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Batman Arkham Asylum A Serious House on Serious Earth

The inmates of Arkham Asylum have taken over Gotham's detention center for the criminally insane on April Fool's Day demanding Batman in exchange for their hostages Accepting their demented challenge Bat. Sorry guys Didn t like itI have a headache and my eyes hurtNot joking hereOne of my eyes is actually throbbingYes only oneI m going to take some Tylenol

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Gauntlet the Dark Knight's must face down both his most dangerous foes and his inner demonsThis is the critically acclaimed Batman story that helped launch the US careers of Grant Morrison and Dave McKea. I have read many a pooroverrated Batman story in my ten odd years as a fan but this much referred to epic may take the cake As a Batman story this is a total failure Batman acts completely out of character almost from the beginning When walking into a hostage situation masterminded by the Joker he strikes up a conversation with his archenemy rather than planning how to rescue the innocents involved When Joker shoots a hostage in the head across the room from Batman I think the bizarre art style makes it nearly impossible to tell what is occuring at times Batman makes no attempt to save the hostage or capture the JokerIn fact the story seems to be allegorical than literal by showing Batman conversing with many of his rogues gallery foes rather than fighting them But rather than a meaningful point the book seems to meander until it becomes a random melange of images with little relation to one another Batman accomplishes next to nothing by the end of the story with little explanation as to why It is as though he started a mission then thought better of it and decided to take a walk through Gotham Park insteadIn the end this book is somewhat reminiscent of the film Batman Returns truly bizarre with a completely different Batman than whatever iconic version lodges in the minds of his fans the early comics the campy 60s TV show the 90s animated series etc However while Batman Returns is original enough to watch for mere discussions sake and at least offers a story of Batman fighting to protect Gotham citizens this unfortunate graphic novel is worth reading only for the most completive Batman fanThis book is in short postmodern garbage The Breach of Crowns pooroverrated Batman story in my ten odd years as a fan but this much referred to epic may take the cake As a Batman story this is a total failure Batman acts completely out of character almost from the beginning When walking into a hostage situation masterminded by the Joker he strikes up a conversation with his archenemy rather than Icebergs planning how to rescue the innocents involved When Joker shoots a hostage in the head across the room from Batman I think the bizarre art style makes it nearly impossible to tell what is occuring at times Batman makes no attempt to save the hostage or capture the JokerIn fact the story seems to be allegorical than literal by showing Batman conversing with many of his rogues gallery foes rather than fighting them But rather than a meaningful The Line point the book seems to meander until it becomes a random melange of images with little relation to one another Batman accomplishes next to nothing by the end of the story with little explanation as to why It is as though he started a mission then thought better of it and decided to take a walk through Gotham Park insteadIn the end this book is somewhat reminiscent of the film Batman Returns truly bizarre with a completely different Batman than whatever iconic version lodges in the minds of his fans the early comics the campy 60s TV show the 90s animated series etc However while Batman Returns is original enough to watch for mere discussions sake and at least offers a story of Batman fighting to Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy protect Gotham citizens this unfortunate graphic novel is worth reading only for the most completive Batman fanThis book is in short Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya postmodern garbage

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Man is forced to endure the personal hells of the Joker Scarecrow Poison Ivy Two Face and many other sworn enemies in order to save the innocents and retake the prison During his run through this absurd. I m not uite sure how I feel about Batman Arkham Asylum The story isn t to my liking although the Joker grabbing Batman s arse is something one doesn t see oftenAlso I found the art style too weird Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream personal hells of the Joker Scarecrow Poison Ivy Two Face and many other sworn enemies in order to save the innocents and retake the Trial of a Feminizer prison During his run through this absurd. I m not uite sure how I feel about Batman Arkham Asylum The story isn t to my liking although the Joker grabbing Batman s arse is something one doesn t see oftenAlso I found the art style too weird


About the Author: Grant Morrison

Scottish comic book author Grant Morrison is known for culture jamming and the constant reinvention of his work He is known for his nonlinear narratives and countercultural leanings in his runs on titles including DC Comics' Animal Man Batman JLA The Invisibles Action Comics All Star Superman and Doom Patrol and Marvel Comics' New X Men and Fantastic Four Many of these are controversial



10 thoughts on “Batman Arkham Asylum A Serious House on Serious Earth

  1. says:

    The Caped Crusader with footnotes?or Art for Art’s Sakeor Holy Histrionics Batman I’d rather have listened to an operaGrant Morrison gets “serious” – it’s even mentioned in the title twice in case you need a reminder – and if Carrot Top wants to star in a remake of Death of a Salesman or Billy Joel wants to write a concerto for flugelhorn and triangle I don’t want to hear about it Wait Jeff did you say footnotes?Yes Goodread

  2. says:

    Sorry guys Didn't like itI have a headache and my eyes hurtNot joking hereOne of my eyes is actually throbbingYes only oneI'm going to take some Tylenol

  3. says:

    What a fucking mess The painted artwork was appalling the story line was incoherent the dialogue was barely legible and most importantly the portrayal of Batman was all wrong This felt like a second rate haunted

  4. says:

    So after buying this book for the

  5. says:

    This is not your traditional Batman tale Some people won't like it In fact Batman seems like a normal man when confronted by the horro

  6. says:

    I'm not uite sure how I feel about Batman Arkham Asylum The story isn't to my liking although the Joker grabbing Batman's arse is something one doesn't see oftenAlso I found the art style too weird

  7. says:

    Absolutely not just a graphic novelThis is a dream like lynchian descent into madnessBest Dark Knight story ever with The Dark Knig

  8. says:

    Based solely upon his 2006 2013 run Grant Morrison might be the greatest Batman writer of all time But he wasn’t always so brilliant as his first Batman book the mega selling Arkham Asylum A Serious House on Serious Earth shows The inmates have overrun the asylum and are holding civilians hostage With Joker running free with a knife Batman goes into the asylum to stop him and enters a nightmarish netherworld Meanwhile the troubled life

  9. says:

    I have read many a pooroverrated Batman story in my ten odd years as a fan but this much referred to epic may take the cake As a Batman story this is a total failure Batman acts completely out of character almost from the beginning When walking into a hostage situation masterminded by the Joker he strikes up a conversation with his archenemy rather than planning how to rescue the innocents involved When Joker

  10. says:

    Arkham Asylum is the best graphic novel I've ever read for two reasons writing and artThis isn't your average WHACK POW comic book In fact there is almost no violence or glammed out secret weapons Grant Morrision takes us through a

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