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ePub Batman: Haunted Knight download
Author:
Bob Kane,Jeph Loeb
ISBN13:
978-1435216587
ISBN:
143521658X
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Paw Prints 2007-11-01 (November 2007)
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Batman: Haunted Knight is an anthology trade paperback published by DC Comics in 1996. It reprinted three one-shot specials from the previous three years (three Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Halloween Specials). Each of the stories were written.

Batman: Haunted Knight is an anthology trade paperback published by DC Comics in 1996. Each of the stories were written by Jeph Loeb and featured art by Tim Sale. The popularity of these stories led to the limited series Batman: The Long Halloween.

Batman: Haunted Knight collects Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s Halloween Specials from Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight. DC launched Legends of the Dark Knight as an anthology series with stories set earlier in Batman’s career and in the style of Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One. These three stories each fit that pattern, with Fears focusing on a battle between Batman and the Scarecrow, Madness focusing on Batman’s fight with the Mad Hatter who has kidnapped Captain Jim Gordon’s adopted daughter Barbara, and Ghosts retelling Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.

Batman haunted knight - haunted knight is a collection of 3 short stories you could say, one being about scarecrow, one being . In Haunted Knight Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale tell three stories of Halloween early in Batman's career

Batman haunted knight - haunted knight is a collection of 3 short stories you could say, one being about scarecrow, one being about mad hatter and commissioner Gordon and the last being about penguin and batman finding out how in the future when he dies no one will care and the name Batman in the future will be useless to everyone. My thoughts (the good and bad) - the first story . My second Jeph Loeb Tim sale book about Batman, hmmmmm what do we have here. In Haunted Knight Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale tell three stories of Halloween early in Batman's career. The first is "Fears" and, appropriate for Halloween, the Scarecrow takes centre stage.

Batman: Haunted Knight. Genres: Action, Adventure, Crime, Superhero. Publisher: DC Comics. Publication date: 1996. A rotating roster of the world's top comic book creators deliver unique tales starring Batman in this acclaimed anthology series! Spanning the career of the Dark Knight, these stories celebrate all aspects of the World's Greatest Detective.

Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Batman: Haunted Knight. Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale, Bob Kane. Published by Paw Prints 2007-11-01 (2007). ISBN 10: 143521658X ISBN 13: 9781435216587.

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Описание: "THE LONG HALLOWEEN is more than a comic book. It's an epic tragedy. Christopher Nolan (director The Dark Knight Rises).

In the city of the demented villains, Halloween brings out the worst of the lot. This edition collects three of Batman's Halloween adventures in which he takes on some of the most fearsome and twisted foes--The Scarecrow, The Mad Hatter, and The Penguin. Graphic novel format. Available in September.
  • “Batman: Haunted Knight” collects Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s Halloween Specials from “Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight”. DC launched “Legends of the Dark Knight” as an anthology series with stories set earlier in Batman’s career and in the style of Frank Miller’s “Batman: Year One”. These three stories each fit that pattern, with “Fears” focusing on a battle between Batman and the Scarecrow, “Madness” focusing on Batman’s fight with the Mad Hatter who has kidnapped Captain Jim Gordon’s adopted daughter Barbara, and “Ghosts” retelling Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”. Of the three, “Fear” is the longest and Sale uses a crowd scene of Bruce Wayne’s Halloween party to include several other well-known characters, like Hobbes (of “Calvin and Hobbes” fame), Mike Allred’s Madman, Jeff Smith’s Bone, Dave Sim’s Cerebus, some Disney and “Wizard of Oz” characters, and Waldo. When Batman catches Scarecrow, he begins muttering, “Professor Crane isssn’t here right now. But if you’d like to make an appointment…?” (pg. 52). Christopher Nolan later worked this line into “Batman Begins”. “Madness” helps to reconcile how “Year One” Gordon has a daughter old enough to some day become Batgirl while including Leslie Thompkins. “Ghosts” is the shortest, though it tells a compelling story of Batman realizing that he needs to be a part of the world as Bruce Wayne and helps build the friendship between Wayne and Lucius Fox. The success of these stories later enabled Loeb and Sale to write “The Long Halloween” as a direct sequel to “Year One” as well as its follow-up, “Dark Victory”, and the interquel, “Catwoman: When in Rome”. Based on clues such as Gordon’s rank, references to Two-Face, and the absence of Catwoman and Robin, these stories likely take place sometime after “The Long Halloween”. Continuity aside, Loeb and Sale demonstrate their mastery of Batman stories while simultaneously crafting suitably atmospheric tales for Halloween. A must-read for fans of the Batman.

  • This is the first time I was exposed to Jeph Loeb's and Tim Sales' vision of Batman and was totally blown away. The first story, Fear, featured the Scarecrow as the main antagonist while the second, Madness, featured the Mad Hatter, were my two favorites. Both of these stories had the perfect combination of suspenseful story telling and incredible art work. The third story, Ghost, is a re-imagining of Charles Dicken's A Christmas Story which didn't do much for me. I don't recommend buying this print because of the recent announcement of the Jeph Loeb/Tim Sales Batman Omnibus (which includes Haunted Knight, Long Halloween, Dark Vitory, and Catwoman: When in Rome) to be release later in 2018.

  • Before 'The Long Halloween,' the brilliant writer/artist team of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale collaborated on three one-shot issues about Gotham City's chosen protector. I had never heard of either of them before, but I quickly came to appreciate their unique talents, their sharp and observant perspective on Batman, and their ability to craft cracking good stories.

    'Haunted Kinght' collects all three of these stories, each with a different take on a Halloween theme, into a single volume.

    The first story is "Fears," featuring perhaps the most natural villain of any of these tales, the Scarecrow. "Madness," the second story in the volume, features the Mad Hatter and a unique spin on Alice in Wonderland. The final story, "Ghosts," turns Bruce Wayne into a modern-day Scrooge in the All Hallows' Eve version of 'A Christmas Carol.'

    Through each story, Jeph Loeb shows a deft understanding of the subtleties of the Batman character, of the nuances of Bruce Wayne's relationship with his dark half, and with the themes that are central to the mythos of the Dark Knight overall. Tim Sale showcases an equally strong grasp of the source material in his artwork - crisp, dark, moody, drawn in simple lines and high-contrast darks and lights and broad swaths of monochrome. The overarching theme of Halloween - of ghosts and monsters and things that go bump in the night - is the perfect foil for these tales.

    Taken together, the three stories in 'Haunted Knight' represent a high-water mark in the long history of Batman. Rarely has a writer and artist team gotten it this right. In 'Haunted Knight,' Loeb and Sale express the Batman we all knew existed, but never dared to imagine this fully: the hero who lives in darkness, the man haunted by his own history.

  • This is a collection of three separate and unconnected short stories. There is an art to short stories. The story must feel complete and provide a climatic conclusion much quicker than a full-length graphic novel. The first two stories do this masterfully. The first one is a must for Scarecrow fans, while also managing to develop Batman's character. It has great action and a very satisfying ending. The second story is a kidnapping tale with the Mad Hatter as the villain. The story is gripping and dedicates some time to developing the character of James Gordon. It's worth mentioning that this is a fairly creepy story at times, but I never found it to go too far. Overall I thought it was as great as the first story. The third story left me feeling mixed. It is a retelling of a Christmas Carol with Batman characters. I'm a big fan of that story, so I definitely enjoyed reading it. It just felt very rushed. I would have liked for it to have been much longer and for it have more deeply explored the awesome concept. It doesn't help that that there is a full length graphic novel with this same premise. That being said, Tim Sale's artwork and design of the characters make it worth reading alone. Overall, if you are a fan of Jeph Loeb's and Tim Sale's take on Batman, as I am, I highly recommend this book.