Batman Black and White #1

Batman Black and White #1➼ [Reading] ➾ Batman Black and White #1 By Chip Kidd ➱ – Bluevapours.co.uk The legendary, Eisner Award winning series BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE returns in a brand new six issue miniseries featuring tales of The Dark Knight by some of comics greatest writers and artists This fir The legendary, Eisner Award winning and White Kindle Ô series BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE returns in a brand new six issue miniseries featuring tales of The Dark Knight by some of comics greatest writers and artists This first issue kicks off with stories by Chip Kidd and Michael Cho, Neal Adams, Joe Quinones and Maris Wicks, John Arcudi and Sean Murphy, and Howard Mackie and Chris Samnee.

Chip Kidd is an American and White Kindle Ô author, editor and graphic designer, best known for his innovative book coversBorn in Reading, Pennsylvania, Kidd grew up in a Philadelphia suburb, strongly influenced by American popular culture While a design student at Penn State, an art instructor once gave the assignment to design a book cover for Museums and Women by John Updike, who is also a Shillington native The teacher panned Kidd s work in front of the class, suggesting that book design would not be a good career choice for him However, Kidd later received professional assignments to design covers Batman Black PDF \ for Memories of the Ford Administration and other books by UpdikeKidd is currently associate art director at Knopf, an imprint of Random House He first joined the Knopf design team in , when he was hired as a junior assistant by Sara EisenmanPublishers Weekly described his book jackets as creepy, striking, sly, smart, unpredictable covers that make readers appreciate books as objects of art as well as literature USA Today called him the closest thing to a rock star in graphic design today, while author James Ellroy has called him the world s greatest book jacket designer.

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Batman Black and White #1
  • Chip Kidd
  • English
  • 15 February 2019

10 thoughts on “Batman Black and White #1

  1. Selkie ✦ Queen says:

    When I picked up the current run for Batman Black and White two months ago, I first read the fourth and fifth issues because those were the only available copies I could buy at the time I received the latter issuewarmly than the former, to be honest Basically, B W is a collection of flash fiction concerning Batman and these stories are drawn in pencil illustrations as the title suggests I have always been intrigued with the concept of writing and drawing Batman in black and white like When I picked up the current run for Batman Black and White two months ago, I first read the fourth and fifth issues because those were the only available copies I could buy at the time I received the latter issuewarmly than the former, to be honest Basically, BW is a collection of flash fiction concerning Batman and these stories are drawn in pencil illustrations as the title suggests I have always been intrigued with the concept of writing and drawing Batman in black and white like a Japanese manga so I was very excited to get started with it then.This very first issue is composed of five stories Familiar names from the credits have already jumped out once I started reading, particularly Chip Kidd, Neal Adams, Joe Quinones, and Michael Cho I claimed that the fifth issue is my favorite yet and this one comes close second In fact, the overall visual look and feel for this is the most impressive and dynamic Cho, Adams and Quinones sketches understandably stood out to me the most The range and detail of their illustrations are just exquisitely rendered page after page The most notable of the three has to be Neal Adams whose art may be drawn in lighter shades than the other two but is probably the most detailed of all He not only illustrated the story but he also wrote it, and it was a social commentary that questions Batman s heroism and symbol of justice It was my favorite story out of the five because it forced me to question again the limited scope of Batman s ability to fight crime Sure, he battles a colorful array of deadly villains and targets and destroys organized crime in Gotham City but how about the small injustices that occur in the daily lives of its citizens Neal Adams story gives us a glimpse of how much Bruce Wayne himself as a person of immense wealth can also make a difference beyond being a vigilante.My second favorite story is the one about Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy as drawn by Joe Quinones, who is one of the artists for Batman 66 His visual style had a groovy vibe to it which suited the comedic narrative pretty well It was definitely reminiscent of both the sixties Batman and Paul Dini s animated series, and it s quite an irresistible combination The other three stories were enjoyable too, but these two are the ones I favored the most I could only hope the next issues will be commendable collections as well.RECOMMENDED 8 10DO READ MORE ABOUT MY BATMAN REVIEWS IN

  2. Sam Quixote says:

    Brilliant return of the critically acclaimed Batman Black and White series gets off to a tremendous start Maris Wicks story stands out as she writes a great Harley and Ivy tale, though, for better or worse, Neal Adams Batman Zombie story steals the issue Read the full review here Brilliant return of the critically acclaimed Batman Black and White series gets off to a tremendous start Maris Wicks story stands out as she writes a great Harley and Ivy tale, though, for better or worse, Neal Adams Batman Zombie story steals the issue Read the full review here

  3. Kezia says:

    I hope DC keeps making stuff like this, it s brilliant 4.5 stars

  4. Al says:

    Six styles on Batman the kitsch pop art, foolish and nonsense, almost psychedelic, to a 60 s Batman Don t Know Where, Don t Know When written by Chip Kidd illustrated by Michael Cho , the deforming and engaged sketches which fit like a rotten glove on a Batman Zombie written and illustrated by Neal Adams , the funny and clean mangai on Justice is Served written by Joe Quinones illustrated by Maris Wicks , the psychological thriller Driven written by John Arcudi illustrated Six styles on Batman the kitsch pop art, foolish and nonsense, almost psychedelic, to a 60 s Batman Don t Know Where, Don t Know When written by Chip Kidd illustrated by Michael Cho , the deforming and engaged sketches which fit like a rotten glove on a Batman Zombie written and illustrated by Neal Adams , the funny and clean mangai on Justice is Served written by Joe Quinones illustrated by Maris Wicks , the psychological thriller Driven written by John Arcudi illustrated by Sean Murphy , the noir on Head Games story by Howard Mackie art by Chris Samnee Unfortunately, the artists freedom tends to prioritize his own expression and lacks deepness on characters

  5. Sarah says:

    These vignettes grant glimpses of the good, the bad, the absurd and the hokey pokey of Gotham City From Harley and Poison Ivy dispensing kick ass justice while Batman stands by benignly or helplessly to the uber weird Zombie Batman, each artist renders their vision of a glance into Batman s world and legacy.

  6. Francis Fernandez says:

    A bunch of mini stories from different artists and writers It s a nice collection of various stories that give different viewpoints of Batman and his enemies It s not bad, it s not great, but it s still good enough to check out.

  7. Patrick says:

    That Neal Adams story was great, I d love for him to do a series of issues like that.

  8. Chandra says:

    I like the concept of having a variety of Batman stories collected together, especially since each was a little different I haveissues to read through, so we ll see how the idea holds up.

  9. Ariana says:

    So, I think this was a great start.

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