Batman - Knightfall Part Three Knightsend Reviews
Description:ISBN 1781162034 / Author: Doug Moench, Chuck Dixon, Jim Aparo, Norm Breyfogle, Graham Nolan / Publisher: Titan Books / 320 Pages / Bruce ... more
Batman - Knightfall Part Three Knightsend ... Wayne completes his improbable recovery from his broken back and is ready to resume his role as Gotham's protector. But Jean Paul Valley, the man who now patrols the night as a vicious and violent Batman, is not willing to give up his new identity. Driven to the brink of madness by inner demons, the new Batman seeks to destroy Bruce as they meet in mortal combat.
Newest Review: ... to see a new side to Bruce Wayne. He is no longer the consummate warrior and has lost faith in his abilities. Suffering a ... more
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Batman - Knightfall. Part Three: Knightsend
DC Comics. 2000. Chuck Dixon, Alan Grant, Jo Duffy, Doug Moench & ...
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by - written on 05/04/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
After over 12 months and a thousand pages of comics, the epic Knightfall saga finally draws to a close with KnightsEnd. Bruce Wayne returns to Gotham, recovered from the broken back inflicted on him by Bane. He returns to find that the man he left behind as Batman, Jean Paul Valley, has turned from protector to avenger, using increasingly violent methods to stop crime. Although recovered physically, Wayne is not yet mentally ready to seize the mantle back and enlists the help of Lady Shiva, a cold-blooded killer, to help him get his edge back. Despite being a lot lighter on action, in many ways KnightsEnd is the most compelling segment of the whole ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/12 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Batman - Knightfall Part Three: Knightsend is the final collected part of a huge and famous story arc that ran through the weekly Batman comics in the early nineties. It was sort of like his version of The Death of Superman I suppose although not quite as epic and he never actually died. He did though have his back broken by the hulking master villain Bane and it appeared as if his days fighting crime dressed as a giant bat were now only a thing of the past. Bane took control of Gotham and broke the Batman systematically by releasing all the assorted super villain lunatics from Arkham Asylum. Batman completely exhausted himself trying to catch this pantheon of rogues ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/12 (Very useful, 14 readings)
The final chapter in the Knightfall storyline is arguably the weakest of the three stories in the series. A big gap occurs between episodes Two and Three and where we last saw Bruce still paraplegic, here we see him back up non his feet incredibly and, although weak, training for his return to the streets of Gotham as The Dark Knight and more than a little disgusted and disturbed by what his protege has done with his name...... Unfortunately, the new Dark Knight is less than happy at giving up his position and Bruce has to prove himself first to his successor before he can prove his recovery to himself. It is a good storyline with some great scenes and some ... Read the complete review