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  • Title: Batman : Arkham asylum
  • Author: Grant Morrison
  • ISBN: 9782365773386
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Hardcover
  • R cit d horreur psychologique mettant en sc ne Batman et les malades mentaux criminels de l asile de Gotham Emmen s par le Joker, les pensionnaires prennent le contr le de l tablissement.
    Batman Arkham asylum R cit d horreur psychologique mettant en sc ne Batman et les malades mentaux criminels de l asile de Gotham Emmen s par le Joker les pensionnaires prennent le contr le de l tablissement

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    1. The Caped Crusader with footnotes or Art for Art s Sake.or Holy Histrionics, Batman, I d rather have listened to an opera Grant Morrison gets serious it s even mentioned in the title twice in case you need a reminder and if Carrot Top wants to star in a remake of Death of a Salesman or Billy Joel wants to write a concerto for flugelhorn and triangle, I don t want to hear about it.Wait, Jeff, did you say footnotes Yes, Goodreader, this is why I love you, because nothing ever gets by you Nothing.T [...]

    2. What a fucking mess The painted artwork was appalling, the story line was incoherent, the dialogue was barely legible, and, most importantly, the portrayal of Batman was all wrong This felt like a second rate haunted house horror that Batman was wedged into, and poorly at that Batman s encounters with various villains felt thrown in, in a cheap name dropping way, his decision making was baffling to non existent, and the story s resolution hanging on a coin flip was absurd The back story to Gotha [...]

    3. Sorry, guys Didn t like it.I have a headache and my eyes hurt.Not joking here.One of my eyes is actually throbbing.Yes, only one.I m going to take some Tylenol

    4. This is not your traditional Batman tale Some people won t like it In fact, Batman seems like a normal man when confronted by the horrors within and acts in very non Batman ways There s a two part story here where we switch back and forth to the founder of Arkham and why he turned his mansion into a facility for the mad and Batman trying to navigate his way through the madness of Arkham Batman action is minimal This is much of an emotional journey There is distinctive lettering for different ch [...]

    5. I m not quite sure how I feel about Batman Arkham Asylum The story isn t to my liking although the Joker grabbing Batman s arse is something one doesn t see often.Also, I found the art style too weird.

    6. So after buying this book for the third time in my life today the first, a hardcover edition that all the pages eventually fell out of the second, the paperback edition sans script that now sits across the country with the rest of my books I decided it was worth going on to wax poetic about it Because goddamn I love this book I got it right after the 89 movie came out, of course, and was absolutely terrified of it it sat on my nightstand and gave me nightmares regularly, until I put it away for [...]

    7. I have read many a poor overrated Batman story in my ten odd years as a fan, but this much referred to epic may take the cake As a Batman story, this is a total failure Batman acts completely out of character almost from the beginning When walking into a hostage situation masterminded by the Joker, he strikes up a conversation with his archenemy rather than planning how to rescue the innocents involved When Joker shoots a hostage in the head across the room from Batman I think the bizarre art st [...]

    8. Based solely upon his 2006 2013 run, Grant Morrison might be the greatest Batman writer of all time But he wasn t always so brilliant as his first Batman book, the mega selling Arkham Asylum A Serious House on Serious Earth, shows The inmates have overrun the asylum and are holding civilians hostage With Joker running free with a knife, Batman goes into the asylum to stop him and enters a nightmarish netherworld Meanwhile, the troubled life of the asylum s founder, Amadeus Arkham, is explored Th [...]

    9. Arkham Asylum is the best graphic novel I ve ever read for two reasons writing, and art.This isn t your average WHACK POW comic book In fact, there is almost no violence or glammed out secret weapons Grant Morrision takes us through a masterful exploration into the psyche of Bruce Wayne, a man who suffered a tragic loss at an early age and formed a very clear alternate identity Is he a crime fighter, or does he suffer from MPD Multiple Personality Disorder , and does it even matter.Set in the ha [...]

    10. Absolutely not just a graphic novel.This is a dream like lynchian descent into madness.Best Dark Knight story ever with The Dark Knight returns and The Killing Joke.A masterwork.

    11. I love comic books, but this one didn t do it for me.I didn t like the art style, even if it was quite beautiful For me, this style of comic didn t do Batman justice It seemed very messy to me, and it didn t let me focus I think this art style could work well with other characters, but not one where I want to pay attention to detail It just felt to fuzzy.There s footnotes in this edition, which seems really weird to me Why does a comic book need footnotes Shouldn t you be able to get the point a [...]

    12. i think ADHD being a form of higher evolution is an interesting theory grant morrison thinking he is highly evolved because he has ADHD is a less interesting theoryrrison is no genius, in my opinion i would attribute most of the greatness of the book to mckean, especially after reading the original script in the back of this book morrison says, According to Len Wein s original WHO S WHO entry, Arkham died singing the Battle Hymn of the Republic, but for some reason I got confused and had him be [...]

    13. I did not like this mess of a book There isn t much of a plot The artwork and lettering is undecipherable I understand that Morrison is trying to do a dark ethereal fantasy symbolic of Batman s psychosis, while giving Arkham Asylum a creepy crawly history, but that s not really enough for an entire book.

    14. Ok I ve heard about this title and I know there is a videogame inspired by this comic, but I never seen nothing, before today While I was out of home, I stopped to comic book store, searching some good comics and I bought this.The story start with patients of Arkham Asylum, many of them caught by Batman, that have took possession the building The Dark Night is forced to enter, giving himself for the hostages, putting himself in the hands of his enemies I read many favorite comments about this st [...]

    15. Ima svega, i predivnog, nadrealnog Mekinovog crte a, i zanimljive pri e, i D okera u tiklama, i ezoterijskog simbolizma, i Alise u zemlji uda Volem 3

    16. A batman tale at its best, as it reaches unflinchingly deep into the recesses of the human psyche While the comic may be accused by some as symptomatic of an attempt at at best, pop psychology, I think the authors have done a marvellous job in portraying the differences by which Batman and The Joker are negotiating what are in essence, very similar psychological conflicts.This is done on a backdrop literally seething with a brooding, menacing perceived threat of total disintegration, which was i [...]

    17. I ve read this twice now and i still can t decide whether i like this or not, whether it just leaves me confused or making me feel like an old lady trying to fucking read what the fuck Joker is saying The art is mayhem it sets the story up perfectly and it is beautifully if not hauntingly done so I do think the artwork is better than the actual story though, and maybe the plot relies on the artwork too much as it s not the strongest plot and the ending is pretty weak too Saying that i did really [...]

    18. 3.5 stars Superb art by Dave McKean and a mostly good story by Grant Morrison with flashes of brilliance highlight this quality Batman graphic novel The reason it doesn t rate higher overall is because there were a few huh moments where the story was a bit hard to follow and I think the creators at times sacrificed story at the altar of atmosphere.

    19. Worst Batman comic by far.I didn t like it s highly praised painted art style and I hated how Batman is portrayed.Bruce Wayne, man who is mentally and physically trained to perfection, man who s contingency plans have contingency plans just walks in and surrenders to Joker and becomes poor victim in this wannabe horror.

    20. Batman is alerted that the inmates of Arkham Asylum have taken over the premises If this isn t dangerous enough, they re threatening to murder everyone in the facility unless Batman agrees to a face to face meeting.I understand that a lot of people can appreciate the style in which both Morrison and McKean approached Batman, however this just wasn t for me Maybe I like my stuff a little focused I have no idea if that s the right word I feel like I m almost speaking a form of blasphemy here by n [...]

    21. I know that a lot of the modern Batman mythos has a lot to do with the whole evil outside vs darkness within motif, but this is ridiculous What a pretentious bunch of nonsense And I ve never gotten the attraction to Dave McKean s art But then, I m not a goth nerd I can never tell what s going on, everything s too dark and splotchy and covered in symbols This is a Batman comic book Let s not overthink it When did we let the British take over our comic books anyway Neil Gaiman and co need to stop [...]

    22. I like dark, sinister and menacing stuff Arkham Asylum threw out the rule book and invented a new one A darker one A cruel one And it tests the boundaries of your comfort zone.I adore every twisted page They have a rich and dark quality My mind is full of dark thoughts I only think in black.

    23. Once again Grant Morrison proves my theory that he just shouldn t write batman comics Seriously, Batman just stands there and let s Joker and all them do stuff to him Yep that s totally the Batman I know, not Oh and Batman is crazy, thanks for telling me Mr Morrison I know how much you like to bring it up since every Batman comic you write about you have to mention it Talk about beating a horse to deathI did some what enjoy Dave McKean s artwork kind of reminds me of Kingdom Come, but the red wr [...]

    24. My dislike of this book borders on violent I realize what the author and artist were going for, and I appreciate the foreward and even the screenplay with commentary I admit I gave up on reading the whole screenplay because I was tired and wasn t feeling well, and felt my time was better spent moving on However, even gaining insight into their thought processes didn t make me like this book any .I am an artist, and I love art However, I am not a fan of art becoming so all consuming that it loses [...]

    25. I admit, I picked this up for a re read after playing Arkham Asylum Fantastic game, by the way, well written, with great action and incredible voice acting But this is not about that game, about which I could rave for hours.I remember loving this graphic novel when I first read it, but reading it again I can t exactly remember why It s still well written, and the Arkham backstory is interesting enough that it s apparently been kept But pretty much everybody that shows up feels out of character, [...]

    26. What a load of pretentious fooleywang A bunch of pseudo existential quotes and a jarring storyline do not make a great graphic novel I love the artwork of Dave McKean but this was just nasty and a sore to the eyes Batman is so out of character this should not even be in the canon.Just horrid.

    27. I never liked Grant Morrison Ever since he started to make a splash in the comic book scene, I couldn t figure out why he was such a big damn deal His work on Batman, especially the R.I.P arc, was awful His work on Uncanny X Men, from what I read, was okay, but nothing incredible Then I read Batman Arkham Asylum.I have to say this is really good stuff I read this in one sitting, it was so good Morrison weaves a haunting Batman tale, exploring the darker side of Batman s psyche the part of him th [...]

    28. I m trying to form words to describe how I felt about this because I really have no words On one hand, I liked it how different it was from the typical comic book outline, but on another hand, I found the difference unnecessary at times.I did get what the story was trying to accomplish I really do But the illustrations, the weird transition from past to present, took me out of the reading experience quite a lot of times I started this a few months ago, and I only finished it now While I apprecia [...]

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