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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Batman by Chuck Dixon. Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. Janet Harvey Goodreads Author. Dennis O'Neil. Bronwyn Carlton. Steven Barnes Goodreads Author. Devin Grayson. Alisa Kwitney Goodreads Author. Ian Edginton. After suffering a cataclysmic earthquake, the U. It is now months later and those that have refused to vacate "No Man's Land" live amidst a citywide turf war in which the strongest prey on the weak.
Batman and his allies continue their fight to save Gotham during its darkest hour. Taking on After suffering a cataclysmic earthquake, the U.
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Taking on a new costume and persona as Batgirl, the Huntress joins forces with Barbara Gordon, the former Batgirl, while Nightwing, the former Robin, tries to help the city's remaining citizens in any way he can. But as Batman begins to realize that he is fighting a fight he can't win, he collapses into a state of despair from which he may never recover. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Batman , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews.
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More filters. Sort order. Nov 29, Wing Kee rated it liked it. The simple fact that Harley is in this book is enough to read it. World: The art is good for the era, as I said before it's consistent. The colors are so s. The world building is good, it's a bit looser than the previous arcs as status quo is the order of the day with everyone dug in. This book focuses more on the small human stories and so the world is a backdrop. Story: Solid and further builds the world through small intimate stories. I like the smaller stories as they give more context.
I also loved Harley in here so yeah it's awesome. It's about the people of Gotham. Characters: Small intimate stories from Leslie to all the inhabitants of Gotham. Harley is the highlight. Just read this for the characters. The pieces are in place for the finale. Onward to the next book! May 08, Matt Smith rated it it was ok Shelves: comics , read-in I'll keep this short because it's late, I'm tired, and this book isn't worth a long review.
There's good, pure Batman comics in here, and when it's dealing with the admittedly completely insane premise of No Man's Land it was solid Batman comics.
Things I did not Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooookay. Things I did not like: The lack of Greg Rucka. There are times when the writing fall victim to the pre's revolution in comics writing that can make this feel really dated and out of touch with the still-super-modern-feel of the previous volumes. Having writers like Larry Hama really hurt this for me, and the art is, quite frankly, really bad in places.
This made me question the veracity of this Batman crossover over other crossovers. This had very little of the joy of No Man's Land premise, and the distinct lack of forward momentum or progress means that this continues the eternal comics toil of perpetually spinning its wheels with nothing accomplished, nothing ventured, and nothing gained. Basically I'm just really pushing for Vol 4 to be good at this point, because all the stuff that I remember from my previous No Man's Land experiences are all covered in volumes that aren't this one. And sure, I guess you need to place the saggy issues in the collection for completion purposes, but that still made this a total chore.
This should have taken me two days.
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It ended up taking me a week. Comics should be fun, not a thing I have to drag myself through. Feb 12, Boots rated it it was ok Shelves: batman , graphic-novels. The ability to sustain such an unwieldy storyline over the distance is straining here in the third volume. The whole thing feels like it's coming apart. The stories are more fragmented, the characters are doing sillier and sillier things really, Gordon?
I mean: really??? A somewhat lengthy digression with Poison Ivy Fruit of the Earth was just blah, and another one-shot with Mr. Freeze was painfully nonsensical.
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On the more positive side, Batman has finally gotten over his do-it-alone thing The ability to sustain such an unwieldy storyline over the distance is straining here in the third volume. Hopefully the concluding volume will help bring this whole arc back to the strength and power from which it began. Aug 12, Chaitra rated it it was ok Shelves: batman , superheroes , supervillains , dc-universe , disaster.
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But it did drag a whole lot more than it should have. Five days after I've finished this book when I'm writing the review , it's running together in my mind. I can't remember which individual comics make appearances in this book - Is Harley Quinn's dating stuff in this book? But what I do remember about volume 3 is no Greg Rucka. And boy that actually makes a difference.
I also remember Azrael. Now I hate Azrael from the Knightfall arc. He doesn't particularly redeem himself in the Road to No Man's Land, when he messes up a simple assignment rather drastically. But everything about Azrael in this volume, I like. He teams up with the new Batgirl, and provides the chatter to her silence. His work with Leslie Thompkins is meaningful too or so I thought, anyway. Azrael was my favorite. I've always liked Nightwing, so it's nice to see some of his stuff.
Commissioner Gordon has the worst arc in these stories, and I think Volume 3 is the silliest he's been.