Batman by Grant Morrison Omnibus Vol. 1
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A wildly entertaining ride that's been at all times challenging, unsettling, amusing, inventive, iconic and epic.
The pits are known to warp the psyche of those who use them, so making Jason a murderous anti-Batman would be the way to go if the editorial insists on keeping him around. It only collects Morrison’s writing, but there are some explications here and there to fill the blanks. Después de Crisis Infinita y los cambios de equipos que trajo el evento, probablemente Batman fuera el personaje que se viera más favorecido con el cambio. After the mysterious and somewhat shocking climax of Morrison’s first act, his second is split between a straight-up superhero story with many chuckles (that’s this part!However, Damian is the most challenging ward Batman has been handed, raised with the sense of arrogance you would expect from the grandson of Ra’s al Ghul. This Batman of Zur-en-arrh was so whack, hilarious and great at the same time, I loved every last bit of it.
I.P, one of my favorite Batman stories that relies on the previous stories as well as the silver age and the Bat god written Batman who prepares for everything. Then, midway through 2012, Batman Incorporated relaunched and charged through 15 issues in 14 months to complete Morrison’s opus. In a story from 1958, an alien scientist named Tlano saw transmissions from Earth and was inspired by Batman. The New York Times bestselling tales of Batman by Grant Morrison are now collected in their entirety in this oversize omnibus edition!So, some years ago, Batman underwent something like a sensory deprivation experiment or an isolation chamber experiment (I'm not sure how to explain it), hosted by Dr Hurt, in an effort to experience and understand Joker's madness. The foundations are laid throughout the issues, but the RIP storyline that wraps up this omnibus is where all the hints and buildup pay off.
I wan't a statue of him in my living room and a whole series about him just being confused in Gotham. The front cover and the spine of the dust jacket are beautiful and look great on the shelf, and the hardcover itself has a nice Black and White Batman logo on it. I loved Time and the Batman, but only because I love seeing modern stories with Dick Grayson as Robin.
Batman gets help from some of the girls working the street after he’s left a bloody mess and has a vision where Damian appears, telling him there is a third imposter who is the worst of them all.
Even if I have problems with the story Morrison is writing (and I have a few), I genuinely adore the energy and the enthusiasm that you can sense in these tales – the sense that Morrison is stretching the modern concept of Batman just a little bit, playing outside the stereotypical comfort zones. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).
Grant Morrison has been working with DC Comics for twenty five years, after beginning his American comics career with acclaimed runs on ANIMAL MAN and DOOM PATROL.