Batman #1

    Batman » Batman #1 - Knife Trick released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    Knife Trick last edited by Omnipotent94 on 05/10/19 12:22PM View full history

    Be here for the start of a new era for The Dark Knight from writer Scott Snyder (AMERICAN VAMPIRE, BATMAN: GATES OF GOTHAM) and artist Greg Capullo (Spawn)! A series of brutal killings hints at an ancient conspiracy, and Batman learns that Gotham City is deadlier than he knew.


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    4.8 stars

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    The New Opus of The Dark Knight 0

    Last year, Scott Snyder undertook an epic that gave Detective Comics its finest storyline with The Black Mirror, in which he put former Batman Dick Grayson face the worst Gotham City has to offer. As the issues progressed, it became evident that his writing was tailor-made for Batman stories, as he concluded The Black Mirror and Gates of Gotham, with co-writer Kyle Higgins. Now, with DC Comics entering Week 3 of The New 52, Batman sees itself being wr...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Tomorrow Is One Dream Away 0

    The Story: Bruce Wayne delivers a speech about his future plans for Gotham but has to leave the party to investigate a crime scene where he finds a shocking discovery. My Thoughts:With the new DC reboot, this was one of the series I was anticipating the most. Aside from it being Batman, the names Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo alone are enough to make you want to buy this. I had complete and utter faith in the creative team that they would deliver a thrilling series and they sure didn't disappoin...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Snyder Creates the Perfect DC #1 0

    I think Snyder has created the perfect DC #1 for an established character. Anyone who cares enough about Batman to want to read a monthly serial knows that his parents' death is what caused him to become Batman and they know about Robin.  Snyder uses the cover of Batman testing new tech to introduce the reader to the three former Robins who happen to be in town.  And he starts things off with a bang. The actual opening of the issue is a poetic opening that goes to show how comics have evolved s...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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