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ALL STAR BATMAN #10
Written by SCOTT SNYDER • Art and cover by RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE • Variant cover by CHRIS BURNHAM • Variant cover by FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
"The First Ally" part one! When the Dark Knight is taken down by a new enemy whose attacks he cannot counter, he uncovers a plot spanning generations...whose mastermind might be one of his closest allies! But who is the First Ally?
On sale MAY 10 • 32 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
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Uhhh magari quando non era nemmeno Batman e si stava solo allenando?
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Citazione di: Azrael il 22 Febbraio 2017, 07:49:15
he uncovers a plot spanning generations...whose mastermind might be one of his closest allies!
:shifty: :shifty:
Mi ricorda qualcosa...  :rolleyes:

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MasterNic

Nella mia indecisione sull'acquisto futuro dell'HC (sì, sto già pensando all'HC nonostante debba uscire ad Aprile  :lolle:), ho preso e letto il primo numero da comixology. Purtroppo no mi ha aiutato molto nella scelta, perchè mi è piaciuto il pretesto del viaggio di Bats con two faces e tutto, ma non sono sicurissimo, insomma non ho ancora la sicurezza di prendere il volume!  :hmm:   Ah, quindi la storia del finale sarebbe una back-up story? Sarebbe una storia in appendice che si distacca da quella principale?
" Essere Fash non è una dura responsabilità, è il sogno di tutta una vita. " 


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Citazione di: MasterNic il 05 Marzo 2017, 20:05:12
Nella mia indecisione sull'acquisto futuro dell'HC (sì, sto già pensando all'HC nonostante debba uscire ad Aprile  :lolle:), ho preso e letto il primo numero da comixology. Purtroppo no mi ha aiutato molto nella scelta, perchè mi è piaciuto il pretesto del viaggio di Bats con two faces e tutto, ma non sono sicurissimo, insomma non ho ancora la sicurezza di prendere il volume!  :hmm:   Ah, quindi la storia del finale sarebbe una back-up story? Sarebbe una storia in appendice che si distacca da quella principale?

Si distacca :sisi:
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Preview: ALL STAR BATMAN #8

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Letto #8
Altro bel numero scritto da Snyder, secondo me doveva partire così già dal primo numero, perché quella storia con Two-Face non aveva senso, aveva detto che avrebbe spiegato la "resurrezione" di Harvey ma erano tutte balle, vabbo.

Prossimo numero si scoprirà il vero villain, ora magari sembrerò un disco rotto, ma credo sia Ra's! :P
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Letto il #8
Bel numero, davvero. Assenza di dialoghi e presenza di narrazione. Un viaggio con il cappellaio davvero riuscito, e impreziosito dai disegni di Camuncoli che in alcune tavole si supera davvero

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All-Star Batman #8
Written by Scott Snyder
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Mark Morales,Dean White, and Francesco Francavilla
Lettering by Steve Wands
Published by DC Comics
Review by Justin Partridge
'Rama Rating: 9 out of 10

All-Star Batman #8 is a comic featuring one of Batman's most overlooked villains tearing down his psyche and almost dooming him to an eternal dissociation between the personalities of Bruce Wayne, the man and the Bat.

It's also a comic featuring Batman smashing someone in the face with a robotic flamingo.

Scott Snyder's tight and theatrical auteur experiment continues in this eighth issue, but this time he's brought Hellblazer and Spider-Man artist Giuseppe Camuncoli, inker Mark Morales, and colorist Dean White along with him for the trippiest issue of All-Star to date. "Ends of the Earth" now finds the Caped Crusader in the Mississippi Delta facing down Jervis Tetch, the latest suspect in Batman's current ongoing case.

Continuing the current line's commitment to weirdness, Batman's latest scrap with the Mad Hatter takes him to the limit mentally while the Blackhawks keep him busy physically, all of which is supported by Snyder's trademark narrations, given a creepy cadence thanks to letterer Steve Wands. Artist Camuncoli, along with the heavy pen of Morales, and the sickly sweet colors of White, shows a toned new side of his work — his pencils here looking like a beefy version of Chris Burnham's Batman Inc. insanity. The main Batman books are strange beasts nowadays, but this eighth issue shows that there are none stranger or better than All-Star Batman.

After the repeated opening image of Batman emerging from the background of the panel and almost approaching the reader in a four-panel grid, Scott Snyder is working on a tight, tense schedule. Through his opening narration he presents a Chekov's Gun of sorts with the concept of a "window moment" — Batman describes it as the "a-ha" moment that detectives have in stalled cases and now this case's curtains have opened and all the evidence has been illuminated. Snyder then promptly starts warping Batman's own personal cornerstone "window moment"; the moment he decided to become Batman.

Though this comic has a fantastic display of Snyder's control of action sequences and the sudden unexpected humor he injects in them (like the aforementioned flamingo smash), his real focus in this issue is a battle of personalities. Jervis' trap here is an ingenious one as he subverts one of the most important moments in Bruce's history, the "Yes, Father. I shall become a Bat," moment. Snyder keeps Batman compellingly off-balance in this issue, pitting him against his very own psyche, which is precisely the kind of weirdness I've loved from the current crop of Batman books. Issue #8 is also a much-needed showcase for Jervis Tetch, which continues Snyder's streak of rogue rehab. Granted, this title started out pretty great, but "Ends of the Earth" continues to raise the bar with each passing issue.

Giuseppe Camuncoli, Mark Morales, and Dean White are the latest "directors" tasked with bringing Snyder's script to life and through restraint in places and mind-bending displays in others, the team more than rises to the occasion. In the first half of this comic, the team delivers standard Batman action as he dismantles three attackers in free hanging panels seemingly suspended against a white void. This layout provides a nice level of focus on the panels and the finely detailed and dourly colored action found therein.

But when Batman and the Hatter face off, things take more than a few turns. Firstly, the panels are now firmly locked in their layouts, suggesting a solid reality, but what the team starts to render in these pages are anything but solid. The trio then start to warp perspective, layering in ghostly figures on top of the normal streets of Gotham, and build to a ghoulish one-page splash of a mutated Tetch feasting on the brain of Batman as he fights his way through his Rogues Gallery in the folds of his mind. Super weird, right? But Giuseppe Camuncoli, Mark Morales, and Dean White make it sing, standing toe-to-toe with the other richly produced issues previous.

It's a great time to be a Batman fan because we keep getting books like All-Star Batman #8. Capped off by another moody installment of "The Cursed Wheel" from Snyder and Francesco Francavilla, this latest issue continues the title's offbeat hot streak and stands as a true testament to the thematic and artistic malleability of this series. If you like your Batman comics to be a little more Grant Morrison and a little less Doug Moench, then All-Star Batman #8 is the issue for you.
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