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  • Author:
    Tony Daniel
  • ISBN:
    1401228348
  • ISBN13:
    978-1401228347
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  • Publisher:
    DC Comics; 1st edition (October 19, 2010)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Graphic Novels
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    4.2
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Tony S. Daniel's Batman: Life After Death is a near-perfect tour de force.

Tony Daniel returns to the BATMAN series as the new writer and artist after. Tony S. Daniel offers a captivating hero in the new Batman, Dick Grayson, a compelling mystery in the identity of the new Black Mask, and enough twists, turns, and continuity notes to keep me riveted throughout. I love Dick Grayson's role as Batman, Grant Morrison and Judd Winick went a long way toward convincing me that the idea could work, and Tony Daniel cements it.

Life After Death is a Batman storyline written and illustrated by creator Tony S. Daniel. Following the events of Battle for the Cowl, it takes place during Dick Grayson's tenure as Batman beginning in Batman: Reborn. It follows Judd Winick's run on Batman in the Long Shadows storyline and is followed by Daniel's two-part storyline Riddle Me This.

Life After Death is the second Batman arc following the great Long Shadows wherein Dick Grayson takes up the cowl after Bruce Wayne's death

Life After Death is the second Batman arc following the great Long Shadows wherein Dick Grayson takes up the cowl after Bruce Wayne's death. Life After Death is a direct sequel to Battle for the Cowl, which introduced a new Black Mask who quickly outmaneuvered Two Face and Penguin in a fight to control Gotham's underworld. This story sees Dick and Damien racing against time to take down the new Black Mask before Gotham is consumed in chaos.

This is my third Tony Daniel/Batman book and I'm starting to realise that he's not the Batman writer I hoped he'd b.

This is my third Tony Daniel/Batman book and I'm starting to realise that he's not the Batman writer I hoped he'd be. He's a fine artist and the artwork here is as good as the best artwork there's ever been in Batman, but as a writer I don't think he's up there, that he's more average than excellent. Bruce Wayne's dead (or travelling through time as it turns out) so following the events of "Battle for the Cowl" (also by Daniel), Dick Grayson has assumed the cowl and become the Batman for Gotham. Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase. I must say I'm disappointed with this one.

Batman: Life After Death (Hardback). Tony Daniel (author). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Tony Daniel returns to the ongoing "Batman" series as the new writer and artist after his best-selling "Battle for the Cowl" miniseries. But when pandemonium breaks out at the opening of the new Arkham Asylum, the combined forces of Oracle, Huntress and Catwoman aren't enough help for Batman.

Batman: Life After Death Daniel Tony Random House (USA) 9781401229757 Бэтмен: жизнь после . Поставляется из: США Описание: Originally published in single magazine form in Batman 692-699-T.

Batman: Life After Death Daniel Tony Random House (USA) 9781401229757 Бэтмен: жизнь после смерти : Originally published in single magazine form in Batman 692-699-T.

Batman: Life After Death. Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 1: Faces of Death. by Tony S. Daniel · Sandu Florea · Ryan Winn · Szymon Kudranski.

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Tony Daniel returns to the BATMAN series as the new writer and artist after his best-selling BATTLE FOR THE COWL miniseries! With Batman pounding the pavement in search of a new crime figure calling himself Black Mask and the completion of the new Arkham Asylum looming close, Gotham City has reached a boiling point! But when pandemonium breaks out at the inaugural ceremony of the new Arkham Asylum, the combined forces of Oracle, Huntress and Catwoman aren't enough help for Batman and The Caped Crusader takes on an unlikely ally - The Penguin! Chock full of fan-favorite characters and the debuts of new supporting cast members, this high-speed adventure is sure to hit the spot for Batman fans who like their comics bursting with mystery, action and fun. And you won't believe your eyes when Batman uncovers the Black Mask's true identity!

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Life After Death is the second Batman arc following the great Long Shadows wherein Dick Grayson takes up the cowl after Bruce Wayne's death. Life After Death is a direct sequel to Battle for the Cowl, which introduced a new Black Mask who quickly outmaneuvered Two Face and Penguin in a fight to control Gotham's underworld. This story sees Dick and Damien racing against time to take down the new Black Mask before Gotham is consumed in chaos. With the National Guard sending in troops to topple Gotham's underworld, the clock is ticking.

The only real downside to the story, in my opinion, is how fast the tables seem to have turned against Black Mask. For being such a strategic genius in Battle for the Cowl, the crime lord starts this arc backed into a corner and pretty much stays that way for the whole story. The return of classic villains like Reaper and Doctor Death are fun additions and you definitely get the feeling that the new pretender is being driven insane by the mantle of Black Mask, but it is a big about face from being so in control of the situation a short time ago.
digytal soul
I must say I'm disappointed with this one.

The book was published as a mystery tale with "and you won't believe who Black Mas is". The problem is... the identity of the new Black Mask was revealed in another previous book (Batman: Arkham Reborn, if I'm not wrong).

So, no real big mystery, no need for the book. That's what I felt after reading it. There was no need for this book to exist except to give Dick Grayson an adventure as Batman.

Besides that the hardcover is a pretty edition. No extras at all, but when you take off the dust-jacket you can see some pretty art on the cover and back. Is a spread taken out of the last chapter in the book. Paper quality is very good too.

The art is SO good. I'm a big fan of Tony Daniel's art. Simple as that. I hope I see more of him in the future as an artist.

Taken that into account I suggest that, If you must (and only if you must) get this one but don't pay full price. As I said before is not necessary for the Batman & Robin Grant Morrison run nor Batman Inc. nor nothing. Is just an adventure and nothing more.
Marinara
batman comics always is a good story always leaves you wanting more
Asher
Excellent addition to the Batman series.
Kerry
Dick has taken up his mantle, he has proven himself more than deserving after a long and troublesome journey internally and externally.

It's honestly hard to believe, at first thought, that anyone could effectively be Batman better than Bruce. Tony Daniel has proven otherwise. My only complaint is that character development is a little on the lacking side, that this story feels a little rushed. But I'm sure most would understand that getting used to a new pair of wings isn't going to come out perfect.
Hallolan
good
Erthai
Richard Grayson as Batman with a few faults. He sets off a chain of explosions in tracking down just who is the new black mask. He makes the shocking revalation and uses his detective skills well in discovering who is behind the black mask and ending his regime over Arkham Asylum.
Life after Death is a Pretty Good story arc written and drawn by Tony S. Daniel for the Batman Reborn saga.