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in: Mike Carlin/Executive Editor, Kelley Jones/Cover Artist, Chuck Dixon/Writer Doug Moench/Writer, Alan Grant/Writer, Graham Nolan/Penciler, Klaus Janson/Penciler, Jim Aparo/Penciler, Bret Blevins/Penciler, Scott Hanna/Inker, Klaus Janson/Inker, Rick Burchett/Inker, Mike Manley/Inker, Bret Blevins/Inker, Steve George/Inker, Dick Giordano/Inker, Terry Austin/Inker, Adrienne Roy/Colourist, Klaus Janson/Colourist, John Costanza/Letterer, Ken Bruzenak/Letterer, Richard Starkings/Letterer, Todd Klein/Letterer, Scott Peterson/Editor, Neal Pozner/Editor, Dennis O'Neil/Editor, Jordan B. Gorfinkel/Editor, Darren Vincenzo/Editor, Collected Editions, 1993, September (Publication), Batman Vol 1/Collections, Knightfall, Knightfall Crossover, Detective Comics Vol 1/Collections, Batman: Shadow of the Bat Vol 1/Collections

Batman: Knightfall Part Two - Who Rules the Night (Collected)

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Batman: Knightfall Part Two - Who Rules the Night (Collected)

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This paperback collects the Who Rules the Night storyline. Who Rules the Night is a Batman storyline published as part of the Batman: Knightfall trilogy. It was written by Chuck Dixon, Alan Grant, and Doug Moench, with illustrations by Jim Aparo, Bret Blevins, Klaus Janson, Kelley Jones, and Graham Nolan.

Knightfall is the first installment in the Batman: Knightfall trilogy, which also includes Knightquest and KnightsEnd. This paperback, Who Rules the Night, collects the second arc of Knightfall, following Batman: Knightfall Part One - Broken Bat. This leads into the Knightquest arcs The Crusade and The Search. The story, which was published between July and October, 1993, deals with Jean-Paul Valley becoming the second Batman. Valley takes down Bane, who broke Bruce Wayne's back.


This paperback collects the following comic books:



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