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Batman: Year One, Frank Miller

batman year onespolier alertTitle: Batman: Year One

Author: Frank Miller, artist David Mazzucchelli

Pages:  96, with extra pages of sketches and black and white prints.

Genre: graphic novel, detective story.

Part of a series?  Yes, this is part of the Batman Universe.  Collects #’s 404-407.

Published: Deluxe edition was published 01-10-07, but it was originally published in 1986.

 

This is a reinterpretation of the origins of Batman, and I must say it is awesome.  I loved watching both Bruce Wayne and James Gordon come to Gotham.  What each of them had to deal with.  The city, the police force is corrupt.  Which is worse- a possibly crazy vigilante or a bad cop?  Where is that line that one cannot cross?

Other names are popping up here too.  Selina, Harvey Dent.  It’s all here.  I loved seeing these iconic characters like this.  Add to that, the plot was fantastic and the artwork was just amazing.  Five Stars!

While adults will love this book, I feel like most comics are geared toward the youth.  There is a lot of violence and some cursing here…. but I would not think twice seeing this in the hands of a 13 year old or older.  Parents, just understand that these comics are violent and can often be disturbing.  Parental Guidance

The book is out- check it out and let me know what you think!

Link to book:

Amazon

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