FRANK MILLER & DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI'S GENRE-DEFINING VERSION OF THE DARK KNIGHT'S EARLY CRIME-FIGHTING YEARS RETURNS TO PRINT IN ITS ORIGINAL FORM! Before Batman became synonymous with striking fear into the hearts of cowardly and superstitious criminals, there was just Bruce Wayne, an orphaned millionaire who was Gotham City's prodigal son by day and an angry vigilante by night. Despite his best efforts, Bruce knows that his nightly patrols have very little effect in making a difference in a city that has forgotten what justice is. In order to inspire real change, he will need to become something more than a man…he will need to become a symbol. Bruce isn't the only crusader trying to clean up the streets. Lieutenant James Gordon is a good cop who's tired of the corruption that has infiltrated every aspect of Gotham, including the GCPD. Together, these two might stand a chance of restoring some sense of order in Gotham City--if the mob or dirty cops don't take them out first! From Frank Miller (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns) and David Mazzucchelli (Daredevil) comes one of the most revered storylines in the Batman mythos, Year One, presented in these facsimile re-creations with the original printing colors and period-correct ads.