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Batman: War Games - Act 01 - Outbreak (Anglais) Broché – 1 mars 2005


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Batman War Games: Act 2 Includes: "Batman: Legends Of The Dark Knight" numbered 183, "Nightwing" numbered 97, "Batman: Gotham Knights" numbered 57, "Robin" numbered 130, "Batgirl" numbered 56, "Catwoman" numbered 35 and "Batman" numbered 632. Full description


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  • Broché: 208 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics (1 mars 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1401204295
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401204297
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,9 x 1,2 x 25,7 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par MattH le 25 juin 2006
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Avec War Games (jeux de guerre) DC nous offre un story arc de très classe!

Graphiquement superbe, ce comic book nous dévoile un Batman au coeur d'un Gotham une nouvelle fois au bord du chaos, l'aide de ses sidekicks ne sera pas de trop...mais gare à eux...le scénario, écrit entre autres par Ed BRUBAKER n'épargne personne. Autant ne pas trop vous en dévoiler sur ce must have de ces dernières années.
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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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0 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Meslet Michel le 10 août 2008
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Fin nul ! Il ne suffit pas de mettre en scéne des combats et des tueries sans queue ni tête, pour décrire une bonne guerre des gangs, encore moins des "Cascades" irréalistes, style la poursuite en moto de Batwoman. L'attrait de Batman, c'est justement le réalisme avec une pointe (juste une pointe d'exagération). Le pire : le hold up de l'hopital pendant une réception. Là où une action discréte (et crédible !) suffirait, le scénariste balance un commando et une entrée spectaculaire. Gros clichés, ficelles "hénaurmes" pour un brouet indigeste. A proscrire au plus de 5 ans d'âge mental.
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Hey, now. 16 juillet 2005
Par Marlene R. Powell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I actually enjoyed this book. Perhaps it was because I wasn't in it for Batman alone; I was in it in order to be introduced to these characters, whom I probably wouldn't have gotten exposure to otherwise.

Hey, I'm new to all this DC stuff (my father always collected Marvel, so I'd always stuck with them -- perhaps that's why I don't seem to have the same "oh my god, he's working with other people!" problem that the other reviewers seem to have).

The plot IS actually compelling, at least for this first book. I've not read the second one yet. Yet.

The "official" reviewer has some issues.

1) In highly stressful situations, people can (and do) get a little scoldy. ALL the characters are stressed beyond breaking point. People ARE allowed to be grumpy when they've been going on for a day and a half with no sleep, but still fighting the entire time. Right?

2) Freeze did not concoct the meeting. I don't think the main reviewer finished half of the book, if he/she came to that conclusion. I don't want to give away WHO did, because that revelation is an ironic twist that needs to be left in the dark. Let's just say that I hope it's THAT particular member of the bat-family that gets to go to the great beyond when all is said and done. That character has the ability to annoy me MOST highly. Grumph.

The one complaint that I have is the ending.

The bat family carries a girl out of the high school (which has been attacked by all the mobs, BECAUSE of that girl -- the daughter of one of the other mob bosses). She's barely clinging to life.

And... Batman is fingered for killing her?

And everyone believes it?

Even if there were lots of mob members inside shooting up the joint, and only ONE person got shot BECAUSE the bat-people were there to get everyone out?

Dang, SOMEONE could tell the police/media that she was shot long before the bat people entered the scene, that she was the one the mobs were after. It was plain and clear.

But THIS incident is the one that villifies batman?

Talk about unfair.

That bit didn't sit right with me.

The rest, though, was pure beauty, if you want to look at more than one character at once, working together.
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War Games...game on 19 octobre 2006
Par Chowii - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
What happens when you get all the criminal bosses together for a meeting with their crew, yup, you get a free for all shootout in which most of the heads of the criminal underworld are killed, thus leaving a power vacuum. Chaos ensues as the underlings scramble to take power during this vacuum. Who can stop this, Batman! At least he will try along with his Bat crew, you know, Nighting, Oracle, Catwoman, Tim Drake (he is retired from being Robin) etc. This 1st arc deals with the criminals trying to wrest control and establishing themselves, which includes the assassination of rival family members. This targeting of family members eventually spills into Tim Drakes high school and its up to Batman and the Bat crew to rescue Tim. Since there are so many different artist and writers in the book, the stories jump around a bit. But overall, this compilation is a decent read.
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It's summer and time for a cross-over that no one wants... 18 février 2005
Par Rayhan S - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book collects the first act of an unecessarily lengthy crossover. This volume collects the following:
BATMAN: THE 12-CENT ADVENTURE
DETECTIVE COMICS #797
BATMAN #631
BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #182
NIGHTWING #96
BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #56
ROBIN #129
BATGIRL #55
CATWOMAN #34

The basic premise in this story is that ex-Robin and now an outcast, Spoiler aka Stephanie Brown witnesses a covergence of the entire mob families of Gotham City. She eavesdrop on this meeting despite Batman's specific instructions. A gun fire erupts and all hell breaks loose as the mob families vow revenge on each other and fight to be the top boss while the innocents are caught in the brushfire. Now, it is up to Batman, Nightwing, Robin, Batgirl, Catwoman, Huntress, Spolier and the rest of the Bat-family to put the mob fires out before Gotham is engulfed.

The premise being set, I'll get to the good parts about this volume first. You won't see it in this act but if you are patient enough (and rich enough) to follow this to the last act, you will see the death of character from the abovementioned bat-family. I am not a foaming and complaining fanboy but this character should never have been written into the Bat-family. That's the ultimate payoff from War Games.

Now, the bad part of this volume. I personally am not a fan of crossovers...you have a lot of different writers and artists focusing on their part of the story and the result is that the entire story as a whole suffers. It basically becomes one giant mess, ie. Superman: Our Worlds at War. Now, I am not saying that the writers of this volume is not talented...some of these writers are veterans, i.e. Ed Brubaker. Mr. Brubaker writes one of the best monthly on the market, Gotham Central but his work suffers here as a whole due to the constant jumping around from one author to another. Other writers in this volume are Andersen Gabrych, Devin Grayson, Dylan Horrocks, A.J. Lieberman, and Bill Willingham. Most of these guys are relative new-comers save for Devin Grayson.

All in all, this book goes the way of most summer cross-overs, fast and forgotten. At the end the only change is the death of a Bat-family character and Batman's relationship with the GCPD changes. But you can be rest assured that the next writer to pick up the mess from this will write as if none of this ever happened. Recommended if you have the patience and money.
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Criminal war begins 8 mars 2006
Par Corum Seth Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a meeting of all the most powerful crime bosses takes place, a powder keg explodes that devolves into a gang war. Batman and all his allies are cast into a constant defensive position, putting out fires all over Gotham. What can end this nightmarish gang war in which innocent people are being killed?

What is worse, it becomes clear that a third party is pulling strings and manipulating this worst of situations to gain an upper hand. However, it is clear that the chaos and confusion caused by this war will not be easy to undo.

War Games contains some great art. In addition, this is another great way to implement the full Batman gallery of rogues, an undertaking that is admirable. Batman's list of strange and unique enemies is indeed a long one, and War Games makes a good run at pitting them against one another. War Games is a solid Batman graphic novel series.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Batman at its Best 23 octobre 2005
Par Robert Marquez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I read all of these issues in individual comics, so when I found out that they were putting it out in a graphic novel it was a shock. The story is great and the fact that it involves all the characters in the Batman story is great. The fact that it is all the issues in one volume is a great convince.
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