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Author:
Doug Moench
ISBN13:
978-1401200572
ISBN:
1401200575
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Publisher:
DC Comics; 1St Edition edition (October 1, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Graphic Novels
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1709 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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464

When Batman uncovers Internet broadcasts of vicious snuff film murders, he follows the trail of clues to Hong Kong.

com: Welcome to the Official Site for DC. DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes, including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN, GREEN LANTERN, THE FLASH, AQUAMAN and more. When Batman uncovers Internet broadcasts of vicious snuff film murders, he follows the trail of clues to Hong Kong. But can his methods and techniques work in a foreign country with different laws and customs?

Batman: Hong Kong": In Gotham City, a computer hacker happens on a live web-feed of what looks like a genuine snuff film

Batman: Hong Kong": In Gotham City, a computer hacker happens on a live web-feed of what looks like a genuine snuff film. An Asian man is suspended upside down and helpless to prevent a King Cobra from slithering down his body and biting his neck  . Batman: Hong Kong": In Gotham City, a computer hacker happens on a live web-feed of what looks like a genuine snuff film. The hacker takes the video to the [[Gotha.

Genres: Action, Adventure, Superhero. Publisher: DC Comics. When the true villain is revealed and plans to release a biological weapon that will devastate all of Hong Kong, Batman teams up with Night-Dragon to stop the villain. Publication date: 2003. TPB. Please do NOT spoil content of NEXT issues.

Title: Batman: Hong Kong Publisher: DC Writer: Doug Moench Artist: Tony Wong Inker: Tony Wong Collects: This . It lacks the realistic look you see in many western comics and makes all women look like doe-eyed little school girls with a sharp point for a nose

Title: Batman: Hong Kong Publisher: DC Writer: Doug Moench Artist: Tony Wong Inker: Tony Wong Collects: This book is an original graphic novel. Well, I really wonder which came first on this book: the artist or the writer. I can see the novelty of having a manga artist on a book whose primary setting is Hong Kong. That makes sense, I guess. It lacks the realistic look you see in many western comics and makes all women look like doe-eyed little school girls with a sharp point for a nose. I read this book in spite of the manga artwork, not because of it. After reading the book, my overall opinion of manga work is unchanged.

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Written by Batman scribe Doug Moench and drawn by legendary Hong Kong artist Tony Wong, this exceptional .

Written by Batman scribe Doug Moench and drawn by legendary Hong Kong artist Tony Wong, this exceptional collaboration blends storytelling techniques from the East and West to create a truly unique adventure. Moench has worked for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics and many other smaller companies; he has written hundreds of issues of many different comics, and created dozens of characters, such as Moon Knight. In 1973, Moench became the de facto lead writer for Doug Moench, is an American comic book writer notable for his Batman work and as the creator of Black Mask, Moon Knight and Deathlok.

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When a serial killer begins to use a streaming video computer cam to broadcast his vicious executions, Batman must travel to Hong Kong to put an end the the brutal slayings. Comics & Graphic Novels DC Comics Graphic Novels Publishers Science Fiction & Fantasy Superheroes. Batman Series Doug Moench. Doug Moench, Chuck Dixon.

Using Hong Kong comic style, portrays Batman as he travels to Hong Kong in search of a killer and meets Benny Lo, the friend of the murder victim, changing Benny's view of the world and prompting his transformation into the Night Dragon.
  • I like Batman. What a book to help with that!

  • Batman goes to Hong Kong to follow up on a strange murder by video chain which leads to bigger things dealing with Hong Kong triads. The artwork is done by international manga artist, Tony Wong, and the tale is by Doug Moench. I liked how they elongated Batman and gave his cape a longer spider leg look to it. There were also some interesting panels in which multiple Batman action movements were displayed.

    The story was somewhat good to good depending on how much of a Batman purist you are (see spoilers below). New superhero, Night Dragon, teams up with Batman and airs all his dirty family laundry along for the ride.

    ARTWORK PRESENTATION: B plus to A minus; ACTION SCENES: B plus; CHARACTERS/DIALOGUE: B minus to B; STORY/PLOTTING: B minus to B; WHEN READ: end of June 2012; OVERALL GRADE: B (higher if you are not a Batman purist like myself).

    SPOILERS: (1) Batman typically doesn't work with others he doesn't know so why did he choose to work with a kid superhero? Seems like they wanted to have an excuse to introduce Night Dragon and maybe do a spinoff series?; (2) Night Dragon easily followed Batman all over Hong Kong. The world's greatest detective as he is sometimes called never catches on to some inexperienced kid following him on a motorcycle?

  • If you like manga-styled artwork and a fun detective story in an unconventional setting, try this!

    Highlights:
    -awesome artwork that feels modern yet captures the manga feel (without seeming completely like the "typical" manga forms), and the coloring is magnificent. Half the fun in reading, for me, was admiring the colors and special adornments layered on top of the art.
    -a Batman story where he ultimately finds an ally and through teamwork works out the mystery...some readers might find this a departure from a typical Batman-knows/figures-out-all portrayal; I liked it.

    Would have been five stars but the story ends quickly, and I wanted to read more and see what happens afterwards beyond what is depicted!

  • I enjoyed the meld between east and west- the script is strong and reminiscent of John Woo movies. The art is different because Wong is a leading Hong Kong comic artist (a different genre than Japanese manga. Not your normal batman story which is probably why I enjoyed it as it is a quite different visual take on the character and a fun story.

  • I know that many of the other comic book critics thought that this one
    was lame,but I on the other hand did not!As a matter of fact,I found
    this comic book story to be the best betrayal story since BATMAN HUSH!
    The artwork by TONY WONG is gorgeous,and the well-woven plot by DOUG
    MOENCH is for the most part well-written!And not only that,I have just
    found my second favorite BATMAN villain in this story!CLAYFACE is#1 and
    (I won't tell you because it would spoil all of the plot in this one)is
    #2!I'm sorry about not talking about too much of the story,but if I did,
    then it would RUIN YOUR ENJOYMENT OF READING IT.There are that many
    surprises that await you with this one!Don't miss out.

  • Why did I pick up this comic up? The art apeared to be amazing, and it is, don't get me wrong. I was dissapointed with this graphic novel though, and I'll tell you why.
    The art that is painted is wonderful, but the problem is: less then half the comic is actualy painted. You'll find that only one panel every two pages is painted. The rest is pen and ink with bland pastel coloring.
    To say the least, the story is a bore. I love batman, if written well, but this story shouldn't have even left the thought process. I won't even bother to explain it. It's not a painful read, but it's deffinatly not enjoyable.
    Ending on good note, the painted art is amazing, and I'd love to see more of it.

  • When I first saw that Tony Wong was going to do a Batman comic, I just about flipped. I love his artwork, I love his storytelling abilities. He doesn't write this one but someone that's probably just as good does: Doug Moench. So then I read the book and I feel a bit let down. The artwork is of course gorgeous but, the storyline does feel thin. I realize that the point to this joint project was to bring a Hong Kong feel to Batman, to try something new. We'd already seen Kia Asamiya on Batman: Child of Dreams, already seen Katsuhiro Ohtomo on Batman: Black and White and of course already seen just about every other capable American artist on Batman...hell we'd seen Jim Lee do Batman so it was only natural that we'd get to see Tony Wong on a Batman comic. With the popularity of Hong Kong comics and films on the uprise, it was a definite step in the right direction. The storyline has been explained above so I won't go into it. Don't get me wrong, it was a good read but the dialogue feels like a bare bones translation of a Hong Kong comic and it's not even translated. The action flowed oh so well but, the dialogue was really stilted. The Editorial review by one of the staff members of this page said that it felt like a Jackie Chan or Jet Li flick and that's exactly right. Not too heavy on plot but good on the action. All in all, the artwork was great, the actual plot line was original but the dialogue was kinda corny in some parts and just ok in others. I expected better from Doug Moench but hey, everyone has their ups and downs.
    -Alex Keefe

  • I enjoyed this. Forgive me for not being to descriptive but it was a very fun detective story with beautiful art.
    A nice long book too, that helps me feel good about shelling out the money.
    If you're more interested in Batman then you are criticizing comic books I think you'll like this.