Batman and son deluxe edition

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batman and son deluxe edition

Batman: The Black Glove, Deluxe Edition by Grant Morrison

Batman receives the shock of his life when he discovers that he has a son, Damian! After violent conflict with Robin and Damian, Batman must teach his son what it means to carry the legacy of Gothams Dark Knight. Meanwhile, mysterious Batman imposters begin to appear on the streets of Gotham. One of these imposters begins to kill cops, working his way towards Police Commissioner Jim Gordon. But after failing in his pursuit and being captured, Batman falls into a coma and his mind flashes back to a defining adventure in the life of a young Bruce Wayne...the hunt for his parents killer!
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Batman And Son Graphic Novel Review

Batman: Batman and Son (Deluxe Edition)

There were too many side-kicks already and Damian just felt like another, younger version of Jason Todd. And just when your energy is up, the book hits you in the gut with something very dark. My favorite Joker story in a decade. Perhaps longer. The art by John Van Fleet is absolutely horrible computer generated imagery and it almost hurts to look at it, but thankfully there is very little of it. This was a unique one-shot issue that was almost entirely prose. Batman is here as well.

With the upcoming release of the Batman and Son movie on the horizon though, I decided I would read this story because, as mentioned, I'm just not a fan of Damian. I also wanted to be able to make a comparison between the source material and the movie when released as I thought that the Under the Red Hood movie was better than the volume it was based from; but I digress. The only thing that makes you think otherwise is his very nice and trusting nature, which is displayed quite a bit in this story. Like Bruce he wants to give Damien the benefit of the doubt, but that just lands him in a recovery bed. I'll admit I somewhat enjoyed the initial Batman and Son storyline, but seeing how fast Damian went from 'screw you' to everyone to 'please father accept me,' followed by seeing his mother again and switching to 'didn't I do good mommy,' - yea, that just didn't bode over well with me.

Batman receives the shock of his life when he discovers that he has a son, Damian Wayne! Trained by the League of Assassins, this offspring of Bruce Wayne.
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Written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Andy Kubert , the story was published in four parts in the comic book Batman starting in and ending in The story was the beginning of Morrison's run in the Batman comic as well as his long-term take on the character of Batman through multiple titles over the next seven years. Morrison was hired by DC editors to give his take on Batman after having recently given his definitive take on the character of Superman in All Star Superman. In writing the arc, he took ideas from past Batman stories, especially the story Batman: Son of the Demon. Morrison brought back the idea of a son, Damian, being born from a love affair between Batman and Talia al Ghul , the daughter of his nemesis, Ra's al Ghul.

It's Morrison's debut arc on the Batman series and his third installment in the Morrison's Batman saga, following [[Batman: Gothic Gothi. It's Morrison's debut arc on the Batman series and his third installment in the Morrison's Batman saga, following Gothic over fifteen years prior and followed by The Clown at Midnight. This storyline expands on plot threads from the earlier graphic novel Son of the Demon and reintroduces his son Ibn al Xu'ffasch as the character Damian Wayne. After returning from a trip across the world with Nightwing and Robin , Batman meets his alleged son, Damian al Ghul , who's mother is Ra's al Ghul 's daughter, Talia al Ghul. Damian lives with the Dark Knight for a while, expressing his interest in replacing Tim Drake as Robin. Batman must battle Ra's and the League of Assassins , and he attempts to become closer to his son. Tim, on the other hand, feels like Batman would prefer his real son as Robin, until Batman claims that he prefers Tim fighting by his side, rather than his hot headed, inexperienced, vicious son Damian.


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