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eBook Batman: Detective Comics Vol. 1: Faces of Death (The New 52) epub

by Tony S. Daniel

eBook Batman: Detective Comics Vol. 1: Faces of Death (The New 52) epub
  • ISBN: 1401234666
  • Author: Tony S. Daniel
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics; 1st edition (June 12, 2012)
  • Pages: 176 pages
  • ePUB size: 1143 kb
  • FB2 size 1172 kb
  • Formats lrf docx rtf azw


Q: The New 52 was a huge success for DC, but how to you think it affected the comic book industry as a whole? .

Now Batman seems to revel in his anger more (especially when in costume) and uses jargon like "Bones" when referring to money and says to captured criminals "Let's Go Sunshine.

Batman – Detective Comics, Volume 1 book. As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics-The New 52 event of September 2011, Detective Comics is relaunched for the first time ever with an all-new number #1!

Batman – Detective Comics, Volume 1 book. As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics-The New 52 event of September 2011, Detective Comics is relaunched for the first time ever with an all-new number Bruce Wayne returns as Batman, and sets his sights on new villain the Gotham Ripper, who in turn has his sights on Batman.

As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics – The New 52 event, DETECTIVE COMICS is relaunched for the first .

As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics – The New 52 event, DETECTIVE COMICS is relaunched for the first time! With the first seven hard-hitting issues from acclaimed writer/artist Tony S. Daniel, Bruce Wayne returns as Batman – and sets his sights on the Gotham Ripper, who in turn has his sights on Batman. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne explores a budding romance with TV journalist Charlotte Rivers, who's visiting Gotham City to cover the gruesome slayings. But time is running out as Commissioner Gordon and Batman work to uncover the secret of the dread Dollmaker!

Tony S. Daniel decided to become a comic book artist in the 4th grade and has never looked back. Detective comics vol. 1: faces of death. 2: scare tactics.

Tony S. In 2011 he re-launched DETECTIVE COMICS for DC’s New 52, writing and drawing most of the first year of the historic series.

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Originally launched as a standard book, the title received a back up feature . Free DC Comics Download.

Originally launched as a standard book, the title received a back up feature starting with issue The title launched with Writer/Artist Tony Daniel at the helm, who would leave shortly after a full year on the title, to become the regular artist on Action Comics. With Daniel’s departure, writer John Layman, and artist Jason Fabok took his place as the new creative team. For regular issue version, please go to this post : Detective Comics Vol. 2 – 52 + Annuals (2011-2016).

Detective Comics Vol 2 (2011-2016). Detective Comics (Volume 2) is one of The New 52 ongoing series to be published after Flashpoint. After 52 issues, the series is ended as part of DC Rebirth. Detective Comics (Volume 1) resumed publication with issue (August, 2016), the number Volume 1 would have been at had it been in continuous publication. Detective Comics (Volume 2) Detective Comics (Volume 2) Detective Comics (Volume 2) Detective Comics (Volume 2) #4. Daniel, Bruce Wayne returns as Batman – and sets his sights on the Gotham Ripper, who i. . Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne explores a budding romance with TV journalist Charlotte Rivers, who’s visiting Gotham City to cover the gruesome slayings.

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Detective Comics (Volume 2) New 52 Vol. 1. Genre.

New York Times BestsellerAs a part of the acclaimed DC Comics—The New 52 event of September 2011, Detective Comics is relaunched for the first time ever with an all-new number #1! Bruce Wayne returns as Batman, and sets his sights on new villain the Gotham Ripper, who in turn has his sights on Batman. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne explores a budding romance with television journalist Charlotte Rivers, who's visiting Gotham City to cover the gruesome slayings–while also trying to uncover Bruce's own mystery. But time is running out as both Commissioner Gordon and Batman work to uncover the true identity of this new serial killer.

This volume collects issues 1-7 of Detective Comics, part of the DC Comics—The New 52 event.

Comments: (7)
Bedy
Good plot, good art, very interesting villains but some of the things Batman says, I can't imagine him saying. For example something goes wrong and he says: "dumb". That doesn't seem like Batman to me
Banal
As a long time fan of Detective Comics, I was very surprised that DC would restart this comic book at #1. This is part of DCs New 52 line up. I was sceptical of a revamp of the DC comics universe and a revamping of Detective Comics specifically. However, this was a pleasant surprise of read in that they did not change too much of the Dark Knight detective mythos from before. I definitely recommend this to any fan of the Batman comics.
JUST DO IT
Truth be told I haven't read Batman since the Hush storyline and this is my first New 52 Batman graphic novel and I must say that it was really good and Tony Daniels art is perfect for Batman. It was quite interesting how the Joker made his first appearance into the New 52.
So if truly a fan of Batman I suggest you read this graphic novel and then you'll find out how it it and why the Joker has staples on his face.
Jare
I have been reading Batman for years and was excited to be able to pick up the "Detective Comics-Faces of Death" and "Batman-Court of Owls" TPB's representing the beginning of the New 52 startups. After having read both I agree with most in that "Batman -Court of Owls" is special (read the reviews on Amazon where I could not have put it better!) For "Detective Comics-Faces of Death" I will say this-it's a very different take on Batman which is why I believe it's getting so many negative reviews.

Now Batman seems to revel in his anger more (especially when in costume) and uses jargon like "Bones" when referring to money and says to captured criminals "Let's Go Sunshine." As I write this it reminds me sort of like a Dirty Harry version of Batman running through a horror movie with freakish characters under the guise of a plot where suspension of disbelief is the status quo. With that being said, it's unique and the solid art fits the story well. Definitely the darker side of Batman which seems to be influenced somewhat by Frank Miller's work on the series. If that sounds like something you may enjoy, I say give it a chance.
Helldor
It's an amazing book! I didn't think I'd like it as much as I did. I finished it right after I got it, the plot is amazing!
Jonariara
From the cover art, I was hoping for a Joker-focus book, but he figures very little in the story. The artwork is fantastic, however not what I was expecting/hoping to read.
Gann
Just getting into comics recently I really enjoy reading Batman comics since I have been a Batman fan since I was a kid. I had a hard time actually putting this down. The entire volume was pretty exciting to me.
I just finished reading this volume. It would have been nice to have read it before I read Batman Death of the Family first. This is the volume where the Joker gets his face sliced off.
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