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Batman, Two-Face and Scarecrow

Jones, Bruce

Batman, Two-Face and Scarecrow

year one

by Jones, Bruce

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Published by DC Comics in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Batman (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc

  • About the Edition

    Presents the origin stories of two of the Dark Knight"s foes: Scarecrow, who terrorizes Gotham by manipulating fear, and Two-Face, the one-time champion of Gotham City who, after he is disfigured by acid, becomes a homicidal maniac.

    Edition Notes

    StatementBruce Jones, writer ; Sean Murphy, artist ; Lee Loughridge, colorist.
    GenreComic books, strips, etc
    ContributionsMurphy, Sean Gordon, 1980-, Loughridge, Lee., Kane, Bob.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6728.B36 J65 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination200 p. :
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24045045M
    ISBN 101401222463
    ISBN 109781401222468
    LC Control Number2009280035

    This book is from the One Year Later event and takes place in between "Under the Red Hood" and "Batman & Son". I appreciated the art, but the story felt just like a run of the mill Two Face Story. It's not The Long Halloween or Jekyll and Hyde, and this book just feels kind of like an excuse to bring Two-Face back to being "normal"/5.   This Scarecrow/Two-Face moment is all about tension whereas Forever Evil was quite a bit more lighthearted and aimed for laughs more often than not. Two-Face #1 is deadly : Andrew Asberry.

    So Batman Jokers Asylum is a collection of one shots, all from a villains perspective: we have Joker, Penguin, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy and Two Face, and Joker is basically narrating the stories! I'm not sure if Aaron wrote all of them, I think he did, the artist changed each issue though!/5. The story certainly does the Scarecrow more justice than the film Batman Begins, and also gives him a new (and again better than Batman Begins) design that shows the character a bit younger yet remains faithful to the essence of the Scarecrow. 's Batman/Two-Face: Year One on the other hand, is the lesser of the two/5(4).

    Two-Face, or Harvey Dent, is a minifigure from the Batman theme in Two-Face reappeared in the DC Universe Super Heroes theme in Two-Face is known for being the first minifigure with a printed hair piece, it is base-white that's wild and spiky on the left side, and neatly-combed black hair on the right. The right side of his face is also quite normal, but the left side is sand Accessories: Tommy gun Coin (Stud) Coin (Printed piece). - Scriddler, riddlecrow. See more ideas about Riddler, Gotham and Batman pins.


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Batman, Two-Face and Scarecrow by Jones, Bruce Download PDF EPUB FB2

The story certainly does the Scarecrow more justice than the film Batman Begins, and also gives him a new (and again better than Batman Begins) design that shows the character a bit younger yet remains faithful to the essence of the Scarecrow.

's Batman/Two-Face: Year One on the other hand, is the lesser of the two.4/5(9). Mark Sable's Two-Face story is more intentionally crammed and compressed, complete with the appearance of damn near every Batman villain during the epic conclusion.

Yet it's Sean Murphy's droll, horrifying style is a perfect match for the Scarecrow origin story, well plotted (by Bruce Jones) as a race-against-the-clock mystery/5. Another "best of" book for Batman's villains featured in a movie, this one was released to coincide with Batman Forever.

Just like other Two-Face and Scarecrow book like The Greatest Joker Stories and Scarecrow Tales, we get the first appearance of both of these villains as well as a few more recent tellings.4/5(6).

The story certainly does the Scarecrow more justice than the film Batman Begins, and also gives him a new (and again better than Batman Begins) design that shows the character a bit younger yet remains faithful to the essence of the Scarecrow.

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