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Batman Versus Bane epub ebook

by Brian Stelfreeze,Graham Nolan,Chuck Dixon

Batman Versus Bane epub ebook

Author: Brian Stelfreeze,Graham Nolan,Chuck Dixon
Category: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: DC Comics (February 28, 2012)
Pages: 160 pages
ISBN: 1401233775
ISBN13: 978-1401233778
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 361
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The writer/artist team from "Vengeance" (Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan, respectively) return here to continue the saga of the villain they took so much care in creating.

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Charles Dixon (born April 14, 1954) is an American comic book writer, best known for his work on the Marvel Comics character the Punisher and on the DC Comics characters Batman, Nightwing.

Charles Dixon (born April 14, 1954) is an American comic book writer, best known for his work on the Marvel Comics character the Punisher and on the DC Comics characters Batman, Nightwing, and Robin in the 1990s and early 2000s. Chuck Dixon's earliest comics work was writing Evangeline for Comico Comics in 1984 and then for First Comics.

Chuck Dixon (Goodreads Author), Brian Stelfreeze. ISBN: 1401233775 (ISBN13: 9781401233778). Published July 17th 2012 by DC Comics. Author(s): Chuck Dixon (Goodreads Author), Brian Stelfreeze.

Dixon, Nolan, Ban. hat’s not to love?! This is, without a doubt, going to be the ULTIMATE Bane adventure!  . hat’s not to love?! This is, without a doubt, going to be the ULTIMATE Bane adventure! Always happy to be re-united with Graham and this is an especially heady experience returning to our most significant contribution to the Batman mythos, said Dixon.

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Chuck Dixon (born April 14, 1954) is an American Comic Book writer, who is famous for his long run of Batman related stories in the 1990s, and for the co-creation of the villain Bane.

Chuck Dixon began his writing career in 1984 with his then wife, Judith Hunt, on the series Evangeline for Comico . During his run on multiple Batman and Punisher titles, Dixon also managed to launch Team 7 at Wildstorm and Prophet at Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Studios.

Chuck Dixon began his writing career in 1984 with his then wife, Judith Hunt, on the series Evangeline for Comico Comics. His work slate increased even further as he contributed to Catwoman and Green Arrow regularly too, having roughly seven titles released each month between 1993 and 1998.

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Bane, the villain who broke Batman’s back in KNIGHTFALL, steps out of the shadows and into the spotlight in this new collection of classic stories! First, discover Bane’s origin story in an epic that leads from a hellish South American prison to the streets of Gotham City, as Bane’s obsession with destroying Batman begins. Then, on a quest to learn the identity of his own father, Bane crosses paths with one of Batman’s greatest foes: Ra’s al Ghul, the immortal Demon’s Head, who attempts to recruit Bane in his plans for world domination.
Reviews (7)
Meztisho
*This collection only has Vengence of Bane and Bane of the Demon.*

I ordered this book because I really wanted Vengence of Bane. I thought $8.30 was a great deal since most back issues of this one-shot ranges between $15-$30 and any other Bane related comics they threw in there would have been a bonus for me. To my surprise, they also had Bane of the Demon, which to my knowledge, has never been in any collected form and a great deal since all four issues of that limited run are pretty pricey and hard to find. I wish they had the Vengence of Bane II and Batman: Bane one-shots in there as well, but I'm pretty happy with what I got. As I noted above, this collection only has Vengence of Bane and Bane of the Demon. If you want more of Bane, I recommend Knightfall Vol. 1 and 2, No Man's Land vol. 4 and 5, and Secret Six. If you have those already, than this book is perfect for your collection.

Also, the title for this collection is misleading since there really isn't any Batman vs Bane stories here. Batman and Bane do not fight in Vengence, and if memory serves, Batman is not even featured in Bane of the Demon.

Геракл
I read more TB than comics, so I enjoy having a story all in one. This is a nice -well put together collection of Bane stories that reads like one story. You probably should have some background of Bane and you will enjoy it more if you read Knightfall. In fact, I will probably go back and re-read that series now. It would also help if you know who Ra's al Ghul is- from the comics, not the movie. Batman Birth of the Demon is a good read for that. You may also want a little background on Talia to fully enjoy this- although I think you probably could still read through this if you have no background and enjoy it.

If you read Batman a lot, and are pretty versed in his story and the above people, you will probably be pretty happy to add this to your collection and you will probably read through it in 1-2 sittings.

There isn't anything major- nothing really new, just a nice collection. I give it four stars because I enjoyed it and I am glad to have it.

Auridora
I got this is preparation for The Dark Knight Rises and it was very interesting to learn the background of the man who broke the bat. It contains a few stories all of which you can tell were used for inspiration for Nolan's film. Definite great buy.

Hono
I bought this title on a whim in order to qualify for the super-saver shipping and am quite pleased with it.
This book is great for readers interested in the villian Bane. The Vengeance of Bane is the perfect prelude to the Knightfall storyline, I'm surprised it wasn't included in the first Knightfall book. If you're looking to read Knightfall you really should read this story as well. The Bane of the Demon story featuring Ra's and Talia is also very interesting.
Overall, I felt like this release is meant to capitalize on the popularity of the Bane and Talia characters heading into this summer with the forthcoming release of TDKR. But that's not a bad thing!
Like others have stated, calling the title 'Batman versus Bane' is rather misleading. While their first meeting is included in the book, they do not fight. This didn't bother me however, because I already have Knightfall 1-3.
Others have also stated that this book could include more stories.. which is true, but then you'd have to expect the price to go up as well.
For the price listed here on amazon this is a great buy and I would definitely recommend this. Just make sure you know what you're getting!

Edit: Since writing this apparently a re-release of the Knightfall arc has come out that includes The Vengeance of Bane. But if you have the old set like I do and don't want to purchase the books again, then this is still well worth getting.

Kirimath
First things first: "Batman Versus Bane" is a horribly inappropriate name for this collection. That title implies that Batman and Bane spend at least a considerable amount of these pages at odds with one another, likely getting into a physical fight at least once. Truth be told, the Dark Knight hardly appears at all in these stories, and he and Bane share maybe two pages. Instead, the stories collected here shed new light for many on one of the most tragically misunderstood villains in Batman's rogues gallery.

Most fans who know Bane from animation, video games, or the "Batman and Robin" film, probably view him as a grunting, steroid-abusing goon whose only threat to the Dark Knight lies in his brute strength, which Batman can easily overcome with his wits. The Bane character's comic book roots, however, say something quite different.

In fact, after reading the villain's origin in "The Vengeance of Bane", reprinted here for the first time, it seems a shame that when crossing over into other media, the character's use of specialized strength enhancers has far out-shined his sheer cunning, intellect, determination, and (arguably) justifiable hatred of man. Those wondering why Christopher Nolan chose Bane as the marquee villain for his upcoming Gotham swan song, "The Dark Knight Rises", will get a clear idea upon reading this--the self-imposed path to perfection Bane sets himself upon here rings as a dark reflection of Bruce Wayne's journey in Nolan's "Batman Begins".

A mini-series called "Bane of the Demon" is present as well, also collected for the first time. The writer/artist team from "Vengeance" (Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan, respectively) return here to continue the saga of the villain they took so much care in creating. This story finds Bane on a search for the identity of his father, and ends up with him joining the ranks of Batman nemesis Ra's al Ghul. This story serves as a prelude to the Batman "Contagion" and "Legacy" mega stories, both of which are sadly out of print (but will hopefully see a new pressing in the near future).

Here is where the missed opportunity comes into play. The stories selected here are solid reads that certainly paint Bane as an intriguing and worthy adversary, but with only two stories collected, it just seems like there should be more. There exist two additional one-shot specials starring Bane ("Vengeance of Bane II: The Redemption" and "Batman/Bane") that would have fit in perfectly here, as well as a Bane story from the "Batman: Gotham Knights" series that concludes Bane's search for his father--which begins in this collection, but sees no resolution in it.

That is really what knocks a star off this book's rating for me. The stories here are absolutely worth reading, but there are more that would have been right at home in this collection--and since Bane's appearances outside of blockbuster event books like "Knightfall" and "No Man's Land" are not frequent, DC could have doubled the pages in this book and given readers a more complete Batman/Bane collection.

Unirtay
Great service! There is nothing that needs to be improved at all. Will buy from again sometime in the near future.

Mavegar
the Birth of Bane, a hidden gem of the Batman Universe.

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