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Batman: No Man's Land Vol. 2 Paperback – Apr 17 2012

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Greg Rucka's work as a writer includes Whiteout and Queen and Country, Elektra, Batman, 52 and Checkmate. Bob Gale is a screenwriter whose work includes Back to the Future. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Less Consistent Than Volume One... April 23 2012
By Chadwick M. Whitley - Published on
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...but still one of the best Batman stories around. If Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 1 built the foundation and established the status quo of NML, volume 2 builds the world on that foundation. The scope of this book is sprawling and epic as it follows each respective member of the Bat-family in his or her mission to help Batman reclaim Gotham from the physical and moral wreckage that has taken over the city. The result is an entertaining reading experience, but one that is also frustratingly scattered and inconsistent at times. In addition, I also get the feeling that this second volume of a four-part trade collection* is missing some important content that might have provided necessary context for a few of the more dramatic scenes (e.g., the confrontation between Batman and Huntress).

Still...narrative and artistic inconsistencies aside, Batman: No Man's Land Vol. 2 represents an important piece of one of the most groundbreaking Batman stories I've ever read. It's well worth your time.

FYI: This review is based upon the April 2012 repackaging of Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 2.
*Thanks to my fellow customer and commenter below for pointing this out to me!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The adventure continues (to be awesome)! *2012 Complete edition* Dec 31 2012
By Tickles - Published on
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This is the second installment of the newer editions of Batman: No Man's Land.

It includes:
Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #119-121
Batman: Shadow of the Bat #87-88
Batman #567-568
Detective Comics #734-735
Young Justice in No Man's Land #1
Robin #67
Azrael: Agent of the Bat #56-57
Batman Chronicles #17
Nightwing #35-37
Catwoman #72-74

This volume is just as good as Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 1, which you should read before reading this. It throws some more villains in, and even more importantly, some more heroes. Nightwing and Robin finally join the ongoing battle, while a new Batgirl debuts. Penguin continues his business, Two-Face looks to expand his territory, Lock-up runs into some trouble, and Scratch fights Azrael. Azrael is one of the best characters in No Man's Land. His issues were the highlight of the first volume, and they maintain their shine here.

The art, though it varies depending on what series each issue comes from, is overall fantastic. it's nice to see a little change from issue to issue, instead of having the same art throughout. For the 500+ pages you get, the price is really good, especially since all the pages are high quality and in color. As a bonus, all of the original covers are in the back of the book.

The only true blemish is a Catwoman story toward the end. It's a little lame. It features Catwoman facing off against a weird amalgamation of SHIELD and the X-men. Batman sent her to steal from them, but they work for Bruce, but for some reason he just can't get the item himself, and you forget that they're actually not a bad team, but a good team, and--I don't really know. It's confusing.

The last issue was also odd, as it had Batman and Freeze both making puns. Who wrote it? Joel Schumacher? Still, it has some good moments, as does the Catwoman story.

Overall, I definitely recommend this book. It just about stays on par with volume 1 (which was about a 9.7/10) in terms of quality, and continues the aftermath of the earthquake in all new and exciting ways. A must-have for Batman fans, comic book fans, or disaster story fans (indeed, this reads very much like a post-apocalypse story, which is an interesting twist on the usual Gotham tale).

9.5 stars out of 10
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
excellent read May 14 2012
By marsstar - Published on
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it was everything i was looking for in a graphic novel the action was nonstop batman is our favorite comic book character there were many interesting points in the story
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Comic! June 2 2013
By Gustavo Nuñez - Published on
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Great story, amazing artists and the overall quality that is DC's trademark on every dark knight publications. A must for every Batman fan!
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great read April 9 2013
By ali - Published on
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its a great add on to no mans land vol 1 the trade is great quality and stories are great im loving it so far i order all 3 vol and will be ordering the others soon if you like batman this is a great story it counties the story of batman and his troubles after the US left gothem to its own after a great earthquake hit the city and batman must try and keep control