Batman Black and White #4

Batman Black and White #4[Reading] ➺ Batman Black and White #4 By Nathan Edmondson – Bluevapours.co.uk The latest issue of the new BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE miniseries serves up new tales of the Dark Knight from the creative talents of Nathan Edmondson and Kenneth Rocafort, Dustin Nguyen, Michael Allred a The latest issue of the and White ePUB ↠ new BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE miniseries serves up new tales of the Dark Knight from the creative talents of Nathan Edmondson and Kenneth Rocafort, Dustin Nguyen, Michael Batman Black PDF \ Allred and Lee Allred, David Macho and Ruben Pellejero and Sean Cheeks Galloway.

Comic book and screenwriter Nathan and White ePUB ↠ Edmondson is a native of Augusta, GA His Eisner nominated book Who Is Jake Elliswill soon be a major motion picture from th Century Fox, and The Batman Black PDF \ Activity film will come soon from Paramount Pictures NPR has listed his work among the Top Comics to Draw You In and USA Today and CNN are among those who have listed Black and White ePUB ´ him in their Top lists Nathan currently lives near Los Angeles, USA.

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Batman Black and White #4
  • Nathan Edmondson
  • English
  • 19 April 2019

10 thoughts on “Batman Black and White #4

  1. Selkie ✦ Queen says:

    This wasn t a stellar issue as far as Batman Black and White standards go I tried to think about how to come up with a decent review but there s not much to say about this particular issue except that I probably enjoyed looking at the artworkthan the writing The five stories presented were simplistic and easy to just set aside after reading I suppose it s suffice to say that style was prioritized over substance There s not enough meat and bones to the stories that would capture and hol This wasn t a stellar issue as far as Batman Black and White standards go I tried to think about how to come up with a decent review but there s not much to say about this particular issue except that I probably enjoyed looking at the artworkthan the writing The five stories presented were simplistic and easy to just set aside after reading I suppose it s suffice to say that style was prioritized over substance There s not enough meat and bones to the stories that would capture and hold someone s imagination for long.I did, however, find some very cute moments in all the stories but the moment is usually fleeting, and as soon as I closed the book, I was not left with any sense of lasting fulfillment I still have issues 5 and 6 and I am hoping that they will fare better I ll be on the look out for the earlier three as well I ve watched a handful of motion comics online for Batman Black and White stories, and most of them have been outstanding so far so I still have expectations that the next issues will set the bar a little higher than what was accomplished here.NOT RECOMMENDED 6 10You re free to skip this one but the first story Ghost of Gothamis actually worth a glimpse.

  2. Hannah says:

    This is the first of the black and white series I ve read The short stories take up about 8 ish pages each, which is a properly challenging limitation And for the most part each story succeeds The art is gorgeous It s seriously the main reason to get this book The first story is my favorite art style I think by Kenneth Rocafort , even though Sean Galloway has the last story and his art is always goals.

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