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[R.E.A.D] Batman: Year One 'Full_Pages'


[R.E.A.D] Batman: Year One 'Full_Pages'

[R.E.A.D] Batman:

Year One 'Full_Pages'

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Grade 4 Up–In the late 1980s, DC Comics revamped many superheroes but realized that

Batman should remain true to his 1939 history. According to the introduction, the editors also

decided that the public needed to know more about Batman's early life as a vigilante, and Miller

and Mazzucchelli came together to produce Batman: Year One. Originally released in 1988 in four

parts, the stories have been combined into one book. Opening with the arrival of Lieutenant James

Gordon in Gotham's police force, the story goes on to inform readers about the level of corruption

permeating the force. They also witness Bruce Wayne's first encounter with the prostitute named

Selina, who will become Catwoman. Wayne speaks to his dead father, asking for guidance, and is

answered with a bat on the windowsill, and Batman is born. The remaining chapters highlight

Gordon's continuing difficulties with the corrupt police force, Batman's early difficulties in protecting

and using his arsenal of weapons, and the first villains he chooses to pursue. At the end of the

book, readers are treated to some background on Mazzucchelli's art, the production of Year One,

and details on Richmond Lewis's coloring techniques. Both beginning and devoted Batman fans

will enjoy this edition.–Sarah Krygier, Solano County Library, Fairfield, CA Copyright © Reed

Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Read more 'This is a

story no true Batman fan should be able to resist.' —School Library Journal  “A gritty and

atmospheric retelling of Batmanâ€s earliest days as told by the author of the seminal Dark

Knight Returns (1987). Mazuzuccelliâ€s art brings a new level of emotional instensity and

realistic, muscular action.― —Booklist  “Year One worked as a fine piece of urban crime

fiction…it was just a bonus that the arc also brought new depth to iconic characters that had been

around for nearly 50 years.― —A.V. Club  “[One of] the most influential Batman stories

ever told.― —Vulture  “You know that saying, 'If you read just one book, this is the one to

read'? Well, that applies to Batman: Year One. It's not only one of the most important comics ever

written, it's also among the best― —IGN  “The best thing that Miller has ever written about

Batman is the Batman: Year One.― —Wired.com  “This may be the best Batman comic

ever.― —io9   Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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