Batman (1999 mini-series) #0-13 [SET] — Dark Victory

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This epic continues the story of THE LONG HALLOWEEN. 

It is early in Batman's crime-fighting career, when James Gordon, Harvey Dent, and the vigilante himself were all just beginning their roles as Gotham's protectors. 

Once a town controlled by organized crime, Gotham City suddenly finds itself being run by lawless freaks, such as Poison Ivy, Mr. Freeze, and the Joker. 

Witnessing his city's dark evolution, the Dark Knight completes his transformation into the city's greatest defender.

He faces multiple threats, including the seeming return of a serial killer called Holiday.

Batman's previous investigation of Holiday's killings revealed that more than one person was responsible for the murders. 

So the question remains:

Who is committing Holiday's crimes this time?

And how many will die before Batman learns the truth? 

 

 

Collecting the 13-issue mini-series Plus issue #0.

 

 

Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #0
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Prelude"
A prelude story leading into the DARK VICTORY main title! Batman recounts the capture of the Holiday killer, now safely behind bars. But even with Holiday over, new villains begin emerging in Gotham City ready to make a name for themselves.
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Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #1 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"War"
The follow-up to BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN reunites writer Jeph Loeb and artist Tim Sale for an exciting 13-issue maxiseries! Set in the aftermath of THE LONG HALLOWEEN, Batman finds Gotham City caught in the middle of a battle between what's left of the Falcone mob and freakish villains such as the Joker, Mr. Freeze and Catwoman. Meanwhile, the serial killer named Holiday seems to have returned to a life of crime, but who is committing Holiday's murders this time?
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #2 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Secrets"
Only one person survived a murder attempt by the holiday killer. Was that just an accident or does the man in question, the Riddler, know more than he's telling? Now the villain is on the run from Batman as last issue's terrifying murder begs the question: Is Holiday at it again? Batman needs answers before another victim falls!
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #3 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Toys"
What do you want for Christmas? If you're living in Gotham City you'll only get one choice if the Scarecrow has his way: a nasty little toy called "The Fear Doll." New nightmares are unleashed on Batman as he faces one of his most dangerous foes all the while the mysterious serial killer who may or may not be Holiday continues unchecked!
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #4 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Lost" 
Where is Two Face? Missing since Halloween, is he responsible for the Dark Victory murders? Batman has to find him...and that means confronting Solomon Grundy!
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #5 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Love" 
It's Valentine's Day in Gotham City and murder can't be far behind. Secrets are revealed and decisions are made that will affect Batman, Catwoman, Jim Gordon and Janice Porter for the rest of their lives! And whatever you do, don't peek at the ending!
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #6 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Hate" 
Following last issue's stunning surprise ending, things are heating up in Gotham City's underworld and the Penguin wouldn't have it any other way. With his hands tied by the Hang Man case, can Batman stop the fowl felon from starting a gang war?
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #7 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Fools" 
In Gotham City, the Calendar Man sets out to prove that he's nobody's fool. Where has he been since breaking out of Arkham and why is the answer bad news for Batman? Plus, as the Freak/Mob war escalates, everyone is picking sides...so who gets the Joker?
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #8 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Battle" 
A night at the circus introduces the Dark Knight to a new ally as the maxiseries continues! It's the story readers have been waiting for as Bruce Wayne attends a night at the circus and a certain 10-year-old boy enters his life. But, if the Joker blows up Gotham City, will any of it matter? All this and the Hang Man, too!
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #9 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Orphans" 
The final act begins with a Father's Day look at two heroes, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson, whose lives were forever changed by the murders of their parents. Witness the stories of Batman's and Robin's first nights as orphans in Wayne Manor.
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #10 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Justice" 
Batman's hunt for Two-Face takes a chilling turn as the spectacular maxiseries nears its conclusion! In a city divided by Freaks and Gangsters can there be justice for anyone? As Batman searches for Harvey Dent, Mr. Freeze unexpectedly enters the picture. Plus, while the Hang Man's noose tightens around Gotham City, Dick Grayson makes a startling discovery!
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #11 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Passion" 
The number of clues, and the body count, continue to climb as the remarkable maxiseries (recently cover-featured in Wizard) nears its conclusion! In the heat of the summer, Batman confronts Poison Ivy as she makes her move. But will it be against Two Face or the Falcones? Plus, Dick Grayson gets closer to finding his parents' killer and the Hang Man strikes again!
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #12 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Revenge" 
The remarkable maxi-series builds to its shocking conclusion! This issue's called "Revenge," but revenge on whom? And, for that matter, by whom? After last issue's shocking turn of events, is it ever going to be possible to discover the true identity of the Hang Man? And how does Dick Grayson fit into all this?
Batman: Dark Victory (1999 mini-series) #13 (of 13)
By Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale. 
"Peace" 
The epic conclusion to Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's Batman masterpiece! What connection does the Hang Man have to Harvey Dent, and can the murders be stopped before the most horrifying killing of them all takes place? This time Batman is no longer alone in his quest for justice as a young, inexperienced Robin joins him and the dynamic duo is born!