Elseworlds Batman (Size: 1.24 GB)
collection of Batman Elseworlds Publications
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Batman: Thrillkiller - one three part mini-series and one one-shot collected into one volume:
Batgirl and Robin: Thrillkiller (1997) - Barbara Gordon (Batgirl) and Dick Grayson (Robin) as part of the 1960s counterculture. (3 issues)
Batgirl and Batman: Thrillkiller '62 (1998) - After Robin's death, Bruce Wayne becomes Batman and pairs with Batgirl to avenge his death and take down his killers.
Batman & Demon: A Tragedy (2000) - Bruce Wayne is possessed by the demon Etrigan.
Tales of the Multiverse: Batman - Vampire (2007) - three graphic novels collected into one volume:
Batman and Dracula: Red Rain (1991) - Batman faces off against Dracula, and must become a vampire to effectively face his nemesis. (HC, SC)
Batman: Bloodstorm (1994) - Batman fights an army of vampires led by the Joker in Gotham, while battling the hunger for blood that will doom him. (HC, SC)
Batman: Crimson Mist (1998) - A now fully vampiric Batman is revived by a tormented Alfred, and goes on a killing spree of his former adversaries. (HC, SC)
Batman/Houdini: The Devil's Workshop (1993) - Batman teams up with Harry Houdini to fight child-stealing vampires in 1907.
Batman/Lobo (2000) - In a severely twisted version of Gotham, Joker hires the infamous "Main Man" Lobo to take out the Dark Knight. After Lobo kills everyone close to Batman, Joker is forced to call him off after the revelation that Joker is Batman's long-lost twin Joey Wayne.
Batman: The Blue, the Grey, and the Bat (1992) - Batman and Robin in the American Civil War.
Batman: The Book of the Dead (1999) - The Waynes are a rich archaeologist family and this story revolves around a lesser known but important Egyptian Bat-God. (2 issues)
Batman: Leatherwing - Batman is a Pirate in the employ of the British crown.
The Bride of Leatherwing - Focuses on Captiana Felina (Catwoman)
Batman: Brotherhood of the Bat (1995) - 50 years into the future, Batman is dead, and the planet is within the grip of a plague set off by Ra's al Ghul. He uses Bruce Wayne's rejected costume designs to create a league of costumed assassins, who are eventually confronted by Tallant, the son of Batman and Talia al Ghul.
Sequel: Batman: League of Batmen (2001) - Tallant's efforts to cure the plague with his own costumed Bat-force are hampered by a still-alive, but much more demonic, Ra's al Ghul. (2 issues)
Associated: Batman: Knightgallery (1995) - Collected art on which the books are based.
Batman: Castle of the Bat (1994) - Based on the Frankenstein legend, young Dr. Bruce Wayne attempts to resurrect his father into an avenging Bat-Man to discover who killed his parents.
The Batman Chronicles (1995–2001) - A quarterly Batman title covering single and/or not necessarily within continuity stories. Two all-Elseworlds issues were published:
Issue #11 (Winter 1998): Features the stories Berlin Batman; The Bride of Leatherwing and Curse of the Cat-Woman.
Issue #21 (Summer 2000): Features the stories Apocalypse Girl; Mystery of Citizen Wayne and Silent Tale of the Bat.
Batman: Claws of the Catwoman (1999) A 1930's Batman teams up with Lord Greystoke/Tarzan to assist the priestess of an African Cat-Cult protect her people's treasures from Two Faced mercenary Finnigan Dent.
Batman: Dark Allegiances (1996) - Batman, Catwoman, and Alfred Pennyworth as Robin are OSS agents.
Batman/Dark Joker: The Wild (1993) - A fantasy tale of the wizard known as Dark Joker and his battles against the avenging Dark Knight. (HC, SC & Ashcan)
Batman: Dark Knight Dynasty (1997) - A centuries-old feud between the Wayne family and the immortal Vandal Savage begins with Bruce Wayne's ancestor Sir Joshua of Wainwright, at the time of the Templar Knights, and ends with his descendant, Vice President Brenda Wayne, in the Gotham of the 25th century.
Batman: Dark Knight of the Round Table (1998) - Batman as a knight in King Arthur's court. (2 issues)
Batman: Detective No. 27 (2003) - In 1938, Bruce Wayne becomes a secret crimefighter without donning a costume. The title is a reference to Detective Comics #27, the issue in which Batman first appeared. (HC, SC)
Batman: Digital Justice (1990) - Digitally produced alternate future (HC)
Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham (2000) - Bruce Wayne is a 1920s pulp fiction adventurer fighting Lovecraft-inspired monsters. Written by Mike Mignola, creator of Hellboy, in which similar villains appear. (3 issues)
Batman: The Golden Streets of Gotham (2003) - Turn-of-the-century Gotham is full of greedy industrialists who gain profit by degrading and tormenting their workers. Bruno Vaneko is a railroad worker whose parents were factory workers killed in a fire akin to the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. Desperate for justice, he dons a bat costume and joins a citywide worker strike.
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight (1989) - The first officially published Elseworlds title, though it doesn't carry the Elseworlds logo. A Victorian era Batman fights Jack the Ripper.
Sequel: Batman: Master of the Future (1991) - The Victorian Batman faces off against a maniacal genius unwilling to allow the 20th Century's technological advances to enter Gotham.
Batman: Gotham Noir (2001) - A film noir homage set in the late 1940s. Features James Gordon as a main character.
Batman: Haunted Gotham (1999–2000) Gotham has been taken over by the Dark Lords of Hell, and escape is impossible. After watching his parents being killed by a werewolf, a grown-up Bruce Wayne becomes the Batman, as per his father's instructions from beyond the grave, and sets out to free Gotham with the help of a living skeleton named Cal and a shape-shifting gypsy seer named Cat Majik. (4 issues)
Batman: Hollywood Knight (2001) Severe head trauma causes an actor who plays Batman in film serials to believe he is actually the Dark Knight. (3 issues)
Batman: Holy Terror (1991) - The first book to carry the Elseworlds logo and the second officially published Elseworlds book. Reverend Bruce Wayne becomes Batman to fight corruption in a theocratic world.
Batman: I, Joker (1998) - A futuristic Gotham City is led by a cult that follows Batman's descendant, a self-proclaimed god known only as The Bruce. The current Joker must find a way to survive long enough to face his nemesis and free Gotham from his influence.
Batman: In Darkest Knight (1994) - Bruce Wayne becomes a Green Lantern.
Batman: Manbat (1995) (3 issues)
Batman: Masque (1997) - Set at the Gotham Opera in the 1890s. Inspired by the Phantom of the Opera, with Batman and Two-Face sharing the Phantom role.
Batman: Master of the Future (2000)
Batman: Nevermore (2003) - Batman teams with then-newspaper reporter Edgar Allan Poe to solve a series of raven-themed murders. (5 issues)
Batman: Nine Lives (2002) (HC, SC)
Batman: Nosferatu (1999) - Sequel to Superman's Metropolis which combines the Batman mythos with both The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Nosferatu.
The Batman of Arkham (2000) - Set in 1900, Bruce Wayne is an early psychiatrist and head of Arkham Asylum, with Jonathan Crane as his assistant.
Batman: The Order of Beasts (2004) Batman attempts to break up a spy ring in England during World War II. Sits comfortably with the continuity of Golden Age Batman stories. Co-written and illustrated by Eddie Campbell.
Batman: Reign of Terror (1998) - Set during the French Revolution with Bruce Wayne as a French nobleman who becomes a masked crimefighter carrying convicted innocents out of France, a la The Scarlet Pimpernel.
Batman: Scar of the Bat (1996) - A masked avenger helps Eliot Ness take on Al Capone in 1920s Prohibition Chicago.
Batman: Two Faces (1998) - A recasting of Jekyll and Hyde, as a Victorian era Bruce Wayne tries to purge both his own evil side, which is a version of The Joker, and that of Two-Face.
Batman: Year 100 (2006) - In the year 2039, government agents are trying to deduce the identity of a man bearing the mask and symbol of the long forgotten Batman.
Catwoman: Guardian of Gotham (1999) - A heroic Catwoman (based in Kyle Manor) battles a psychotic Batman. (2 issues)
Daredevil/Batman: Eye for an Eye (Marvel, 1997) - Marvel crossover, officially labelled an Elseworlds tale.
Batman/Daredevil: King of New York (1999)
Robin 3000 (1992) - A teenage descendant of Bruce Wayne battles an alien invasion at the turn of the next millennium. (2 issues)