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Batman Incorporated, Vol. 1 epub

by Yanick Paquette,Grant Morrison


Batman Incorporated, Vol. 1 epub

ISBN: 1401232124

ISBN13: 978-1401232122

Author: Yanick Paquette,Grant Morrison

Category: Comics and Graphics

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: DC Comics; De Luxe edition edition (April 17, 2012)

Pages: 264 pages

ePUB book: 1688 kb

FB2 book: 1198 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 172

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Batman Incorporated collects Batman: Incorporated and Leviathan Strikes and is the last in the Grant . Yanick Paquette and Chris Burnham are in charge of the majority of the art for the series, and it is a beautiful book because of them.

Batman Incorporated collects Batman: Incorporated and Leviathan Strikes and is the last in the Grant Morrison Arc before the New 52. I loved this collection. Taking place after Batman and Robin Vol 1-3 and Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne we see a new Batman driven to protect the world. Pages are vibrant, colors are rich, and action scenes are kinetic.

Morrison continues his earth-shattering run on the Batman titles with this exciting series illustrated by hot artist Yanick Paquette that features the next .

Morrison continues his earth-shattering run on the Batman titles with this exciting series illustrated by hot artist Yanick Paquette that features the next stage of evolution of the Dark Knight. Bruce Wayne publicly announces that he is the financial backer of Batman and establishes a worldwide franchise of Batmen that will protect the entire globe. This is the beginning of a stunning direction for the world's greatest detective that will team him with Catwoman.

Batman, Incorporated Vol. 1 book. Things you can expect from Batman Incorporated: Fantastic artwork from Yanick Paquette, Chris Burnham, and Cameron Stewart. Bruce and Dick both wearing the Batsuit.

Batman Incorporated (also known as Batman, In. was an ongoing American comic book series published by DC Comics, featuring the superhero Batman. Written by Grant Morrison, the series debuted following the events of Batman . P, Final Crisis, Batman and Robin, and The Return of Bruce Wayne where, after being stranded in the distant past and believed dead, Bruce Wayne has returned to the present day DC Universe.

Grant Morrison continues his earth-shattering run on the Batman titles with this exciting new series illustrated by hot artist Yanick Paquette that features the next stage of evolution of the Dark Knight. Grant Morrison continues his earth-shattering run on the Batman titles with this exciting new series illustrated by hot artist Yanick Paquette that features the next stage of evolution of the Dark Knight.

Batman Incorporated Vol 1 (2011-2011). Batman Incorporated is a comic book series starring Batman. The series is spun out of the events of the return of Bruce Wayne and The Road Home. Bruce Wayne resumes his duty as Batman and founds Batman Incorporated. During the series' publication, the Batman comic books were divided between Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson.

Batman, Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes. Grant Morrison's Avatarex: Destroyer of Darkness. Batman: Arkham Asylum (1989).

Batman Incorporated, Vol. 1. Grant Morrison. Publisher: DC Comics. This list is for the full Grant Morrison experience and does included numerous issues of books not written by Grant Morrison but does revolve around his overall storyline and enhances the experience. However, if you’re on this page this is just the information you’re after, especially if you’re a collector and may want to bind them all yourself for the 100% Grant Morrison Batman book.

Batman unites the Dark Knights from around the globe in BATMAN INCORPORATED VOL. 1: THE DELUXE EDTION by superstar writer Grant Morrison!Morrison continues his earth-shattering run on the Batman titles with this exciting series illustrated by hot artist Yanick Paquette that features the next stage of evolution of the Dark Knight. Bruce Wayne publicly announces that he is the financial backer of Batman and establishes a worldwide franchise of Batmen that will protect the entire globe. This is the beginning of a stunning direction for the world's greatest detective that will team him with Catwoman, Batwoman and Batman In representatives on international crime fighting missions against Lord Death Man in Japan, South America and Argentina.This volume collects BATMAN INCORPORATED #1-8 and BATMAN INCORPORATED: LEVIATHAN STRIKES! #1.
Batman Incorporated collects Batman: Incorporated #1-8 and Leviathan Strikes #1 and is the last in the Grant Morrison Arc before the New 52. I loved this collection. Taking place after Batman and Robin Vol 1-3 and Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne we see a new Batman driven to protect the world. This teams him up with all sorts of international super heroes, many of whom have been mentioned earlier in the Arc in Batman and Son (If you haven't read that yet, do yourself a favor and read it). This Batman is more mature than he previously was and brings the reader a deeper understand of Batman and Bruce Wayne that we do not see from other comics. Plus I love all the new characters. This book is a must read on my Batman list.

Pros:
-New and interesting story line
-Batman grows up and goes international
-So many new and well though-out heroes and villains
-Great Art
-Grant Morrison

Cons
-Grant Morrison
-Lots of backstory (see comic arc list)

*Morrison's Story Arc is as follows:

Batman and Son (Included in Black Glove Deluxe Edition)
Batman: The Black Glove
Batman: RIP
Batman: Batman and Time (or Final Crisis but still needs 701 and 702)
Batman and Robin Volume 1-3
Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne (Technically happens during Batman and Robin Volumes 1 and 2)
Batman Incorporated (and Leviathan Strikes)
Batman Incorporated Vol 1: Demon Star (New 52)
Batman Incorporated Vol 2: Gotham's Most Wanted (New 52)

A readers guide to Grant Morrison's Batman is a great help if you are looking at the whole series.
I don't generally go for mainstream superhero comics, but Grant Morrison carries a lot of weight with me; his All-Star Superman and Flex Mentallo series are, in this reader's estimation, the very pinnacle of what can be achieved with the superhero archetype. So I gave Batman, Inc. a chance, and I'm glad I did. Though this story kicks off after a much longer story arc, it stands on its own remarkably well: I didn't feel as if I missed any of the plot or background details despite having no knowledge of the preceding material beyond what I'd read in publisher summaries of those books. And though Morrison loves to dig deeply into the most obscure corners of Batman's history for inspiration, the lens through which he filters those carefully-mined ideas is distinctly unique and not at all dependent upon the encyclopedic knowledge of continuity required by so many superhero titles. The work stands on its own, and does so in very entertaining fashion. Batman, Inc. wonderfully combines humor (a surprising number of genuine laugh-out-loud moments), action (Morrison is adept at using the medium's "limitless FX budget" to create outrageous action sequences), and quality character moments. The art is top-notch throughout, and the manic pacing ensures the reader will finish the volume both entertained and exhausted.

Is it great graphic literature, like Black Hole, or Maus, or Morrison's own Flex Mentallo? No, but that's not the intent here. Morrison's goal is obviously to create a ripping good adventure yarn that takes the Batman character into interesting new places, and he achieves said goal. What more could one ask from an escapist superhero fantasy?
Grant Morrison's run on Batman has been nothing short of revolutionary. The main Villains, instead of the timeless icons such as Joker, Mr. Freeze, Two Face, ect, were mainly characters of his own creation: Professor Pyg, Jezebel Jet, The Black Glove, William Hurt, and Thomas Wayne (those who have fully read the series will see the irony in the final three names). Paradoxically, in Batman Inc, the culmination of his four years of constant, jaw dropping work on batman, the true Villain is an familiar character whose stock rises incalculably because of this series.

Batman Inc picks up the threads from Morrison's work on his run on "Batman: The Black Glove Deluxe Edition", "Absolute Batman & Robin: Batman Reborn, and "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne". Bruce Wayne has returned and he is ready to tackle crime, on a global scale. The main plot is Batman marshaling his forces against the insidious criminal organization "Leviathan". He will travel from Japan, to Africa, to a Native American reservation in his efforts to recruit the right people for the job.

Yanick Paquette and Chris Burnham are in charge of the majority of the art for the series, and it is a beautiful book because of them. Pages are vibrant, colors are rich, and action scenes are kinetic. While I love every single part of this book, my absolute favorite part of this Collection has to be issue 7, and its focus on the fantastic Man of Bats. This issue manages to perfectly convey what type of hero's Man of Bats and his son Raven are, while managing to balance their rural existence with the global threat that is Leviathan.

If you have enjoyed Morrison's recent work on Batman, this is more of that except more polished, and that can't be a bad thing. If you haven't loved what Morrion's been doing, this will definitely not change your mind. Either way, this is my new favorite Batman series (yes, I enjoy batman inc 1 and 2 much more than Snyder's current run on Batman Vol. 1: The Court of Owls (The New 52)) and I can't recommend it highly enough. A must buy for fans of Batman, and of comics in general.