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Andy Kubert,Grant Morrison






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Batman and Son e-book

by Andy Kubert,Grant Morrison

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Grant Morrison (Author), Andy Kubert (Illustrator), . Williams III (Illustrator) & 0 more. Book 1 of 9 in the Batman by Grant Morrison Series. Along with Batman and Son, Morrison is taking risks and from a creative and artistic standpoint, succeeding admirably in proving that even the oldest of comic book icons can be as fresh and interesting as the newest creator owned characters"-IGN.

Andy Kubert, Grant Morrison. Place of Publication. Grant Morrison is one of comics' greatest innovators. He is currently writing Batman and All-Star Superman. Andy Kubert, son of comics master Joe Kubert, has long been one of comics' greatest young talents, with work including both X-Men and Ultimate X-Men, Adam Strange, Captain America, 1602 and much more! Country of Publication.

He is a graduate of and.

He is a graduate of and an instructor of second-year classes at The Kubert School, founded by his father who also taught there. Andrew Kubert is the son of Muriel (née Fogelson) and Joe Kubert, the latter of whom came from a Jewish family in southeast Poland (now Ukraine)

Without spoiling too much, Batman has a son. He learns this by surprise, years after the child is born. I feel that is a common way fathers become fathers, by accident and had children for years before learning about them.

Without spoiling too much, Batman has a son. Anyway, when Batman meets him, it is no picnic. Damian wants to impress his father and he's willing to do whatever it takes, except play nice! The first book I read by Grant Morrison, I highly recommend it. X. Previous image.

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Batman and Son" is a 2006 comic book story arc featuring the DC Comics character Batman. Written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Andy Kubert, the story was published in four parts in the comic book Batman starting in and ending in The story was the beginning of Morrison's run in the Batman comic as well as his long-term take on the character of Batman through multiple titles over the next seven years.

Damian Wayne, the son of Batman, has adopted the cape and cowl as his ow. .but what horrific events set this troubled hero on the path of his dark destiny? It's a possible future that may never be in this epic written and drawn by Andy Kubert! Plus, in a tale written by Grant Morrison, Damian Wayne is the Batman of Tomorrow in a story set 15 years from now in a nightmarish future Gotham! Collects DAMIAN, SON OF BATMAN and BATMAN Tietoja kirjoittajasta.

From the endlessly creative minds of comics legends Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert comes a startling new chapter in the life of Gotham's Dark Knight.The mysterious Talia, daughter of arch villain Ra's al Ghul and Batman's one-time love, returns with a boy named Damian and claims the child is Batman's.Stunned, the Dark Knight takes the child in, but the boy, raised among the brutal dictates of the League of Assassins, has his own agenda.  Soon, both Tim Drake, Bruce Wayne's newly adopted heir and Alfred, Wayne's faithful butler, find themselves targets of this genetically perfect and very angry child.Is Damian really just a misguided boy trying to prove himself to his father—or have long years of Talia's indoctrination left him an operative solely designed to destroy Batman?Under the masterly skills of Morrison and Kubert, BATMAN AND SON is one of the most intriguing Batman tales ever told.This volume collects Batman #655-658 and #663-666.
This review is for the 200 page version.

Collects Batman # 655-658 and 663-666

The Run: Grant Morrison's Batman run is essentially one huge story and it all starts here. I'm a great fan of Morrison's stranger books like Doom Patrol or the Invisibles, but I didn't like Morrison's JLA run much, and avoided his work on Batman for years assuming that he couldn't do a good job with "normal" superheroes. After reading "All-Star Superman"and loving it, I decided to give this a shot.

Boy, was I a fool. By now, I've read almost all of it, and if you like Morrison and/or Batman you should at least read the first book and see how you like it. It's a mammoth story and you really have to read all of it (well, most of it) in sequence in order to get it, but the journey is well worth it. It is somewhat creepy, spooky and dark, and a bit weird (but not in typical Morrison mind-blowing-fashion weird), which may not appeal to everyone. Still, give it a shot. And after the 2011 reboot, it's still kinda-sorta-mostly still in canon.

This Volume: Although I'm only giving this book 4 stars, this is in comparison to the later volumes, which get better. Talia reveals to Batman that he got her pregnant years ago, and introduces to his son, Damian. Raised by his mother, he starts off as a homicidal psychopath, but don't worry, as the subsequent volumes progress, he gets better! And he becomes the new Robin. Bruce Wayne becomes romantically involved with supermodel Jezebel Jet. Also, there are man-bats. Also contains "The Clown at Midnight," a very creepy illustrated text story involving the Joker and Harley Quinn. Batman 666 shows a hypothetical future where Damian has become Batman.

Actually, I recommend that you don't buy this book, but buy the 384 page volume of this instead Batman: Batman and Son (New Edition) since it combines the "Batman and Son" volume with the 176 page Batman: The Black Glove book.

Apart from Damian, Talia, and the man-bats, this book bears very little resemblance to this: DCU: Son of Batman [HD]
I just read this Batman collection again and found a much greater appreciation for these stories than I did the first time around (not that they were all that bad to begin with).

Of course, Grant Morrison's run on Batman has gone on another two years since Batman & Son, so reading this now allows you to put some added perspective on what's going on here. First of all, you have the introduction of Batman's son, Damien (this is not a spoiler, isn't it pretty obvious from the title?), who has since already gone on to a larger role in the DC Universe. I think some important take-aways from these initial issues of Grant Morrison's run are Damien's origins and his character/attitude. I believe that Damien's character is going to have a big impact on what happens with Batman (and Dick Grayson) in the near future.

You also get a pretty unique Joker story, primarily told in text form. I really think Morrison shines in this kind of story-telling medium.

Additionally, if you pay attention, there are definitely some clues in Batman & Son that foreshadow the next events in Morrison's saga.

Lastly, there is issue #666. I don't want to give anything away about the story, but I have heard that Grant Morrison considers this to be part of the Batman canon (meaning that it is authentic to the whole Batman universe). If so, then in addition to the story, there are some particular frames that I think are going to be meaningful down the road For example, the one with Damien mourning over a Batman body and also the one from Damien's memory, showing three Bat-folk fighting crime together in the future.

Overall, I have become very pleased with Grant Morrison's work on this title. Of the comics that I currently follow, he is surpassing them all in excellence, even beyond what Ed Brubaker is doing with Captain America. Once you read this collection, you will certainly want to go on to the next one.. Batman: The Black Glove.
Everything was crisp about this story arc, and it certainly was a twist over others in the series... Batman had a son ! Who knew ?! The art was great (even though I don't go in for the computerized age LOL), and they characterizations were bold. I do think that 1 more story or additional pages were needed to set up this story a slight bit better, as I hate flashbacks that add history that are 'made up' on the spot. DC should've have authorized a new story, exclusive to this volume, with background detail with forethought to the plot. Overall A+ (but for Batman, anything less than A++ is suspicious).

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