DC Presents Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City

DC Presents Batman Dark Knight Dark City In these thrilling tales from BATMAN The Riddler goes on a crimepsree but when he has the chance to kill Batman he let The Dark Knight live What strange game is The Riddler playing Plus in

  • Title: DC Presents Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City
  • Author: Peter Milligan Kieron Dwyer Tom Mandrake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
  • In these thrilling tales from BATMAN 452 454, The Riddler goes on a crimepsree but when he has the chance to kill Batman, he let The Dark Knight live What strange game is The Riddler playing Plus, in a story from DETECTIVE COMICS 633, Bruce Wayne returns to Wayne Manor to find no trace of the Batcave, and Alfred without any knowledge of his master s crimefighting carIn these thrilling tales from BATMAN 452 454, The Riddler goes on a crimepsree but when he has the chance to kill Batman, he let The Dark Knight live What strange game is The Riddler playing Plus, in a story from DETECTIVE COMICS 633, Bruce Wayne returns to Wayne Manor to find no trace of the Batcave, and Alfred without any knowledge of his master s crimefighting career Has Bruce Wayne gone insane

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    1. Peter Milligan Kieron Dwyer Tom Mandrake

      Peter Milligan is a British writer, best known for his work on X Force X Statix, the X Men, the Vertigo series Human Target He is also a scriptwriter.He has been writing comics for some time and he has somewhat of a reputation for writing material that is highly outlandish, bizarre and or absurd.His highest profile projects to date include a run on X Men, and his X Force revamp that relaunched as X Statix.Many of Milligan s best works have been from DC Vertigo These include The Extremist 4 issues with artist Ted McKeever The Minx 8 issues with artist Sean Phillips Face Prestige one shot with artist Duncan Fegredo The Eaters Prestige one shot with artist Dean Ormston Vertigo Pop London 4 issues with artist Philip Bond Enigma 8 issues with artist Duncan Fegredo and Girl 3 issues with artist Duncan Fegredo.Series Human Target Greek Street X Force X Statix

    663 thoughts on “DC Presents Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City”

    1. I haven’t been reading Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Dark Nights: Metal (I will though) but apparently their story, kinda like Grant Morrison’s Batman RIP and The Black Casebook, takes inspiration from all sorts of random DC comics from the past like this stinker from 1990, Peter Milligan’s Dark Knight, Dark City. And I bet it’s the flimsiest of connections too like the demon Barbathos who appears in this book shows up in one scene in Metal or something. Riddler sets Batman an immens [...]


    2. Διάβασε όλο το review εδώΗ πλοκή είναι ως εξής: με τον Riddler να είναι πιο ακραίος, βίαιος και αιμοδιψής απ’ότι συνήθως, ο Batman καλείται να σώσει τα τέσσερα μωρά που απήγαγε και να ανακαλύψει τι έχει οδηγήσει τον Edward Nygma σε αυτή την κατάσταση. Παράλληλα, μαθαίνουμε για μια τελετή κλ [...]


    3. Not bad, but not great. The Riddler has kidnapped a number of babies, for reasons that are obscure. To rescue them, Batman has to follow a bizarre trail of clues. Riddler stories can be fun, and this collection was most interesting for the first two issues as Batman (and the reader) try to get a grasp of what game Riddler is playing. The quest he leads Batman on is sufficiently strange and dark to be intriguing and entertaining, at least for a while.The biggest issue for me was the melding of oc [...]


    4. Chilling, disturbing and, most importantly, absolutely batshit insane. I savoured every minute it took me to read this story. If you're fond of (really) dark Batman stories, for example Gothic by Grant Morrison, this one is a must-read for you.


    5. Some OK Batman stories with classic art by Keiron Dwyer, Jim Aparo, and Tom Mandrake. Aparo is the Batman artist I grew up on and the artist I always associate most with Batman.The first story features Batman taking on the Riddler in a very dark story. Then we have some stand alone stories and a 2 parter where Batman fights a golem.


    6. Crazy dark and disturbing but not really in a good way not sure if this would get published in today's market or if it should of ever been published at all.


    7. Reseña de Javier Agrafojo para Zona Negativa:zonanegativa/batman-noBatman: Noche oscura, ciudad oscuraAl británico Peter Milligan le acompaña una fama -bastante justa, hay que decirlo- de no esforzarse igual en sus trabajos personales que en sus (numerosas) obras de encargo, en las que parece limitarse a cumplir el expediente. Lo curioso del caso es que podría decirse más o menos lo mismo de cualquiera de los escritores (y artistas) en activo, llámense Moore, Morrison, Bendis o Brubaker. [...]


    8. For a suernatural Batman story, this one actually surprised me and captivated me. I loved the creepy tone and the poetic writing in the dialogues. The Riddler as dark as he has ever been. Definitely a must read.


    9. حكاية من روائع الوطواط، كشفت لنا سر مدينة كوثام و أن ظهور شخصية الوطواط ليس بالصدفة بل هو من اختيار المدينة نفسها.حقيقة هذه القصة غيرت نظرتي لقصص الوطواط بل لكل القصص التي تدور بكوثام


    10. I picked this one up on a whim from the local library and was surprised to find it provided context for something I'd seen posted repeatedly around the internet where Batman appears to cut a baby's throat for what is easily inferred as a tracheotomy but without context appears to be a bizarre deviation from the Dark Knight's usual character.The actual story is interesting, if not as attention grabbing as those panels are. A couple hundred years ago, a group of recognizable historical figures and [...]


    11. Crazy Bat story that has always been on my to read list of Batbooks. Written by Peter Milligan it's definitely the most mental Riddler tale I've read. Basically Nigma becomes obsessed with an old journal depicting how to conjure a demon for him to control but he needs a sacrifice to do it and that sacrifice is Bats. Needless to say he puts Batman through the wringer in the darkest ways possible over the course of 3 issues. Things like kidnapping babies, covering Batman in blood and making a chil [...]


    12. I grabbed this at my local library as the binding said 2015 so I assumed it was some new Batman stories.It turns out it's a bunch of Batman stories from the 90's. I actually remember these stories as I read them when they originally came out. It's a weird decision for DC to reprint these stories as they're not even really that memorable. The art is typical 90's and between that and the writing it's a tad bit hard to get through.


    13. Dark Knight, Dark City itself (which is actually only 3 out of the 7 issues collected here) is an excellent off beat Batman story, especially if you're a Riddler fan some say the best Riddler story.Sadly, the rest of the trade is an extremely unremarkable run by the the same writer is probably better off searching out the 3 originals of 'Dark Knight, Dark City'.


    14. I've never really read occult Batman but what fascinating stories. It's a little bit of a stretch since Batman sort of takes all of these crazy events in his head as just another weird day of crime fighting. The stories feel new and different (even though they're 20ish years old). Definitely worth a read if you're looking for some slightly different batman.


    15. Vertigo author Milligan turns out some oddball Bat-tales here but none of them worked for me. Particularly the one in which a genuinely intriguing set up turns out to be someone's hallucinatory dream sequence.


    16. Peter Milligan wrote some great Bat stories in his day, but this four-part Riddler epic is easily the best. Great art by Kieron Dwyer and a refreshing portrayal of a more human Dark Knight add icing to the cake.


    17. Oddly magical, Batman battles the occult & magic grass in this collected volume.Fun Batman collection (not a classic "must read", but enjoyable).


    18. Great story. Illustrations are fine, except all the one week old babies. They all look like little old men with teeth. Really weird?!




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