Series: Batman: Dark Victory

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Batman - Wizard #0 - Dark Victory by Jeph Loeb0
Batman: Dark Victory #1 - War by Jeph Loeb1
Batman: Dark Victory # 2 by Jeph Loeb2
Batman: Dark Victory # 3 by Jeph Loeb3
Batman: Dark Victory # 4 by Jeph Loeb4
Batman: Dark Victory # 55
Batman: Dark Victory # 6 by Jeph Loeb6
Batman: Dark Victory # 7 by Jeph Loeb7
Batman: Dark Victory # 8 by Jeph Loeb8
Batman: Dark Victory # 9 by Jeph Loeb9
Batman: Dark Victory # 1010
Batman: Dark Victory # 11 by Jeph Loeb11
Batman: Dark Victory # 12 by Jeph Loeb12
Batman: Dark Victory # 13 by Jeph Loeb13
Absolute Batman: Dark Victory by Jeph Loeb99
Batman: Dark Victory by Jeph Loeb99

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  4. Arkham Asylum by Grant Morrison (1989)
  5. Kingdom Come by Mark Waid (1997)
  6. The Fantastic Four Omnibus, Volume 1 by Stan Lee (2005)
  7. Fantastic Four by John Byrne Omnibus, Volume 2 by John Byrne (2013)
  8. Wonder Woman by George Pérez Omnibus, Volume One by George Pérez (2015)
  9. Batman Volume 3: Death of the Family by Scott Snyder (2013)
  10. Batman Eternal Volume 1 by Scott Snyder (2014)
  11. Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 1 by Bob Gale (1999)
  12. Robin: Year One by Chuck Dixon (2002)
  13. JSA Omnibus Volume Two by Geoff Johns (2014)
  14. The Flash by Geoff Johns - Omnibus, Vol. 2 by Geoff Johns (2012)
  15. Harley Quinn: Preludes and Knock-Knock Jokes by Karl Kesel (2007)

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