Batman, Volume 4: Zero Year: Secret City

Batman, Volume 4: Zero Year: Secret City

Scott Snyder Greg Capullo / Feb 23, 2020

Batman Volume Zero Year Secret City The New origin of The Dark Knight delves into Bruce Wayne s past with the Red Hood Gang and his run ins with aspiring District Attorney Harvey Dent You won t want to miss the moment that Bruce beco

  • Title: Batman, Volume 4: Zero Year: Secret City
  • Author: Scott Snyder Greg Capullo
  • ISBN: 9781401245085
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The New 52 origin of The Dark Knight delves into Bruce Wayne s past with the Red Hood Gang and his run ins with aspiring District Attorney Harvey Dent You won t want to miss the moment that Bruce becomes Batman Collecting Batman 21 24, Batman Zero Year The Director s Cut 1

    Batman The Animated Series, Volume DC Product Description Batman The Animated Series Vol Vowing to avenge the senseless murder of his wealthy parents, Bruce Wayne voiced by series star KEVIN CONROY devotes his life to wiping out lawlessness in Gotham City. Batman comic book Batman is an ongoing American comic book series featuring the DC Comics superhero Batman as its main protagonist The character first appeared in Detective Comics cover dated May Batman proved to be so popular that a self titled ongoing comic book series began publication with a cover date of Spring It was first advertised in early April , one month after the first Batman The Animated Series Volume This goes for the series as a whole Best animated series ever I enjoyed it as a kid growing up, because BATMAN But I find that at years old, I still highly enjoy it when I get a chance to watch it. Batman The Animated Series TV Series It has been a long hard journey to mainstream media for comic book characters, but finally Batman made it with time to spare in Batman The Animated Series later renamed The Adventures of Batman Batman Batman is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.The character was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, and first appeared in Detective Comics , in Originally named the Bat Man, the character is also referred to by such epithets as the Caped Crusader, the Dark Knight, and the World s Greatest Detective.

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      • Scott Snyder Greg Capullo

        Scott Snyder is the Eisner and Harvey Award winning writer on DC Comics Batman, Swamp Thing, and his original series for Vertigo, American Vampire He is also the author of the short story collection, Voodoo Heart, published by the Dial Press in 2006 The paperback version was published in the summer of 2007.


    1. Before The Batman… there was Bruce Wayne!This collected edition features #21-24 from the comic book “Batman”, including “Batman: Zero Year – Director’s Cut #1”.Creative Team:Writers: Scott Snyder & James Tynion IVIllustrators: Greg Capullo, Danny Miki & Rafael Albuquerque WHERE ARE THOSE MISSING ISSUES? First of all, if you care to read the explanation of what comic book issues are collected in this edition, you may found odd that it’s beginning on #21, when previous TPB [...]

    2. This one made me waffle.Is it 4 stars or 5 stars?It didn't quite punch me in the gut like Batman, Vol. 3: Death of the Family, but I still loved it.So.4.5 stars, it is.Zero Year is the New 52 origin story for Batman, and Snyder does not disappoint.Gather round Nocenti DC writers, cuz this is how it's doneThe idea behind it (according to the afterword) was to lean away from Miller's Batman: Year One. He praises Miller's work for changing the tone of the Dark Knight, while explaining that his goal [...]

    3. Origin stories are hard; they’re even harder when you’re redoing the origin story for a character whose origin has been tackled numerous times and in the form of stories considered landmark classics of the genre. Granted, they’re not as hard as, say, gracefully and quietly (sans slurping) eating a slice of watermelon, but they’re pretty tough. So, how do you evaluate yet another Batman origin story? It might be endearing to watch some heroes stumble and bumble around as they learn on the [...]

    4. Thomas Wayne: What do you love about Gotham, Bruce?Bruce: it’s a place where you can be ANYONE. Where I can be… NOT Bruce Wayne… The city lets me be ANYONE I want. *I was one of those who rolled their eyes when Scott Snyder/Greg Capullo announced they were doing their take on Batman’s origin. They’d just done their best arc in Death of the Family, Batman’s nemesis was defeated (or was he?) and the Bat-family lay in ruins - what would Batman do next? Put a pin in it! the creative tea [...]

    5. When I saw that there was going to be an origin retelling of Batman I had the same kind of disappointed feeling you get when you’ve been eating the same leftovers. Sure that meatloaf was tasty the first night and it reheated well for dinner the following day, but when you pull it out of the fridge the next time it’s not looking very appetizing.Fortunately, Scott Snyder shows up and takes that cold brown lump of blah with its congealed sauce, reheats it perfectly, slices it, adds a few secret [...]

    6. In Zero Year, Snyder is going back to Batman's origin. I'm sure everybody who's written the Bat wants to do this eventually, so I'm not surprised he doing it. I am surprised that it's happening in the main Batman title, and will be continuing for quite some time. This is just the first part of Zero Year, after all. We get Red Hood, the original flavor. Those who are relatively well versed in Batman's ancient history will know where this is going, and they won't be disappointed. I was surprised, [...]

    7. ★★★★1/2This year I wanted to jump back into reading about some of the superheroes that I loved when I was a kid, one of my favorites being Batman. Cause he's awesome. At first I was totally confused with where to jump in again, because there are so many damn comics. But after some research, I ultimately decided on reading the books from DC's New 52 relaunch as well as their recent relaunch, Rebirth. And the New 52 books had a well-received origin story arc so I decided to start there. Wh [...]

    8. This is essentially a new exploration of Batman's origin story. It has a few what I would consider right turns, but I suppose if you're going to re-imagine a character, that's poetic license. I think Snyder is a strong writer and the artwork is also appealing. I would say this is a good quality graphic novel. It has all the things that a Batman fan would like. Portraying Bruce Wayne as the strong character he is; the important and foundational relationship he has with Alfred Pennyworth, who is a [...]

    9. I, like many other aging batfans, grew up in an era when Frank Miller revitalized the Dark Knight with Year One and The Dark Knight Returns. His vision has been scripture for me. Well, one side Frank, there’s a new innovator in town. Scott Snyder came along and had the balls to risk the wrath of Miller’s fervid disciples and accomplished what I thought wouldn’t be done.I, for one, am glad he did. Snyder continues his hot streak with this 4th collected volume. He has created a believable tw [...]

    10. I read vol.5 before this one but now vol. 5 flows better for me as a result.This is the 52 reboot's inception of Batman with some notable focuses on what Batman does and does not stand for. Overall, well written with the usual illustrious artwork.Purists of the old graphic novels may be disgruntled with some of the changes but what were you expecting? It's a new world order or so I hear. OVERALL GRADE: B plus.

    11. Read reviews by the True Batman aficionados such as Sam Quixote, Lono and Kee for details, and probably greater (but still appropriate) enthusiasm and insight. (I'm in the Junior Batman Club, a real fan, less informed). I'll just say I wasn't looking forward to yet another Batman origin story. Batman Year One is a great book, maybe the very best Batman story, in a way. But this doesn't deny that origin, it kind of works alongside it. And it is also great, revealing Snyder is (of course) much mor [...]

    12. OK, so you write Vol. 3, Death of the Family, destined to be one of the best Batman/Joker stories/arcs ever. You'd be forgiven for taking a breather before moving on to the next stuff right? Well forget that for Snyder and Capullo.Zero Year - Secret City is a bona-fide classic. With just enough reverence for the Origin stories that have come before (Year One by Frank Miller, this is the 180 degree opposite) Snyder and Capullo put their own stamp on what is the Batman Origin story for the modern [...]

    13. Good but not exciting - at least not at first. You know how some books just sit on the bedside table, taunting you - making fun of you because you just aren't strong enough to scale them? Yeah, this book, for more than a week. Don't know why either - Snyder and Capullo are definitely talented motherfuckers, doing some top-notch work. Why did I carry this book around for a week and a half? Partly its stress at work - massive year-long project about to go live - but there's more to it than that. I [...]

    14. I went from volume 3 with the joker to this? Did I miss something?! Batman eternal maybe?Confused. Either way I assumed it was before a certain time and even though Nygma was lame it was a really decent story. I still think Snyder is killing this. Awesome run.

    15. 3,5 stars. A nice new Batman's origin story for a new generation of readers, but if you wanna read a masterpiece give a try to Frank Miller's Batman: Year One.

    16. That was a fun revamp of Batman's origin. Clever in many ways, but I still sustained mixed feelings for the Red Hood gang.P.S. A full review will come soon enough! ;)Yours truly,Lashaan

    17. Zero Year is Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's take on Batman's origin. Clearly , it riffs off Frank Miller's Batman Year One but it definitely has less mobsters than Miller's seminal work. The new origin has Batman facing off a super-powered menace early on. It also has the aspects of detective work missing from Year One. Miller's neophyte Batman really liked beating up gang-bangers for information.This is the new Batman origin for the 21st century.As a collected graphic novel I found this lackin [...]

    18. When Scott Snyder announced his intention to add something to the established origin story by releasing the thirteen-issue set called Zero Year for DC's New 52, I was, of course, excited though still a bit skeptical. But pleasantly enough, this volume, Secret City is teeming with great potentials and can certainly expand the Batman mythos pertaining to Bruce Wayne's quest to become a symbol of hope and justice for Gotham City.The story starts with Bruce Wayne returning to Gotham after his 'presu [...]

    19. Ο Σνάιντερ ανέλαβε τον μπάτμαν με επιτυχία. Οι τρεις πρώτοι τόμοι ήταν δείγματα πολύ καλού κόμικς, μέσα από έναν συνδυασμό συνεπούς και συχνά συναρπαστικού σεναρίου και εξαιρετικών σχεδίων. Εδώ, σε αυτό τον τόμο, αφήνει πίσω την ιστορία που έχει ξεκινήσει και πατάει το ρισέ [...]

    20. You know I thought Snyder’s first 2 Batman arcs (Court of Owls and Death of the Family) in the New 52 were pretty damn great but this is just at another level of awesomeness. Truth be told I was originally put off a bit that this would be another origin retelling but it’s handled so damn well by Snyder and company that I’m in no hurry for this to get back to present day Batman arcs.

    21. This is a great renewal of the Batman origin story with the schizo-par-excellence Harvey Dent and the Red Hood Gang (for the uninitiated, this is where the Joker came from). A gripping tale of violence and beautifully illustrated, it is a great reboot and worthy of the Batman legend.

    22. Another fine volume in Snyder's run. This one took me a bit of time to warm up to but by the end it was really moving.

    23. Let’s start with the art since I’ve made an error in judgement long ago when I started reading Scott Snyder’s Batman. Before I didn’t like it since everyone was square jawed and bright blue-eyed. Now I read other Batman comics and wonder why they aren’t. When I started reading this volume I was extremely happy to find the comfort of Greg Capullo’s art. The way the may characters are clean looking in a way that Gotham isn’t makes me love it. It’s a very stark contrast against the [...]

    24. I am a huge Batman fan but I'm still having trouble getting into the groove of the New 52 series. This volume is going back and showing early adventures of Batman as he battles The Red Hood Gang, which I think is supposed to be an early origin of the Joker. It's not a bad series, but like I've said before, so far this Batman just seems a step off to me for a reason I can't put my finger on. Batman fans will still enjoy this one, however.

    25. Scott Snyder revisits the origin of Batman. Basically, Bruce Wayne was just an asshole. The End.I really liked his high and tight haircut, though. Would love to see that return.

    26. Giving this five stars is ridiculous because I know there are flaws to this volume, but the harder I think about it, the more I realize that - flaws and all - I really loved this.Scott Snyder gives Batman's origin story much substance with how he emphasizes that Bruce Wayne is just as much involved in the fight as the dark knight is. It's not just a batman origin story, it's a Bruce Wayne origin story too.Snyder delves into the deepest doubts and strongest catalyst driving this character, and it [...]

    27. DC'ye bayılıyorum! Batman'e aşığım! New 52 hikayelerinde ise kendimden geçiyorum! Tam anlamıyla "nerdgasm" yaşadım. Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo ve Danny Miki mükemmel bir iş çıkarmış. Çizimler konusunda (özellikle son sayıda Gotham üzerinde Batman logosu falan bi hoş oldum resmen *_*) Nirvana yaratmışlar. Tişikkirler ♡

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