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Batman The Dark Knight Archives, Vol. 1

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Published by DC Comics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Graphic novels,
  • Graphic Novels - Superheroes,
  • Comics & Graphic Novels,
  • Fiction - Fantasy,
  • Fiction,
  • Science Fiction,
  • Fiction / Graphic Novels,
  • Graphic Novels - General

  • Edition Notes

    DC Archive Editions

    SeriesBatman The Dark Knight Archives (1)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8644979M
    ISBN 10156389050X
    ISBN 109781563890505

    Batman Knightfall — Originally a huge arching story in several titles. The JokerBatman The Dark Knight Archives psychopath who is notorious for using a special toxin that kills and mutilates his victims, remains one of the most prolific and notorious Batman villains created in this time period. He zones out, but comes back to his senses when the news comes back on listing numerous crimes that are happening in Gotham. How would you describe their two characters? Especially in the beginning of the story, it is clear that he is struggling with inner demons that are telling him to pick up where he left off as Batman. He jettisoned the sillier aspects that had crept into the series such as Ace the Bathound and Bat-Mite and gave the character a "New Look" that premiered in Detective Comics May

    I was surprised by how good and detailed the art actually was, and also the predominance of full figure action shots. For Batman The Dark Knight Archives, in Batman 1, we see that Batman has a Gatling gun attached to his bat plane. But it also starts out in a funny little cul-de-sac of Batman continuity that's post-Crisis, yet pre-Year One, meaning that Jason Todd is still a baby and Catwoman isn't the dark-and-gritty modern-day prostitute. Another entirely shallow Silver Age-y comic. Typically, the primary challenges that the Batman faced in this era were derived from villains who were purely evil; however, by the s, the motivations of these characters, including obsessive compulsion, child abuse, and environmental fanaticism, were being explored more thoroughly. These opposites bring out the best in one another and the story lays the groundwork for a valuable future father-son relationship.

    The separate stories tied together to illustrate that the legacy of Batman is unending, and will survive into the furthest reaches of time. Bloom, who is distributing various seed-like devices that grant its user extraordinary superpowers at the cost of their lives to select few individuals. Gotham by Gaslight — one-shot by Mignola putting Batman in a different time period. Shelves: graphic-novels This is a great collection to read, for the historical perspective, if nothing else.


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