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eBook Batman: Jekyll & Hyde epub
  • ISBN: 1401217974
  • Author: Paul Jenkins
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics; First Edition edition (July 8, 2008)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1897 kb
  • FB2 size 1635 kb
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Batman: Jekyll and Hyde is, appropriately enough, a book split down the middle of good and bad quality. Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee explore the dual nature of man in this Batman/Two-Face showdown.

Batman: Jekyll and Hyde is, appropriately enough, a book split down the middle of good and bad quality. As a string of unexplained rage killings take Gotham by storm, Batman decides to pay a visit to his old frenemy Harvey Dent.

Written by Paul Jenkins Cover by Sean Phillips Art by Jae Lee and Sean Phillips Collecting the hit 6-issue miniseries! . Originally published in single magazine form in Batman: Jekyll & Hyde 1-6-T.

Written by Paul Jenkins Cover by Sean Phillips Art by Jae Lee and Sean Phillips Collecting the hit 6-issue miniseries! A unique story that examines the psychology.

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JEKYLL & HYDE is a story of duality that examines how one man can seemingly harbor two souls, each bent on the others destruction. But who is more honest: the man who acknowledges his dark side or the man who suppresses it? Dont miss this terrifying tale of Two-Faces past and present, as he battles with himself, and the Batman! Chapter (Issue) List. Batman: Jekyll & Hyde #6.

Written by Paul Jenkins Art by Jae Lee. Cover by Sean Phillips. The engrossing miniseries continues! Two-Face has drugged Batman, and now the Dark Knight must battle against his own Jekyll and Hyde syndrome

Written by Paul Jenkins Art by Jae Lee. The engrossing miniseries continues! Two-Face has drugged Batman, and now the Dark Knight must battle against his own Jekyll and Hyde syndrome. But what impact will Two-Face's struggles with his own identity have on Batman and his own scarred psyche? On sale June 22 ?

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The two latest projects from Paul Jenkins, 'Batman: Jekyll and Hyde' and Shadow Walker, a supernatural . In his two latest projects, Paul Jenkins tries to discover what exactly causes the dark side of the human psyche to hold sway over the light.

The two latest projects from Paul Jenkins, 'Batman: Jekyll and Hyde' and Shadow Walker, a supernatural creature featured in a recent Scum of the Earth video he co-directed, affords him the opportunity to tell stories about the human condition.

Batman: Jekyll and Hyde (Volume 1) was a limited series, published by DC Comics. It ran from 2005 until 2005. Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Batman: Jekyll and Hyde (2008)ISBN: 978-1-4012-17976. Comics from Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Vol 1. Collections from Batman: Jekyll and Hyde Vol 1. Cover Gallery: Batman: Jekyll and Hyde.

Paul Jenkins, Jae Lee, Sean Phillips. Gotham City is plagued with crime and corruption in places high and low, but one man has taken a stand against evil in all its forms: the dark avenger known as Batman. A rash of horrific murders committed by apparently ordinary people rocks Gotham City to its core - and when Harvey Dent, the horribly scarred criminal known as Two-Face, escapes from Arkham Asylum, Batman realizes he's involved.

A rash of brutal murders is plaguing Gotham city, and a possible suspect, Two-Face, has just escaped from Arkham Asylum, but with the aid of a mad doctor, he will attempt to control his "Jekyll and Hyde" syndrome once and for all--even if it means experimenting on everyone in Gotham, including Batman. Original.
Comments: (5)
Malann
Honestly one of my favorite Batman comics
fabscf
My friend, Dr. Pierre, was written in to this comic by Paul Jenkins, so it was particularly entertaining to read because of this. In general it was a good read and well illustrated, I have no complaints.
Grinin
I disagree with the reviewer who says that this miniseries is forgettable.

It is avoidable in the sense that writers who followed Jenkins did not pick up on the plot threads that he laid down here (although they could have, because they are very interesting additions to the Two-Face backstory). However, as a story in itself, it is pretty strong (no Year One, but perhaps along the lines of Death and the Maidens?).

Batman/Bruce Wayne is such a well-developed character it is difficult to find new takes on him that fit in with the overall characterisation, but I think that Jenkins has managed to do just that here. The tragedy of Harvey Dent is also pretty well handled here, better than most.

Plus, there are some genuine surprises and twists! And that is pretty rare in a Batman story that is just a miniseries and not part of an "event" type story.

As for the art, I generally don't like it when artists are switched half way through, and even in this case it would have been preferable. However, although I do think Jae Lee is an amazing artist, when Sean Philips took over, the story started to read more smoothly for me. I'm not sure if it was because the writing had changed in some way or because the art was more suited to teh flow of the story, but the comic improved when Sean Philips took over, and his art was also excellent. Ironically, his interior art was much much better than the covers he had been providing since issue 1.

So if you are looking for an even in Batman's life, its not here, but if you want well told character-driven story with some genuine plot twists, then this is a good one.
Stick
It is stories like these where the Dark Knight earns his appellation, with emphasis on the dark side. For people who prefer lighter tales this may not be for you. Brutal murders occur, replete with gory details, with the mood compounded by the depths of the disturbed psyches of Batman and Harvey Dent. Two-Face tales tend to explore the psychological similarities shared by these former friends turned ardent adversaries and this is no exception. The Jekyll and Hyde theme couldn't be more apropos, exemplified by both men, but in this case centering more on Batman's duality and the question of who is the mask, Batman or Bruce Wayne. Being two peas in the same pod no one understands this more than Harvey, and with the aid of a drug decrees "Welcome to my world" as he further plunges Batman into the recesses of his mind, opening a portal into purgatory he may never be able to close. We continue to see the anguish caused by his parents deaths and how this has prevented him from any semblence of happiness. One wonders if his tenuous grip on sanity could be one coin toss away. On a grander scale we are all living on the edge since there is Jekyll and Hyde in all of us. While some of the Two-Face themes may be rehashed it is always intriguing to read a fresh take on him, illustrating how he may be the most psychotic of Batman's rogues.
Bradeya
Ugg. Groan. Haven't we read these stories before? Nothing new here. The art is good but then a few issues later it's not. I hate when comics are a series and the artist gets switched out after a couple issues. The story is the same ol' same ol. Two Face breaks out of prison and comes up with the dumbest way to take over Gotham. Is he putting chemicals in the water? Hrrm. Many people are dying and we're supposed to figure out the mystery with Batman guiding us through the streets of Gotham. Throw in a some heavy allusions to Jekyll & Hyde and you've got a disappointing and boring Two Face retread story. It's the same thing we've seen a dozen times before. I'm annoyed that I even bought it. It's not good.
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