|Title: Batman Dark Victory #13 Double page splash Catwoman art by Tim Sale||Number:|
|Type: Original Art||Page Color:||Publisher Date: DC, 2000||Price: $35,000.00|
This spectacular piece gives a vividly new and fresh meaning to the term, "VA VA VOOM!" Original double splash page artwork for Batman: Dark Victory #13 (DC, 2000), pages 4-5 by the late fan favorite Tim Sale (pencils and inks). Dark Victory was a 14-part (including an issue #0) maxi-series, which ran from 1999-2000 and was written by award winning seasoned scribe Jeph Loeb. The tale is a worthy sequel to Loeb and Sale's very popular 13-part maxi-series "The Long Halloween," published in 1996-1997. Dark Victory is a somber and foreboding tale that takes place primarily four to five years into Batman's career, when he was still fighting crime as a solo act, while his relationship with the Gotham City police department was still rather volatile at best. Loeb's engrossing plot centers around a series of mysterious murders involving various Gotham City police officers by an elusive serial killer only known as the Hangman. Another central plot point to this storyline is a territory war between Two-Face and the remnants of the Falcone mob family, led by the vengeful Sofia Falcone. Also included in the tale is the adoption of young orphaned Dick Grayson by Bruce Wayne and his Grayson's origin in becoming Robin the Boy Wonder.
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