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It's the explosive conclusion to the "War Games" saga, as the gang war that has torn Gotham City apart comes to a bloody conclusion! Crime lord, Black Mask is planning to take over the city's gangs...and to destroy Batman. Meanwhile, a badly wounded Spoiler is desperately trying to find the Dark Knight. Robin, Nightwing, Catwoman and Tarantula are all under heavy fire, and Batman himself is trying to contain the madness. It's all leading to Oracle's hideout in Gotham's clock tower...and an unforgettable ending! Written by talented creators including Bill Willingham ("Fables") and Ed Brubaker ("Gotham Central"), this final episode will change "Gotham" and "Batman" for good!


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  • Broché: 200 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics (1 octobre 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1401204317
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401204310
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,9 x 1,1 x 25,9 cm
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Format: Broché
Apres 'Batman War Drums'. Batman voit Gotham échapper à son controle quand ses ennemis s'approprient ses plans de bataille et provoquent une guerre de gangs. Tous ses allies (nightwing, robin ,batgirl, oracle...)se lancent dans la bataille pour recuperer le controle de la ville. Les bonnes histoires 'Batman' font toujours plus penser à des films noirs qu'à des histoires de superheros. La presence de differents artistes rend les dessins inegaux mais cela n'enleve rien au plaisir de l'histoire.
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Arkhantos le 13 octobre 2005
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Voici la troisième et dernière partie de War Games, Brubacker nous offre un scénario et un final aussi palpitant que tragique.
Gotham est en proie au chaos, les truands se déchainent, Batman, que la presse tient pour responsable, tente de rétablir l'ordre avec ses alliés, Oracle, Nightwing, Robin, Catwoman, Batgirl et Onyx, mais il ignore quz son ami Orphéus a été massacré par Back Mask, qui a usurpé son identité. La guerre aura lieu mais le prix à payer sera très lourd, la famille de Batman restera une nouvelle fois en deuil.
Cette conclusion, confirme, la qualité de cette sombre et amère saga du chevalier noir, à lire sans modération.
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par MattH le 16 juillet 2006
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Suite et fin d'une grandiose saga mise en scène entre autres par le génial Ed BRUBAKER! La situation est grave et la conclusion tragique: une guerre des rues inarrêtable, un équipier massacré, des liens qui se troublent et la montée en puissance d'un caïd...rien que ça.

BATMAN et les siens vont payer le prix fort pour rétablir l'ordre dans un Gotham boulversé. Conclusion de haut vol pour un story arc remarquable dans l'univers de DC: à posséder, pour les fans inconditionnels de l'homme à la cape et aussi pour les autres fans de bons comics sombres et plein d'action, de rebondissements.
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A good Batman story 4 mars 2014
Par Kurt A. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Everything has gone very bad for Batman recently. He is being blamed for just about all of the gangland crimes of late, particularly the brutal murder of Stephanie Brown, AKA The Spoiler, AKA Robin, AKA a teenage girl who didn’t know any better. There’s more than one player in this game, and it’s going to take all of Batman’s detective abilities to figure out who did what, and why.

OK. Well, you can’t please all the people all the time. Just recently I wrote a scathing review of a very popular Batman graphic novel, I just didn’t like it. This one, on the other hand, really spoke to me. Batman is certainly the Dark Knight in this story, pummeling the bad guys, still seeking justice for what was done.

Overall, I found this to be a very interesting read. I liked the action, the mystery, the angst, the search for justice in a world gone more than slightly insane. So, as for me, I thought that this was a very good Batman story, one that I really enjoyed reading. I don’t hesitate to recommend it.
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Batman: War Games, Act Three - review 18 janvier 2009
Par Z. Shinder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought all three War Games Acts (along with War Drums, Prelude to War Games), and as with a lot of stories (at least the ones I've read), the climax is a worthy sendoff to the series.
***If you have not read any of the comics preceding WG:A3 [the Cataclysm story arc (Prelude - Part 16), the No Man's Land story arc (Vol. #1 - Vol. #5)...see List of Batman comics at Wikipedia under the section Reprint Collections for more (they are listed according to the chronology of the different story arcs as they flow from one to the other)], then I would hold off reading WG:A3 (and my review) until having read the aforementioned "lead-up" material (unless you read a summarization of those comics, which is just as effective, but less interesting).***
WG:A3 is a fantastic comic that ties up the loose ends of Batman's failed contingency plan, sent into motion in WG:A1 by Stephanie Brown (aka, the Spoiler/Robin #4).
*Recap from WG:A1 and 2:
Batman, Nightwing, Robin #3 (Tim Drake), Catwoman, Tarantula, Onyx, and Oracle have been running themselves ragged trying to restore order to Gotham following such a horrific debacle. A long thought dead nemesis of Batman's, Roman Sionis (aka, Black Mask) has returned to Gotham to take control of all crime in Gotham; becoming the city's singular, all-powerful crime lord. He has since killed Batman's agent, Orpheus (who was suppose to be the one to take over Gotham's criminals, with Batman pulling the strings), assumed his identity and brutally tortured Stephanie Brown for any additional information. Now working as part of Batman's plan, Black Mask is about to unleash a new wave of chaos upon Gotham.*
All of Gotham's criminals have gathered together under the assumption that "Orpheus" is about to unite them; but all is lost when when "Orpheus" instead riles them into a frenzy and turns them lose on the city. Batman discovers that it is really Black Mask who is behind this, but is forced out of fighting him as he and his team split up to try to prevent Gotham's criminals from razing the city to the ground. Black Mask escapes and after an encounter with the villain Hush, is given vague information that he takes to the press to reveal what he erroneously believes to be the Batcave; but is in fact the clocktower HQ for Oracle. In the meantime, Stephanie Brown has escaped her captivity and made her way to Dr. Leslie Thompkins' clinic in "Crime Alley" were her prognosis is anything but hopeful. After Batman and his team have dealt with the majority of the more dangerous criminals, they head for the clocktower to stop Black Mask and save Oracle.
Loved and loathed by fans and critics alike (for whatever reasons), I defer to a positive review of this comic; even though the story ends in a way that leaves the reader with a sense that there was no real resolution (that comes in the next installment to this series Batman: War Crimes); but that aside, this is a phenomenal comic that should not be missed by anyone. Given the nature of some of its content, I wouldn't recommend this to anyone under the age of 13 (for the violent aspects of the story) and under the age of 16 (for some of the story's complexity).
***I would still recommend that you read the prelude/follow-up comics listed above if you wish to truly enjoy this story as part of the greater saga.***
Return From the Dead 10 juin 2008
Par Jon Repesh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Beware. If you ever receive an envelope from Ra's al Ghul, do not open it. Unfortunately for Batman, it's already too late. Ra's once again uses his private knowledge of Batman's domain to open up a virtual Pandora's Box of mayhem for him, all with the goal of providing the means for his return. He can certainly write an intriguing and foreboding letter, and from the grave no less. From its contents, Batman has learned that eliminating all of the Lazarus Pits has created far more problems than he had previously. Through an imbalance in the earth due to the absence of the pits, their life giving benefits will now be bestowed on every living creature. No one will die, with resurrections of the dead occurring as well. The frustrating and bitter irony for Batman is that this apparent miracle is in reality far from it, with the only way of returning things to their natural order is to find or create another pit. Talk about a horror movie. On the surface the plot seems far fetched and fantastic for a Batman tale, though this direction has been explored often in Elseworlds books. Of course any story with Ra's will have those unreal elements in them anyways. Devin Grayson's entertaining story ends with a neat little twist that illustrates why Batman, even when confronted with a new and distinct dilemma, is rarely outsmarted and always determined to prevail. Bats, the next time you receive a letter from Ra's, return to sender.
What the...? 6 septembre 2012
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a really confusing short Batman book. First the sub-title "Year One" - this book has nothing to do with Frank Miller and David Mazzuchelli's masterpiece. Apparently it relates to the first Chris Nolan Batman movie, "Batman Begins", but doesn't really as it has nothing to do with that either. The story makes no sense whatsoever. Ra's Al-Ghul is finally dead and Batman has destroyed all of the Lazarus Pits - except one remains which means no one in Gotham can die? My understanding of the Lazarus Pits were that whoever went into them were brought back from death or near-death; the very existence of them doesn't automatically mean people thousands of miles away are affected. Yet that seems to be the baffling premise sending Batman around the world fighting Ra's henchmen.

This is as brainless a book as the zombies that appear in the story and makes no sense whatsoever as a Batman story or as a companion to any of the Nolan films. It's both poorly conceived and written and is a complete bore to read despite its short page count. For readers looking to find out more about the mysterious Ra's Al-Ghul, try "Birth of the Demon" instead and ignore this strange aberration of the Batman mythos.
batman and zombies. whats not to like? 10 février 2015
Par geo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
batman great. zombies great. batman vs zombies epic. plus I really like how batman in this story looks like the Michael Keaton batman. plus having ra's in the mix makes it even better. I know not every story is for everybody. but for me I like a majority of zombie stories. especially when they are mixed w/ some of my fav hero characters.
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