Justice league darkseid war batman 1
Justice League: The Darkseid War: Batman #1 by Peter J. TomasiSo I heard about this story and became intrigued. Batman gets the powers of a god, finds out who killed his parents, and who the Joker is. That was all I had to go on, so I bugged my local comic shop and found out that it was the Darkseid War series. Usually with expecrations that high I am let down, but I loved this story.
With his new powers Batman drives himself crazy and decides he can prevent crime by going Minority Report on Gotham. Gordan is angry, Alfred is worried, and Batman is terrifying. I cant wait to finish the rest of the Darkseid War to find out more Batman. So much better than I expected.
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Justice League – Darkseid War – Batman 01 (2015)
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As the Darkseid War rages on, Batman's role in Gotham City--and the world-alters drastically as he's forced to accept his new role as a God of Knowledge. Tie-in comics are usually lackluster, but this creative team is an exception to the rule. They showed that a single, self-contained issue can be potent and passionate. Hopefully, this group will work again because the end result is impressive. Its possible to read this without being up to speed in Justice League, but it is highly recommended to start there. This is a comic Batman fans will enjoy and deeply appreciate. Read Full Review.
Peter J. Tomasi opens the tale with a discussion like so many before between Batman and Commissioner Jim Gordon. Gordon lights the night one more time to initiate the conversation, and the Bat-signal plays a pivotal role in the commissioner's appeal to his most revered ally. Tomasi underscores Batman's slipping grasp on humanity through the duo's conversation, but reminds readers that -- no matter the influence -- Batman is still dedicated to his mission. The writer slips in a humorous bit before zipping across Gotham City. Tomasi uses the lens of Gotham to investigate the chair's hold on Batman and to illustrate the Dark Knight's newfound abilities, juxtaposing the concepts and weighing them out, coaxing readers to choose a side. Pasarin follows "Justice League" artist Jason Fabok's lead and packs detail upon detail into every single panel of the issue.
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