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[Scott Snyder] Ì Batman, Volume 2: The City of Owls [tasmania PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ì Mixed feelings about this TPB and conclussion This is the second volume of New52 s Batman, but it s suggested to read in between the TPB titled Night of the Owls Writers Scott Snyder James Tynion IV Illustrators Greg Capullo Rafael Albuquerque HOO HOO It was an odd way as DC collected this storyarc, since between the Volume 1 Court of Owls and this second volume The City of Owls, is suggested to read the collected TPB Night of the Owls and I agree in the sense that without reading all the tie ins , you wouldn t gonna feel the real scope of the massive attack of the Talons on Gotham during a single night However, in that in between TPB are included the issues of Batman 8, 9 and even the Annual 1, but doing that, it s really few what s left to read on this second volume, since you will get the final fight against the character who was behind of the scheme, and later you will be reading other stuff not really linked to the main story of The Court of Owls.
So, I wanted to be fair to this TPB pretending that I didn t know that I already read 3 issues on the in between TPB, to the process of rating the TPB, since without the duplication factor of issues on both TPBs, I have to admit that those issues are really good.
However, I have to admit that the storyarc barely had a real conclussion since there were a lot of stuff hanging in the air, that I am not that surprised since I have no doubt that they will bring The Court of Owls and related characters again into the comic book title since they proved to be popular new villains.
I have really enjoyed this story arc about the court of the Owls It has been fantastic and some of the best story I have read in the new 52 so far I would love to see this made into a movie I think it is some great stuff.
Batman is back and unstoppable as ever The owls are still around, but many of them have been gone, but the twist shows up as an Owl I think it s a well done twist I hope the owls come back later in the series This has been a great addition to the Gotham universe The art and action is well done and there is a real story here Batman is so isolated He has a lot of issues Poor Alfred He keeps his friend going I hope the rest of the series is as good.
How did I miss this one I could have sworn I read the conclusion to the Court of Owls thing And I did.
Sort of What I actually read was Batman The Night of the Owls, which is a crossover collection book.
No biggie, right Wrong The crossover book doesn t have the actual ending of the story in it Oh My God Ok, I get what you were telling me about Thomas Wayne now, Sesana.
That whole chunk is left out of the crossover, but it still ends withwell, the feeling of an ending, so I thought I d read the whole thing.
So Yeah, it s pretty important to read this, and not just skip over to Night of the Owls in the hopes that you ll catch all the relevant stuff in this story arc.
As far as the whole Court of Owls stuff, I m still far impressed with Batman, Vol 3 Death of the Family This wasn t bad, but I still say it was fishy that Batman had no idea all of this Secret Society stuff was going on right under his nose.
When someone starts to say, It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one s mouth and , I like to jump in an interrupt them, because even when I have nothing intelligent to say, I like to say it I have nothing particularly intelligent to say here this is a fine yarn involving Batman, some owls, some backstory on Alfred s father, solid art, and some good appearances from the extended bat family, but given my intermittent and sporadic reading of Batman over the years, I can t properly contextualize this in the pantheon of great Batman tales My Batman reading is like most men s approach to conversations pay attention to what sounds interesting, ignore everything else, and share uninformed opinions wherever possible We ll call it 3.
5 stars and save my lengthier comic diatribes for worlds that I know better looking at you, Marvel you know there s an epic length Secret Wars screed coming after my recent dissatisfaction with original Sin and The Black Vortex, so get ready.
Mixed feelings about this TPB and conclussion This is the second volume of New52 s Batman, but it s suggested to read in between the TPB titled Night of the Owls Writers Scott Snyder James Tynion IV Illustrators Greg Capullo Rafael Albuquerque HOO HOO It was an odd way as DC collected this storyarc, since between the Volume 1 Court of Owls and this second volume The City of Owls, is suggested to read the collected TPB Night of the Owls and I agree in the sense that without reading all the tie ins , you wouldn t gonna feel the real scope of the massive attack of the Talons on Gotham during a single night However, in that in between TPB are included the issues of Batman 8, 9 and even the Annual 1, but doing that, it s really few what s left to read on this second volume, since you will get the final fight against the character who was behind of the scheme, and later you will be reading other stuff not really linked to the main story of The Court of Owls.
So, I wanted to be fair to this TPB pretending that I didn t know that I already read 3 issues on the in between TPB, to the process of rating the TPB, since without the duplication factor of issues on both TPBs, I have to admit that those issues are really good.
However, I have to admit that the storyarc barely had a real conclussion since there were a lot of stuff hanging in the air, that I am not that surprised since I have no doubt that they will bring The Court of Owls and related characters again into the comic book title since they proved to be popular new villains.
I have really enjoyed this story arc about the court of the Owls It has been fantastic and some of the best story I have read in the new 52 so far I would love to see this made into a movie I think it is some great stuff.
Batman is back and unstoppable as ever The owls are still around, but many of them have been gone, but the twist shows up as an Owl I think it s a well done twist I hope the owls come back later in the series This has been a great addition to the Gotham universe The art and action is well done and there is a real story here Batman is so isolated He has a lot of issues Poor Alfred He keeps his friend going I hope the rest of the series is as good.
How did I miss this one I could have sworn I read the conclusion to the Court of Owls thing And I did.
Sort of What I actually read was Batman The Night of the Owls, which is a crossover collection book.
No biggie, right Wrong The crossover book doesn t have the actual ending of the story in it Oh My God Ok, I get what you were telling me about Thomas Wayne now, Sesana.
That whole chunk is left out of the crossover, but it still ends withwell, the feeling of an ending, so I thought I d read the whole thing.
So Yeah, it s pretty important to read this, and not just skip over to Night of the Owls in the hopes that you ll catch all the relevant stuff in this story arc.
As far as the whole Court of Owls stuff, I m still far impressed with Batman, Vol 3 Death of the Family This wasn t bad, but I still say it was fishy that Batman had no idea all of this Secret Society stuff was going on right under his nose.
When someone starts to say, It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one s mouth and , I like to jump in an interrupt them, because even when I have nothing intelligent to say, I like to say it I have nothing particularly intelligent to say here this is a fine yarn involving Batman, some owls, some backstory on Alfred s father, solid art, and some good appearances from the extended bat family, but given my intermittent and sporadic reading of Batman over the years, I can t properly contextualize this in the pantheon of great Batman tales My Batman reading is like most men s approach to conversations pay attention to what sounds interesting, ignore everything else, and share uninformed opinions wherever possible We ll call it 3.
5 stars and save my lengthier comic diatribes for worlds that I know better looking at you, Marvel you know there s an epic length Secret Wars screed coming after my recent dissatisfaction with original Sin and The Black Vortex, so get ready.
This made me feel extremely schizophrenic because I m a big fan of Scott Snyder, and I really like the way that he writes Batman However, the story engages in something that I despise in comics in that it tries to overlay some kind of secret history onto a well known character The set up here is that an ancient secret society known as the Court of Owls has been lurking in shadows of Gotham City for centuries and that they ve gone public with a series of attacks against influential citizens like Bruce Wayne by their army of henchmen called the Talons As Batman and his allies fight to stop the Talons murder campaign, Bruce learns some potentially disturbing news about his parents.
There s a lot to like in this collection When the Talons attack Wayne Manor, Bruce has to fight them off with a combination of bat weapons and artifacts from the cave along with a little help from Alfred It was a great combination of the newly 52 revamped Batman with the established character bits to make a fun and exciting sequence Another non Owl related story shows how Batman has secretly wired Gotham so that he can control the security cameras on the streets and keep himself from being recorded That was a very slick idea that shows just how well Snyder understands what makes Batman work.
However, the whole notion that there has been a powerful secret group manipulating Gotham makes Bruce look kinda stupid since he never discovered it in all his years of batmanning Plus, trying to manufacture some drama out of hinting at conspiracies involving Bruce s parents and Alfred s father is the kind of stunt crap that nearly killed comics in the 90s Frankly, I expect from Scott Snyder during a Batman reboot.
My favorite part in this was an interlude where Mr Freeze breaks out of Arkham, and we get a revamped origin story for him that feels very much like the Freeze that we know, but Snyder puts a wicked twist on this new version of the character that makes you look at him in a whole new light That s what a retcon like 52 should hopefully do, and I think Snyder is the perfect guy to be writing Batman during this phase I d just like to see him working on things like that and less trying to make it seem like Gotham City is just one vast conspiracy that has fooled Batman for years.
Batman isn t known for being chatty, so when he runs into a villain who talks and talks and talks, while smacking Bats around it makes for one long monologue We re talking pages and pages We get it, you re deluded view spoiler He s convinced he s Bruce Wayne s long lost nutty brother hide spoiler A New York Times Bestseller For Over A Century, The Court Of Owls Has Ruled Gotham City In Secret Their Reach Inescapable, Their Power UnstoppableUntil They Battled The BatmanGotham S Vigilante Protector Managed To Escape The Talons Of The Court With His Mind And Body Barely Intact The Dark Knight Managed To Win The Battle With His Deadly New Aggresors, But Certainly Not The War Batman Was Just The First Part Of Their Conquest Now They Have Their Sights Set On Something Much Bigger Gotham City A Critical And Commercial Smash, BATMAN THE CITY OF OWLS Collecting BATMAN And BATMAN ANNUAL Continues The Instant Classic Saga Of The Dark Knight S Battle With Gotham City S Oldest And Darkest Forces From The New York Times Best Selling Creative Team Of Writer Scott Snyder AMERICAN VAMPIRE And Artist Greg Capullo Spawn , Plus An Array Of Talented Guest Contributors The Court of Owls is striking all over Gotham and their first target is Wayne Manor Can an injured Bruce Wayne and Alfred fight them off and mobilize the rest of the Bat Family And what is Bruce Wayne s connection to the Court The Court of Owls storyline comes to a conclusion in this volume Batman dons a suit of armor and kicks some undead ass as he figures out who is leading the Court of Owls in it s assault on Gotham view spoiler I liked that Lincoln Marsh was revealed as the head of the Court and he may or may not be Batman s long lost brother, Thomas Wayne Jr, who appeared in one tale pre Crisis, only he was an older bad seed brother in that depiction Owlman s ambiguous end leaves the door open for Court of Owls intrigue down the line hide spoiler The latter half of the Court of Owls story This collection is a bit scattered with a Mr Freeze origin story right in the middle of the Court of Owls story Snyder manages to insert a cool twist in the latter half of the story that references some very old Batman comics In the end, Snyder and Capullo deliver some great new characters to Batman s mythos and rogues gallery If I were to read this now, I d get the whole collection in Batman The Court of Owls Saga.
Scott Snyder ends the Court of Owls story arc with precision and excitement The fight between Batman and the Owls is absolutely epic And the mystery and conspiracy surrounding them and their link to the Wayne family is so incredibly written The backup stories are just okay Capullo and FCO s artwork is legendary.


Batman isn t known for being chatty, so when he runs into a villain who talks and talks and talks, while smacking Bats around it makes for one long monologue We re talking pages and pages We get it, you re deluded view spoiler He s convinced he s Bruce Wayne s long lost nutty brother hide spoiler This made me feel extremely schizophrenic because I m a big fan of Scott Snyder, and I really like the way that he writes Batman However, the story engages in something that I despise in comics in that it tries to overlay some kind of secret history onto a well known character The set up here is that an ancient secret society known as the Court of Owls has been lurking in shadows of Gotham City for centuries and that they ve gone public with a series of attacks against influential citizens like Bruce Wayne by their army of henchmen called the Talons As Batman and his allies fight to stop the Talons murder campaign, Bruce learns some potentially disturbing news about his parents.
There s a lot to like in this collection When the Talons attack Wayne Manor, Bruce has to fight them off with a combination of bat weapons and artifacts from the cave along with a little help from Alfred It was a great combination of the newly 52 revamped Batman with the established character bits to make a fun and exciting sequence Another non Owl related story shows how Batman has secretly wired Gotham so that he can control the security cameras on the streets and keep himself from being recorded That was a very slick idea that shows just how well Snyder understands what makes Batman work.
However, the whole notion that there has been a powerful secret group manipulating Gotham makes Bruce look kinda stupid since he never discovered it in all his years of batmanning Plus, trying to manufacture some drama out of hinting at conspiracies involving Bruce s parents and Alfred s father is the kind of stunt crap that nearly killed comics in the 90s Frankly, I expect from Scott Snyder during a Batman reboot.
My favorite part in this was an interlude where Mr Freeze breaks out of Arkham, and we get a revamped origin story for him that feels very much like the Freeze that we know, but Snyder puts a wicked twist on this new version of the character that makes you look at him in a whole new light That s what a retcon like 52 should hopefully do, and I think Snyder is the perfect guy to be writing Batman during this phase I d just like to see him working on things like that and less trying to make it seem like Gotham City is just one vast conspiracy that has fooled Batman for years.
The Court of Owls is striking all over Gotham and their first target is Wayne Manor Can an injured Bruce Wayne and Alfred fight them off and mobilize the rest of the Bat Family And what is Bruce Wayne s connection to the Court The Court of Owls storyline comes to a conclusion in this volume Batman dons a suit of armor and kicks some undead ass as he figures out who is leading the Court of Owls in it s assault on Gotham view spoiler I liked that Lincoln Marsh was revealed as the head of the Court and he may or may not be Batman s long lost brother, Thomas Wayne Jr, who appeared in one tale pre Crisis, only he was an older bad seed brother in that depiction Owlman s ambiguous end leaves the door open for Court of Owls intrigue down the line hide spoiler The latter half of the Court of Owls story This collection is a bit scattered with a Mr Freeze origin story right in the middle of the Court of Owls story Snyder manages to insert a cool twist in the latter half of the story that references some very old Batman comics In the end, Snyder and Capullo deliver some great new characters to Batman s mythos and rogues gallery If I were to read this now, I d get the whole collection in Batman The Court of Owls Saga.
Scott Snyder ends the Court of Owls story arc with precision and excitement The fight between Batman and the Owls is absolutely epic And the mystery and conspiracy surrounding them and their link to the Wayne family is so incredibly written The backup stories are just okay Capullo and FCO s artwork is legendary.