Read All-Star Batman, Volume. 2: Ends of the Earth (All-Star Batman #2) Online Free - #1 NEW YORK TIMES best-selling BATMAN author Scott Snyder’s ALL STAR BATMAN continues with a new volume featuring new stories drawn by some of the top artists in all of comics!
For more than 75 years, Batman has been one of the most widely-recognized and revered super-heroes in all of comics. But what would the Dark Knight be without an equally iconic roster of villains to keep him fighting all these years? In ALL STAR BATMAN VOL. 2, Scott Snyder is joined by a rotating team of superstar artists to tell individual, villains-centric stories that in their sum reimagine the Caped Crusader’s rogues gallery and bring it into the modern era.
Included in this graphic novel are a chilling Mr. Freeze tale with Snyder’s frequent collaborator Jock (BATMAN: THE BLACK MIRROR), a Poison Ivy tale with intoxicating art by Tula Lotay (BRIGGS LAND), Snyder’s first pairing with the great Giuseppe Camuncoli (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) and more!
One the most successful and well-reviewed series from DC UNIVERSE REBIRTH continues in Scott Snyder’s star-studded, ALL STAR BATMAN VOL. 2! Collects issues #6-9.
|Title||:||All-Star Batman, Volume. 2: Ends of the Earth (All-Star Batman #2)|
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September 07, 2017
Scott Snyder continues his Batman no-hitter streak he started with Endgame back in the New 52 with Rebirth’s All-Star Batman, Volume 2: Ends of the Earth. Time to take a break from the character, dude! Mister Freeze unleashes a necrotic black spot that decays everything it touches and Batman’s go...
September 24, 2017
Volume 2 isn't as funny, but the artwork greatly improves and Snyder continues his unusual, clever romp.
It's amazing what happens when JRJR leaves. The artwork here is diverse, some better than others, but always incredible. My favorite? Jock. But all are fantastic. And Jordie Bellaire's colors...
September 12, 2017
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I could see the look in his eyes just before the flamingo hit. The question. How did I know? Simple. Because my family knows how to #$%^ fight.
I think Snyder wanted to experiment with the After Death style in this book? A lo...
September 08, 2017
After fifty-one issues on the main Batman title during The New 52 with artist Greg Capullo, writer Scott Snyder did not leave the Bat-world completely — his helming of All-Star Batman allows him to tell any story featuring the greatest rogues gallery in all of comics, as well as collaborating wit...
September 01, 2017
[Read as single issues]
The second arc of All-Star Batman is told a series of one-and-done stories that build to a unified conclusion as Batman faces off against Mister Freeze, Poison Ivy, the Mad Hatter, and the true villain of the piece, who I won't spoil here. Each issue has a very different fl...
July 28, 2017
I normally like stories told as little vignettes, but for some reason, these just didn't work for me. Nice idea, as Batman goes to remote locations to confront some of the members of his rogues gallery: Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, the Mad Hatter. Each is set up in an isolated locale to perfect some n...
May 19, 2017
Второй том серии All-star Batman отличается от первого и стилистически, и по интересности - в лучшую, на мой взгляд сторону. Если "My Own Worst Enemy" был одной цельной историей, которую рассказывал Скотт Снайдер и рисовал Джон Ромита-младший, то "Ends of the Earth" состоит из нескольких нарисова...
September 07, 2017
A lot better than the last arc.
World: Jock art is great, what else can I say. The world building here is solid and much better than the last arc. It's more focused on character and the places we visit and people we meet is well done and interesting.
Story: Much more character focused which...
September 20, 2017
This is totally weird! The first half of the volume follows the titular story which is some sort of psychedelic dream. The art is gorgeous but the story is incredibly way out there. Batman faces three of his popular villains and each takes him closer to the 4th one who is behind the "end of the w...
April 21, 2017
A bit of a convoluted tale, with "one person pulling the strings" but it's not always graceful how it's done. I mean, this works better as a book spotlighting a different villain every issue than as the masterplan of the last villain. Still a little speechy, but I guess that's Snyer's style. Not...