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  • Author:
    Francesco Francavilla,Scott Snyder
  • ISBN:
    1401232078
  • ISBN13:
    978-1401232078
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  • Publisher:
    DC Comics; Reprint edition (March 5, 2013)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
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    Graphic Novels
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IGN Scott Snyder, with rotating artists Jock and Francesco Francavilla, has solidified the title as the place for serious crime fiction in the Bat-universe.

IGN Scott Snyder, with rotating artists Jock and Francesco Francavilla, has solidified the title as the place for serious crime fiction in the Bat-universe. Club One of the best new collaborations in comic. his is a worthy spiritual successor To Batman: Year One. -MTV Geek.

Scott Snyder is one of comics' best young writers. His current works include BATMAN, SUPERMAN UNCHAINED, AMERICAN VAMPIRE and SWAMP THING.

Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Only 12 left in stock (more on the way). Scott Snyder is one of comics' best young writers. He has also been published in Zoetrope, Tin House, One-Story, Epoch, Small Spiral Notebook and other journals, and has a short story collection, Voodoo Heart, which was published by Dial Press.

Scott Snyder is a New York Times best-selling writer and one of the most critically acclaimed scribes in all of comics. His works include All-Star Batman, Batman, Batman: Eternal, Superman Unchained, American Vampire and Swamp Thing

Scott Snyder is a New York Times best-selling writer and one of the most critically acclaimed scribes in all of comics. His works include All-Star Batman, Batman, Batman: Eternal, Superman Unchained, American Vampire and Swamp Thing. He has also been published in Zoetrope, Tin House, One-Story, Epoch, Small Spiral Notebook, and other journals, and has a short-story collection, Voodoo Heart, which was published by Dial Press.

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Batman: The Black Mirror Kindle & comiXology. by. Scott Snyder (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Detective Comics (1937-2011) (Collections) (25 Book Series) to Batman: The Black Mirror. Scott Snyder, with rotating artists Jock and Francisco Francavilla, has solidified the title as the place for serious crime fiction in the Bat-universe. Detective Comics follows the tried-and-true formula that has been working for decades, yet it also adds layers Batman with some much-needed character flaws.

Francesco Francavilla is an Italian comic book artist known for his creator-owned series The Black Beetle and pulp-inspired comic covers. Other notable works include The Black Coat (which he co-created), Dynamite's Zorro series, and his recent run on Detective Comics with Scott Snyder and Jock. Francesco Francavilla made his professional comics debut in the Italian comics anthology Amazing Comics.

The Black Mirror" is a Batman story arc written by Scott Snyder, and illustrated by Jock and Francesco Francavilla. The story was published in ten issues of Detective Comics in 2011 by DC Comics. It is known for being the final Batman storyline of the Post-Crisis DC Universe before the 2011 reboot initiative New 52. The plot tells the story of Dick Grayson continued adventures as Batman as Bruce Wayne continues his work for Batman Incorporated.

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The Black Mirror is a Batman storyline featuring Dick Grayson, written by Scott Snyder with illustrations by Jock and Francesco Francavilla. Following the Impostors storyline by David Hine, it's the final arc in the original run of Detective Comics before the series was rebooted into a second volume with Faces of Death during The New 52. It begins the Snyder's Batman run which is continued into Gates of Gotham and The Court of Owls. Dick Grayson wearing the cowl and looking extremely menacing. The second best Batman book after The Killing Joke

Batman: The Black Mirror. The second best Batman book after The Killing Joke. I read this book because I saw Scott Snyder and Francesco Francavilla at a panel at HeroesCon two weeks ago, and the friend who was with me said, You HA. Batman: The Black Mirror. Batman: The Black Mirror - Comics by comiXology. A NEW YORK TIMES Bestseller! In The Black Mirror, a series of brutal murders pushes Batman's detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City's oldest evils.

A NEW YORK TIMES #1 Bestseller For years, Batman and Commissioner Gordon have stared into the unyielding black abyss that is Gotham City. Time after time, they’ve saved their beloved city from itself, not allowing it to be swallowed by a pit of violence and corruption. But even after a crime-fighting lifetime of confronting what they thought was the worst humanity had to offer, an even darker and more dangerous evil pushes Batman and Gordon to their limits. As the conflict comes closer to its resolution, they find that the truth behind this murderous crime spree isn’t just careening toward their doorstep—it has in fact emerged from it. Can two of Gotham’s proudest protectors bring justice to this malevolent threat in Commissioner Gordon’s most personal battle to date?

Eisner Award-winning writer Scott Snyder launches into comics superstardom with his #1 New York Times best-selling debut work on the Dark Knight. This volume collects Detective Comics #871-881.


Akinozuru
The book is awesome, the mask is creepy as hell. My child will have nightmares for the rest of his life. It wasn't a present for my child, I just jumped out from under his bed with it on. Didn't know boys could scream that high pitched. Suffered a bit of tinnitus from it, but I guess it's deserved.
Gardagar
This is one of the best Batman stories, for sure a must-have on the shelf. I would recommend it for almost anyone, even people who haven't picked up many comics before. If you don't know ANYTHING Batman, you might need to go on wikipedia for a little crash course on Batman chronology as this story takes place far along in the batman career - It isn't even Bruce Wayne under the cowl, it's his ward Dick Grayson. If that's already too intimidating, maybe read a couple starter trades before this, but make sure to come back here and give this book a read! (I'd say you should know generally who Oracle, Jim Gordon, Dick, and Red Robin are before reading, but it's honestly not too important, because the plot is very good anyway.)

The story is suspenseful and smartly crafted. Scott Snyder paints a good picture of Dick Grayson and I appreciate that because he is one of my favorite characters. He operates and thinks slightly differently than Bruce would, and it's subtle but it works well. The artist also captures this distinction. And man, whoever colored this trade sure knew their color theory! The art is extremely compelling and some pages left me staring at them just to admire the artwork. All in all super happy with this purchase.
Hatе&love
Takes place during the Batman Reborn era in which Dick Grayson had taken over for Bruce after the latter's seeming death during Final Crisis. The Black Mirror sees Dick in the cowl and going up against a group of black market dealers who specialize in selling macabre weapons and trophies of Gotham's worst villains (such as the crowbar used to kill Jason Todd). While Dick fights to put a stop to the black market group, Commissioner Gordon struggles with the return of his mental ill son James Gordon Jr. In one of the best early tales of his Batman career, Scott Snyder weaves an intricate and disturbing tale of psychosis. James Jr. is one of the most creepy Batman villains to date and he proves his menace without superpowers or a flamboyant costume. Using great flashbacks, Snyder builds the story of Commissioner Gordon's slow realization that there is something wrong with his son and the horror he feels that he can't do more to help him. Featuring a terrific ambiguous ending, The Black Mirror is not only one of the best Batman Reborn/Dick Grayson era Batman stories, but one of the best stories of Snyder's early career with the character before his terrific run during the New 52.
Whitecaster
Very good quality!! wish the book was hardcover though
SmEsH
Scott Snyder's run on Detective Comics after his Vertigo work with American Vampire and before his work on the New 52 Batman is interesting: this follows the Dick Grayson's Batman and the larger "family" as Bruce Wayne is running Batman, Incorporated, and the Gordon family is in particular prominence here. Snyder is definitely trying to bring a more noir element back to the Batman world after Grant Morrison blow that up expanding the Batman character into various other elements of Batman's mythology. Yet, Synder doesn't try to undo Morrison's work in anyway, just re-grounds in it a consistent tone. Jock's illustration work here is strong, but some reminiscent of Jim Lee's work on Batman.

This is several story arcs that appear separate but add into one coherent story about the Gotham and the Gordon family. Snyder does great work here, but one can also see why the soft re-boot was increasingly necessary for New 52 to make the larger continuity seem more consistent. This is strong writing and solid art, and Dick Grayson's Batman does feel enough like Bruce Wayne's for continuity to be there, but different enough to stand out. In a way, it was sad it was re-set so completely in New 52 despite the clear reasons for doing so. It, however, was a good hint to the feel of Snyder's run on the New 52 Batman with Bruce Wayne back primarily in Gotham.
tref
I read this when it first came out and loved it then. I saw the new Absolute solicitation for $99 and said 'no way' so picked up a hardcover for $12. Still as goo as I remember.

The fact that Dick Grayson is Batman in these issues is what also makes it so great. It's such a refreshing take with a story arc that weaves an amazing tale from the past and the present (of 2011 when this came out). Don't be fooled though - the Joker covers may be very popular but he only plays a small part. Trust me you won't care because the inclusion of a new villain with intimate ties to Barbara Gordon takes the cake.