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A Black and White World View 20. Dezember 2005
Von Madelyn Pryor - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Batman: Black and White vol. 2 is a work of passion and dedication to a character by the artists and authors represented in the book, and their love and fire for Batman shows in every detail. Originally printed as back up stories in Gotham Knights #1-16, these stories which are between 6-8 pages are entirely in black, white, and gray. They encompass a vast variety of the aspects of the Batman, and decades. Almost every classic Batman villain makes an appearance at some point in the graphic, and there is a story to suit almost any taste, from grim and gritty to bright and cheerful.

This is the perfect gift for anyone into Batman in any way, and the perfect thing to buy yourself if you've ever liked Batman in the least. You'll be bowled over by the brilliance of this book.

Highest recommendations to everyone!
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MY GRADE: B minus to B. 27. Juni 2012
Von MISTER SJEM - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
There are 21 short stories depicted in black, white and gray purposefully. Several of the tales are little moments to a side of Batman one rarely sees. Overall, I found some of the stories quite engaging or just funny in a goofy manner. Others fell quite flat or were just plain ho hum. This is one of those tales in which the artwork was more impressive than the plots.

Some notable writers were Paul Dini, Warren Ellis, Chris Claremont, Paul Pope and Harlan Ellison. There's a nice collection of Batman graphic novels to check out in the very back.

My favorite three tales were: "Batsman: Swarming Scourge of the Underworld" (by Ty Templeton and artwork by Marie Severin . .. it had some of the funniest moments even though the ending was lame), "Blackout (some good character focuses on Batman with Catwoman using old style artwork and phrases by Howard Chaykin and illustrated by Jordi Bernet) and "The Bet" (by Paul Dini and illustrated by Ronnie Del Carmen . . . another silly tale in which Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn see who can get the most men to
kiss them).

STORY/PLOTTING: B minus; CHARACTERS/DIALOGUE: B minus to B; ARTWORK PRESENTATION: B to B plus; SOMETHING NEW WITH BATMAN: B to B plus; OVERALL GRADE: B minus to B; WHEN READ: end of June 2012.
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LOVE IT! 29. April 2010
Von Tom Reagan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I love the short stories. I love the artwork (WOW!- the ARTWORK!).

Naturally, some stories are better than others, but for the most part, they're good, and where the stories don't always pay off, the artwork almost always makes up for it. In this one, you get artwork by Alex Ross, Tim Sale, Jim Lee, Dave Gibbons, and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez - and that's just five of the 21 stories! As for writers, there's Paul Dini, John Byrne, Paul Levitz, and Brian Azarello.

I've read volume 1 and 2 (Vol. 3 is on the way) - yes, Volume 1 is superior, but if you enjoy that one, you should definitely enjoy this one as well. This is a must for all major Bat-fans.

I just wish DC would churn out a Volume 4!
Two toned stories 6. Januar 2013
Von Sam Quixote - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Like the first "Batman: Black & White" collection, this anthology contains some of the biggest names in comics putting together short Batman stories in black and white, but the overall effect is uneven with some great stories, some awful stories, and quite a lot of so-so stories.

My favourite by far in this collection was the opening story called "Case Study" by Paul Dini and drawn by Alex Ross, which takes a look at the Joker before he became the Joker and questions whether he really is crazy or not. After all, how could a crazy person put together and carry out so many complex criminal schemes? Couple Dini's superb writing with Ross' art and you've got a winner every time.

Dini also contributed an excellent short called "The Bet" where Harley and Ivy, bored while locked up in Arkham, make a bet to see who can kiss the most guards. Drawn by Ronnie Del Carmen in Bruce Timm's style, it's a fun story but if you've read the Dini/DC "Harley and Ivy" book then you'll have already read this as it's included in that book as well (in colour too).

Warren Ellis and Jim Lee's "To Become the Bat" is an effective look back at how Batman developed the skills he has while inter-splicing scenes of a case he's currently working on showing him using those skills. Lee's art is excellent and Ellis masterfully concocts a layered story within just a few pages.

Walter Simonson and John Paul Leon's "The Riddle" riffs on the ever-present Lewis Carroll themes in Gotham by having the Riddler seek out the answer to the unanswered riddle in "Alice in Wonderland" ("Why is a raven like a writing desk?") in the house of a dead billionaire who was obsessed with Carroll. Leon's art is brilliantly zany, taking familiar characters from Wonderland and darkly warping them while Batman appears as a sinister Cheshire Bat.

The rest of the stories have moments that I thought were interesting like exploring what Batman got up to in WW2, or a conversation between Batman and Zsasz while waiting for the GCPD to show up, and some of the art is fantastic. But overall, the book contains a few good stories but mostly only some mildly entertaining stuff - the rest is very forgettable. "B&W, Vol 2" is definitely not a must-read book of the Batman canon.
definitely worth buying 12. Dezember 2009
Von Stephen W. Green - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
while it's not as good as the PHENOMENAL volume 1, this is an impressive volume of cool batman stories. there are some essential works in here (tim sale, alex ross). also, it's interesting to see jim lee ink his own work in here. batman translates really well to black and white, and anthologies are always a great buffet-style way to discover new creators.
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