Does Batman Finally Seek Treatment for His Mental Health Issues in The Batman's Grave #5? [Preview]

For decades, Batman has terrorized the underworld of Gotham City by dressing up as a bat and beating the @#$% out of mentally ill criminals. But the question must be asked: is Batman okay himself? The Batman's Grave #5, by Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch, provides a definitive answer to that question.

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

 

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

As Commissioner Gordon, a close friend of Batman's who is obviously worried about him, urges him to seek treatment at a world-renowned medical facility.

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

 

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

Batman does show up…

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

And he's greeted by one of the world's foremost experts on the subject.

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

But Batman is immediately confrontational with Arkham.

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

And though Arkham offers a clear diagnosis of Batman's problem…

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

…Batman, in denial, refuses to accept help.

The Batman's Grave #5 [Preview]

Will Batman get the help he needs? The Batman's Grave #5 hits stores on Wednesday, and we'll find out.

BATMANS GRAVE #5 (OF 12)
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(W) Warren Ellis (A) Kevin Nowland (A/CA) Bryan Hitch
The Batman is summoned to Arkham Asylum, where he is presented with parts of a deadly puzzle he couldn't see assembling all around him. And he may not make it out alive.
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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