In this list, we will be taking a look at the 10 greatest black and white DC Comics that have left a lasting impact on the comic book industry.
Watchmen was first published as a limited series of 12 issues by DC Comics from 1986 to 1987. It is a graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons.
“Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” is a four-issue comic book limited series created by writer and artist Frank Miller, and was first published by DC Comics in 1986.
The story focuses on the early days of Bruce Wayne’s career as Batman, as well as the rise of Lieutenant James Gordon in the Gotham City Police Department.
Considered as one of the top-notch Batman graphic novels accessible on DC Universe Infinite, “Batman: Haunted Knight” written by Jeph Loeb and Doug Moench, and illustrated by Tim Sale.
“Sandman” is a critically acclaimed comic book series written by Neil Gaiman and published by DC Comics under their Vertigo imprint.
The story is set in a dystopian future version of the United Kingdom, where a fascist government has taken control and oppressed its citizens.
DC’s Noir series, featuring classic tales published in black and white, is a brilliant concept that has garnered a lot of love from fans. One of the most prominent characters.
The story is set in the 1950s and explores the origins of the Silver Age of comic books, as well as the Cold War tensions of the time. It features a large cast of DC Comics characters.
Court of Owls is another addition to the Batman Noir series, which established a notorious villain as a permanent member of the Caped Crusader’s rogues gallery.
"Batman: Hush” is a 12-issue comic book storyline published by DC Comics in 2002-2003. It was written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Jim Lee.