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The Batman Adventures: Dangerous Dames & Demons [Englisch] [Comic]

Paul Dini , Bruce Timm , Burchett Byrne


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Mad, Mad Love 4. Mai 2004
Von Nightmare1 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Comic
I bought this book simply because it had "Mad Love" in it---but it was a bigger bonus than that. As soon as i bought it, I actually sat down at a little table in the mall and read. And boy, can I say it was worth my money!
It starts off with a little Poison Ivy story where Ivy uses a giant seaweed serpent to steal the money from Bruce Wayne's 10th Annual Chraity Fund. But of course, who has to fly in to save the day?
Right afterwards is the Batman Annual, with "GOing Straight," a series of stories within a story. Roxanne "Roxy Rocket" Sutton was released from prison after two years, two years since her encounter with Batman. As Batman watches her on the news, he reminsces about others who have tried to "go straight": Arnold Wesker (the Ventriloquist), Harleen Quinzel (Harley Quinn), and Jonathon Crane (the Scarecrow). Each is its own separate story.
"Puppet Show" (the segment starring the Ventriolquist) shows how Arnold Wesker has found work as a puppeteer on a TV show. Unfortunately, the show is to go out of business in a week, and the star is not too pleased, and plots to rid herself of the owner of the studio---with Scarface.
The next segement, "24 Hours" shows how Harley cannot last for tenty-four hours without etting into trouble.
In "Study Hall," the Scarecrow teaches a college boy the consequences of abusing a poor, defenseless girl---especially when that poor, defenseless girl is his best student!
To continue with the main "Roxy Rocket" story, Batman is called to police headquarters, where they have supposedly caught Roxy on tape---robbing the Fly Rite Airplane Company's safe! Is Roxy the real caper or is it...somone else?
The next comic is a short called "Laughter After Midnight," a small strip showing the Joker on an average night out---fight with Batman, bump off a few people, get a donut, bump off someone else, get some newspapers, bump off someone else, call Harley for a ride home while at the same time getting into trouble with the police, then relieving a cop of his car in a getaway.
The next two comics I did not care for. The first was called "Jolly Old Saint Nick," where Bullock and Montoya disguise themselves as Santa and an elf to work as undercover cops to hopefully catch some shoplifters. The only reason this comic was any good at all was because Batgirl came to save the day--from Clayface.
The other one I did not like was "Demons": one with ra's Al Ghul trying to get this tablet to bring a creature out of the depths of Hell. I never did like Ra's, (not to mention some of the images were a bit disturbing) so this naturally did not amuse me.
The best part of this whole book was "Mad Love" itself, respectfully put in the back, as they saved the best for last. In its greatness, this one deseers a full review. (Warning: the following may contain spoilers)
"Mad Love" is Harley Quinn's story. It starts out in a dentists' office, where Harley and Joker attempt to kill Gordon, before Batman arrives in the nick of time. batman arrives home and looks up Harley's history. She won a gymnastic scholarship to Gotham University in high school, but her real goal was to get a degree in psychology. As Batman says, "Never mind that she didn't want to get it by studying." To nicely put it, she bribed her teachers by means of looks and love.
Back at the Joker's hideout, the Joker is trying to find the perfect revenge on Batman. Harley wants to "play." However, he is more concerned on the perfect plan to get back at Batman. He finds one that might work - hang him over a tank of piranhas - but tosses it aside, because piranhas cannot smile.
Harley is really getting on the Joker's nerves by now with her "playful" (cough) antics, and he throws her downstairs. There, Harley reminisces about Batman being in the way of her and her Puddin', and begins to remember when she first met the Joker.
Harley was a doctor at Arkham Asylum, where she met the Joker. He liked her name. "Harley QUIN-zel. Rework it a bit and you get 'Harley Quinn,' like the classic clown character Harlequin!" She did several sessions with the Joker and with each one, she fell more and more in love and lost more and more sanity. One night, after he had escaped, Batman brought the Joker back, bruised and bleeding. harley was determined to get him out of the asylum, so she broke into a novelty shop, donned the Harlequin outfit and broke him out of arkham. They had been together since. End the memories.
The Joker is asleep now, and she finds his plans--and sees them upside down. Updside-down, piranhas look like they are smiling. The perfect plan...
Harley then lures Batman to the docks, claiming she has vital information for him in exchange for protection from the Joker. She says that the Joker was going to turn Gotham into "one big grinning ghost town." Batman falls for it. (...)
"Mad Love" is the greatest comic ever! The rest were god, but this was tops! I highly recommend this book just for "Mad Love"!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A must read for fans of the animated series 4. November 2007
Von Steven Scott - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Comic
This book is an extension of the animated series, with all stories written by Paul Dini, and a majority of the artwork by co-creator of the series Bruce Timm. Producer/character designer Glen Murakami also adds his pencils to the the Batman Annual collected in here.

This was created a few years before the New Adventures was put into production so there are a couple things that carried over into the show once it was put back into production. Such as the introduction of Roxy Rocket. In here is her first appearance before she was given her own episode and back story in "The Ultimate Thrill".

This story involves a look at some of Batman's rogues trying to go straight but how it never works out in their favor, such as Harley, Scarecrow, and my favorite, Arnold Wesker the Ventriloquist and Scarface. I always feel sorry for Arnold and his never ending struggle to rid himself of Scarface. This story is no less tragic.

There's the Christmas themed segment that involves top cops Montoya and Bullock under cover as a mall Santa and elf of course. This story was later adapted into a 3 part Christmas themed episode of the series and it was cool to see that most of the dialog stayed intact. The Demon vs. Ra's Al Ghul story wasn't so bad, considering how rushed it was reading what Timm had to say on the slap dash way it was put together. If they had worked out the kinks a little better, I think it could have made a decent episode.

The last and best story included here is "Mad Love". As I have already reviewed this previously in its single book form, I won't go into it again here except to say it's a great story about the origin of Harley and was also lated adapted into an episode of the series. For fans, this is worth owning, as I consider it all in the same continuity and therefore, it's like the lost episodes for those who want more.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Dangerously good 6. September 2013
Von Murray Poulter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Comic|Verifizierter Kauf
When I first purchased The Batman Adventures Dangerous Dames and Demons I thought that Mad Love would be good and the the other stories average but how wrong I was. (note spoilers ahead!) Written by Paul Dini and art by Bruce Timm.

Cruise To Nightmare features Poison Ivy holding up a charity ball on a cruise liner with a sea serpent. Bruce makes an exit by getting bumped off the boat by a sea serpent. He returns to the boat as Batman and kills the serpent with a flare gun. Batman then knocks poison ivy out with a life ring. The story was good but not amazing.

The first annual collects storys of batman rogues gallery trying to go straight.The story starts with Batman apprehending jewel thief Roxy Rocket and her going straight. In the batcave batman recalls villains attemps to go straight.The Ventriloquist and Scarecrows storys were very good but Harley Quinn's wasn't so. Back in the present Batman is summoned by commissioner Gordon investigating the apparent return of Roxy. Batman deduces that the burglar is catwoman in disguise and chases her with Roxy Rocket at the airport. Catwoman escapes and Roxy's name is cleared. Good plot with an exellent range of art.

Laughter After Midnight briefly showcases an injured Joker bringing Laughter to the streets. Very good.

Jolly Old Saint starts the scene with Barbra Gordon (Batgirl) Christmas shopping when she notices a gang of kids pick pocketing. undercover police Detective Bullock and Montoya also chase the thieves who are really portions of Clayface. Montoya corners Clayface and Batgirl, now in uniform , fight Clayface. Funny moments with good art.

The second annual Demons showcases Batman teaming up with Entrigan. Batman fails to stop Ras al Ghul recovering an ancient tablet in the ruins of a destroyed skyscraper. Batman makes contact with Jason Blood (Entrigan) who reveals the history of the tablet. The two are suddenly drugged by Talia al Ghul. After strange visions Batman and Jason Blood travel to Gotham cathedral to see a gigantic demon summoned. Jason Blood transforms into Entrigan and fights the demon. Batman recovers the tablet and Entrigan sends the demon back to hell. Brilliant story with a good team up and of course art.

The final special is the one and only Eisner award winning Mad Love. After a failed kidnapping of the commissioner Harley Quinn gets the boot from The Joker for interrupting his planning to kill Batman and flirting with him. Outside she recounts her first meeting with The Joker and decides she must kill Batman to Win back her "puddin". Harley rendezvous with Batman with the Jokers plans. The pair are suddenly interupted by a robot Joker. While fighting the robot Harley Quinn drugs Batman from behind. Batman awakes chained upside down over a piranna cage. Harley explains how she executed one of The Jokers plans. Batman convinces her that the Joker will not believe he killed her unless she rings him. The Joker arrives furious and throws Harley out the window.
The Joker releases Batman and tries to escape only to fall down a chimney. Finally Harley forgives The Joker as she is taken to her cell at Arkham Aslyum. Execllent origin of The Joker's girlfriend Harley Quinn and their on/off relationship.
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