Batman: Vampire

Batman Vampire This volume collects the dark tales originally presented in BATMAN DRACULA RED RAIN BATMAN BLOODSTORM and BATMAN CRIMSON MIST written by Doug Moench with macabre art by Kelley Jones The legendary ho

  • Title: Batman: Vampire
  • Author: Doug Moench Kelley Jones John Beatty Malcolm Jones III
  • ISBN: 9781401215651
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • This volume collects the dark tales originally presented in BATMAN DRACULA RED RAIN, BATMAN BLOODSTORM and BATMAN CRIMSON MIST, written by Doug Moench with macabre art by Kelley Jones.The legendary horror known as Dracula has descended upon Gotham City and he s brought his deadly children of the night with him Now, it s up to Batman to stop the Lord of the Undead s aThis volume collects the dark tales originally presented in BATMAN DRACULA RED RAIN, BATMAN BLOODSTORM and BATMAN CRIMSON MIST, written by Doug Moench with macabre art by Kelley Jones.The legendary horror known as Dracula has descended upon Gotham City and he s brought his deadly children of the night with him Now, it s up to Batman to stop the Lord of the Undead s assault on his city but after being bitten by Dracula, Batman himself joins the ranks of the undead Will Batman be an even greater threat to the citizens of Gotham City than Dracula TALES OF THE MULTIVERSE is a new series of titles collecting stories of familiar heroes reimagined in startling ways.

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    1. Collecting Batman & Dracula: Red Rain (4 stars), Batman: Bloodstorm (4 stars), and Batman: Crimson Mist (3 stars), this is one book you can really sink your teeth into!One of the more interesting (and disturbing!) Elseworlds tales DC Comics ever published, the collected Batman: Vampire may not be for everybody, but if I could enjoy it, I believe anyone can. The writing is consistently good, but I think the real 'draw' here is Kelley Jones' art. The weakest part of the trilogy was Crimson Mis [...]

    2. One could not pick a better creative team for "Batman: Vampire" than Doug Moench and Kelley Jones. In the nineties, Moench was a highly-acclaimed Batman scribe, well known for taking the Dark Knight into supernatural territory. Jones complemented this gothic sensibility with distorted, expressive visuals. Under their reign, the points on Batman's cowl grew an astonishing two to three feet in height. These storytellers were experts in pushing the limits when it came to Batman's world.It's hard to [...]

    3. Firstly I would like to say that ever since vampires became the new Justin Bieber of the entertainment industry and you could not go more than 5 seconds with out either hearing about Twighlight, or some other new moronic emo teen fantasy butt glitter, that I pretty much have grown to despise all things vampire. However my deep abiding love for dark and bloody Batman comics made it impossible for me to pass this one up and I am more than pleased to have Batman: Vampire now in my vast and ever gro [...]

    4. Close to greatness. Jones's art has its impressionistic, visceral moments but hasn't dated well. His faces are uneven to say the least (Alfred goes from a gaunt old man to what appears to be a human chipmunk) and no female character is spared from undignified poses, even in death.* The contrast-heavy inks in the third volume goes a long way toward rectifying some of these issues but by then the story's on its way out.Monech fares better. The plot is suitably tortured and bleak, and takes a few n [...]

    5. I love this concept of batman being a vampire and fighting vampires. I like this elsewhere story a lot and the art is decent, sometimes the art style looks weird like close ups of Alfred's face and there is a point where cat-woman falls into a river and her clothes melt off? But if you want to see Batman at his most brutal you should probably pick up this volume because it has all 3 of the vampire Batman tales. ~Ashley

    6. Tavole bellissime, pittoriche, quasi grottesche. Una storia che richiama i canoni horror d'altri tempi, dal Nosferatu al Dracula di Stoker, dove è l'atmosfera a fare da padrona regalandoci qualche brivido lungo la schiena e qualche riflessione sul concetto di umanità e di mostro. La consiglio anche ai non amanti degli elseworld e/o dei vampiri in generale: credetemi, vi stupirà.

    7. I liked bits and pieces, but I mostly found the dialogue trying to hard to pass as deep and dark. Also I couldn't truly understand half of what was written for the internal dialogue of Batman; I felt like I was prying into some Goth kids wet dream in their diary.

    8. The art is, to my mind, some of the worst ever, and completely distracts from any value that the story itself may have. It was a chore to finish.

    9. I don't know a lot about vampires, but I know what I like - and I know I like Nosferatu. Specifically, the F. W. Murnau 1922 silent film, starring Max Schreck as Nosferatu? The visage of that bony, hag-ridden corpse, fingers perpetually outstretched, teeth like the Devil and a face like Hell it strikes a chord with me as something of the penultimate figure in Gothic horror. And hey! Here's a book about Batman, doing just that. (Also, just an aside - if you're a fan of Nosferatu, and haven't watc [...]

    10. Batman: Vampire contains all three Elseworlds stories written by Doug Moench detailing Batman's activities as a vampire. There are 3 stories here: Red Rain, Bloodstorm and Crimson Mist. Red Rain alone, used, on is around $12. Batman: Vampire collects all three stories for a similar price which makes it a very good deal. I'll be rating the stories individually since they were originally printed, and written, that way.Red Rain:In Red Rain a woman named Tanya (a “good vampire” who is hunting D [...]

    11. Very enjoyable gothic horror tale featuring a twisted version of Gotham and the Dark Knight. Following the events of Dracula’s arrival in Gotham City, Batman faces off against hordes of the undead alongside his usual twisted rogue's gallery. This was an excellent collection, Moench’s story arc is well crafted and Kelley Jones artwork is at its horrifying best. Highly recommended.

    12. Though this didn't lead me straight to the path of horror fandom was definitely a trip back to great dark comic book artwork and in depth storytelling from one of the classic artists from the 90s era of dc comics that I had been a fan of since his dark and stylistically characteristic work from the sandman comic book series Kelly Jones working with mmalcom Jones takes barman and the city of Gotham down a dark path to hell vampires and dark goings on with a slight touch of the macabre and risque [...]

    13. Batman: Vampire collects all three volumes of the story. 1991's Batman & Dracula: Red Rain, 1992's Batman: Bloodstorm and the final part, Batman: Crimson Mist, from 1999. Each one is slightly different.The first part sees The World's Greatest Detective go up against Dracula. It is the most simple, with Batman going toe to toe against the Prince of Darkness and his undead army. The second part brings the Joker into the fold and is darker than the first with Batman struggling with his bloodlus [...]

    14. Though this didn't lead me straight to the path of horror fandom was definitely a trip back to great dark comic book artwork and in depth storytelling from one of the classic artists from the 90s era of dc comics that I had been a fan of since his dark and stylistically characteristic work from the sandman comic book series Kelly Jones working with mmalcom Jones takes barman and the city of Gotham down a dark path to hell vampires and dark goings on with a slight touch of the macabre and risque [...]

    15. This graphic novel not only exceeded my expectations, it totally blew me away. I had heard very mixed reviews. Some people loved these comics (it is a collection of Batman: Red Rain, Batman: Bloodstorm, and Batman: Crimson Mist) while others thought it was the stupidest Batman story they had ever read. I decided to give it a try expecting a campy story. I mean come on, Batman meets Dracula? It seemed fit for Adam West. However, when I noticed this was written by Doug Moench, one of the people to [...]

    16. To be fair:First Story: 3 1/2 starsSecond story: 2 1/2 starsThird Story: 2 stars. (but it drags the others down to it's level.I really wanted to like this book. It's such a cool concept. In fact, the first volume was pretty cool. I enjoyed the story and overall enjoyed the art. Except Alfred. I really don't like the way that Alfred looks at various times. To me, Alfred will always be lean and proper looking. In this he has a fleshy face and strange body style. The story was a good alternate univ [...]

    17. I have read some weird books, but this is one novel I just couldn’t take. While I love the art style of the 90’s, this has to be the weirdest thing I may have ever read. I couldn’t buy Batman as a Vampire. It starts out weird but I’m still going with it until he sprouts wings and is now for real the BAT-man. In Bloodstorm, just looking at the Joker in this strange setting made me giggle, it wasn‘t much of a story and not up to par with the Jokers‘ usual antics. Then they did it. They [...]

    18. I had already red Bloodstorm thinking it was a standalone until I discovered it was only part 2 of 3. I liked it on it's own and not because the Joker was in it. Okay maybe that was some of the reasons. The ending was good and pretty much the only ending I could see happening. I don't know if I liked the ending to Crimson Mist. To see Bruce/Batman transform into that? I mean I have admit when I first heard there was a comic with Batman as a vampire I rolled my eyes a bit because I thought it was [...]

    19. It just seems like a rather obvious deviation that Batman might have some vampire leanings, and indeed, they are realized in this 'otherworld' collection. Batman vs Dracula with rather disastrous consequences that run their full course over the three collected volumes of this book.So what is it that ends up giving this one such a poor rating with me? The artwork sucked. It didn't help with the lettering either, with Batmans internal thought in handwriting that I found hard to read at times. Tis [...]

    20. Batman was a childhood obsession, and I've always been a fan of angst ridden heroic vampires since I first encountered Nick Knight on the TV series, Forever Knight. So I was favorably disposed to the concept of Batman, the Dark Knight, as a vampire. This is three linked stories. The last one "Crimson Mist" contains an unusual twist on the vampire mythos. I thought the resolution was dramatically appropriate and in keeping with what we know of Batman.

    21. If you read this thinking the idea is a bit silly and you don't expect too much you will enjoy it. At times bizarre, (Batman laying on top of Joker fighting the urge to drink his blood) creepy, and occasionally very violent. Vampire was a strange and enjoyable mash-up featuring Dracula and a lot of Batman's extended cast of characters. The art was okay considering this was made in the 1990s and the vibrancy of the colours punches up the surreal in this weird trilogy.

    22. It started out slowly for me but picked up, and in the end I liked it very much. There are basically three parts to the graphic novel, Batman meets Dracula, Batman becomes a vampire who still fights for justice, and Batman becomes a monster. The first one was somewhat predictable but the next two did a good job, I thought, with taking Batman through a decline from hero to vampire monster. It's of course in an alternate universe so it doesn't mean "our" Batman experiences this.

    23. A pretty fun read it was enjoyable to see what would happen if Batman (as a vampire) became completely unfettered and decided to destroy all of the villains he's faced for so many years. Doug Moench's writing was a little melodramatic at times (especially the internal dialogue in Batman's head), but that's not a surprise since I felt the same way back when he wrote the monthly Batman comic. I mostly wanted to read this for Kelley Jones's art, which does not disappoint.

    24. I like Kelly Jones and I've read a bunch of him and Doug Moench's Batman ongoing series stuff, but this is definitely their best. Dough Moench's standalone Batman stories are always more interesting and Kelly Jones art fits this better than the ongoing stuff they did together, even though I like those stories too. I don't know, it probably doesn't deserve 4 stars but I enjoyed it a lot.

    25. I loved this, the intriguing mesh of vampires and Batman - it's obvious, but it's well done. But why is it, that female characters are semi naked or even naked when the men are fully clothed? I know, it's the demographic they're writing and illustrating for, but just for once, I'd like to see acknowledgement that women do read comics and graphic novels

    26. Overall, this story arc is really great. It's tough to get through the first book where Batman faces off against Dracula. But from there on out it's a whirlwind of bloody brutality, and Batman always finds himself in the center of it. Loved this comic. Must-read for all horror fans that are also Batman fans.

    27. aunque el dibujo flaquea y tiene sus altas y bajas, y aunque el hiperbólico final tiene dos que tres detalles ingenuotes --alfred decapitado, gordon muerto por una roca gigante que le cayó encima--, es uno de los más sólidos elseworlds que he leído. híper divertido, además.

    28. Really liked this one. Kelly Jones was born to draw monsters. The story itself was damned fine too, constantly pushing Batman as a character farther and farther in ways I didn't suspect. Great stuff!

    29. wonderful story the dark knight on the hunt for blood. a chilling story and a different view on the batman we all know. even if you not a batman fan and love vampire stories this is a great read. a must for Batman fans who enjoy a good tasty story ;)

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