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  • Title: Tales of the Batman, Volume 1
  • Author: Gene Colan Gerry Conway Roy Thomas Paul Levitz Doug Moench Dick Giordano
  • ISBN: 9781401231019
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Hardcover

  • For the first time, DC Comics collects the moody Batman stories drawn by comics legend Gene Colan.These never before collected tales from the early 1980s spotlight the art of comics legend Gene Colan Known for his moody, shadowy illustrations, Colan was a natural fit as artist on Batman when he came to DC in the 1980s His run of stories in the pages of both BATMAN and DEFor the first time, DC Comics collects the moody Batman stories drawn by comics legend Gene Colan.These never before collected tales from the early 1980s spotlight the art of comics legend Gene Colan Known for his moody, shadowy illustrations, Colan was a natural fit as artist on Batman when he came to DC in the 1980s His run of stories in the pages of both BATMAN and DETECTIVE COMICS included appearances by some of Batman s greatest foes, including Man Bat, The Monk, Rupert Thorne and .
    Gene Colan Gerry Conway Roy Thomas Paul Levitz Doug Moench Dick Giordano
    Eugene Gene Colan was an American comic book artist best known for his work for Marvel Comics, where his signature titles include the superhero series Daredevil, the cult hit satiric series Howard the Duck, and The Tomb of Dracula, considered one of comics classic horror series He co created the Falcon, the first African American superhero in mainstream comics.Colan was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2005.


    Commentaires:

    Martin
    Collects 14 issues pencilled by comics legend Gene Colan, in which Batman goes up against - in turn - Poison Ivy, the Mad Hatter, vampires (I know, right?), Solomon Grundy, Man-Bat and more.These issues (from 1981-1983) are interesting for many reasons, not the least of which is Batman getting turned into a vampire - and this, in continuity!Zoinks!Also, after years of living for years in the penthouse atop the Wayne Foundation building (and having a secret Batcave in an abandoned subway tunnel), [...]

    Dave
    By the early 1980's, I was in Middle School, and my comic book reading was on the wane for a bit. So I had not read any of the comics in this collection. The stories are from both "Batman" and "Detective" comics. The problem for me is, there are gaps in the story line. I'm guessing some comics in this time frame were not drawn by Gene Colan.(Whose work is the showcase in this collection) Still I did enjoy the stories here, Some good villains, both familiar and new show up here.We see Bruce grapp [...]

    Adam Bender
    This collection includes several classic Batman tales from the early '80s. The penciller Gene Colan is the man featured here, but it's worth noting that the writing by Gerry Conway and Doug Monech is similarly excellent. The villains and adventures here tend toward the more fantastical, so if you prefer the no-nonsense style of The Dark Knight movie, you may be put off by all the vampires, monsters and bright colors seen here. But fans of the Batman animated series will surely like this one, as [...]

    Eric
    This is some damn good comics. The work with Klaus Jason is just gorgeous in this edition. Heavy shadows, good visual storytelling. The only real weakness is with the writing but it suffers more from subscribing to a different era's storytelling techniques than being actually bad. Lot of captions explaining what we're plainly seeing within the panel and the like. But the art? Just godly. I look forward to the rest of these beautiful books.

    Matt
    At times, the writing in this volume feels weak, but I suspect it's due to being dated rather than just outright bad. Either way, it does it a job of moving the story along. Obviously the real star creator here is Gene Colan. His beautiful, lush style complimented Batman's spooky and dark world perfectly. No matter how you may feel about the writing, you want to check this collection out for Colan's amazing art!

    Ryan
    Some of the stories in this collection were fun and gritty and a few were a bit formulaic. Gene Colan's art does not disappoint, but is not always is nice when his inker is up to par. I found myself comparing the art to that found in the Tomb of Dracula collections. This doesn't quite measure up, but is essential for anyone interested in cool old Batman comics.

    Jennifer
    Work from the early 1980's, remarkably dark and involving. The art complements the story very well. Chilling and gritty, leaving you uneasy. This work is the antecedent to the story today.

    Todd Glaeser
    The stories are so-so, but the art (the theme of the collection) is incredible. The inkers are sympathetic to to Colan's pencils - which are amazing.

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