Batman: Detective Comics, Vol. 1: Rise of the Batmen

James Tynion IV Eddy Barrows Alvaro Martinez Raúl Fernandez Brad Anderson Marilyn Patrizio

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Batman: Detective Comics, Vol. 1: Rise of the Batmen

Batman Detective Comics Vol Rise of the Batmen A part of DC Universe Rebirth Detective Comics is back Follow the adventures of Batman the world s greatestteacher The Dark Knight and series co star Batwoman team up to take new prot g s Red Robin

  • Title: Batman: Detective Comics, Vol. 1: Rise of the Batmen
  • Author: James Tynion IV Eddy Barrows Alvaro Martinez Raúl Fernandez Brad Anderson Marilyn Patrizio
  • ISBN: 9781401267995
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • A part of DC Universe Rebirth Detective Comics is back Follow the adventures of Batman, the world s greatestteacher The Dark Knight and series co star Batwoman team up to take new prot g s Red Robin, Spoiler and the villainous Clayface under their leathery wings The only problem is, neither new super instructor knows exactly what they re in for as the attempt to tA part of DC Universe Rebirth Detective Comics is back Follow the adventures of Batman, the world s greatestteacher The Dark Knight and series co star Batwoman team up to take new prot g s Red Robin, Spoiler and the villainous Clayface under their leathery wings The only problem is, neither new super instructor knows exactly what they re in for as the attempt to train these wiould be heroes before a mysterious army takes Gotham for themselves From the new creative team of writer James Tynion Batman TMNT and artist Eddy Barrows Martian Manhunter , Detective Comics brings back the characters you know and love and thrusts them into dangerous, new adventures Collecting Detective Comics 934 940

    Detective Comics Detective Comics is an American comic book series published by DC Comics.The first volume, published from to and later continued in , is best known for introducing the superhero Batman in Detective Comics cover dated May A second series of the same title was launched in the fall of but in reverted to the original volume numbering. Batman comic book Batman is an ongoing American comic book series featuring the DC Comics superhero Batman as its main protagonist The character first appeared in Detective Comics cover dated May Batman proved to be so popular that a self titled ongoing comic book series began publication with a cover date of Spring It was first advertised in early April , one month after the first Batman Detective Comics Vol Faces of Death The New A New York Times Bestseller As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics The New event of September , Detective Comics is relaunched for the first time ever with an all new number Bruce Wayne returns as Batman, and sets his sights on new villain the Gotham Ripper, who in turn has his sights on Batman. Batman Detective Comics Vol Rise of the Batman puts together his own team of Gotham City vigilantes in this great new starting point graphic novel, BATMAN DETECTIVE COMICS VOL RISE OF THE BATMEN, from DC Rebirth Batman Meets Black Lightning as New Detective Comics Bryan Hill is taking over Detective Comics, and his first order of business is pairing Batman and Black Lightning. Batman Bruce Wayne DC Database FANDOM powered by Wikia Batman s presence in Gotham City generated a new breed of criminals, no longer the simple thugs and gangsters involved in Gotham Organized Crime, but dynamic personalities.The first person inspired by him was Catwoman, a dangerous seductress using his style and methods towards her own ends His next challenge was Dr Hugo Strange, a mad scientist who had created Monster Men to do his bidding. Comics DC DCComics Welcome to the Official Site for DC DC is home to the World s Greatest Super Heroes, including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN, GREEN LANTERN, THE FLASH, AQUAMAN and . Detective Comics Vol FANDOM powered by Wikia Batman If I Were Batman Three men take the place of Batman while the real Caped Crusader is away, as part of an If I Were Batman contest run by the Gotham Gazette, and gangsters attempting to break John Larrow out of jail intend to capitalize on the occasi Three men take the place of DC Comics The Legend of Batman Comic heroes Eaglemoss DC Comics The Legend of Batman This new series of hardback graphic novels builds into an epic collection that tells Batman s life story from beginning to end.

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    1. Donovan on said:

      Mixed feelings, but better than Batman. What I like about James Tynion IV's Detective Comics is that it's layered. King's Batman is one dimensional, whereas here there's nuance, mystery, and fun. That said, it's not as good as it should be. I'm not a big "team up" fan. Doesn't do much for me. And this team isn't my favorite. I appreciate Batwoman and the depth and sentimentality Tynion brings to her character. But she's sort of clichéd. And the others? Meh. Even Red Robin, whom I usually like, [...]

    2. Sam Quixote on said:

      Oh Rebirth, Rebirth, Rebirth, why art thou so pants? Fie my disappointment, Detective Comics dost verily sucketh! I don’t know why I’m talking this way. Maybe Rebirth’s broken me brain? I’ll stop now. Verily.Detective Comics Rebirth takes the title back to its original issue numbering, which is pure fan service to the NEEEEERRRRRRDDDSSSS!!!! who care about that sort of thing, as well as further underlining the New 52’s death. The relaunched title does veer away from tradition though in [...]

    3. Chris on said:

      Is Rise of the Batmen somewhat flawed?Yes.Did I have such a good time reading it that I couldn't care less?Hell yes!I enjoyed so much about the first Rebirth volume of Detective Comics that i've found myself perusing it again and again. I loved James Tynion IV's work on Talon and thought he wrote the best issues of Batman Eternal, so I had high hopes for this one and he exceeded my expectations.By far my favourite thing about the book is that, for the first time since Williams and Blackman left [...]

    4. Chelsea on said:

      My one and only complaint about this beautiful, fantastic, kick ass trade is that they didn't give us the fight scene where Cass takes down a room of Batmen. That kinda bummed me out but the rest of this was so well done that I give it a pass. The premise of this book is so freaking awesome! Batman notices drones around Gotham and decides to put a team together. He gathers Batwoman to help him lead (and for other reasons) and recruits the people he knows are good but need more training to work o [...]

    5. Roxanne on said:

      Another double crossing plot device, ya don't say? I'm done with the double crossing, enough! Seriously if you're reading any of these rebirth volumes and you see a family member or close friend show up, it's them, they did it! There's no mystery and it's now in every rebirth volume, what is going on? Overall i didn't like this one at all, thought the story was boring, the artwork is pretty good and it carries the story it's about the only decent thing about this volume. It ends on a cliffhanger [...]

    6. Rory Wilding on said:

      The last time I got hooked into Detective Comics was from reading The Black Mirror written by Scott Snyder, who would go on to work on the main Batman title with artist Greg Capullo and currently on All-Star Batman. Having ignored the entirety of the title throughout The New 52, I took an interest with the biweekly Detective Comics for DC's Rebirth initiative, which not only restores the classic numbering with issue #934, it is being written by James Tynion IV known for his work on the Batman fr [...]

    7. James DeSantis on said:

      This is the best Batman family title right now. So Detective comics focuses on the Bat family. The highlights probably being Bat-women and Red Robin. Someone is hunting them, Batman included, and Bruce thinks it's time to create a team. A badass fighting team that includes himself, Red Robin, Batwomen, two old Batgirls (Spoiler/Orphan) and also our fave muddy face pal, clay face! It's a odd team of sorts but gives us some really entertaining dialog and fight scenes. I also love the ending (Issue [...]

    8. Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote) on said:

      You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.James Tynion IV did a great job in making this first volume in his Rebirth series worthwhile. While Rise of the Batmen wasn’t the most brilliant and never-before-seen story, it still managed to deliver something that made some sense and shows a creative team that wisely utilizes the quicker release of these shorter Rebirth comic issues. Containing issues #934 to #940, this volume sets things clear regarding its direction. It is far from being [...]

    9. Artemy on said:

      Detective Comics is, so far, the only DC Rebirth title that I have more or less enjoyed. Which is pretty sad — all the other Rebirth stuff I tried (and I tried at least an issue of most major titles) was garbage. Way to go, DC! That is not to say that Detective is without its faults — there are plenty.First and foremost, the plot is kinda ridiculous. Without spoiling anything, I will say that the motivation and the actions of the bad guys in this book are unbelievably stupid. I can't even un [...]

    10. Chris Lemmerman on said:

      [Read as single issues]Oh man, this one's great. James Tynion IV has danced around the Batman corner of the DC Universe for a while now, co-writing some stuff with Scott Snyder like the excellent Batman/Batman & Robin Eternal maxiseries, as well as his own Talon series (not to mention all of the indie stuff he does), and now, thanks to Rebirth, he gets to step into the limelight properly and head up Detective Comics.Whereas Batman is directly focused on Bruce himself, Tec is instead an ensem [...]

    11. Ryan Stewart on said:

      I'm very surprised by this. A lot of people have been raving about how strong the start to Rebirth has been across DC and, I have to say, this was a really good example of it. Does it use a ton of plot devices we've seen over and over again? Yes. Does it always make sense? No. Is it a little ridiculous and sometimes obvious? Definitely. But this is FUN and that matters a lot when enjoying a book. This really does a quality job of focusing in on the Bat Family even more than the Dark Knight himse [...]

    12. Jedi JC Daquis on said:

      Rise of the Batman is definitely better than the first arc of DC Rebirth Batman (I Am Gotham). It is a fresh take on the series that seamlessly puts together a band of characters from the Batman mythos against a more technologically advanced army of "Batmen". It is part sleuthing, part drama and all action.Yes it is good. But is it also groundbreaking? No. Will it be remembered? Hmmm for some elements of it, yeah for a while.This first arc of Detective Comics (DetCom) kicks of the DC Rebirth era [...]

    13. Sesana on said:

      Another Rebirth title that I think has promise, but which didn't quite deliver. I kind of like the idea of a Bat-family team book, and almost everybody is represented here. And I really like most of these characters. Seeing Stephanie back in regular circulation makes me very happy, and Tim is my favorite Robin. Clayface is kind of an odd choice for rehabilitated villain, but on the other hand, I suppose he is the victim of a freak accident. At any rate, the group interacts nicely, and I especial [...]

    14. Scott on said:

      After four months my library finally stocked a copy of Vol. 1: Rise of the Batmen . . . after I had already read - and was occasionally confused by - volumes 2 through 4.I would've previously said 4 was the best of the bunch (hey, it features Zatanna!) but now I'd say Vol. 1 probably clinches the top spot. Batman assembles an eclectic vigilante team and they go forth to train and then do battle with an invading Dark Knight-like army of super-troops. Lots of action, some necessary familial flashb [...]

    15. Jesse Nicholas on said:

      I cannot believe how amazing this one was! I was blown away with the writing/story + the characters they chose to make up this team. Spoiler and Orphan were two of my favorite Batgirls of all time and I'm glad to see them back in action as their own vigilantes. Red Robin of course is one of my favorites too. My heart broke at the end of this one. But there seemed to be a ray of light to cling on too. Can't wait to read the next installment!

    16. Arturo on said:

      While the plot and the payoff of our mystery villain wasn't 'great', getting there the delivery of it, the storytelling, the dialogue made for a great read. I'm looking forward to more of this.

    17. Diz on said:

      DC's Rebirth series is really focusing on relationships, and Detective Comics is no different. In this volume, Batman is assembling a team consisting of Batwoman, Red Robin, Spoiler, Orphan, and Clayface. I was really surprised about the inclusion of Clayface, but I'm really enjoying his turn as a hero. It seems that Batman has developed some tech that allows Clayface to hold his human form. Of course the first thing he does with that tech is to go to an audition, and of course he is called to b [...]

    18. Logan on said:

      I'm not going to say much about this one it had a few good moments but other than it sucked! Its bascially just Batman & Robin Eternal meets Arkham Knight, how original! I'm not joking, the 'Batmen', are literally just clones of The Arkham Knight from a looks perspective!

    19. Kyle on said:

      There is a pretty big 180 degree shift for one character which I had difficulty believing at first, but it gets fairly well explained through a couple flashbacks.Other than that, I thought this was a pretty solid Bat-family storyline, especially considering it is a lot of new members to the family. Orphan is growing on me, and I just can’t get enough Batwoman. She is still one of my favourite characters in the DCU. I am most intrigued by where they are taking Tim Drake, though.3.5/5

    20. Robert on said:

      Once again, I'm torn on this.It'll be tougher to review this one because my 8 year old daughter insisted I read it aloud with her, which is certainly not how I usually read graphic novels.Having said that, there are a few things that didn't work for me, so I'll start with those gripes.First, why Clayface? The New 52 version of him wasn't a morally ambiguous character, as far as I know. (He certainly didn't seem like one in Batman, Volume 10: Epilogue when he was trying to kill Batman with Riddle [...]

    21. Chris (The Genre Fiend) on said:

      Possibly the most solid offering from Rebirth thus far. A cracking team book with a strong emotional core (one page in particular will break your heart).Full review to come.

    22. Saif Saeed on said:

      I'm honestly blown away.The writing is superb. A fresh take on the classic team up story. Fleshing out existing characters and introducing new ones with potential. Not a super huge fan of the "hacking" but its the 21st Century, not every villain is a hacker but some of them have to be.The art is the real deal here. I didn't think I would ever see something this beautiful after Sandman Overture. It's not Overture but it's as close as you're going to ever get. Vibrant colors, beautiful backdrops, [...]

    23. Wing Kee on said:

      The cast is good. The story not so much. World: The art is fine, I just don't like Cassandra's costume it's just ugly for me. Why can't they just give her the Black Bat suit she had in Batman Inc? The world building here is okay, putting the team together and the Belfry is fine but the Colony stuff I feel is a bit rushed and half baked, even the play on the League of Shadows I feel was not fully formed abd fleshed out. Story: The concept of the story is fine, I love this team coming together and [...]

    24. Nicola Mansfield on said:

      Not terribly impressed. I got more into it as I went along and really like the ending which does make me want to see what happens next. However, the whole premise was not what I want from Batman.Batman heading up a new group? No.The members of this group are mostly either boring or ridiculous.Clayface as a good guy? No. And I do not like Batman's new costume, but I can get over that.Red Robin's new costume is good. Somewhat of a let down for me but I'm big on Batman, so I'll tune in next time.

    25. Emmett Spain on said:

      An ensemble piece with meaningful arcs for Tim Drake & Kate Kane in particular, this bat-comic was filled with action, twists, and some great character moments. Great art, too. I loved it.

    26. Danielle on said:

      Read this review and more on my blog.I received a free copy of Batman: Detective Comics Volume 1: Rise Of The Batmen in exchange for my honest opinion.If you were only to read one of the storyline in DC’s Rebirth, this is the one.Batman: Detective Comics made complete sense from the very first page. I never got confused as to what was going on, or the motivations of the characters within it. In Volume 1, we follow Batman, Batwoman, Spoiler, Red Robin, Clayface and Orphan.The storyline was stra [...]

    27. Liz Janet on said:

      I’ve never been interested in this title, it never really appealed to me as something I needed to read, but as it was a highly anticipated “rebirth” issue, I had to check it out. I am glad to the extreme, as not only does the story have great writing and the art is perfect for the stories it tells, but it gives us the best Tim Drake has been in a long time. Batman and Batwoman train Spoiler, Red Robin and Cassandra Cain, in order to have them be ready to fight against Gotham’s villains ( [...]

    28. Kurt Lorenz on said:

      I didn't have many expectations for this book; I really enjoyed some of James Tynion IV's previous Batman work, but others I found to be bland or disinteresting. This was a pleasant surprise that has definitely come out as my top DC Rebirth book.**Read monthly as single issues**

    29. Steve on said:

      I received this from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This one was all over the place. The "bad guy" add no surprise, and I have to say that I really dislike how a lot of Batman's enemies are somehow tied to his past and his family. Come up with an original enemy, DC!

    30. Zohar - ManOfLaBook.com on said:

      Batman: Detective Comics Volume 1: Rise of the Batmen by James Tynion, IV, illustrated by Eddy Barrows is a graphic novel, part of DCs new Rebirth universe. This graphic novel collects the Detective Comics issues 934-940.A fighting force which has modeled themselves after The Dark Knight has invaded Gotham City, going after Gotham’s vigilantes. The group’s weapons, equipment, and tactics seem to be based on Batman’s own equipment, but no one knows who they are.Batman knows he cannot go aft [...]

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