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Batman R.I.P. av Grant Morrison
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Batman R.I.P. (utgåvan 2010)

av Grant Morrison, Tony Daniel (Illustratör), Lee Garbett (Illustratör)

Serier: Grant Morrison's Batman run (Volume 3), Batman TPBs (676-683), Batman

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The troubled life of Bruce Wayne seems to spin out of control when his releationship with the mysterious Jezebel Jet deepens. Soon Bruce Wayne drops out completely, having seemingly become the victim of mental illness and abandoning his Batman identity for a life on the streets of Gotham City. Capitalizing on the fall of their greatest foe, the Club of Villains begin a crime spree through the streets of Gotham that threatens to bring the city to its knees.… (mer)
Medlem:brewsternorth
Titel:Batman R.I.P.
Författare:Grant Morrison
Andra författare:Tony Daniel (Illustratör), Lee Garbett (Illustratör)
Info:DC Comics (2010), Paperback, 224 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
Betyg:*1/2
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I'm sort of conflicted on this one, though part of that is due to the fact that I've read 16 or 17 Batman Graphic Novels in a row and I might just be Batman'd out.

On the one hand, the art style is outstanding - some of the full spread images I had to just pause and admire the lining, the colors and the shadows. Gotham in particular looks great here. Some of the Joker imagery is stellar, as well.

On the other hand, I find the images don't tell the story very well, if that makes sense. I was frequently confused about who was talking, or what the context of the images were showing. I suppose that sort of goes in line with Bruce Wayne's journey in this one, but I don't think it meshed as well as I'd liked.

I also feel like I've sort of read/seen this version of Batman story before...because I probably sort of have? Not really this specific book's fault. Still, Batman is still Batman and it's going to have to really crap the bed in order for it not to be entertaining and this was pretty entertaining. ( )
  hskey | Sep 13, 2020 |
On the one hand, I have to admit I found myself liking this better than I thought given some of the negative reviews I saw. On the other hand, the ending, or rather the epilogue story that came after the end of the R.I.P. story sequence seemed a bit of a tagged on piece. We probably could have done with out that part, and the larger story would have still worked. It was interesting, but it did not feel necessary. I don't think this is the first time I read Morrison, and I feel that he starts well, then sort of falls apart. As for the R.I.P. story, the core of this volume, it was pretty good, interesting. The idea of attacking Batman mentally is certainly a good one; Bane did it physically, so this was a nice contrast. And yet, after a while, the villains do underestimate the Dark Knight (above as much as I can say without spoiling things). In addition, you do see a few other characters from Batman's life as well in this tale. So, overall, a pretty good tale. It certainly kept my interest. ( )
  bloodravenlib | Aug 17, 2020 |
"Batman: R.I.P." tells the story of the apparent downfall of Batman at the hands of Doctor Hurt, a criminal mastermind who may or may not be someone from Batman's past.

When I first read this storyline as it was published in serial format, I found it confusing. But that's what happens when a month goes by between each chapter and you don't get to the comic shop regularly.

Reading it again in collected form...it's still confusing. I'm putting that down to the art, which isn't very good in a storytelling sense. Tony Daniel turns out a nice drawing now and again, but panel to panel it isn't as successful. I frequently found it hard to tell what was happening, or even in what order things were supposed to be happening.

Despite the visual confusion, Morrison turns in a pretty gripping psychological drama that references a number of crazy 60s elements (such as Bat-Mite and Zur-En-Arrh) and reconciles them with current continuity. You don't need to have read those old comics, but you should read [b:"The Black Glove"|3390159|Batman The Black Glove|Grant Morrison|http://photo.goodreads.com/books/1267975306s/3390159.jpg|3430026] and [b:"Batman and Son"|440960|Batman Batman and Son|Grant Morrison|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Ab7IyriAL._SL75_.jpg|2189612] before taking on this volume. ( )
  chaosfox | Feb 22, 2019 |
I feel as if I need to read this over again. This is the sort of book, like most [a:Grant Morrison|12732|Grant Morrison|https://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1311378308p2/12732.jpg] works, that needs to be read slowly and digested. It would significantly help, having someone to talk to about it, but as that is currently lacking I fear that I shall forever remain wrapped up in confusion as to what I just read.

The transitions were a bit jarring, and at times I struggled to figure out what was flashback and what was present action. I realize that context clues reveal these things for the most part, but I still feel that it could have been a bit more fluid or clearly defined. I felt a few pieces of plot were never adequately explored, and thus.. well.. it was terribly confusing.

Anyone care to discuss this with me and help me out a little? I feel as if I missed some things I shouldn't have... ( )
  Lepophagus | Jun 14, 2018 |
Rubbish. Except for the pretty Tony Daniel artwork, this book was a complete waste of time. Nonsensical tale that was ultimately pointless. ( )
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In my attempts to see clearly in the deepest dark, in my efforts to go to the still eye of the storm of madness, did I open up myself to some pure source of evil? Did I finally reach the limits of reason? And find the Devil waiting?
Imagination is the 5th dimension. Some world's greatest detective you are.
I am the hole in things, Bruce, the enemy, the piece that can never fit, there since the beginning.
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The troubled life of Bruce Wayne seems to spin out of control when his releationship with the mysterious Jezebel Jet deepens. Soon Bruce Wayne drops out completely, having seemingly become the victim of mental illness and abandoning his Batman identity for a life on the streets of Gotham City. Capitalizing on the fall of their greatest foe, the Club of Villains begin a crime spree through the streets of Gotham that threatens to bring the city to its knees.

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