Deze gaat over een jonge programmeur die een fantasieroman tot spel maakt. It was a very well done mystery, and I enjoyed it a lot. If you enjoyed Batman: Year One and want to see more about the Gordon family, this is worth reading. While predominantly a Batman story arc, as it should be, The Black Mirror brilliantly incorporates the Gordon family into its narrative, similar to The Killing Joke but without feeling like a rehash. She enjoys writing reviews, watching anime and TV shows, and playing video games. First Installment Wins: Even though Snyder's work on the main Batman series holds a larger profile, more than a few people still hold this as his best work on a Batman book. I recommend this comic if you like a good mystery story, and if you liked Dick Grayson as Batman, you’ll definitely want to read this. A panel from the comic. Author: Scott SnyderPublisher: DC ComicsPublished: November 29, 2011Availability: Buy on Amazon or from your local bookstore, available on DCUniverse. De Black Mirror-film Bandersnatch komt op 28 december uit. There are also ties to his circus past that make the story interesting because of Tony Zuuco murdering his parents and now he’s investigating Tony Zucco’s daughter, Sonia. The mystery is very well done; it has excellent characterization and great action scenes. This isn’t really an action-oriented manga, but it has a good atmosphere, and the style reminds me of Batman: Year One, even though this looks nicer than that book. Also, James Gordon Jr. returns to Gotham City, causing both Barbara and James Gordon Sr. to be suspicious, but what does he want? Their debut was in the Batman reboot for the New 52. It’s well worth your time but not necessarily your money. The Black Mirror is a Batman storyline featuring Dick Grayson, written by Scott Snyder with illustrations by Jock and Francesco Francavilla. This comic is recommended for ages 13 and up due to language and violence. I love how Scott Snyder also made one of the story villains, the Dealer, have ties to Dick Grayson because of his past as a Flying Grayson. Scott Snyder is a great writer, and I enjoy his writing. Dick must battle against several villains, one of whom is selling various super villain weapons and items in an underground black market. Also, James Gordon Jr. returns to Gotham City, causing both Barbara and James Gordon Sr. to be suspicious, but what does he want? Then, in a second story called "Hungry City," It’s a graphic novel I really found to be enjoyable, and even though I don’t have it in my personal collection, I still enjoyed borrowing it from the library. was a big deal back when this comic was published. I highly recommend this story to anyone who wants an interesting Batman story with Dick Grayson as Batman. Scott Snyder is a great writer, and I enjoy his writing. "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: From Batman: Year One, to The Long Halloween to The Dark Knight, after reading this book, you will NEVER look at James Gordon Jr the same again! He set up some interesting ideas that were used in the New 52 DC Comics reboot. I really enjoyed Batman: The Black Mirror and the interesting story and the mystery set up and how they reinvented a character that had basically been only seen in one comic. Also, James and Barbara Gordon must contend with the return of James Gordon Jr., whom they have ex-communicated due to his continued psychopathy. It’s very well done and has some great illustrations by Jock and Francisco Francavilla. I love that the Court of Owls is hinted at, even though this was before the New 52 continuity reboot by DC Comics. I like the plot of this story; it’s not as action-packed as a lot of Batman stories, but it has a good plot and a great mystery and explores the background of the Gordon family. This paperback collects the Batman: The Black Mirror storyline. Though his run as Batman is over, The Black Mirror will remain the defining chapter of Dick Grayson's stint as the Dark Knight, eclipsing even Grant Morrison's run on Batman and Robin. The story is well-written, and the plot was intriguing. Using James Gordon Junior as a villain is a great idea and ties back to Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One and gives us another interesting character to read about. Having Dick Grayson become Batman after the events of Batman: R.I.P. For people wondering who James Gordon Junior is, he’s the Baby that Batman saved in Batman: Year One by Frank Miller. Natalie is a writer who works at her local library. Batman: The Black Mirror shows off Dick Grayson’s detective skills as Batman when he goes after a mysterious man, called the Dealer, who sells crime-related memorabilia. Helpless and trapped in the deadly Mirror House, Batman must fight for his life against one of Gotham City's oldest and most powerful evils! I like the illustrations in this graphic novel. Synopsis. It was written by Scott Snyder.The illustrations are by Jock and Francesco Francavilla.. It begins the Snyder's Batman run which is continued into Gates of … It involves Commissioner James Gordon and Barbara Gordon (now Oracle) dealing with the sudden reappearance of James Jr. who was excommunicated from the family due to his history of psychopathy. The illustrations by Jock and Francisco Francavilla are a different style, but it looks nice. Batman: The Black Mirror shows off Dick Grayson’s detective skills as Batman when he goes after a mysterious man, called the Dealer, who sells crime-related memorabilia. I can get this from my local library for free, so I haven’t picked it up for my comic collection yet, but I probably will in the future. In "The Black Mirror," a series of brutal murders pushes Batman's detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City's oldest evils. Even though the group of villains doesn’t directly appear in the story, I do like that they were being set up. This storyline was originally published in the comic book series Detective Comics from January to October, 2011. Dick Grayson is also different when he is Batman; he doesn’t really crack jokes, but he does talk more. It’s worth buying if you like the story, but if you’re curious, just see if your local library has it. A compelling storyline that always keeps the reader guessing and excellent art and colours make this an essential purchase for any Batman fans particularly those who enjoy the investigative storylines. He also isn’t as serious as Bruce is when he’s Batman. Following the Impostors storyline by David Hine, it's the final arc in the original run of Detective Comics before the series was rebooted into a second volume with Faces of Death during The New 52. Batman: The Black Mirror is a fantastic mystery story that kept me interested and reinvigorated old characters and took Dick Grayson and made him a different kind of Batman than Bruce Wayne. It seemed Scott Snyder had planned on the cabal of villains becoming a part of a Batman story, and he just worked it into the Batman reboot. ; Nightmare Fuel: To be expected from Scott Snyder. The art looks really good, and I found it to be very appealing; I also liked the character designs. The plot tells the story of Dick Grayson continued adventures as Batman as Bruce Wayne continues his work for Batman Incorporated. Batman: The Black Mirror is a fantastic mystery story that kept me interested and reinvigorated old characters and took Dick Grayson and made him a different kind of Batman than Bruce Wayne. Fans of Batman hoped that having Dick Grayson as Batman would be something good because people were wondering what would happen to Batman now that Bruce was “gone,” stuck in the past. It’s not a direct link like in Nightwing: Traps and Trapeze by Kyle Higgins, but it’s still an interesting aspect of the story. Batman: The Black Mirror is one of the better collected books out there and Scott Snyder continues to show us why he’s one of the best writers around. You should be able to find it on Amazon or at your local library if they let you borrow comic books. The mystery of the Dealer was also very good.