Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?
Best-selling author Neil Gaiman (The Sandman) joins a murderer's row of talented artists in lending his unique touch to the Batman mythos for this Deluxe Edition hardcover! Spotlighting the story "Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?" from Batman #685 and Detective Comics #852, Gaiman joins... show more
Best-selling author Neil Gaiman (The Sandman) joins a murderer's row of talented artists in lending his unique touch to the Batman mythos for this Deluxe Edition hardcover! Spotlighting the story "Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?" from Batman #685 and Detective Comics #852, Gaiman joins artist Andy Kubert and inker Scott Williams for a story that shines a new light on the Batman mythos. Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? also collects Gaiman stories from Secret Origins #36, Secret Origins Special #1, and Batman Black And White #2. This collection is not to be missed!
Publish date: August 3rd 2010
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
Read full review at: http://thereadingarmchair.blogspot.gr/2015/08/review-whatever-happened-to-caped.htmlWhatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? This is the question that this two-part comic is trying to answer. The very end of Batman. The title, as Neil Gaiman explains in the foreword, is a pun to...
Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader is my second exposure to Neil Gaiman.Earlier in the year, I read American Gods and while I loved the premise, the execution bugged me. I found it long winded and a little on the boring side. I was sure that when you put the mind of Gaiman into the Batman uni...
A pretty good collection written by Neil Gaiman. The title story definitely reflects the dream-like quality of story telling that Gaiman is known for. It is a good tale for the final Batman tale. The art is very good as well and suits the story. I did find myself wishing some of the stories the vill...
One of the reviews on the back of this graphic novel says it perfect. This is pretty much just a long love-letter to the Batman character and franchise as a whole. It's very self-aware and prods at itself while priding itself for what it is, and what it has become over the years. As a Batman fan I c...
Andy Kubert's art is gorgeous. Story is... Gaiman, with the typical sensibilities you find in a Gaiman short or comic. As much as I adore both graphic art and N.G., I guess I'm just not the target audience, having not been enough of a Batman fan to have more than just the basic knowledge of stories ...
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