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  • Title: Batman: Turning Points
  • Author: Greg Rucka Chuck Dixon Ed Brubaker Steve Lieber Dick Giordano Paul Pope Brent Anderson Claude St. Aubin
  • ISBN: 9781401213602
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback

  • BATMAN TURNING POINTS centers on the ever changing alliance between Batman and Commissioner Gordon, starting with the early days in which the duo struggled to earn each others trust As the Dark Knight and Gotham City s top cop fight the forces of evil, they also must learn to rely on one another even in the midst of utter chaos in the city both men have sworn to proBATMAN TURNING POINTS centers on the ever changing alliance between Batman and Commissioner Gordon, starting with the early days in which the duo struggled to earn each others trust As the Dark Knight and Gotham City s top cop fight the forces of evil, they also must learn to rely on one another even in the midst of utter chaos in the city both men have sworn to protect
    Greg Rucka Chuck Dixon Ed Brubaker Steve Lieber Dick Giordano Paul Pope Brent Anderson Claude St. Aubin
    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.


    Commentaires:

    Sam Quixote
    Really - a book on Batman and Jim Gordon’s bromance? DC will milk every angle on Batman, won’t they? Turning Points is rubbish. There’s always been enough Batman/Gordon scenes in the background of better, more substantial stories to make something like this negligible. All this shows is that it fails as the main focus of a book because it’s so boring! Writers Greg Rucka, Ed Brubaker and Chuck Dixon take turns hacking out forgettable standalone stories set at various points of Batman’s [...]

    StoryTellerShannon
    The interesting pitch here is that this is five installments which focus upon the growing relationship between Batman and Gordon, starting with when they barely knew each other to when they silently trusted one another without saying much of anything.(view spoiler)[** SPOILERS **For Batman fans the focuses are: Batman new to the job while Gordon is trying to avoid divorce from his wife; then the introduction of Robin and Mister Freeze; then the death of the first Robin and the fallout; Batman as [...]

    Sesana
    A very interesting concept for a miniseries. Originally five issues, Turning Points covers, briefly, five different points in Batman's career, and his relationship with Gordon at each of those times. The first is Year 1.5, the second right after he recruits Robin, then post The Killing Joke, then an Azrael-era story, and finally a "present" story (well, it was at the time). Three different writers are on board here, and for the most part, I think their styles meshed pretty well. Probably my favo [...]

    Iain
    Brilliant. One of the best collections I've read in a while. Five interlinked stories, each covering a "turning point" in the relationship between Batman and Jim Gordon. Starting at the early days when Batman first appeared and going full circle for the final installment, with a wonderful ending.

    J
    Kind of by the numbers concept stories of moments in the lives and relationship between Batman and Jim Gordon. With all the writing talent here, I expected better.

    M.C. Crocker
    Yes I have become a Gotham junkie and am loving the show, though I don’t know how far one can go in the city of Batman when Batman is a mere child but all the same the TV series peaked my interest in Jim Gordon and this comic explores the relationship between Batman and Jim Gordon. As the title of the book proclaims each store is about a turning point in the relationship of these two characters.Each comic is its own stand alone story and you know that there are a lot of story that happens betw [...]

    Gayle Francis Moffet
    It's Batman's greatest hits in the structure of his relationship with Jim Gordon over the years. The story hits on five major points in the Bat-canon: The first time Jim runs into Batman; the first time Jim sees Robin; the aftermath of Jason Todd's death and Barbara's shooting; Azrael snapping under the pressure when he replaced Bruce as Batman during Knightfall; and Jim and Batman seeing exactly what their partnership can accomplish after the events of No Man's Land.It's a strong set of stories [...]

    Indika De Silva
    This book is excellent. It is well written, drawn and presented. In addition the story is awesome.The story deals with the friendship between James Gordon and Batman. At times filled with conflict and animosity and at times with mutual respect and deep friendship; this book shows the how they came to be from humble beginnings.The following book is a must to any fan of Batman. However it does contain certain number of spoilers found within the Batman storyline. Therefore it should be read by thos [...]

    Timo
    Bought this one from Waterstone's in Edinburgh as part of a "3 for 2" deal. Then again, I would've bought this anyway, because I'm a big Batman fan.There are three writers in the book. Greg Rucka did two stories, Ed Brubaker did to and Chuck Dixon did one.Rucka handled his part the best. He really can write dead on stories that revolve around polices. And that is why I respect him so much.Dixon wrote nice and grim story about the time when Azrael was Batman. It was interesting to read, because t [...]

    Jacobi
    This book would probably suck for non-Batman dorks, but being a card carrying member for the last 20 years, this was the shit. This reads like Gordon and Batman fan-fiction, as it looks at how their relationship has changed over time, which is ok by me. They peak in on the two heroes of Gotham at some great times (shortly after the first meeting, the Dick Sprang era, after Barbara's injury, when Azreal takes up the mantle, among others) to see how they've grown closer and more reliant on each ot [...]

    Sunil
    Turning Points follows Bats and Gordon through the course of their evolving friendship by showing us the aftermath of key Batman storylines like Batman: Year One, The Killing Joke, Knightfall, and No Man's Land. Although it surely helps to be familiar with the storylines to put the issues in context, it's not entirely necessary, since the dynamic is obvious. Why does Gordon need Batman? Why does Batman need Gordon? How do they relate to each other when the other isn't around? It's not that Turni [...]

    James
    I really enjoyed this anthology collection of stories that highlighted Batman's relationship with Commissioner Jim Gordon. Each story flowed together quite well and I thought none of the artists or writers had difficulties picking up from where the previous ones left off. That showed that the artists and writers cared about maintaining consistency between stories. Overall, this anthology was poignant at times and it showed that everyone does indeed need a friend. Good read and well worth your ti [...]

    Allie
    A quick little read chronicling Batman and Commissioner Gordan's relationship through the years. The standout story here is Dixon's, which takes place during Azrael's run as Batman - the art for his story is suitably dark and creepy, and the story plays out and is wrapped up nicely. I'd say this book is only recommendable to diehard Batman fans. Newer readers will only be confused by the jumps through time and will be left wanting more background. They won't get any, however, because these stori [...]

    Sean
    The relationship between Batman and Jim Gordon has always been interesting, whether in print or on screen. Here, various creative teams show us a handful of interactions between the two during different spots in their lives. I like how the dynamic changes from time to time based on the overarching goings-on but it would have been nice for an editorial footnote for when the story was taking place. The art was decent but not dynamic. Overall, a good character study but could've been more.

    Adalira Morningstar
    A series of short stories focusing on the friendship between Batman and Gordon. A good short read and interesting stories but definitely not meant for people new to the Batman series. You need a basic understanding of the series to be able to follow the stories. Also, I always forget how silly Mr. Freeze was in some of these comics. You've come a long way, Freeze.

    Krystl Louwagie
    Nothing like some graphic novels to help me achieve my reading goal before the end of the year;) (Not that I just read graphic novels towards the end, of course.0Anyways, this was a sweet, fairly short, look at the relationship between Gordan and Batman throughout the years. No focus on cheesy victims, which was nice. Mostly, just short and sweet, with a touch of depth.

    Don
    An sometimes interesting look at the relationship between Batman and Jim Gordon throughout the years. Rucka, Brubaker and Dixon are all outstanding Batman writers, but this is by no means a "must read" for fans.

    Ryan Mishap
    A very good collection that zooms in on the relationship between the Batman and Gordon at various points in their lives. The stories seem to occur after major story lines in the ongoing saga. For instance, one is after Batman Year One, another after Death in the Family. Worth checking out.

    Cheno N.
    The stories included in this book were pretty fascinating, but Robin actually doesn't look like that, or else he'd be called Mr. Freeze looked pretty weird as well.Either way, messed-up animation or not, this book was awesome!

    Wolverina
    A series of short stories about the key points in Batman's DCU history. Some written by Brubaker, some by Rucka and one by Dixon. What's not to like? No new plots or surprises, but the authors usually manage a refreshing perspective on old material.

    Feather Mista
    Me parece que algunos de los capítulos que incluye este tomo fueron recopilados azarosamente en "Batman la colección", pero tampoco me consta que sea en los tomos que tengo. ¿Que qué me pareció el comic? No está mal.

    Daniel
    Not bad. Better stories than art. I prefer the first story, with Steve Leiber's art. But this is because it plays to my bias — Batman: Year One is my favorite Batman book. I got this at Comic Con for $5, I don't feel my money was wasted.

    Hannah Givens
    09/10/09: Very good, excellent Bats/Gordon characterization. The individual one-shot stories work, but they cover many significant points in the relationship history, and it works as a whole too.05/14/10: Bumped up from 4 to 5 stars.

    Dearwassily
    Even though this was Gordon-centric (a plus for me), it wasn't anywhere close to the new classics.

    Warren
    Relationship with Comish Gordon at various points in the career.

    Michael
    A really great collection of narratives concerning the relationship between Batman and Jim Gordon. Greg Rucka and Ed Brubaker write the best stories, as expected. This is great.

    Dilina
    For shippers of Batman and Gordon, this is the bomb.

    Poonam
    On relationship between Gordon and Batman. Few good stories.

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