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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Batman Gets Interesting (Again) Sept. 29 2000
By M. Howell - Published on
Format: Paperback
There's a good chance that if you are reading this review, you already know what Batman: No Man's Land is. If not, here's a brief summary. Batman: No Man's Land was a year long crossover that revitalized Batman as he fought to restore a Gotham city shut off from the outside world after a devastating earthquake. Trade paperback number three kicked this storyline into high gear!!!! With awesome stories by Greg Rucka and Devin Grayson, coupled with the art of Mike Deodato and many of comic's best artistic talents, DC pulled out the big guns to make Batman great again!!!!! This trade introduces the new Batgirl (the daughter of the deadly assassin Cain) and made every member of the Batman team shine!!! If you like Batman, or have ever liked Batman, you are certain to enjoy this great and affordable collection!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Two dark premises make for an excellent battle for survival Oct. 25 2011
By Charles Ashbacher - Published on
Format: Paperback
A dark premise in combination with the Dark Knight makes for an excellent story of struggle against the power of darkness. The premise is that a massive earthquake has struck Gotham City and the federal government has declared the city uninhabitable. The residents were ordered to evacuate and then the city was sealed off from the rest of the country. Those that remained are engaged in a ruthless battle for survival with criminal gangs carving out territory. A few sections are controlled by people (such as Police Commissioner Gordon) that genuinely want to make things better, but most are controlled by those with a lust for power. Some of the bosses are the traditional adversaries of Batman such as the Penguin, Two-Face and Mr. Freeze.
Within this mix are Batman in one of his darkest forms as well as Robin and a second generation Batgirl. Superman flies into town with the goal to aid in the recovery and meets Batman, who tells him to get lost. Puzzled, Superman ignores him and flies off to do some good. With the help of an engineer, they are able to get a power generating station back online, but this creates even more problems. Faced with an "I told you so", Superman flies off and leaves the solutions to Batman.
Commissioner Gordon and Batman are not allies; in fact Gordon is showing signs of the same mental instability that plagues Batman. Gordon is so opposed to Batman that he is willing to make a temporary alliance with criminal gangs in order to capture territory from another.
Post-apocalyptic battles to recover civilization have been a staple in literature and the movies for decades, sometimes they are well done and sometimes they are ridiculous. While there are some questionable premises in this story, it is easy to ignore them as Batman and his entourage struggle to restore some modicum of civilization to the ravaged streets. Great artwork and dialog about people under great stress.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
a whole new world May 16 2013
By joseph barsic - Published on
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if you read the 1st 2 volumes you will also like this one. good continuation of the storyline
if you want to see batman without all the toys, just using his wits and intimidation you will love it
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!
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A good Build up to Volume 4... July 16 2007
By MC - Published on
Format: Paperback
First of all, I found volume 3 far better then volume 2.
This Volume is worth a read and those missing Nightwing and Robin will be glad to see their return. Also, there is a great story involving poison Ivy and Clayface and even Superman makes an appearance. Very enjoyable.
If you found Volume 2 to lack some of the qualities of Volume 1, as I did, Volume 3 renews faith in where this epic story is going.

I gave it 3 stars simply because at the same time...It didn't blow my mind. Sure there were some great twists to the story,
The new Batgirl and so forth but generally this is still a build up to the
next Volume.

Also, another reason why I took a Star away from this is because this volume does not include Nightwing #35-39 which deal with Nightwing going to BlackGate, It's simply mentioned in this volume but not shown at all.

Hope this helped!