Batman Inc.

Batman Inc Contiene Batman The Return Batman Incorporated y Leviathan StrikesTras regresar de su exilio temporal Bruce Wayne sorprende a propios y extra os admitiendo que durante los ltimos a os ha subvenci

  • Title: Batman Inc.
  • Author: Grant Morrison David Finch Yanick Paquette Michel Lacombe Scott Clark Cameron Stewart Dave Beaty Pere Pérez
  • ISBN: 9788415520627
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Contiene Batman The Return Batman Incorporated 1 8 y Leviathan StrikesTras regresar de su exilio temporal, Bruce Wayne sorprende a propios y extra os admitiendo que durante los ltimos a os ha subvencionado la cruzada contra el crimen del Hombre Murci lago Una confesi n que lleva un paso m s all al declarar su intenci n de, bajo el logo corporativo de Batman IncorporatContiene Batman The Return Batman Incorporated 1 8 y Leviathan StrikesTras regresar de su exilio temporal, Bruce Wayne sorprende a propios y extra os admitiendo que durante los ltimos a os ha subvencionado la cruzada contra el crimen del Hombre Murci lago Una confesi n que lleva un paso m s all al declarar su intenci n de, bajo el logo corporativo de Batman Incorporated, elevar dicha contienda a un nivel internacional Un proceso que implicar el reclutamiento de nuevos h roes, dignos de portar el emblema del murci lago y capaces de afrontar la amenaza que representa la organizaci n terrorista Leviat n.Con Batman Inc, Grant Morrison Los Invisibles, We3 encara la recta final de su ambiciosa etapa al frente del Caballero Oscuro Acompa ado de dibujantes de la talla de Yanick Paquette, Chris Burnham, Cameron Stewart y Scott Clark, el guionista escoc s encaja las ltimas piezas del gigantesco puzle argumental que ha ideado, dando forma a una sorprendente imagen

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    1. About fifty percent of this was fun to read.Some of the stories were coherent and fun, and some of themwere classic Morrison. In other words, there was a whole lotta flipping backward to see if I missed something that would make what I just read make sense.*sigh*And then I would remember who the author was. I thought quite a few of the new Batman recruits were lame, and there was also a noticeable amount of doofy villains. That guy with the parrot? Noooo.However, when Grant takes his meds, his s [...]

    2. Confusing. Unclear. Incomprehensible. Unstructured. Anticlimactic. Pure Morrison.So Batman, do you wanna talk about your new codpiece? I mean, I get it. Maybe it's functional, might even offer some added protection. but it's a codpiece, Bruce. A codpiece. Bringing back the codpiece is like trying to convince people that you weren't wearing your underwear on the outside of your costume all these years: it ain't gonna happen. May as well put Robin in a green jock-strap while you're at it. And a li [...]

    3. Batman is going global. He can't be everywhere so he's training his “Bat” people all over the world. This first installment focuses on some of their tales.As usual writer Grant Morrison dips into old comic book tales and this is no different.“Mr. Unknown is Dead”: Batman's planned “Bat” in Tokyo is dead and he must deal with the immortal Lord Death Man, find a new Bats and creatively put an “end” to Lord Death Man. (STORY: B plus; ARTWORK: B plus)“The Scorpion Tango”: Batman [...]

    4. Batman starts to realize that he's overextended. He has his hands full trying to protect Gotham City, and other places around the world could use their version of Batman. That's where Batman Incorporated comes in. He sees and investigates good candidates that can take on the Batman mantle in a worthy manner in different cities. This volume focuses on Tokyo and Paris. The Tokyo storyline is pretty over-the-top and crazy. It reminds me of the crazy nature of Japanese and Asian action films. The vi [...]

    5. Yep, done with morrison's run on Batman. Besides Batman and Robin he's the worst Batman writer of all time. Goodbye!

    6. Some of these issues are really good, some not so much. I didn't like the weird Matrix-y issue at the end but most of the other ones are pretty cool

    7. This book collects the entire run of Batman Incorporated before the New 52 reboot DC Comics did with their superhero line a few years back. This is Grant Morrison doing what he does best with Batman, expanding the mythos by reviving and reintroducing characters and concepts that used to exist on fringes of the DC Universe. Batman Incorporated is Morrison latest take on the character, a culmination of sorts from prior stories that gave us Damian Wayne and a new version of the international Batmen [...]

    8. Morrison is a great writer, and he's great at Batman. He also has interesting tastes in stories. Here, Bruce Wayne has decided to use his wealth to fund a worldwide consortium of Batmen. Batman is everywhere. Sort of like McDonalds. On the surface, the idea is sort of silly, but it also works. It makes sense. Why wouldn't Bruce Wayne do something like this? There's some truly great issues in here. Teaming up with Catwoman in Japan, meeting up with Batwoman, the reservation storyline, and seeing [...]

    9. It seems that everything that I have read from Grant Morrison has been first rate: All-Star Superman, New X-Men, the New 52 Action Comics. This collection is no exception. Here Batman is back from where ever he went when Darkseid obliterated him. He’s now setting up Batman Incorporated, a world- wide network of heroes to battle crime on a global scale. Here, it’s the Leviathan.The art is different for each storyline and is exceptional. I appreciate how Grant Morrison is reverential to the so [...]

    10. There are bad ideas, there are bad books, and then there are the bad books with bad ideas. This is one of the latter.

    11. I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I finally decided to read and review each issue for Batman Incorporated (2010-2011) series last week. I've been hearing great things about it for quite some time so I picked it up right after its New 52 relaunch which meant that I missed the first arc of the series so I happily decided to come back to it once my self-imposed Batman Comics Diet happened by May this year. And I was pleasantly intrigued (and sometimes even perplexed).Some of you may [...]

    12. THIS SHIT MADE NO SENSE. Like, even for comic book plots this shit made no sense. WTF, Batman? What is even happening here?

    13. What's this? A straight tale with no mind-bending subtext or fourth wall-breakage? Hell, the dialogue in the British sequence is positively Silver Age in its obviousness. Did Morrison decide to write "normal" just to be ultra-weird?No, this book slowly veers back towards signature Morrison territory - it just takes most of the book for that crescendo to become audible enough to detect it. It's interesting to read the back matter and see just how much attention Morrison and his artists put into r [...]

    14. Geh. This was my least favorite Batman so far. It was terribly confusing and a good chunk of the time boring. Half way through I actually posted on facebook and asked the other fans of comics if I should bother finishing it.This is my second Grant Morrison Batman and I don’t know if I’ll read anymore by him or not but if you read my review for Batman Arkham Asylum you’ll know I have mixed feelings about the dude. I think sometimes people get popular just for pushing limits rather than doin [...]

    15. Si no me equivoco, ya me leí en números individuales todos los números que van a ser recopilados en este tomo. Y aunque no todos ellos alcanzarían con comodidad las cuatro estrellas, la idea general, cómo se va desarrollando y todo lo que se esconde detrás, hacen que promedie para arriba y se gane unas dignísimas cuatro estrellitas. Premio especial para nuestro querido estereotipo fallido, el Gaucho, que aunque parece mexicano se la bana con creces. Sobre el capítulo que transcurre en Ar [...]

    16. Every book I finish reading, I come one step closer to having read one of the best Batman run's, Grant Morrison's run on Batman. This story starts in Japan. We see Lord Death Man formerly know as simply Death Man eliminating one of Japan's greatest crime fighters, Mr. Unknown, or did he? Lord Death Man is one of the most interesting Batman villains I've seen. This book jumps around the world (what did you expect after seeing the cover of this book). There's a lot going on in this book. Batman (B [...]

    17. "HEEHEE-HEEHEE-HEE! Death loves you!""I wear the grin beneath the skin, the future seen in every smile."More wacky fun and deadly violent Batman from Grant Morrison. This rides the line of ethereality, all details linked and tangled in a giant "web" of mystery, spies, death traps and super villains. This will definitely require multiple reads for total comprehension. This plot is deep and weaving, so I won't attempt to summarize much. Batman Incorporated is in full effect and an antithetical arm [...]

    18. Grant Morrison was once the greatest writer in comics. He, as well as his British contemporaries Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman, entered an American comics scene horribly unprepared for their visionary storytelling in the late 1980s, and the scene was all the better for it. These writers had little concern for the tired, repetitious storytelling that had been the norm in superhero comics for decades, and sought to bring back the best of the golden and silver ages' storytelling. Morrison and the othe [...]

    19. noope, sorry, didn't like it especially that ending wow what was up with that!! Let's quickly forget this one

    20. Grant Morrison is often lauded as a comic-writing genius, but he has a very particular, nuanced style that I find eye-rollingly easy to hate. He likes to dig up and use crusty, obscure, nigh-worthless bits of a character's decades-long history and make them feel like important parts of a story you've missed out on. He likes to have characters give a lot of psycho-babble--"psycho" here meaning "psychotic," and he likes to pretend like he's using their ramblings to cleverly hide mysterious plot de [...]

    21. Bruce Wayne reveals himself as the financial backer behind the Batman and that he plans to finance like-minded vigilantes around the world so that there will be a Batman in every part of the world under the umbrella title - Batman Incorporated.This book introduces a large number of the new recruits to Batman Inc as Bruce Wayne/Batman travels the world training up an army for the coming storm with a mysterious new cadre of evil called Leviathan.First up is a trip to Japan where Batman and Catwoma [...]

    22. BATMAN IS EVERYWHEREA great volume of Morrison's Batman run. Liked for good the storyline and the references to old stories of the caped crusader (some characters are out from old Batman 1955/56 issues!!!), art was really good too (Yanick Paquette just gained a new fan), but sometimes I had to go back and re-read pages to check if things made senseBut of that this was a real blast of a read with real gems inside.(view spoiler)[Selina pickin'an hentai-tentacle-porn manga in a comic shop then figh [...]

    23. I judge all Batman books by a standard of hardboiled fiction. David Finch's Batman is a Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer type, mostly brawn and escaping near-death explsions. Scott Snyder's Batman reads like a Jim Thompson novel with undertones of psycholgical horror. Grant Morrison's Batman is the pinnacle of hardboiled crime writing in that it resembles Raymond Chandler and shows us why Batman's tag line is "World's Greatest Detective" and not "World's Greatest Kung-Fu Escape Artist" (sorry David [...]

    24. (B+) 77% | GoodNotes: It throws a lot of stuff at the wall: what sticks is great, but what doesn’t bounces at your head and knocks you stupid.

    25. At this point, I don't expect anything more (or less) from Grant Morrison's Batman stuff than breakneck storytelling packed with a surplus of ideas. Batman Incorporated definitely delivers on those expectations; in fact, despite a shaky beginning, I'd say this is the best of Morrison's run since R.I.P. As with R.I.P. and The Black Glove, a lot of the fun here is in seeing Morrison dig up and recontextualize discarded remnants of Batman's almost 75-year history. This time, we get to see the origi [...]

    26. As great as Morrison's Batman run had been up until Batman and Robin, Vol. 3: Batman and Robin Must Die! & Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne, with this book he cranks it up a notch or two as Batman goes global - by recruiting agents in different parts of the world - to thwart a seemingly ubiquitous criminal organisation named Leviathan.This is an ambitious project which, in the hands of a lesser writer, might have collapsed before it even got halfway, but with Morrison at the helm you just k [...]

    27. I should start this review by saying, in all honesty, I'm not sure I fully understood bits of this story. Anyone who has read a lot of Morrison's Batman run may understand (and maybe it's just me) that the plot jumps about a lot, relies on you spotting tiny hints and clues, and having a good knowledge of Batman's past. This makes it a necessity to read and re read certain parts (it can't just be me) to understand what's going on. This while sometimes satisfying often retracts from the enjoyment [...]

    28. I don't generally go for mainstream superhero comics, but Grant Morrison carries a lot of weight with me; his All-Star Superman and Flex Mentallo series are, in this reader's estimation, the very pinnacle of what can be achieved with the superhero archetype. So I gave Batman, Inc. a chance, and I'm glad I did. Though this story kicks off after a much longer story arc, it stands on its own remarkably well: I didn't feel as if I missed any of the plot or background details despite having no knowle [...]

    29. I received this glossy, gorgeous book as part of a giveaway, and I'm happy to say that Grant Morrison has not lost any of his wit or charm since I read THE INVISIBLES many years ago. In the interest of full disclosure, I have to say that in the Superman/Batman contest, I'll always go for Batman. Every. Single. Time. So to read any intelligent Batman story is a treat for me. When someone like Morrison writes for Batman, there is a truly satisfying depth of characterization. At times it seems as [...]

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