that combine to form a deadly toxin are his weapon of choice in this latest murder spree. And after a brief but explosive encounter between the Batman and Harley Quinn, the action shifts back to Arkham Asylum where the Joker has freed himself and is about to walk out the front door!

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: BATMAN (1940) (#0-713) (DC)
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