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  • Title: Batman: Bruce Wayne, Murderer?
  • Author: Greg Rucka Chuck Dixon Steve Lieber Jesse Delperdang Trevor McCarthy Scott McDaniel Roger Robinson Damion Scott
  • ISBN: 9781563899133
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback

  • Every Man Has A Breaking Point.Bruce Wayne has just reached his.When he is found with the dead body of Vesper Fairchild in his arms, a chain of events begins that will leave the Batman mythos changed forever Arrested and imprisoned for murder, alienated from all whom he has ever called ally, Bruce Wayne stands poised to lose his own identity to the specter of his dark kniEvery Man Has A Breaking Point.Bruce Wayne has just reached his.When he is found with the dead body of Vesper Fairchild in his arms, a chain of events begins that will leave the Batman mythos changed forever Arrested and imprisoned for murder, alienated from all whom he has ever called ally, Bruce Wayne stands poised to lose his own identity to the specter of his dark knight counterpart Batman What would happen if the line between Bruce Wayne and Batman was shattered You re about to find out Featuring story and art from some of DC Comics top talents, Batman Bruce Wayne Murderer collects all relevant segments from the ground breaking Bruce Wayne Murderer event, as well as the startling conclusion from Batman 600.Collects Batman The 10 Cent Adventure 1 Batgirl 24 Batman 599, 600 Gotham Knights 25, 26 Birds of Prey 39, 40 Detective Comics 766, 767 Nightwing 65, 66 Robin 98, 99
    Greg Rucka Chuck Dixon Steve Lieber Jesse Delperdang Trevor McCarthy Scott McDaniel Roger Robinson Damion Scott
    Greg Rucka, is an American comic book writer and novelist, known for his work on such comics as Action Comics, Batwoman Detective Comics, and the miniseries Superman World of New Krypton for DC Comics, and for novels such as his Queen Country series.

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    Commentaires:

    Martin
    I re-read this today, years after my first read-through, and I realised it is probably one of my favourite Batman storylines ever. It was like visiting an old friend: even though I know where this is going (having already read the storyline/event to its conclusion), I enjoyed every minute - or page, whatever - of it. Reading this, it also reminded me that - back then - one of my favourite artists was Scott McDaniel! I have to admit I haven't thought about him much recently (does he even work in [...]

    Trekscribbler
    and I can't tell you how thrilling it is, for a change, to deal with a story that is primarily about what the Batman does best: detectionUCE WAYNE: MURDERER is about many things, but on the surface it only poses one question: how far is faith worth following?After a long night of chucking bad guys, Batman and Sasha Bourdeaux (his latest in a growing list of sidekicks) return home Sasha a few moments later than her mentor. However, in one of the upstairs rooms, Vesper Fairchild -- one of Wayne's [...]

    Blindzider
    I really wanted to like this and there were some really good moments in it, but in the end, taken as a whole the story wanders and doesn't really answer the driving questions of whether Bruce Wayne is a murderer. The entire volume is a setup for the conclusion in Bruce Wayne, Fugitive.First off, there are a number of things you have to know about during this story, such as:Bruce has been "on edge" for some reasonBatman's running around with some sidekick name SashaSomeone named Spoiler is trying [...]

    Amalie
    This is one of the best Batman stories I have read so far and only after reading this it occurred to me how many of the Batman comics I've read so far actually miss the very essence of what Batman truly is: Detective fiction. So it was wonderful to read this:The plot: Bruce Wayne has been arrested for killing an old flame, Vesper Fairchild but can't provide an alibi because he was out as Batman when it happened. So now everyone in Gotham questions whether he did it or not, even his "family" star [...]

    Ru
    i really really wanted to like this. and in a lot of respects i did. if i were allowed to rate the artwork and certain aspects of the storytelling independently, it would have fared much better in a final evaluation than it did.but alas, sequential art is a unified medium. thus, the final weakness of the mystery as it is told here brings those stars back down. basically, i find it unforgivable that the book does NOTHING to address the title question: "Bruce Wayne: Murderer?"i have no issue with [...]

    Eric Mikols
    This was great. I guess I've been reading a lot of mediocre Batman books that I was surprised I could like one of his books so much. There are some great moments throughout, but really, it's the whole story that shines.Bruce Wayne has been framed for murder and is now in jail. Unlike Matt Murdock people now accept to be Daredevil, Bruce can't let any hints out that he's Batman. So, he sits and weights, all while his city is without his protection. But Bruce is only a part of this story, as Night [...]

    Dan Farmer
    I felt a little disappointed by this book. The scenes with Bruce in prison are excellent, and demonstrate his resourcefulness and the true purpose of his public persona. There are also some brilliant scenes with Alfred, in which his previous Secret Service history comes into play. However, this only makes up a small section of the book. The rest of it focuses on the Bat family dealing with his incarceration. This all felt a somewhat padded. The characters were all trained by the worlds greatest [...]

    Jen
    What I love most about this is the portrayal of Bruce as being completely wound up in his tangle of deception and self-righteousness to his downfall (so it seems). Not many writers have explored the nature of a man with dual identities and the liabilities they each present to the other. It's frightening that Batman can cut himself from Bruce entirely, as though he's fully convinced himself that they are two separate entities, with clinical clarity.Another strength is the interaction between the [...]

    Sophie
    I don't know exactly what I expected, but this was much darker than I thought it would be. And I figured it might be dark. Holy shit, this is kind of fucked up. Bruce Wayne is accused of murder, and as a result, well. Things really get bad. What got to me most - what probably always will get to me most - was the relationship(s) between Bruce, Alfred and Dick. Bruce and Dick especially. In the end, Batman is doing his best to lose his connections to his "human" side, and well, I'm curious to see [...]

    Sean
    A true murder mystery that Batman can't solve because he, or rather Bruce Wayne, is the main suspect. I love this book. I loved it when I read it in issues way back in the day. The main writing force behind it, Greg Rucka, has such a great handle on the Bat universe. I love that Bruce's friends and loved ones start to rethink everything they've been taught. We truly get to see how Batman sees himself. The two big reasons that keep this from being rated higher are the inconsistent art, which is u [...]

    Matthew Konkel
    This is a collection of comics from Detective, Robin, Batman, etc from 2002 about Bruce Wayne being found and accused of murdering an ex-lover. Reading all the stories together in one volume is very exciting. Of particular interest is how members of the Batman family are split in their opinions about whether Bruce Wayne is guilty or not. It really adds to the dynamic of the story and makes it more of a character piece rather than a mystery story. It’s told in a minimalist style from most of th [...]

    J.M. Hushour
    Bruce Wayne is framed for murder by an unknown person! Or did he really do it? And who is he really, anyway? An outstanding essay on identity, revenge, and insanity. Locked in Blackgate Prison, as the pincers of the law tighten around him, watching the Bat-signal appearing every night and powerless to do anything about it, Wayne decides to totally discard his true self and become Batman only. Great confrontation between Bats and his extended group of partners. Really, really, really cool. Part O [...]

    Angel
    This was a very good read. I practically could not put it down once I picked it up. Bruce Wayne is accused of murder, and all the evidence points to him. Was he framed? Did he really do it? The pace is quick, and once it picks up, it does not really let you go. His allies strive to clear his name even as he alienates them for some reason. I am definitely reading the continuation of the story. Great mystery story. Good art also. This is definitely one to read for Batman fans.

    Aurora
    I'm so torn, because I really liked about 2/3 of this, and all of a sudden I hated it. It's got the whole Batfamily, which I've been trying to get a handle on, so I was really enjoying everybody hanging out together and contrasting. But then it becomes clear that these chacters are serving the plot, saying what they need to say to keep the story moving. The end, especially, is maudlin and melodramatic. Shut up, Batman.

    Casey
    Batman is the only superhero character I really love. But I'm not a big DC "mythology" fan, and this story involves a lot of peripheral Batman characters I'm not interested in - Nightwing, Oracle, Batgirl, etc. Good writing, decent story, but a lot of the art was too glossy and exaggerated for my taste.

    Kathleen
    I'm not sure how I feel about this random body guard character, but I like the way Bruce shuts everyone out and pretends that this isn't a problem for Batman. His fight with Nightwing is a thing of beauty, both as an illustration of their different styles, and the way he destroys Dick utterly without really fighting back.

    Richard
    Bruce Wayne - Murderer is a collection of stories about a murder at Wayne Manor and (surprise) Bruce Wayne is the main suspect. Bruce Wayne/Batman's friend triesto help him while he sits and sulks in jailA very interesting twist into Bruce Wayne's mind. Why I liked the overall story I found the art, at various times, to be average at best.

    Brandon Kurtich
    This graphic novel does a great job of bringing together Batman's top allies (Nightwing, Robin, Oracle, Batgirl, etc.) and shows them trying to cope with the apparent unraveling of crime's biggest enemy. The story is great and I can't wait to read the next two in the series about Bruce Wayne being a fugitive.

    Edward Petersen
    The beginning of a fantastic arc - and some of the best artwork in Batman yet. Experience Bruce Wayne's breaking point and his unique take on the solution to his current problem. Definitely read this before moving on to Bruce Wayne: Fugitive. It'll be worth it.

    Phil Spence
    This volume is 90% filler. Read the first chapter and the last and you won't have missed anything besides a bunch of whining from the Batfamily. Bruce/Batman does nothing in the whole book until the end. Disappointing.

    Ernest
    Casual fans may just have to accept the initial Batman situation (Nightwing, Vesper et al), but if they can accept that, then this is a serious, and sometimes dark, volume that explores the relationship between Bruce Wayne and Batman, and its dark effect on the people around him.

    Matt Mazenauer
    Good art style, and Chuck Dixon is a great storyteller. This is a great portrait of how Bruce is so obsessed to a fault, and how his flaws can become his undoing.

    Stephen
    Didn't care for the beginning, but the end of this comic is a blast! I'd definitely read it again.

    Gregor
    Loved it !

    Bradley
    The Brubaker and Rucka issues were great, but I've always been unable to enjoy anything written by Chuck Dixon, and he seems to have more issues than any other author.

    John Yelverton
    Though I typically detest these types of stories, Chuck Dixon keeps telling his marvelous tales and makes you appreciate the character even more.

    Heidi
    I like how this book, and the others in this series forces Bruce Wayne to take a good look at what he's become. Excellent.

    Tyler
    This was a great volume overall. There are a few digressions which detract from the cohesion of the story a a whole. However, it still definitely works well.

    Ian
    Such a good ending!

    Edward Lake
    This is one of the best Batman stories I've ever read.

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