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Batman: Knightfall, Part Three: KnightsEnd…
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Batman: Knightfall, Part Three: KnightsEnd (edição: 1995)

de Chuck Dixon (Autor), Graham Nolan (Ilustrador), Bret Blevins (Ilustrador), Ron Wagner (Ilustrador), Barry Kitson (Ilustrador)

Séries: Showcase '94 (10), Robin (8-9), Batman: Knightfall (Volume 3 part one), Catwoman (v2 12-13), Batman: Shadow of the Bat (29-30), Detective Comics TPBs (676-677), Batman TPBs (509-510), Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight (62-63), Batman

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Following the events of Batman- Knightquest- The Search, Bruce Wayne is ready to return to his role as Gotham's greatest protector, Batman. Including never-before-collected material! Bruce Wayne completes his improbable recovery from his broken back and is ready to resume his role as Gotham's protector. But Jean-Paul Valley, the man who now patrols the night as a vicious and violent Batman, is not willing to give up his new identity. Driven to the brink of madness by inner demons, the new Batman seeks to destroy Bruce as they meet in mortal combat. Part of a massive 25th anniversary recut of the entireBatman- Knightfallsaga, this graphic novel collects Batman#509-510, Batman- Shadow of The Bat#29-30, Batman- Legends of The Dark Knight#62-63, Robin#8-9, Detective Comics#676-677, Catwoman#12-13 and Showcase '94#10… (mais)
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Título:Batman: Knightfall, Part Three: KnightsEnd
Autores:Chuck Dixon (Autor)
Outros autores:Graham Nolan (Ilustrador), Bret Blevins (Ilustrador), Ron Wagner (Ilustrador), Barry Kitson (Ilustrador)
Informação:DC Comics (1995), 304 pages
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Etiquetas:DC2524, graphic novel, john costanza

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This is a pretty lengthy, crazy arc but I really enjoyed it. I will say these definitely feel more "comic booky" than graphic novel, but I'm probably just being a snob. The overall structure was really strong, some individual lines are undeniably cheesy but these are also mid 90s and the standard were a little different back then. I mostly liked the ending, the climax is a pretty cool spectacle with Nightwing, Robin, Batman, Azrael, Catwoman and Mobsters all fighting on a helicopter/bridge/penthouse but the ending seemed a bit rushed. I'd love to see this whole story in a video game or something, but we sort of already did see some of this in the Dark Knight Rises movie. ( )
  hskey | Aug 20, 2020 |
I was really letdown by how this series finished up. Don't get me wrong, where they went with this story made a lot of sense as it was the most logical conclusion. Of course Batman was going to return to prominence and confront Azrael, it was what they had been setting up all along. It just felt flat and uninspired.

Bruce's training in the beginning was interesting to say the least, not sure why he would train under the guidance of someone who is a known assassin and murderer but in the end, he did it in his own way. The further involvment of Nightwing was a welcomed addition (despite the gross mullet), I've always liked the character and I'm interested in reading some of his stand alone stuff.

The thing that really bothered me was the ending.

Why did Batman just let Azrael go after he defeated him? I understand that Jean-Paul Valley (Azrael) been through a type of brainwashing or had been equipped with a twisted perception of true justice but he should have to answer for the lives he allegedly ended. The fact that Bruce basically said, "get out of my sight, leave Gotham and I never want to see you here again" confused me. I'm sure The Dark Knight has brought others to justice for far less.

Also, why is it when Azrael is lit on fire, does his costume completely change colors? Pretty sure that's not how fire works. Well, unless it melted the costume and gave it a gross black color?

I'm clearly nitpicking at this point.


All in all, a pretty average arc. A strong beginning with a steady middle and an "ok" ending. Pretty sure Christopher Nolan brought us the definitive Bane story with The Dark Knight Rises, which was of course, inspired by this series. He took the awesome parts from the first volume and I think, improved upon the story overall. ( )
  branimal | Apr 1, 2014 |
The conclusion of the excellent "Knightfall" storyline from the "Batman" comics of 1994 or thereabouts, in which Batman, still recovering from the broken back inflicted on him by Bane, must retrain to take his mantle back from Jean Paul Valley, his appointed successor, who has basically gone rogue. Well-conceived, written and drawn, I particularly liked Batman's meticulous training under the assassin Shiva, and the final confrontation with Jean Paul, which took a decidedly different turn than I would have predicted. The conclusion to one of the most ambitious and provovcative storylines DC Comics has ever embarked upon. Mostly good artwork, with Barry Kitson my top pick. ( )
  burnit99 | Feb 10, 2007 |
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Following the events of Batman- Knightquest- The Search, Bruce Wayne is ready to return to his role as Gotham's greatest protector, Batman. Including never-before-collected material! Bruce Wayne completes his improbable recovery from his broken back and is ready to resume his role as Gotham's protector. But Jean-Paul Valley, the man who now patrols the night as a vicious and violent Batman, is not willing to give up his new identity. Driven to the brink of madness by inner demons, the new Batman seeks to destroy Bruce as they meet in mortal combat. Part of a massive 25th anniversary recut of the entireBatman- Knightfallsaga, this graphic novel collects Batman#509-510, Batman- Shadow of The Bat#29-30, Batman- Legends of The Dark Knight#62-63, Robin#8-9, Detective Comics#676-677, Catwoman#12-13 and Showcase '94#10

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