[PDF / Epub] ☉ Batman Author James Robinson – Anguillais.us

Batman In This New Collection Of Supernatural Tales, Batman Is First Called To London To Investigate A Series Of Murders That Seem To Have Been Committed By A Werewolf Then, He Must Battle A Pair Of Bioengineered Soldiers Turned Killing Machines Or Die Trying And In The Final Story In This Volume, Batman Faces One Of His Oldest Foes Clayface Collecting BATMAN LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT 71 73, 83, 84, 89 And 90.

[PDF / Epub] ☉ Batman  Author James Robinson – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Batman
  • James Robinson
  • English
  • 18 June 2017
  • 1401224946

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ☉ Batman Author James Robinson – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Batman Monsters collects 1990s Legends of the Dark Knight comics that have a weak creature link between them The Legends of the Dark Knight series supposedly focused on Batman s early years when he started out, but you couldn t tell with the generic, throwaway Batman stories in this volume.The first, by James Robinson, sees Batman visiting London to fight werewolves Robinson was never the best Batman writer and having a stereotypical foggy London and blandly monstrous werewolves in the Batman Monsters collects 1990s Legends of the Dark Knight comics that have a weak creature link between them The Legends of the Dark Knight series supposedly focused on Batman s early years when he started out, but you couldn t tell with the generic, throwaway Batman stories in this volume.The first, by James Robinson, sees Batman visiting London to fight werewolves Robinson was never the best Batman writer and having a stereotypical foggy London and blandly monstrous werewolves in the background doesn t make it a compelling read It was mostly sluggish and boring.The second story, Infected, is written by Warren Ellis with John McCrea art It follows two genetically engineered soldiers who have broken free of their restraints and begun a rampage in Gotham, believing a war is on This is actually the best Batman story of the th...


  2. says:

    The stories in this book appeared in publication order, which was a mistake James Robinson s Werewolf was not the story to open with neither the characters nor the story are engaging, and it is too long However, it has a couple of surprising similarities with The Hounds of Baskerville, the episode of Sherlock that would air 17 years after the publications of these issues Next came Warren Ellis s Infected, which was why I bought this collection in the first place, years ago This story is The stories in this book appeared in publication order, which was a mistake James Robinson s Werewolf was not the story to open with neither the characters nor the story are engaging, and it is too long However, it has a couple of surprising similarities with The Hounds of Baskerville, the episode of Sherlock that would air 17 years after the publications of these issues Next came Warren Ellis s...


  3. says:

    I read anything with Batman in it even when I shouldn t I trudged through reading Batman turning into a vampire, because well the man has been my favorite vigilant super hero I don t enjoy seeing Batman up against the paranormal I enjoy reading about him actually going up the villains created ...


  4. says:

    These three stories aren t too bad They should be considering the quality of the names lined up here Alan Grant s Clayface effort is the best of the trio the script and art are both pretty good But what is the point of this book No self respecting Batman fa...


  5. says:

    Not a bad set of stories The GN itself is poor, no effort made with an intro, epilogue, anything, just straight reprints, including covers The stories are all decent enough, moody writing and art, and some nice early turns by James Robinson, Wa...


  6. says:

    Batman fighting monsters is not concept unheard of A couple of 1939 comics had him pit against a vampire called The Monk, who is able to command werewolves The stories here are enjoyable, but they do not really stand out as other Batman stories do.


  7. says:

    Me parece que todav a no le ninguno de los n meros que componen este tomo, pero pinta interesante Creo tambi n que no incluye Batman Alas , que ECC Sudam rica sac en revista hace poco Pero en el caso de que s lo incluya, van mis tres estrellitas provisorias.


  8. says:

    Long winded review here Please note there s some swearingchances are there will be swearing in anything I link to, so if you don t like that, don t follow links from here


  9. says:

    not the best collection ever, i can safely say it was quite interesting to read something of warren ellis that was this old i really haven t read much of his pre transmet stuff , and his story alone bumps this up to three stars.


  10. says:

    The best story was the one with Clayface the others were meh

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