Read Batman, Volume 3: I Am Bane Online Free - Monster Men. New costumed vigilantes. Mad doctors. Each new threat has brought Batman--and Gotham City--to the brink. But it was all a smokescreen for the real threat in the shadows...
The man who has physically tested the Dark Knight like no man before is back to finally break the Bat. Can a battered, exhausted Batman fend off one of his greatest foes ever?
Written by breakout star Tom King and illustrated by David Finch and Mikel Janín, the newest installment of this best-selling, critically acclaimed graphic novel series sees the Dark Knight take on Bane in their deadliest confrontation yet!
Collecting: Batman 16-20, 23-24
|Title||:||Batman, Volume 3: I Am Bane|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
November 06, 2017
Rebirth Batman (or “Afterbirth Batman” as I unfortunately continue to think of him, which makes for a mental picture that involves one slimy caped crusader) has been…okay?
(Note to self: when you need to insert a question mark after asserting an opinion, it’s never a good sign.)
On the one hand, w...
August 07, 2017
Following his daring raid on Bane’s island home of Santa Prisca, Batman has taken the Psycho Pirate back to restore Gotham Girl’s shattered mind. But with Bane hot on his heels, will Batman be able to keep him occupied for five days - or will Bane break the Bat once and for all?
After two solid B...
February 15, 2018
You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.
I really wanted to love this volume. I thought this would be the moment where Tom King finally has a decent grasp on how to write a Batman story arc through a bi-weekly 25-page-long comic issue business structure. With the way things have been ge...
June 23, 2017
Edit - So Issue 23-24 came in here. At the time of reading single issues it did not say that. So now it does let's rate those!
Issue 23 - 5/5 - It's one of the best stories I've read from King. Like ever. It shows off Bruce and Swamp Thing teaming up. Let's just say things get emotional, the art...
September 06, 2017
** received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review **
So, I had hopes for this one. Not particularly high hopes but hopes all the same. I enjoyed the first volume well enough but the second one was a travesty. So, when I started this one, I thought my opinion on this series can...
January 03, 2018
Honestly, I think this is my favorite rebirth storyline. Also I love Alfreds sassiness
August 28, 2017
Review to be published on the release date, 9.5.17, at the request of the publisher.
August 30, 2017
It’s been over a year since DC relaunched all of their titles with Rebirth and much like The New 52 from a few years ago, it is a mixed bag. Both its strength and weakness are that the books are evoking the publisher’s glorious past, but feel unable to craft new stories. However, when it comes to...
August 22, 2017
Bane... 'nough said, right? ;)
but perhaps this.... : Bat on his knees.... loved it!! :D
October 30, 2017
Tom King concludes here the whole "I am..." storyline he's developed since issue one.
Bane being the centrepiece of this third arc it is somewhat... brutal. But King being the writer it is somehow intellectually brutal.
After taking the psycho-pirate away from Santa Prisca Batman has 5 days to us...