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Batman: The Court of Owls (DC Comics)

Greg Cox



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Titan Books
10 December 2019
Classic crime; Fiction-related items; Superheroes; Batman; DC Universe; Supervillains
The Court of Owls is a criminal secret society that has controlled Gotham City for centuries, led by some of the city's wealthiest and most influential families. They employ deadly trained assassins known as Talons, and in the modern day their activities pit them against Bruce Wayne - Batman.

This multi-generational saga reveals the grip the Court has maintained throughout the history of Gotham.
By:   Greg Cox
Imprint:   Titan Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 130mm, 
Weight:   368g
ISBN:   9781785658181
ISBN 10:   1785658182
Series:   Batman
Pages:   336
Publication Date:   10 December 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Greg Cox is a New York Times bestselling author known for novels tying into some of the most successful franchises in media today, including Star Trek, Planet of the Apes, Terminator, and Godzilla. He's contributed some of the most popular prose novels involving the DC Universe, from the sweeping mega-series 52, Countdown, and Final Crisis to the blockbuster movie tie-ins Batman: The Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel.

Reviews for Batman: The Court of Owls (DC Comics)

Anyone not indulging their inner Dark Knight by investigating Titan Books and DC Comics' current line of Batman prose novels is missing out on some of the best genre writing available. - SyFy a finely constructed mystery for Batman comics readers up for a new twist on Batman, for fans of NBC's Gotham series, and fans of the New 52 in particular - Borg.com an example of the best of classic Batman, weaving the elements that are most treasured by fans into its fast-paced and intricate plot - The BiblioSanctum a worthy follow up to the original story and I hope that Greg Cox isn't finished playing in the world of Batman and with the Court of Owls - The Batman Universe Overall, I really enjoyed Batman: The Court of Owls. The story was interesting and engaging, the characters were fully realized, and it left me wanting more in the end - Geekisphere

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