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eBook Batman: Crimson Mist ePub

by Doug Moench,Kelley Jones,John Beatty,Gregory Wright

  • ISBN: 1563894955
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Doug Moench,Kelley Jones,John Beatty,Gregory Wright
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics; First Edition/ First Printing edition (October 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 96
  • ePub book: 1202 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1289 kb
  • Other: azw lit doc mobi
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 221

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by Doug Moench (Author), Kelley Jones (Illustrator), John Beatty (Illustrator), Gregory Wright (Colorist) & 1 more. No considero cinco estrellas ya que me hubiera gustado ver a un Batman un poco mas humano en Crimson Mist, y quizas una historia un poco menos apresurada.

by Doug Moench (Author), Kelley Jones (Illustrator), John Beatty (Illustrator), Gregory Wright (Colorist) & 1 more. 3 people found this helpful.

The Batman & Dracula trilogy was written by Doug Moench and penciled by Kelley Jones. Unlike Dorscheid, Wright colored the art digitally.

Crimson Mist": In the wake of the vampiric Batman's death, Gotham City becomes overrun by a variety of "freaks" . Penciler Kelley Jones dedicated this book to the late Christopher Lee, one of the most iconic actors to ever portray Dracula.

Crimson Mist": In the wake of the vampiric Batman's death, Gotham City becomes overrun by a variety of "freaks", including the Scarecrow, Killer Croc, and the recently-maddened Harvey Dent  . Images from Batman: Crimson Mist. Batman Recommended Reading.

Batman: Crimson Mist. Moench has frequently been paired with the artist and inker team of Kelley Jones and John Beatty on several Elseworlds Graphic Novels and a long run of the monthly Batman comic. Other books in the series. Batman: Vampire (3 books). Books by Doug Moench. Mor. rivia About Batman: Crimson Mist.

Written by Doug Moench; Art by Kelley Jones and John Beatty The second part in the vampiric trilogy, this book begins where BATMAN: RED RAIN ended. Batman has destroyed Dracula but at the price of his own humanity. Now the famed protector of Gotham is a v. Similar Free eBooks. Networking for Dummies-For Dummies; 7th Ed. 435 Pages·2004·9. 24 MB·66,588 Downloads. Doug Lowe has written a whole bunch of computer books, including more than 35 For Dummies books Networking for.

Doug Moench, Kelley Jones, and John Beatty finally, FINALLY get to release the long-awaited final chapter of the Batman vampire trilogy.

Art by: Eduardo Barreto, John Beatty, Kelley Jones. Cover by: Kelley Jones. Written by: Doug Moench. On Sale Date: Mar 19 2014.

Comic Title: Batman: Crimson Mist. Publisher: DC Comics. Alternatives: N/A. Author/Artist: Doug Moench, John Beatty, Gregory Wright. Genres: action, adventure, crime, horror, mystery, oneshot, psychological, vampires. Publication Run: 1998. Synopsis: Cursed by Dracula& kiss and the Joker& foul blood, I am beyond redemption, and soon to pass beyond caring. Read Batman: Crimson Mist Issues at Comicpunch. net! Batman Crimson Mist. Thank you for reading Batman: Crimson Mist at Comicpunch.

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Comments

Mala Mala
I had the original two books in paperback I had been looking for this to finish off my run can believe I found this at a great price loved the story and Batman as a vampire.
Bragis Bragis
good book. very good storyline to follow from start to finish...shows the strength of the writers and animators...would recommend highly..
Gnng Gnng
excellent story
Mogelv Mogelv
Este es un muy buen libro que completa la trilogia de vampiros (Red Rain y Bloodstorm siendo los otros dos), el arte es continuo con los libros anteriores y el relato excelente. Personalmente creo que Red Rain cuenta la mejor historia, Bloodstorm (mi favorito) entra de lleno en el mundo del detective y Crimson Mist da un buen termino a la serie. No considero cinco estrellas ya que me hubiera gustado ver a un Batman un poco mas humano en Crimson Mist, y quizas una historia un poco menos apresurada.
Jay Jay
Batman fights against his nature where he can, buy giving into the bloodlust where he can - essentially, Gordon and Alfred and other "decent" citizens are safe (so much so he tells him to stay back because he can hear his pulse) but the evildoers, Batman uses his lust as a pre-text to drink their blood.i can't believe that batman gave into his bloodlust and drained joker of his blood
Honeirsil Honeirsil
One reviewer claims this is not a Batman tale like the first two, but instead a vampire tale using Batman as a device (my paraphrase). His point is well taken and understandable, but ultimately, I disagree. Batman is brought back from the grave. The Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, Penguin, and Two-Face are the villains at center stage and Gordon is disparate and needs the Batman.

Batman fights against his nature where he can, buy giving into the bloodlust where he can - essentially, Gordon and Alfred and other "decent" citizens are safe (so much so he tells him to stay back because he can hear his pulse) but the evildoers, Batman uses his lust as a pre-text to drink their blood.

In the end, Batman compartmentalizes his morality and knows it is wrong. So when Jim Gordon, before the rocks form an explosion fall on him, prays for God's mercy on their souls, the Batman has no doubt Jim and Alfred deserve and will receive that mercy; however, he doubts he will. He is full of sin, blackened.

This ending alone can stir debate and discussion. Does Batman receive mercy, after all, isn't his end a form of repentance? This third installment richly weaves a narrative with the two previous books. This is a Batman story and is a great graphic novel trilogy.
FEISKO FEISKO
I read these in order fairly close together with this being the third and final installment in the series. Not only is this the last one, it's easily the worse one in my book. I understand how some may love it for it's tales of angst of good vs evil and pre vs post vampire batman and who's really less evil then who...but wow I did not care for this. The proper ending did not justify having to trudge through the rest of this story. Beside the supporting cast of characters, this is nothing that resembles a batman tale. They should have stopped after the second. Not only did that one end perfectly, but this sends it into another direction that many of us would rather not see our hero go. This is worth reading only for the completionists. Over the top killing left and right and ugly looking drawings of a vampire batman await those who dare take the challenge.
Don't get me wrong, Batman as a vampire is the most compelling concept I've come across in comic-land. The first two books were so cool and intense that years later I still read it with eyes intent on the page. I can't say for others, but for me it speaks of the heart's deep inner urges, longings, appetites, and pent-up rage and regrets. Bloodstorm was, for me, the penultimate description of the human condition. Only Christie Golden's book, "Vampire of the Mists," can touch what the creators have done in this trilogy.
Having said that, I must admit that the third installment here carries two basic flaws:
First of all, it loses touch with what makes Batman a living, pulsing character. I can't speak for others, but I can't identify with an unleashed, hell-bent-for-slaughter-and-mayhem Batman pushed past an insanity even the Joker never had. This Batman kills without compunction, guilt, recrimination, or reserve. He's ten times worse than any criminal he savages, and he's SCARY in ways that Batman never was meant to be, even in Elseworlds!
Second and more importantly for me, he looks U-G-L-Y ...with a capital UGH! I don't WANT to look at an animated rotting dessicated corpse of a once-Batman-turned savage killer running about tearing out necks and cutting off heads! I can only handle so much gore, and the creators gave more to spare here!
Call me silly, but one of the reasons I loved the first two installments is that Batman looked so COOL as a vampire! All shadows and cape and fangs ...he was creepy, but in a COOL way. He was all that Batman pretended to be... for real! But this Batman is just an ugly, insane monster.
Aside from all that, it was still a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy. The end of Bloodstorm left me hanging, sad, and wanting more. Crimson Mist left me with a feeling of closure, as Batman dissolves into dust, leaving his cape behind to find that peace that he so longingly searched for.