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eBook Gotham Central Vol. 5: Dead Robin (Batman) download ISBN: 1401213294
Author: Ed Brubaker,Greg Rucka
Publisher: DC Comics (June 6, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1789 kb
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Gotham Central, Vol. 5 book. Greg Rucka & Ed Brubaker write an amazing real life cop drama set in the DC Universe with Batman on the periphery

Gotham Central, Vol. Greg Rucka & Ed Brubaker write an amazing real life cop drama set in the DC Universe with Batman on the periphery. Its so well done that you can almost see it on the TV screen, shot for shot. The art, mostly by Kano, fits the gritty street level book so well.

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Gotham Central is a police procedural comic-book series that was published by DC Comics. It was written by Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka, with pencils initially by Michael Lark. The story focused on the Gotham City Police Department and the difficulties of its officers living and working in Gotham City, home of Batman. Greg Rucka and Ed Brubaker collaborated on the "Officer Down" Batman crossover.

Brubaker and Rucka write one of the best, and most interesting, police procedurals ever. Gotham Central Vol. 5: Dead Robin (Batman). Setting in the Batman universe makes it more textured. Michael Lark, who gets a short shift on the cover, along with a few others, illustrates the hell out of both the mundane and the amazing.

This paperback contains three stories from the Gotham Central comic book series: Dead Robin, Sunday, Bloody Sunday, and Corrigan II. The first story, Dead Robin, was written by Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka. The first story, Dead Robin, was written by Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka, and illustrated by Kano. It was originally published from September to December, 2005. In this story the dead body of Robin is found on the streets. Now the detectives of Gotham Central must try to solve the mystery of his death while dealing with his former associates, Batman and the Teen Titans.

Written by Greg Rucka and Ed Brubaker Art by Kano & Stefano Gaudiano Cover by Sean Phillips In this volume collecting Gotham Central the dead body of Robin, the Boy Wonder is found on the streets

Written by Greg Rucka and Ed Brubaker Art by Kano & Stefano Gaudiano Cover by Sean Phillips In this volume collecting Gotham Central the dead body of Robin, the Boy Wonder is found on the streets.

Bruce Wayne: Murderer? by Greg Rucka, Kelley Puckett, Chuck Dixon, Devin Grayson, and Ed Brubaker. I wanted someone like Batman so much- Batman: Creature of the Night Book One by Kurt Busiek and John Paul Leon pi. witter. 1 ответ 6 ретвитов 15 отметок Нравится. 1 ответ 7 ретвитов 26 отметок Нравится.

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Items related to Gotham Central Vol. Greg Rucka; Ed Brubaker Gotham Central Vol. ISBN 13: 9781401213299. Greg Rucka; Ed Brubaker. Gotham Central was the class act among the many Batman comics serials. Eschewing the usual superhero devices, it focused on Gotham City's police and thereby made the occasional appearances of costumed heroes and villains more effective. Complex story lines, flawed characters, and y visuals doomed it to run only slightly more than three years.

Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka, Stefano Gaudiano. Written by Greg Rucka and Ed Brubaker Art by Kano & Stefano Gaudiano Cover by Sean Phillips In this volume collecting Gotham Central the dead body of Robin, the Boy Wonder is found on the streets.

Living in the shadow of the Dark Knight makes the detectives of Gotham's police force determined to prove they have what it takes to enforce the law in a city rife with criminals--with or without Batman's help.
Comments: (7)
Lightseeker
Another fine entry in this compelling series set in the gritty underbelly of Batman's Gotham City. The plot increasingly focusses on Det. Rene Montoya, which is fine by me (although I'm waiting for her partner, Crispus Allen, to come out of the box a bit more...) Author Greg Rucka's debt to HBO-TV's "The Wire" is increasingly obvious, but that's mighty fine source material.

In this volume, a booby trap set by one of the Flash's foes, Mr. Alchemy, sets Montoya and Allen on a trip to Keystone City, where Alchemy pulls a "Silence Of The Lambs" taunt-the-cops number... Although the story gets more wrapped up in super-doings than earlier story arcs, Montoya's eventual beat-down of the bad guy, though emotionally satisfying, sets the stage for her to begin questioning her own attraction to extreme violence. I predict an even stronger, richer storyline further down the road.

Great entry in a very strong series, compulsively readable from start to finish.
Malodor
In Gotham, Batman is a dominating presence hanging over the criminal underworld. In Gotham Central: In the Line of Duty, we can see how he also overshadows the people involved in everyday law enforcement. In all the Batman comics, TV shows, and films, the police have been relegated to latecomers who show up when Batman has solved the crime and tied up the bad guys, leaving the police scratching their heads.

The Gotham Central comic really is completely unique in that we can get into the minds and lives of some very tough, very good cops who care about the city and protecting the innocent as much as Batman does.

In the Line of Duty contains the first five issues of the comic. A tense, well-executed storyline balancing plot development and character development is a real treat. Readers are treated to the appearance of Batman arch-villian Mr. Freeze, and a brief glimpse of the Bat himself. The art is dark and gritty and perfectly matches the setting and story.
Wishamac
"Gotham Central", volume 5, spans issues #33-40 and (sadly) ends the series with a pair of fine stories... A tepid mystery involving the murder of two Robin lookalikes serves as the backdrop for the real drama -- inside the squadroom -- and in particular the descent of Detective Renee Montoya into a spiral of ragefulness and violence. The second story arc focusses entirely on Montoya and her partner, Crispus Allen, and closes out on a bleak, abrupt note. Fans of the series will be sad to see it end, but pleased to pick up this final volume, which is still one heckuva nice read. Several "Gotham Central" characters appear in later DC stories, but the original books are pretty special. Recommended! (ReadThatAgain!)
Gardagar
This entire series is excellent! Rucka & Brubaker are NOT my favorite people for Superhero books but they do EXCEL at crime stories. Gotham Central is an excellent "reality" approach at one of comic-dom's most famous cities. Not everything in a town like Gotham is about Mr Freeze or the Joker but even when they are, Batman isn't the only one working on it. Love this series and highly recommend it to ANYONE who likes Law & Order, Batman and maybe even The Untouchables.
Runehammer
great love story line of Gotham PD and not from batman
Realistic
A very nice start for a perfect comic series! I've read all 6 vols, this is a great start!!!!
hulk
great story lines
Not so much a mystery as a pure crime book, this was great! The ending took me by surprise, but this book is fantastic. It's Homocide: Life on the Streets, with Batman.