Kelley Jones' rendition of Batman may not be everyone's cup of tea, what with the exaggerated ears and flat-out ridiculous physique. However, there's no denying that Jones is one of the most distinctive and influential artists ever to work on the franchise. Who could forget this hulking, brooding take on the Dark Knight or Jones' vision of an emaciated, vampiric Batman in books like Batman & Dracula: Red Rain? The main selling point with Batman: Kings of Fear is that this miniseries allows Jones to dive back into Gotham City and bring some much-needed '90s flavor to the Batman line. It's very much a comic where the visuals trump the story.