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Batman (2011-2016) Vol. 4: Zero Year- Secret City (Batman Graphic Novel) (English Edition) Kindle e comiXology
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- ASIN : B00IUSN4PW
- Editora : DC (13 maio 2014)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Tamanho do arquivo : 78281 KB
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- Número de páginas : 174 páginas
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The overall arc is delivered in three smaller arcs, this volume containing the first while volume 5 contains the other two (it's probably worth buying both together, since neither tells a full story on its own). In Secret City we see the Batman identity take shape, as well as the origins of some of the most notable members of Batman's rogue's gallery. The writing is at its best when Snyder is putting his own spin on well-established lore and, as ever, Capullo's art is gorgeous and kinetic.
Where the book falters is in retelling events we've seen several times already, between other comics, movies and animation. The book inevitably measures up as second best to Frank Miller's groundbreaking Year One, which still functions as a perfectly fitting origin story for Batman as we know him today. It's for this reason I referred to writing another origin for Batman as an unenviable task above. Due to the nature of comics, the details can't be changed too much while not changing them at all would be a waste of ink. The reality is that a new origin story was just not needed.
However, Snyder and Capullo should be given full credit for delivering a story that is still engaging despite those disadvantages. In fact, it's remarkable just how relevant the arc is, given the context. I would easily recommended it to any Batman fans, especially those who have enjoyed Snyder and Capullos' run so far, and it's worth the asking price for more casual readers too. If you're looking for Batman's origin, read Year One by Frank Miller first, but for a good stripped-down Batman story, you can't go wrong with Zero Year.
Finally i decided to give Zero Year a go. I was not disappointed. The story, as stated in the end page commentary, was by no mean a replacement of Year One (which would be impossible for any writer) but a re-exploration of Batmans Origins. Snyder took the opposite spin to Year One in almost every aspect, and that alone is respectful.
Zero Year was bright, exciting and futuristic. The art was fantastic (with only one panel a little iffy). It was maybe a little wordy, but that can be forgiven as the dialogue was by no means poor quality. Overall Zero Year was a fine Batman Comic that fit the description and did not attempt to do something it couldnt (i.e. replace Year One).
Definitley a recommended comic, but u should read the stories in order of publishing in my opinion.
What’s refreshing about this and all Zero Year is how we see Bruce making mistakes as he becomes Batman, a nice contrast to the experienced and super-prepped Dark Knight we know.
Not going to go into to much detail but be rest assured it is a great read and will keep you interested and involved in this fantastic batman story from Scott Synder and Greg Capullo (amongst others).