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    PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench Modern Batman #6Let me clear the confusion Our Dark Knight is not the hunter but the prey in this story arc And the hunter?The whole

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench This is a fine collection It deals with events rather early in Batman’s career In fact I suppose these could be considered “year one” events since this collection depicts the first use of the bat signal The Prey story was first published around 1990 1991 when I was at school and needless to say reading a lot of comics It could be that

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    Free read Batman Prey PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench First there was Batman Prey and the secretly demented Dr Hugo Strange seeks to destroy replace and become the Batman Add a later ser

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench This is a graphic novel that almost follows on from Batman Year One excluding of course the introduction of Batman villains such as

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench Doug Moench î 2 Characters Free read ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Doug Moench Batman is always seen prowling the night and hunting down criminals But in this particular story Batman is the one who is being hunted New on crime fighting career the Batman is still not in good terms with the Gotham Police He is being hunted down by the police force for his unusual vigilante methods and for crimes he didn't commit The story starts off very strong The psychoanalysis of Batman part was very interesting

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench Doug Moench î 2 Characters Another subtly amazing tale of the early years of the Batman Published circa 1993 the story takes us back to a very young Caped Crusad

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench Set in the early years when Bruce was just starting out as Batman Gotham City is slowly adjusting to the appearance of the Dark Knight with many still fearing him Dr Hugo Strange a prominent psychiatrist builds upon that fear to le

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Batman Prey ✓ Doug Moench Batman takes on Doctor Strange no not THAT one in a plot that is reminiscent of one of those psychological thrillers Silence of the Lambs Basic Instinct etc that were regularly churned out by Hollywood in the early mid 90's This book was released around the same time period Coincidence? I think not But it was a good story

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Free read Batman Prey Doug Moench î 2 Characters Free read ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Doug Moench Set in the Year One time frame Batman must confront the sinister Dr Hugo Strange a man with a deadly secret out to s. This is a fine collection It deals with events rather early in Batman s career In fact I suppose these could be considered year one events since this collection depicts the first use of the bat signal The Prey story was first published around 1990 1991 when I was at school and needless to say reading a lot of comics It could be that my judgment is being clouded by nostalgia but I d like to think that this isn t the case Prey is actually uite violent One of the challenges Batman faces here is a Vigilante called Night Scourge and the story shows how wearing a mask can amplify personality traits for better or worse Isolated from Captain Gordon and being driven over the edge by the psychological machinations of Hugo Strange Prey features an all too human Caped Crusader who struggles to keep things together The story also clearly illustrates the importance of James Gordon in the Batman mythosRecommended

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Free read Batman Prey Doug Moench î 2 Characters Free read ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Doug Moench Department and where exactly does the mysterious Catwoman fit into all this Collects Legends of the Dark Knight #11. Set in the early years when Bruce was just starting out as Batman Gotham City is slowly adjusting to the appearance of the Dark Knight with many still fearing him Dr Hugo Strange a prominent psychiatrist builds upon that fear to leverage power and fame by convincing the Mayor to order Captain Gordon to set up a Batman task force to take down the vigilante and haul him in for uestioning Gordon gets hot head officer Max Cort to lead the team as another vigilante a cat burglar emerges but what does Hugo Strange really want Doug Moench wrote a lot of Batman comics in the early 90s and none of them were any good The Knightfall Trilogy where Bane famously broke Batman s back was wayyy too long and his other books like the recent Batman Unseen with Kelley Jones have been similarly terrible Batman Prey has gained some prominence in recent years thanks to Hugo Strange s appearance in the brilliant video game Batman Arkham City but based on this book he s nowhere near as cool or interesting In fact Batman Prey is a downright awful book but not just because of Strange but because of the entire cast including Batman as written by Moench Let s start with Strange It s an obvious comment but the name is apt When he s not saying weird things about Batman on TV he s talking to his female manneuin in his apartment and dressing up as Batman Yeah that s pretty nutty but on the barest pieces of information he s able to figure out Bruce Wayne is Batman although never explicitly saying so out loud or to anyone else and can set up elaborate traps in Wayne Manor involving lifelike manneuins who look exactly like Bruce s parents You d think Bruce would ve set up some security cameras or anything around Wayne Manor he is trying to stop people figuring out he s Batman after all Anyway Strange needs to do all of that because the plot says so not because it makes sense The dialogue in this book is horrendous Strange spends most of his time turned towards the reader making speeches about this and that thinking out loud repeating plot points etc Strange s dialogue is the worst but none of the characters really say anything that sounds at all convincing Everyone s thinking out loud and telling you what they re doing as they re doing it Catwoman s outfit is just bad She s called a cat burglar in the press so she has to play up the cat part by literally having a tail cat ears and whiskers all of which do nothing If you think the tail is her whip it s not her whip is coiled up around her shoulder A tail cat ears and whiskers honestly what s the point It s sooo stupid Forgetting her appearance in theory I won t forget this Moench she is a completely pointless addition to the book She shows up steals some jewels runs away from Batman across Gotham s rooftops escapes repeat rinse They smooch she saves him but only because Bruce is so damn incompetent in this book and that s it In other words just like every other Catwoman appearance ever Max Cort is the worst character in the book He s apparently a great police officer who behaves like a bar brawler only dangerous because he has guns After repeatedly failing to bring Batman in he s brainwashed by Strange through hypnosis really into becoming a vigilante himself laughably called Night Scourge He just happens to have a ninja outfit with spikes tailor made for him complete with a variety of knives and swords all of which he s suddenly proficient in and manages to successfully take on Batman So as a police officer with far resources at his disposal he was unable to do anything about Batman but suddenly mind wiped with fewer resources and a mask he s able to achieve Whaaat But the worst of the bunch is Batman When Bruce became Batman for the first time he d gone through years of training physically and mentally preparing himself for the demanding role he was now taking on In Batman Prey it s like that training never took place Not only can he barely deal with Strange a non super powered psychiatrist or any of the GCPD but he s routinely challenged by no name street thugs and in the second story arc of the book Terror he gets beaten up by Jonathan Crane aka Scarecrow These two are the villains of the book Strange and Scarecrow and they re supposedly Batman s physical eual Only in this book I understand this is Batman in the early years but you can only play up Bruce s lack of experience so much Moench is famous relatively speaking for doing this kind of nonsense narrative In Batman Unseen Batman fights an invisible man by taking off his clothes drinking the invisibility potion thus becoming invisible then he puts on his Batman outfit again negating the invisibility and then goes out to fight him Moench writes Batman as a brain dead nitwit and it seems whether he was doing it in the early 90s or the late 00s that s how his Batman will always be In Terror the seuel to Prey also included here Scarecrow is the main villain This story is also utterly hideously written and conceived but it at least has a genuinely hilarious origin story for Jonathan Crane Apparently he was teased in high school for being scrawny and his bullies would say to him Go scare some crows Crane which sounds exactly like something teenagers would say and these insults so scarred him that the only way he could relieve his frustration was yes scaring some crows The panel showing Crane lunging after some crows is amazing He then developed his own Crane style fighting moves which involves him kicking his legs up really high while waving his arms around this weird dance move is the same fighting style that bests Batman So of course he puts on a Scarecrow costume and sigh becomes Scarecrow This is one of the dumbest origin stories I ve ever read Good for a chuckle though The story in both instances is plodding and tedious at best Batman is chased by doofuses doofi and because he s also moronic in this book he has trouble escaping them and solving the mystery The storylines are utterly forgettable and stupid how anyone can rate this book at all is beyond me Paul Gulacy s art is no great shakes but I didn t mind it and it s definitely the only commendable thing about this book But it s still not that good the expressions on the manneuins and the human characters look exactly the same And one last thing and it s rare to have to bring this up but the lettering in this book is diabolical Batman s narrative boxes of which there are a sizeable number are written in this flowery cursive style that makes reading them really hard I suppose this being part of the Legends of the Dark Knight series Batman is writing these adventures down in a book or something and maybe that s why we ve got this awkward handwriting style It s the only reason I can see why the letterer has chosen to do this but it underlines a basic truth about comics if a comic has bad lettering then it becomes a bad comic Even if it had legible lettering it s still be the pits because of Moench s script but the two combined make this a nightmare to read Batman Prey is a book written by an idiot for idiots starring idiots don t bother In fact avoid anything written by Doug Moench

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Free read Batman Prey Doug Moench î 2 Characters Free read ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Doug Moench Top and if necessary kill the Dark Knight Who is the bloodthirsty Night Scourge how does he link in with the police. This is a graphic novel that almost follows on from Batman Year One excluding of course the introduction of Batman villains such as Joker This is an earlier version of Batman a Batman still struggling with himself and his identity as a crime fighter A Batman who needs Jim Gordan to help him in his war on crimeIn this story the new villainy of Dr Hugo Strange is introduced for the first time Hugo Strange is a psychologist one of those breed of bizarre individuals who wear creepy spectacles and have shaved heads and have manneuins in the place of lovers Or at least those are the stereotypes of psychologists adopted in this book That for me would have to be one of the major negatives of this work that there are so many stereotypes of the unknown other of the psychologist adopted for this novel That said Hugo Strange as a villainous mastermind who works out Batman s identity and sets up several intriguing traps is a fascinating characterIf you want a graphic novel with a classic story and some dazzling artwork I d fully endorse this It s Batman at his finest as the Caped Crusader Dark Knight and world s greatest detective all rolled into one Now with added action Did I mention also for the fanboys that Catwoman features prominently in this book I didn t Well what other incentive is there to go and read this

  • Paperback
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  • Batman Prey
  • Doug Moench
  • English
  • 07 January 2020
  • 9780930289683