FREE READ ✓ Batman of the Future

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FREE READ ✓ Batman of the Future Û Batman Beyond the future of crime fighting got an excellent kickoff in the first few issues of DC's comic series starting in November of 1999 But before those comics appeared DC issued a miniseries that bordered on the craptacular with six issues published separately from March to August of the same year and nA couple of these stories approach almost acceptable status the third Blight fightin' issue Never Mix Never Worry and the sixth story on the normally sexy Inue Permanent Inue Stains but unless you've gotta have it leave this one to the kiddies Paul Hughe. This Batman of the future didn't give me the same good vibrations as the old Batman so I think this experiment will finish right here and right nowuesto Batman del futuro non mi ispira specialmente se paragonato al Batman a cui sono abituata uindi credo che non leggeró altro del genere

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Batman Beyond the future of crime fighting got an excellent kickoff in the first few issues of DC's comic series starting in November of 1999 But before those comics appeared DC issued a miniseries that bordered on the craptacular with six issues publishe. Batman of the Future is the first Batman Beyond book spinning off from the late ‘90s animated TV show and like every other Batman Beyond book it sucks The origin story is ok even if the seuence is a bit rushed Set in 2039 where an elderly Bruce Wayne relying on tech suits to still be Batman passes on the snazzy new outfit and cowl when a worthy heir conveniently appears Terry McGinnis Except it’s a retelling of the pilot episode so the uality is based on Paul DiniBruce Timm’s work rather than anything the writer of this book Hilary J Bader came up with Rick Burchett’s artwork is also very much like Timm’s art style so the whole book comes off as derivativeFor a first volume the book does a lousy job of world building The Jokerz just show up without establishing who they are and what they stand for while Inue appears without any introduction as if we’re just meant to know who they are instantly Also Terry fits into the Batman role far too easily without any real problems like he’s been a superhero for years rather than a kid who’s just been given this remarkable new life Besides crummy villains the stories are completely unmemorable Etrigan’s in one Blight’s in another Inue’s doing something and there’s a super corny mummy story Just terrible dreary nothing one after the other Awful across the board Batman of the Future is unfortunately the usual Batman Beyond bog standard

SUMMARY Batman of the Future

Batman of the FutureD separately from March to August of the same year and now collected in this trade paperback Beginning as a nearly verbatim rehash of the TV pilot the series never seems to find its footing something writer Hilary J Bader remedies in the real series later. Batman Beyond comic book was an acceptable entry the first 2 issues rehashed the first two episodes of the series the rest of the stories were not so good