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Batman Noir Black Mirror HC By Scott Snyder Jock Francesco Francavilla,

  • Title: Batman Noir Black Mirror HC
  • Author: Scott Snyder Jock Francesco Francavilla
  • ISBN: 9781401259686
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An epic Batman mystery from Scott Snyder, creator of American Vampire, in illustrator Jock s original black and white pencils and inks.In The Black Mirror, a series of brutal murders pushes Batman s detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City s oldest evils Helpless and trapped in the deadly Mirror House, Batman must fight for his life agAn epic Batman mystery from Scott Snyder, creator of American Vampire, in illustrator Jock s original black and white pencils and inks.In The Black Mirror, a series of brutal murders pushes Batman s detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City s oldest evils Helpless and trapped in the deadly Mirror House, Batman must fight for his life against one of Gotham City s oldest and most powerful evils Then, in a second story called Hungry City, the corpse of a killer whale shows up on the floor of one of Gotham City s foremost banks The event begins a strange and deadly mystery that will bring Batman face to face with the new, terrifying faces of organized crime in Gotham.Collects Detective Comics 871 877 in black and white.
    Batman Noir Black Mirror HC An epic Batman mystery from Scott Snyder creator of American Vampire in illustrator Jock s original black and white pencils and inks In The Black Mirror a series of brutal murders pushes Batman s d

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    1. A 86% ExtraordinaryNotes It makes monsters from mundanities and does wonderful things with low key moments and measured conversation.

    2. My friend Hulk boy wants me to read this so that I will quit giving my boyfriend Batman 2 and 3 stars I hate to see Hulk boy cryd Batman kept agreeing with him.So I read it.I liked it okay Quit judging me Some Mild Spoilery may happen Proceed at your own riskBruce Wayne is not Batman in this book I had no clue there were other Batman books out there that didn t contain the main man.Dick Grayson is the Cape Crusader in this version and Bruce Wayne is off recruiting other Batmen to be placed aroun [...]

    3. Holy great reading, Batman This collected edition contains a storyline originally published on Detective Comics 871 881.Creative Team Writer Scott SnyderIllustrators Jock Francesco FrancavillaMY WAYYou have to judge the situation early, clearly judge it from the diving board, high above, before you re falling before you re in danger.This story is about Batman, BUT it s Dick Grayson under the mantle Bruce Wayne is back, but he s busy off shores establishing his idea of Batman Incorporated , a glo [...]

    4. First Scott Snyder helped rescue vampires from the clutches of teen age girls in his American Vampire series, and now he s saving Batman from the muddled mess that Grant Morrison and DC had put him in Snyder may be the biggest super hero of them all.Bruce Wayne is back from the dead or time travel or whatever the hell was going on, but he s off recruiting people for his new version of an international army of crime fighters so Dick Grayson is still acting as Gotham s Caped Crusader Dick has to d [...]

    5. Gotham s Batman, Dick Grayson, takes on the Dealer, a man selling the weapons of supervillains stolen from the GCPD evidence room, gun runners harassing a mob bosses daughter, and possibly the greatest threat of all, Commissioner Gordon s sonYou know, when DC put Dick Grayson in the Bat costume, we all knew it wouldn t last and while I liked the issues of Batman Robin I read, I didn t find anything earth shattering and thought Dick s tenure as the Caped Crusader would be pretty forgettable I WAS [...]

    6. The Black Mirror was actually all kinds of wonderful, in my opinion I ve been so focused on doing all the others, the alternatives in the DC world, thinking that I knew my Supermans and Batmans from movies and tv, that I just never really considered, you know, READING them.Silly me.This was all sorts of creepy and fun It s all about Grayson, too.Now, I ll also be honest, I ve also been becoming a superfan of James Gordon JR ever since I read about him in Suicide Squad, and seeing him shine in th [...]

    7. The Black Mirror collects Scott Snyder s run on Detective Comics 871 881 It is actually a series of stories encapsulating the moral and spiritual toll that Gotham collects from Dick Grayson and Jim Gordon Gotham City and its inherent corruption is the black mirror to the souls of Dick and Jim At least that s the underlying theme of Black Mirror.There are several stories in this volume from the title Black Mirror to Skeleton Key and Lost Boys But at it s heart it is about Dick s time as Batman an [...]

    8. Definitely in my Batman Top 10, maybe Top 5 Detective story meets horror, Dick Grayson assumes the role of Batman with great aplomb Characterization is deep and true, with some sparse comedy to break the palpable tension My favorite theme is the contrast between Dick and Bruce under the Cowl Dick prefers to be in the air, like back in Haly s Circus, which serves as a great metaphor for the positivism he brings to his Batman, while Bruce is very much rooted in his cynicism and gloom Interesting t [...]

    9. There are several graphic novelists that I find to be brilliant writers Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Alan Moore and Fabian Nicieza I can now add Scott Snyder to that list Before he began his critically acclaimed, fan favorite run on Batman for DC in the fall of 2011, writer Scott Snyder was writing Batman comics for DC.The Batman comics Snyder was writing before Batman were issues of Detective Comics and the miniseries Batman The Gates of Gotham, which he co wrote with Kyle Higgins and Ryan Parr [...]

    10. 3.5 starsI think I m probably going to get lynched for not being as enad with The Black Mirror as everyone else seems to have been Wait Stop hitting me I ve got small children I didn t say it wasn t good It is I just didn tI don t know, lovelove it I liked it it, just not in that way It s not you, it s me I don t know why we didn t connect on a deeper level, but I think it s best if I leave now I ll call tomorrow, though Really cough, cough shuffles feetOr something like that.I don t have any sp [...]

    11. I normally find it difficult to write reviews for graphic novels, so I ll keep it really short.There really is only one thing I want to say about this it is probably one of the best Batman stories I have ever read Okay, maybe there is one thing I should add Dick Grayson is still Batman here, but even if this bothers you and it really shouldn t , you owe it to yourself to read this if you re a fan of either the graphic medium or Batman comics.Great storyGreat artRecommended

    12. My very first Batman this October is full of firsts and what a treat I might be a Snyder fan as it turns out Obviously, there is a lot I didn t know like Barbara Jr Gordon s daughter having been Batgirl until Joker put her in a wheelchair Only the Joker and wheelchair part was addressed here, the Batwoman part I was told by another comicbook reader Also, I am a bit confused about Gordon s marriages and children and their age difference Barbara seems to be from his second marriage but is older th [...]

    13. With Bruce Wayne busy setting up Batman Incorporated, Dick Grayson the first Robin dons the cowl and becomes Gotham s Dark Knight But as Grayson has been finding out since he became the Batman, it s not easy being the Caped Crusader and The Black Mirror shows him going up against a macabre and monstrous auctioneer of Batman paraphernalia called The Dealer , a cyborg carjacker called Roadrunner , a blind folded pirate called Tyger Shark , the Joker of course and the double dealing Sonia Branch ak [...]

    14. 6 stars Introduction Lately, I have been reading many Batman comics that came out during the 1980s and the 1990s, so that way I could be caught up with the Batman universe But, after discovering some newer Batman comics, I wanted to try out some and one of the Batman stories that I had checked out was Batman The Black Mirror Now, after reading Batman Hush, I said to myself that I wanted to read Batman stories that featured Dick Grayson since I loved his character in Batman Hush Well, imagine my [...]

    15. I m going to level with you now you must pick this up one of these days and read it You ll be glad you did I spent about a week reading and reviewing each issue included for this stellar graphic novel written by the current Batman writer for New 52, Scott Snyder, and illustrated by artists Jock and Francesco Francavilla alternatively Comprised of ten issues from Detective Comics 871 881 from the old DC continuity, The Black Mirror is set right after Bruce Wayne s supposed death and so, in his ab [...]

    16. Because my fascination with Dick Grayson hasn t gone down yet, I decided to read another one Yes, another one Sue me After reading Batman Earth One, I asked recommendations for Batman stuff, and Black Mirror was one that was recommended by almost everyone I asked So far, I really liked Scott Snyder s other Batman stories The Court of Owls and The City of Owls , I was almost 100% sure I was going to like this one.He did not disappoint I loved thisINGS I LIKED I really liked Dick Grayson as Batma [...]

    17. It s difficult for books with as much acclaim as The Black Mirror to live up to the hype, and although I wouldn t say it was truly special, I still have plenty of praise to give.Firstly, it s easily the best Dick Grayson as Batman story I can see why it s the first and sometimes only book that fans mention from the run It also deserves it s rank among the best Batman books in general Not only that, but The Black Mirror is by far my favourite work from writer Scott Snyder Batman is jovial and at [...]

    18. What I ve been thinking about Batman lately assuming, as you should, that I am always thinking about Batman in some way or another is that Batman might be over.WAIT Just chill out All s I m saying is that I ve been thinking about what the DC reboot really means for all the long running superheroes it affected last year And while the whole of comic nerdom has been really focused on this new era of DC as the beginning of something, what s not being discussed so much is that, in a small way, this c [...]

    19. Snyder and the artists do a good job of setting a subtly sinister and shadowed tone in this book, starting out with a sense of dread that seeps into the corners of the pages but does not confront us under direct gaze.I enjoyed this book even despite the massive hype it s received I noticed early on that the foreshadowing was just enough to let us know that even the immediate threats are just the opening gambit in a longer con on us readers and I am completely complicit in being conned, because a [...]

    20. Up until the last 3 issues I was in the 3.5 4 area It was solid stuff, but then those last 3 issues happened and BOOM it shot up to a 5 5 This is now my favorite Batman story next to Hush and Court of Owls The story is focused on Dick taking over the Batman cowl His story is both interesting and fun but not nearly as captivating as Jim s story His son is back, and let s just say he ain t all that normal The graphic novel balances the is James Jim s son a killer or not and does it so well that it [...]

    21. This is the best Batman story I ve read in a long time My hat is off to Scott Snyder The Batman here is Dick Grayson, formerly Robin and Nightwing Upon taking the Cowl, he already has unique relationships with the members of the Batman family that are different from that of Bruce Wayne This collection explores how Grayson, who has his own personal issues, finds his own niche in the Batman family dynamic as the new Caped Crusader.Another family relationship that gets explored is the one between J [...]

    22. There is a particular crowd of readers who would no doubt look at a graphic novel like this and instantly dismiss it out of hand For them graphic novels are merely flashy comic strips for the geeks and nerds of society In short, on a subconscious level, they are disenfranchising a group of individuals for their reading choices And yet, like a decent blockbuster film, there is a unique art form to the graphic novel that should never be ignored, regardless of the literary snobbery one aims to achi [...]

    23. 4.5 stars.That first story, man If it weren t for that first 3 part story, I d be giving this 5 stars It lagged so much for me that I considered quitting this book I m so, so, so glad I didn t though.This is a complicated rating for me because I will rate something lower if I feel like the main character wasn t characterized well or there wasn t any character development Dick Grayson is meant to be the main character here but aside from stories about the circus, there is no development for him N [...]

    24. I was a bit hesitant about reading a Batman where it s not Bruce Wayne Bruce Wayne is the one and only Batman to me Yes, I know that s not true or canon I just love Bruce Wayne Having said that, Dick is a good Batman And this was a very good graphic novel collection It s very creepy and dark I like how everything ties together to the climax At first, the stories seem unrelated, but they all lead down a sinister path.The villain is someone that is deeply familiar to Dick, Commissioner Gordon and [...]

    25. This was probably the easiest 5 stars I ve ever awarded a book.I m not someone who follows Batman on a regular basis so I really appreciated the short blurb at the beginning bringing me up to speed on what s been happening in Gotham leading up to this arc Basically, Bruce Wayne was thought to have been killed In his place, the original Robin, Dick Grayson, took up the mantle of The Dark Knight Alongside Oracle, Commissioner Gordon and Tim Drake as the new Red Robin, Batman once again tries to br [...]

    26. Set during the period of time when Dick Grayson was Batman, this lengthy 10 issue storyline makes for a great showcase of Dick in the role You can really see what makes him different from Bruce here, when he s put in a very similar role I also really liked the few scenes he shared with his brother, Tim I like reading the Bat family best when they re allowed to be a family, and that was certainly the case here.Characterization aside, Snyder nailed pretty much everything else It s quite Gordon cen [...]

    27. There is a lot going on in this graphic novel Firstly, Bruce Wayne is off founding Batman Incorporated, so Dick Grayson is now Gotham City s Batman, which took me a while to adjust to in itself Then throw in his support team of Red Robin, Oracle and Commissioner Gordon, and a host of villains including The Dealer Man Bat, Sonia Zucco, Roadrunner, Tiger Shark, Joker, and James Gordon Jr a lot of them totally new to Batman s universe and I was struggling to keep my head above water There is some g [...]

    28. Wow Just Wow I ve been largely disappointed with Batman in recent years The death of Bruce Wayne was eh, Batman and Robin with Dick and Daimen was painful, then bringing Bruce back to life was just boring I have gotten away from reading the trades regularly Then there is Black Mirror Holy shit, Black Mirror manages to do what Batman hasn t done in a good long while Tell a story that is sequential, action packed, thought provoking, and character based but also DEEPLY FUCKING CREEPY Like stuff of [...]

    29. Great art and great story, with a focus not on weird comic book silly villains but on the real evil real people can do, so the creepy horror is somehow real in this story than in other Batman stories One Batman image will stay with you, by artist Jock, a picture of Joker partly made of bats, and it is pretty amazing, but the level of the art brings it to among the best Batman stories ever, in my opinion Creepy, powerful, disturbing in places Great stuff.

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