In the final chapter of this series, Bruce Wayne completes his improbable recovery from his broken back and is ready to resume his role as Gotham’s protector. : Batman: Knightsend (): Chuck Dixon: Books. Knightsend [BATMAN KNIGHTSEND] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After rehabilitation from a severe back injury Bruce Wayne returns.
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May 18, Shawn Zegular rated it it was amazing. But perhaps that was nostalgia talking. DC Comics October 2, Language: See and discover other items: Last Laugh ” ” Bruce Wayne: May 01, Trekscribbler rated it it was amazing.
This challenge is a very interesting one; we get a glimpse into how knightsebd a Batman that kills would be. As for complaints, the first one is this: It’s just not good writing.
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In the missing conversation, we are to assume Dick is mollified by Bruce considering him a son enough to resume his role as Nightwing and truly be content being knighteend own man with his own superhero identity. It’s an epic, explosive half. March Learn how and when to remove this template message. Decent enough, for the time, but a little overblown today.
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Bruce eventually leaves England to return home to a civilian life in Gotham, but Alfred remains in England, not wanting to see Bruce Wayne damage his body further.
Books by Chuck Dixon. When Bruce finally returns for good, he wears a sturdier, all-black Batsuit made of Kevlar inspired by the costume of the Tim Burton Batman filmsand drives a new, state-of-the-art Batmobile. Shadow of the Bat 25 Batman Batman: Batman arrives at the navy yard.
Seeing Bruce retrain himself and to the point of perfection again, as well as it clashing with his ideology of not killing is fascinating. Showing of reviews. Legends of the Dark Bat,an [note 5] Robin 7.
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This crossover event involves a rematch between Knigtsend and Bane, who is now allied with Ra’s al Ghul. Moench has worked for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics and many other smaller companies; he has written hundreds of issues of many different comics, and created dozens of characters, such as Moon Knight.
Perhaps the saddest thing of the natman is just as Dick starts to get the hang of things, just as he starts to find his place, poetically having defeated Knigbtsend alone, Bruce returns yet again to resume the cowl. Read more Read less. A very long series, but pretty cool seeing the different variations of Batman.
Unfortunately, the second half is less stellar. Knightsenc wise it suffers from the same problems that plenty of comics before and after the 90’s suffer from Which is prolonging things.
I think it’s called KnightQuest. Kinsolver and Jack Drake. The first half of the series, involves an extensive physical conditioning plot line, where Bruce, attempting to train for his fight with Jean Paul Valley by fighting scores and scores of ninjas. Meanwhile, Robin finds it difficult to work with Jean-Paul, due to the man’s violent subconscious training and lack of social skills, and also finds himself being shut out from working alongside Batman.
Worth the read, not worth purchasing.
His defeat of Jean-Paul Valley is psychological and I liked that strategy. So he phones his adopted son, Dick Grayson, Robin numero uno, for the job. Dick Grayson’s return to Gotham was great I’ll leave it at that.
I found this “ending” to be somewhat inconclusive, as things seemed to happen simply because of convenience.