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  • Title: Batman: Año Uno
  • Author: Frank Miller David Mazzucchelli
  • ISBN: 9788467470154
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. This is one of those books that s been absorbed into the public consciousness so fully that, reading it now, it can be hard to see what was revolutionary about it This book has come to define the way we think of Batman today and was influential on the darker, grittier cape comics of the eighties and early nineties.But it is also instrumental in introducing what made that period of comics so ridiculous It s been praised for its gritty realism, but like any Miller book, it s sensationlist than re [...]


  2. To me, Batman is kinda like Pizza By which I mean that even bad pizza is still pretty good But for me, the best Batman is written by Miller Maybe it s because I like his writing style, or maybe it s because his fairly dark writing style really suits Batman Or it could just be that the very first comic I read as adult was Dark Night Returns That s the comic that made me realize that comics weren t just a bunch of silly bullshit stories for kids Whatever the reason, this comic is in that fine Fran [...]


  3. I would have loved it if graphics were the work of nowadays technology.I am planning to read my favourite superheros origin And I have started with my absolute favourite superhero, Batman I knew about his origin before But reading it was a good experience also.There was also an appearance of Catwoman a.k.a Selina She didn t appear much There was just a brief intro of how she became Catwoman She seemed to me an anti batman.Lt Gordon was a good character But his affair with Sarah seemed pretty mu [...]



  4. Gotham City Maybe it s all I deserve, now Maybe it s just my time in Hell One of my absolute favorite Batman comics ever It s quiet, subtle, realistic, noir This is probably the most accessible Batman comic ever and where new readers should start, because while The Dark Knight Returns is Batman s omega, Batman Year One is his alpha David Mazzucchelli is sublime He illustrates with pure balance minimal while detailed, bright yet dark, bold yet subtle His characters are incredibly emotive, his spl [...]


  5. You know the classics of literature War and Peace, Crime and Punishment, Middlemarch There are aspects to them to appreciate and patient readers can be rewarded greatly with those books But let s be honest most of us view classics as a bit of a chore But what about classic comics Kind of the same thing, but not for so many Some classic comics, Marvel and DC especially, are tough to read because the stories from the 40s and 50s are so badly written and cheesy, and the art is hit or miss, though m [...]


  6. Meh It was alright It was sort of cool to see things from Gordon s perspective I still would have liked to see a little Bruce I don t feel like I gained any new insight into his origins or his character It wasn t awful, I was just hoping for .


  7. I received this one as a birthday present around five months back and never got round to reading this In fact, it has been almost a decade since I last picked up a comic book Somewhere around moving from one place to another, sorting life after graduation, this one found itself buried and waiting Two episodes of the new Flash down and one of the Arrow, then a few of The Walking Dead, and I hate this waiting I prefer my comic manna to be delivered in a line, to be downed one after the other in qu [...]


  8. I ve never been much of a super hero fan And to me, Batman will always be Adam West s campy TV show of my youth Bap Zammm Kapow BUTere s something about beginnings that appeals to me I like watching a guy discovering and honing his powers I m remembering my favorite parts of two super hero movies I was forced to sit through Spiderman on a rooftop, trying to figure out how to get his web thingamajig to work Um, Shazam and Iron Man crashing through his grand piano Once they ve got the kinks worked [...]


  9. Year One is the Batman origin that everyone currently knows It is the origin story that until Frank Miller wrote it, did not exist And therefore, while the book may not appear ground breaking currently at its time of publication it was incredibly fresh It was the gritty, revenge seeking origin story of Bruce Wayne that audiences wanted.However, in all honesty Bruce Wayne cannot be called the protagonist in this novel As I recently read the protagonist is the character which shows change and deve [...]


  10. Ever since finishing The Caped Crusade I have had a hankering to read one of the iconic Batman stories As many plaudits as Batman The Dark Knight Returns has received I was drawn to this book because it tells the story of Batman s initial forays into vigilante justice plus I had recently seen Batman v Superman and didn t need to see them fight yet again While this collection of comics four to be exact are titled Batman, this is a story just as much about Jim Gordon the future commissioner and B [...]


  11. I m not a big fan of superhero origin stories, so I avoided reading Batman Year One for awhile, but I m really glad I finally picked it up and gave it a try This four issue series totally blew me away It got to the heart of everything I ve always loved about Batman, while giving equal time to Commissioner Gordon still a lieutenant in Year One Gordon has always been one of my favorite supporting characters in Batman s world, and I think he rarely gets his due, so it was nice to read a story that [...]


  12. Brief History To be honest, I have actually first heard about Batman through the 90s cartoon series Batman The Animated Series, which apparently, I have actually had my first exposure to the world of comics through so many animated series throughout the 90s Since I have been reading a lot of comics lately, especially the X Men comics, I wanted to try a different comic book series and that is where I started reading up on Batman So, the first Batman comic I have actually came upon recently is a l [...]


  13. I ve got good news and disappointing news The disappointing news is that this origin story is less of a full Batman origin tale and of a young James Gordon story But the great news is that it s the best damn Gordon story anyone could ever ask for as he tries to navigate the crime ridden gutters of his new home, Gotham City.


  14. In 1986 Frank Miller has given The Dark Knight and the whole world of graphic novels a whole new dark dimension, with his legendary The Dark Knight Returns The next year he decides to give him a proper beginning Batman Year One follows the first year of the rise of Batman, Gordon and Harvey Dent, the three knights of Gotham This approach and many other themes from this book are adopted by Christopher Nolan s trilogy So this is the book where Batman begins, and The Dark Knight rises.Ahmad EddeebA [...]


  15. Batman Year One Batman and Jim Gordon s early days in a detective noir thrillerOriginally posted at Fantasy LiteratureFrank Miller s Batman The Dark Knight Returns 1986 completely reinvented Batman as angry and bitter older man coming out of retirement to stem a rising tide of crime in Gotham City alongside Police Commissioner Jim Gordon This was a dark vision of a complex and troubled soul driven to fight crime to avenge his parent s senseless death, and it resonated with a new generation of re [...]


  16. Batman Year One follows Jim Gordon as he arrives in Gotham City and makes his way through a police presence rife with corruption At the same time, a vigilante appears, known as The Batman Together, yet apart, they aim to purge Gotham of the worst of the scum.Pretty darn old school, it was a nice look into the beginnings of the friendship between the two.


  17. You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.Arguably one of the most essential Batman story in the comic world, Batman Year One is a must read Fan of the dark knight or not, this story arc collecting all four comic issues 404 to 407 published in 1987 from the comic series Batman tells the tale of Batman s first attempt at wearing the dark cowl and cape In fact, this trade paperback gives the readers the chance to live Gotham City through the eyes of Bruce Wayne almost known as the man beh [...]


  18. This isn t the first time I read Year One It s actually one of the only DC books I did read when I was young However, it s been over ten years and I was like I have to re read it to see if I still enjoy it As you can tell with my score, it s pretty obvious Have you ve ever seen Batman Begins A lot of the one feel of that movie owes to this Even basically taking the ending right out of the pages of this book This is really two stories, two origins, in one It focuses on Bruce becoming Batman and G [...]



  19. When DC decided it was time to retell the origin story of its some of its iconic super heroes, it was decided that while Superman and Wonder Woman s origin might need some freshening up, the mythology surrounding the origin of Batman worked without any tweaks or revamps Instead what the origin of Batman needed was a different take on the classic origin The result is Frank Miller s highly influential, much revered four issue work Batman Year One.Going back to the early days of the Batman saga, th [...]


  20. First crack at a DC comic and this was definitely a great place to start The artwork and color were amazing I enjoyed just flipping through the pages and admiring the deep colors popping out of the dark backgrounds I m not even an art guy so I should probably stop trying to describe the artistic awesomeness of this book Oh, and there was a story, too A very dark, depressing story that felt like The Dark Knight trilogy, which definitely took plenty of inspiration from these pages The story was fu [...]


  21. Batman year one 1987 Modern Batman 1Year One is an absolute masterpiece and an achievement in story telling Its not only one of the best Batman stories, but also my favorite origin story of any superhero The foremost reason for this opinion is because of the way Frank Miller weaved the story together Frank Miller not only builds the character of Bruce Wayne Batman, but also lays foundation to a deeply corrupted underbelly of Gotham city, introduces Cat woman and gives the origin story Jim Gordon [...]



  22. I read this slim volume in an hour or so, because I ve long heard good things about this take on Batman s origins and earliest days, and I heard it was a source of inspiration for Christopher Nolan s Batman films, for which my appreciation has only grown after seeing them both again recently One of the biggest pleasures of the films for me is Gary Oldman s portrayal of Jim Gordon, and easily my favorite thing about Year One is Jim Gordon In his review of The Dark Knight, Peter Travers said that [...]


  23. I feel like I m a horrible person to give a Batman comic such a negative rating, and I urge everyone who happens to read my review not to trust my opinion You ll probably love it the artwork is okay and the plot well developed and fast paced I have never been much of a Batman fan neither have I ever understood the hype surrounding this figure, so I finally wanted to give one of the Batman comics a chance by reading Frank Miller s recounting of Batman s early crime fighting career I didn t enjoy [...]


  24. This is indeed the definitive origin of the Dark Knight No wonder this is among the top three with The Dark knight Returns and The Killing Joke , if not the best Batman story to date You do not call yourself a Batman fan or reader if you haven t read Batman Year One.What makes Year One great is the fact that there is no single villain Batman is dealing with in Frank Miller s masterpiece He has just donned the mantle of the Bat so we can give him a break There s just a couple of mobs, goons and a [...]



  25. After reading Batman The Dark Knight Returns and the Sin City series, I know Frank Miller just won t disappoint Look, see, what a brilliant job he had done with this origin story of Batman Batman Year One is all the grim and gritty Batman that every fan of the B man can hope for But we mustn t forget aside of Miller s brilliance and his noir style of story telling, the awesome artwork really deserves lot and lot of credits too Unlike the mainstream American comics with all their annoyingly brigh [...]


  26. The definitive origin of Batman Realism tinged with a frighteningly dark Gotham City underworld.2015 Review A four issue story from 1987 featuring origins of Batman, Jim Gordon, Catwoman, Harvey Dent, and the first appearances of Sarah Essen and mob boss Carmine Falcone Bruce Wayne returns to Gotham to begin his war on crime just as Gordon starts at the Gotham police department Bruce s path to inventing the Batman idea and perfecting it dovetails with Gordon s near suicidal assault against corru [...]