Dark night : a true Batman story / writer, Paul Dini ; artist and cover art, Eduardo Risso ; letterer, Todd Klein.

By: Dini, Paul [author.]Contributor(s): Risso, Eduardo [artist.] | Klein, Todd [letterer.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Burbank, CA : Vertigo, 2016Description: 128 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 27 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781401241438; 1401241433Other title: True Batman storySubject(s): Dini, Paul -- Comic books, strips, etc | Batman (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc | Victims of crimes -- Comic books, strips, etc | Comic books, strips, etc. -- United StatesGenre/Form: Superhero comics | Graphic novels | Comics (Graphic works) | Nonfiction comicsDDC classification: 741.5973 Summary: In the 1990s, legendary writer Paul Dini had a flourishing career writing the hugely popular Batman: The Animated Series and Tiny Toon Adventures. Walking home one evening, he was jumped and viciously beaten within an inch of his life. His recovery process was arduous, hampered by the imagined antics of the villains he was writing for television including the Joker, Harley Quinn and the Penguin. But despite how bleak his circumstances were, or perhaps because of it, Dini also always imagined the Batman at his side, chivvying him along during his darkest moments.
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Batman created by Bob Kane with Bill Fingers.

In the 1990s, legendary writer Paul Dini had a flourishing career writing the hugely popular Batman: The Animated Series and Tiny Toon Adventures. Walking home one evening, he was jumped and viciously beaten within an inch of his life. His recovery process was arduous, hampered by the imagined antics of the villains he was writing for television including the Joker, Harley Quinn and the Penguin. But despite how bleak his circumstances were, or perhaps because of it, Dini also always imagined the Batman at his side, chivvying him along during his darkest moments.

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