!!> KINDLE ❥ Batman: Damned ❆ Author Brian Azzarello – Diclofenac16.us

Batman: DamnedThe Joker Has Been Murdered His Killer Is A Mystery Batman Is The World S Greatest Detective But What Happens When The Person He Is Searching For Is The Man Staring Back At Him In The Mirror With No Memory Of The Events Of The Previous Night, Batman Is Going To Need Some Help So Who Better To Set Him Straight Than John Constantine The Problem With That Is As Much As John Loves A Good Mystery, He Loves Messing With People S Heads Even So With John S Help, The Pair Will Delve Into The Sordid Underbelly Of Gotham As They Race Toward The Mind Blowing Truth Of Who Murdered The Joker Batman Damned Is A Visceral Thrill Ride And Supernatural Horror Story Told By Two Of Comics Greatest Modern Creators, Brian Azzarello And Lee BermejoThe DC Black Label Imprint Features Classic DC Characters In Compelling, Standalone Stories Written And Illustrated By World Class Authors And Artists

!!> KINDLE ❥ Batman: Damned ❆ Author Brian Azzarello – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 176 pages
  • Batman: Damned
  • Brian Azzarello
  • 02 January 2017
  • 1401291406

    10 thoughts on “!!> KINDLE ❥ Batman: Damned ❆ Author Brian Azzarello – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    This thing was incomprehensible It seemedlike an excuse to show Bermejo s redesigns for DC s magic charactersthan anything else Like Joker was an excuse to redesign Batman s rogues gallery, this was an exorcise for Bermejo to get his hands on Justice League Dark The art is fantastic, even if he does oversexualize Zatanna Visually this book is stunning I just doesn t tell you inthan broad stokes what was going on with Batman at all The book is semi narrated by John Constan This thing was incomprehensible It seemedlike an excuse to show Bermejo s redesigns for DC s magic charactersthan anything else Like Joker was an excuse to redesign Batman s rogues gallery, this was an exorcise for Bermejo to get his hands on Justice League Dark The art is fantastic, even if he does oversexualize Zatanna Visually this book is stunning I just doesn t tell you inthan broad stokes what was going on with Batman at all The book is semi narrated by John Constantine You d think that would work great given that Azzarello wrote Hellblazer for over 5 years, but it s awful He just spouts page after page of meaningless bullshit If there hadn t been all the hullabaloo about showing Batman s dick, this book would have already been forgotten


  2. says:

    Awesome art work and a good concept but that is about it Batman wakes up in in an back of a ambulance the the whole story goes to Wonderland from there Batman learns the Joker is dead, the witness is a hobo who is not a hobo, and the Justice League Dark cast in completely different roles I have no I death why Also he is seeing visions that young family life was not as happy as we previously remembered.Constantine is annoying narrator guide on Batmans journey.I have to say I have always hated Awesome art work and a good concept but that is about it Batman wakes up in in an back of a ambulance the the whole story goes to Wonderland from there Batman learns the Joker is dead, the witness is a hobo who is not a hobo, and the Justice League Dark cast in completely different roles I have no I death why Also he is seeing visions that young family life was not as happy as we previously remembered.Constantine is annoying narrator guide on Batmans journey.I have to say I have always hated horror stories, I did figure me liking Batman so much, would even the scales Unfortunately it did not I especially hate the ending A great as the art work is I would not recommend this


  3. says:

    Oh boy, what a mess Batman Damned is a very clumsy attempt at creating an adult Batman comic, and I m not just talking about the whole Batwang controversy, or the fact that it daringly uses words like shit and fuck Azzarello s writing is pretentious, the story is nearly incomprehensible, trying to pass for being deep and meaningful yet not really saying anything profound or interesting about Batman or his world This book felt like it was written by an angsty teenager who thinks his edg Oh boy, what a mess Batman Damned is a very clumsy attempt at creating an adult Batman comic, and I m not just talking about the whole Batwang controversy, or the fact that it daringly uses words like shit and fuck Azzarello s writing is pretentious, the story is nearly incomprehensible, trying to pass for being deep and meaningful yet not really saying anything profound or interesting about Batman or his world This book felt like it was written by an angsty teenager who thinks his edgy poetry is groundbreaking and hey, I used to be that teenager, too I really hope I won t be when I m 56 like Brian Azzarello, though Lee Bermejo s art is mostly great, though his laughably thick and muscly Batman and over sexualised Zatanna and Harley do nothing to sway away that hormonal teenager is making this book feeling Overall Damned sorry, couldn t resist


  4. says:

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.The DC Black Label imprint allows world class authors and artists to write stand alone stories featuring classic DC characters To inaugurate this imprint, the first story to embrace the logo features two exciting creators who have accomplished incredible stories on their own and now look to stun the world with a dark and horrifying tale centered around Batman Unfortunately, a controversy surges from this story and it is nothingirrelevant You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.The DC Black Label imprint allows world class authors and artists to write stand alone stories featuring classic DC characters To inaugurate this imprint, the first story to embrace the logo features two exciting creators who have accomplished incredible stories on their own and now look to stun the world with a dark and horrifying tale centered around Batman Unfortunately, a controversy surges from this story and it is nothingirrelevant as the open portrayal of Bruce Wayne s penis While it almost sounds like a joke, this issue has led the company to act quickly, considering this content too mature for its audience DC thus decided to quickly act upon this revelation and to censor it from any future edition, including this edition This news has unfortunately tainted the graphic novel and gave this story the burden to try and overcome this obstacle despite the tough start While fans will hope that the story will speak for itself, it isn t one that will unanimously please everyone.What is Batman Damned about Gravely injured, Batman looks for help as he crawls his way through Gotham until an unexpected helping hand reaches for him and pulls him out of his despair It s none other than John Constantine and he isn t here to make Batman s life any easier Having no memory of the night before, Bruce Wayne now discovers that a man was murdered, one who was considered a monster who has brought terror to Gotham and took so many lives out of pure pleasure the Joker As the World s Greatest Detective, Batman looks to find out who killed the Clown Prince of Gotham but runs intotrouble along the way as he embarks on an internal psychological battle where his purpose is questioned As they both delve into the sordid underbelly of Gotham, they also encounter a couple of allies who could either lead them in the right direction or right into a truth that Batman is not ready to confront.This stand alone story missed its mark and to dissect it would be to overthink it when the final product should ve had a better foundation and a clearer direction in the first place While it could easily be seen as a sequel to Brian Azzarello s Joker, it still remains the first original story arc to launch the DC Black Label imprint, one that is as dark and supernatural as it could ever get in Gotham Split into three issues, this miniseries allows writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermejo to utilize characters often associated with the Justice League Dark while mooring them around Batman Sadly, none of the characters that are shoehorned into the story know any form of character development and solely relish from an elegant artistic portrayal by Lee Bermejo.Throughout the story, readers are subjugated to Batman s inner turmoil as he plunges into madness and loses control on reality which leads the reader to often wonder if they re in front of hallucinations or not While it is a treat to watch supernatural elements being infused into Batman s existence, it struggles to find relevance as it dissolves with the dreams, hallucinations and abstract imagery that is intended to bring him to reflect on his purpose as the Dark Knight In fact, the whole story tries to help him ponder on his control over fear by thus looking at his lack of control on it While the idea is interesting, the execution is lackluster.It is indeed fascinating to watch Bruce Wayne go through some of the strongest emotions he has had to suppress throughout his legacy, especially fear However, we re also confronted with tangent issues within the plot where hypersexualized female characters make brief appearances with no real purpose, where heroes that delve in magical and mythical lore appear and disappear to only remind us of their existence and nothing , and where a narrator John Constantine who speaks in puns and disorienting maxims steers the reader away from any possibility of understanding what is going on.Fortunately, the artwork is the driving force of this graphic novel and it is no surprise Artist Lee Bermejo is one of the best at what he does as he draws an astonishingly realistic and grim Gotham, drenched in a colour scheme that is beyond impressive, as well as some of the best character designs in the industry although the hypersexualization is unnecessary How he successfully blends the supernatural with Gotham s landscape is stunning One conveys the natural menace of criminals while the other illustrates the intangible oddity from the realm of magic There s a compact colouring that occurs for either Batman s shadow or blood that feels like a juxtaposition on the general art, seeming a bit too radical of a contrast Some of the lettering done is also questionable, especially when directly integrated with the art, making it a bit less appealing However, the tone throughout the volume remains constant and marvelous.Batman Damned is a visually dazzling supernatural horror story that attempts to grope its way to some form of cohesion without any guideline as it delves deeps into the mind of the Dark Knight.Yours truly,Lashaan Blogger and Book ReviewerOfficial blog


  5. says:

    Welljust about what I expect from Azzarello on anything other than Wonder Woman Batman starts off hurt and of course the rest of the story just jumps around The timeline on this story actually is really confusing Batman is hurt, then rescued by a friend, but then random cameos that are oversexulized and a rapper version of a real big villain in the DC Lore andyou know what This story sucks I wasn t a fan of Joker, but this is in the same vain, withcursing, and not all that inter Welljust about what I expect from Azzarello on anything other than Wonder Woman Batman starts off hurt and of course the rest of the story just jumps around The timeline on this story actually is really confusing Batman is hurt, then rescued by a friend, but then random cameos that are oversexulized and a rapper version of a real big villain in the DC Lore andyou know what This story sucks I wasn t a fan of Joker, but this is in the same vain, withcursing, and not all that interesting Overall, besides some amazing art, this isn t worth reading A 2 out of 5


  6. says:

    Without a doubt the most interesting part of Batman Damned 3 part over sized comic series is the Batwang seen in Book 1 Yep, I was stoked and still love, regardless of the controversy that we finally saw a man with no clothes on in the Batman universe And boy is he yummy Add in the hot sexual version of Harley Quinn we get in book 2 and I can t help but be a huge fan of the art and lack of clothing in all genders In fact all the stars I give this series are for sexy, gritty art DC Blac Without a doubt the most interesting part of Batman Damned 3 part over sized comic series is the Batwang seen in Book 1 Yep, I was stoked and still love, regardless of the controversy that we finally saw a man with no clothes on in the Batman universe And boy is he yummy Add in the hot sexual version of Harley Quinn we get in book 2 and I can t help but be a huge fan of the art and lack of clothing in all genders In fact all the stars I give this series are for sexy, gritty art DC Black LabelIntended to be a line of comics that are intentionally put together for adults, DC s Black Label started off strong with White Knight These books are marketed as very dark, gory, sexual and meant to show off the real grit of the DC Universe It gives the opportunity for DC to explore all sorts of themes that can t be looked at in their monthly linesgeared at teens On the heels of the superbly done White Knight Black Label I was super excited about Damned Too bad the art is by far the best part Oh, and the Batwang I mentioned earlier is just icing on the cake really It s perhaps interesting to note that in White Knight we see naked, nipple pointing Harley Quinn and no readers or fans protested but put naked Batman s naked mushroom cap and suddenly the world has ended eye roll As a bi sexual woman I would love to see comics get a littlefair when it comes to the sexualization of each gender I don t want the women inclothing but instead let s remove some of the clothing on the men It s worth noting here, the Batwang page is darkened in this compilation edition and so you won t get the full art like in the original first print issue of the comicside note this fact just proves how sexist the comic industry is And reinforces that the fanboys, a.k.a a bunch of wussy men, whined enough that DC pulled the glorious nakedness of Batman Format FontI read a lot of comics and so the size of the standard modern day comic is very comfortable to me Damned is printed in a much wider page that felt awkward I also don t like how much floppier the pages are even though they are a good heavy stock I just seeopportunity to damage or hurt the artwork pages in any format besides electronic that this is printed in.And what is up with the font at times It s hard to read, awkward and just annoying I know it s Batman s thoughts or inner dialogue to himself but it s really obnoxious in the way it s presented It s not necessary to put the words in some crazy hard to read font in order to get the feel of the deepness or darkness of the narrative I d much prefer being able to easily read the narrative and have the words be portray the ambiance than have it be difficult to read I realize the font is meant to match the illustration style of this series but for me it s just trying too hard OverallGiven the hype and controversy surrounding this series, it s a real let down While I love the moment in Book 2 when Harley bears her heart out to Batman over Joker s demise and how much she misses him there s really nothing else here We have little to no new character development, are given annoying Constantine who just confuses the storyas he tends to , and Zatanna shows for no apparent reason I can tell And don t even start me on how the angel statues in Book 3 are a poor rip off of Doctor Who s Weeping Angels I would speculate on the Enchantress looking character that is unnamed in book 3 but I literally have no clue and don t really care that much given her small role in the story While I ll certainly keep this series in my collection as it features Harley AND a bat penis I just can t imagine coming back to it very often to really read it Unless of course the next Black Label comic builds on this Although I really hope it doesn t because I m not loving the end which felt so anti climatic to me and was just typical annoying DC being incapable of leaving anyone dead in their universe Given the grit and adult content I feel like the least we could get is some continuity in keeping dead characters dead But then they d have to come up with amazing new characters and the reality is that we all just read about our faves My overall recommendation is flip through this one at the library or your local shop to see the art and then move onto something else Or go read or re read Batman White Knight the best mini series DC has put out in the past couple years


  7. says:

    Perfect Everything Batman has needed to be for decades Gone are the days of hokey daytime crime fighting and PG puzzle solving Finally, Batman is written and illustrated with the grit, intrigue, and substance suitable for mature audiences The story is challenging, which is to say it requires the reader to think The dialogue is from an unknown and perhaps unreliable narrator The narration examines the core attributes of Batman from unique angles The depiction of familiar characters in n Perfect Everything Batman has needed to be for decades Gone are the days of hokey daytime crime fighting and PG puzzle solving Finally, Batman is written and illustrated with the grit, intrigue, and substance suitable for mature audiences The story is challenging, which is to say it requires the reader to think The dialogue is from an unknown and perhaps unreliable narrator The narration examines the core attributes of Batman from unique angles The depiction of familiar characters in new lights is unsettling and expertly executed And the focus on Batman not Bruce Wayne, but Batman shines a spotlight on the myth, not the man Even when Batman is out of the batsuit, he is still operating as Batman throughout I ve never read a comic that so completely dedicates itself to examining who Batman is There are also slight supernatural and horrific elements to the story were excellent additions It gave the story additional novelty and edge without over doing it Finally, enough cannot be said about how well executed the art and story are The feel of the comic is consistently dark Every page is filled with some of the best art I have seen in a comic One of my favorite books I really hope this is indicative of the direction Batman is heading


  8. says:

    The Batman book that almost crippled DC Black Label, sent Vertigo to its death, all over a guys p So despite the controversy, I was a little excited to read this as I did enjoy Joker and Batman Noel, for their darker look on Gotham and it s characters So what did I think of this book I will say the best part of this book is Lee Bermejo s artwork, which is just as fantastic as it was in Batman Noel and Joker I love Bermejo s gritty and realistic design of the world and characters I lov The Batman book that almost crippled DC Black Label, sent Vertigo to its death, all over a guys p So despite the controversy, I was a little excited to read this as I did enjoy Joker and Batman Noel, for their darker look on Gotham and it s characters So what did I think of this book I will say the best part of this book is Lee Bermejo s artwork, which is just as fantastic as it was in Batman Noel and Joker I love Bermejo s gritty and realistic design of the world and characters I love his costume design of Batman, as it looks like what you would see in a movie as opposed to classic tights He also draws new characters he hasn t before which I won t spoil who they are, but he did it very well From an artwork standpoint, this book overall did not disappoint and gave me exactly what I wanted out of this comic The story is another thing The story basically is the Joker is dead and Batman murdered him or at least thinks he did Then Constantine shows up and the two heroes go off on a dark, twisted adventure Sounds simple when I explain it but really this comic is just all over the place Batman, for the most part, does nothing in this comic and Constantine does all the detective work the book reimagines characters from Batman s history, in a nihilistic and overall uninteresting way Especially Harley Quinn, who was, for the most part, was silent in Joker, but when she does appear she seems to have a lot to say The ending was vague in that open to interpretation kind of way, but thing is, I just didn t get the point of this book or its story It s basically a story about why Batman shouldn t use guns and kill, but this book handles it in such an uninteresting way Overall, I am sadly disappointed in this one aside for its artwork I d say skip it unless you just want to see Lee Bermejo s art


  9. says:

    Admission this is the first comic I have ever read Or graphic novel as some call these collections And I must say, I had no idea that a comic could be written with this level of depth This book is incredible The art entranced me, and the writing challenged me Parsing out the story from the narration, and multiple characters was rewarding I look forward toof this.


  10. says:

    I m going to get a couple of items out of the way early in this review The hullabaloo over Batman s penis is way overblown Big deal, he s not a eunuch oh wow bet I offended a Comicsgate person there Maybe we raised our daughter weirdly, but she knew at a young age that people have body parts some should not be shown in public, in our view, and its nothing to be ashamed of I do agree that there is a discussion that the scene was donefor shock titillation value, but then I m really ge I m going to get a couple of items out of the way early in this review The hullabaloo over Batman s penis is way overblown Big deal, he s not a eunuch oh wow bet I offended a Comicsgate person there Maybe we raised our daughter weirdly, but she knew at a young age that people have body parts some should not be shown in public, in our view, and its nothing to be ashamed of I do agree that there is a discussion that the scene was donefor shock titillation value, but then I m really getting in a digression And, geez one panel.The other item is people have strong feelings about Azzarello Before I petered out on 100 Bullets I really enjoyed the title and will probably go back and finish it someday it felt like it was going on too long I enjoyed his Hellblazer run, and thought his Superman was meh.The middle part of this three issue mini is definitely meh The redeeming feature is the final issue which pulls pretty much everything into a nice tight tale that, if nothing else, explains why Batman hasn t.An, but that would be a BIG spoiler Which I will not do

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