Eaglemoss does not sell these in the United States, presumably due to licensing issues, but in several countries, it sells these DC Comics Graphic Novels and The Legend of Batman collections, similar to its Star Trek Graphic Novels collection.
Customers sign up for a subscription, and every two weeks receive a new volume in the mail. As can be seen in the images below, the books’ spines form themed artwork (the Alex Ross image looks amazing in this format…much better than almost anything DC Comics has ever done with the multiple volumes of its omnibus version of comics).
In January 2017, Eaglemoss began a line of graphic novels to compile all existing Star Trek comic books from around the world into a single set. As of September 2020, Eaglemoss has released or announced 132 volumes of the series that may get extended to 160 volumes total.
The series compiles not only well known Trek comics series such as the Golden Key or IDW runs of Star Trek, but also includes more obscure comics like British newspaper strips; Tokyopop’s manga version of Star Trek; a run of Star Trek comics in Portuguese that haven’t been previously translated into English; and even the read-along illustrated stories from the Peter Pan Records series from the mid-1970s.