Batman Beyond: Rebirth #1

Batman Beyond Rebirth Six months have passed since the events of BATMAN BEYOND While areas of destruction remain in the outside world Gotham City has made great strides toward reclaiming its bright future But new threa

  • Title: Batman Beyond: Rebirth #1
  • Author: Dan Jurgens Jeremy Lawson Ryan Sook Vicente Cifuentes Ardian Syaf
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Six months have passed since the events of BATMAN BEYOND 16 While areas of destruction remain in the outside world, Gotham City has made great strides toward reclaiming its bright future But new threats arise and old adversaries may be coming back And the question still remains whatever happened to Bruce Wayne

    One thought on “Batman Beyond: Rebirth #1”

    1. A pretty good Rebirth issue. I am probably biased because I love Batman Beyond/Terry McGinnis, but even though I know the origin story by heart, I didn't mind reading it again. Also, the plot teaser for the mainline issues looks interesting. So glad Max is still canon!

    2. 'Batman Beyond Rebirth #1' by Dan Jurgens with art by Ryan Sook feels a bit like a new beginning, and kind of feels like a continuation at the same time. I think I'm ok with that.This book takes place 6 months after Batman Beyond #16. There is a bit of an origin story that gets retold for those not familiar with the characters. Gotham is being threatened by the Jokerz. Terry reconnects with Commissioner Gordon, Barbara, but the question still remains, where is Bruce Wayne? The other question is [...]

    3. Strong start for what may be a very promising series. Good storyline, awesome illustrations and a ton of action. I really enjoyed it!

    4. I have to say first and foremost that I never really watched this show growing up, and in fact, I refused to watch it because it did not have Bruce Wayne as Batman which for my childhood-self was unacceptable.Dan Jurgens continues the story of Terry McGinnis after a global disaster (which is never really described or depicted except for a few pages in issue #5) and his return to Neo-Gotham to again don the cowl of Batman. The story is predictable with a diverse cast of characters that all seem t [...]

    5. Batman Beyond, Volume 1: Escaping the Grave (Rebirth) by Dan Jurgens et. al. is a free NetGalley e-comicbook that I read in mid-June.Terry McGinnis as Batman, guided by an elder Bruce Wayne to protect Neo-Gotham from the Jokerz - a mad posse of lookalikes bent on mayhem and gang warfare. However, Terry's high school crush, Dana Tan, is torn between the good in Terry and the evil in their mutual friend, 'Terminal,' a Jokerz who seems to be working hard to keep the Joker alive via artificial resus [...]

    6. I really liked this volume!! I may be biased because I adore Terry McGinnis but the story looks promising and I like the art, hope the next ones are even better than the first volume!

    7. Lights out from the very first word.As good as anything else thats been done Rebirth wise so far.Dont want to give anything away but wait till you get a load of who graces the last page.This series is going to be amazing.

    8. Ok this is gonna be tough without giving away any spoilers .But……This was somewhat of what one expected from the rebirth title oneshot , with much of the issue focused on the back story of Terry becoming the new batman and yet at the end we witnessed the cliff-hanger of a lifetime. So Avert your eyes if you don’t want spoilers , Coz My ratings are based solely on these Spoilers and the art which is always in case of the Batman Beyond title weird to the say the least and hence always a turn [...]

    9. 4.0 - I keep looking at those four stars and thinking, “Really?” and then paging through the issue again and saying, “Really.”On Batman Beyond, Dan Jurgens perfectly encapsulates a slew of pre-existing plot and quickly churns it into interesting conflict that manages to tie in to our present day DC books.Ryan Sook’s artwork is phenomenal and amongst my favorite of all the debut books. He’s as bold and dynamic as Paquette both with incredibly lightweight linework (maybe because he ink [...]

    10. I have apparently missed a storyline or two in the Batman Beyond comic-verse but this title gave me enough info on what I had missed for me to make sense of everything. (That said, I need to find the series run I missed)This has been my favorite of all the Rebirth titles I've read so far. Possibly because it didn't really change post-Flashpoint and I didn't have to relearn characters I already knew. This moved along at a nice clip, the plot was really interesting and made me want to keep reading [...]

    11. Errr. This one might be a bit mehh. Mostly, Terry tells his origin story while fighting petty Jokerz and reconnecting with Barbara and Matt. I don't know what to think about Barbara still being the younger version in 2016 series. I'm curious, are we going to get Dick back, too? If so, he should be younger too to match Barbara, right? I like Dana's new look, not so sure about Terry's, though. I like Terry's look in 2.0 series the best. That was the golden age of Terry's looks, seriously.

    12. I try to steer clear of the central comics to focus on the ones that haven't got that core mythology, purchasing issues that is. I thought a future batman could fulfil that gap and so far it's not bad. The rebirth ends on a huge reveal, still processing it so only time will tell with this one. The art work is great and I just find slipping into this new rebirth was a good start. Definitely a strong series with storytelling and artwork.

    13. I mean, I guess someone was going to have to bring the Joker back to life. Usually that would make me dismiss this out of hand, but this cult of the Joker think is very clever. Also, I can't deny how much I love the idea of Barbara as commissioner.

    14. I've never really read a Batman Beyond regularly. This is my first attempt. Between the Rebirth special and this issue I feel like I've got a handle on the basics. I like the visuals and I can appreciate the mindset of a new Batman.I'm in for the foreseeable future.Merged review:I've never read a Batman Beyond title before. I'd seen some of the cartoons growing up, but that's about the extent of it. This was pretty darn interesting. The art was interesting, though not quite my style. And the sto [...]

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