Overview Now, after making it through the hundreds of pages from Volumes 1 and Volume 2, I was apprehensive to go ahead with volume 3 but excited to finally bring Knightfall to a close in Batman: Knightfall Volume 3: KnightsEnd. Chuck Dixon made the previous two volumes an emotional rollercoaster of sorts, and he left …
Knighfall is major story arc which first ran in April 1993 before ending in August 1994. It completely dominated most Batman related books for that period.
They have been released in original comic form and collected editions – most recently in three volumes: Batman: Knightfall Volume 1, Batman: KnightFall Volume 2: KnightQuest and Batman: Knightfall Volume 3: KnightsEnd.
There are three main chapters with additional epilogues which have been collected and included – Knightfall, Knightquest and KnightsEnd. Inside these three main chapters are sub chapters which are as follows:
Who Rules the Night
Overview In Batman Knightfall Volume 2: Knightquest, Chuck Dixon comes back strong as he delivers the second installment of this trilogy. While less notorious than the previous installment, I think these chapters are still enjoyable to read and follow along with the overall atmosphere of the Batman franchise. That being said, there is one thing …
Overview Chuck Dixon’s adaption of the dark knight in Batman: Knightfall is arguably one of the most popular installments in the history of Batman. In volume 1 of the groundbreaking installment, we watch Batman as he faces countless, classic villains as the Arkham Asylum has been broken into leaving many of the craziest criminals free …