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10 thoughts on “Batman: Gotham by Gaslight

  1. says:

    3.5 Stars The Year Is 1889. Wealthy Gentleman Bruce Wayne has returned from his long and mysterious Europe trip after years of absence He is a man with a mission, and the mission compels him to don the cape of the bat to fight the evils of the dark Alas, Just like the bat, someone else has


  2. says:

    Batman in the Victorian Age This TPB edition collects Batman Gotham by Gaslight and Batman Master of the Future , the two part of the elsewords miniseries Victorian Batman.Creative Team Writer Brian AugustynIllustrator Mike Mignola Eduardo BarretoInker P Craig Russell Letterers John Workman Wil


  3. says:

    Wait, wait let me get this straight you re going to give me Batman in a Victorian tinged Gotham And he s going to face off against Jack the Ripper And people will say things like toff and rubbish and tartlet Okay, well, maybe just the first two Sign me up for those shenanigans Sounds pretty good, right We


  4. says:

    I didn t bother with the second story becuase I was so disappointed with the first, and the reviews on here have said that it s honestly not that good So the rest of this Listen to that phrase steampunk batman What a lovely phrase it is What promise it shows Especially when Jack the Ripper is also involved Ah


  5. says:

    There s a certain expectation when you see something claiming to be Victorian Era Batman, and that expectation is what you mostly get Unless, of course, you wanted some detective to shine through since there won t be any gadgets because there isn t any mystery solving in here Not really I mean, a mystery or two g


  6. says:

    We re at the fin de si cle here in Batman Gaslight With seemingly well researched history to match, this story would seem unique and enjoyable, until we linger too long and finally read beyond the first ten pages Just as the initial depiction of Sigmund Freud seems akin to a cardboard cutout that an actually fleshed


  7. says:

    I ve been going back to Mignola s pre Hellboy work I read this Batman elseworld ages ago The art was part Steampunk, part Year One The story was fantastic Batman versus Jack the Ripper I loved it then and I still loved it today.


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  9. says:

    The concept behind this was so intriguing to me I could not wait to devour the story, and then, it was classic mystery pattern.Innocuous secondary character, introduced early, forgotten, then is the villain.Yawn.The part I really liked, was how well Bruce Wayne was framed and nearly hung for the crimes.I do hope they do with th


  10. says:

    The foremost thing I have always loved about Batman and his stories is the air of dark mystery and malicious intrigue that surrounds its pages I also grew up with detective fiction and I remember that the very first Batman comic book I read in passing had the same elements I enjoyed about said genre in the first place I was so drawn


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About the Author: Brian Augustyn

Augustyn got his start in the industry in 1986 as an editor for Tru Studios Trollords He then edited Syphons and Speed Racer for NOW Comics in 1987 In 1988, he joined DC, starting out as a co editor on Action Comics during its period as a weekly title.During the late 1980s and early 1990s Augustyn was an editor for DC Comics, where he edited The Flash, Justice League and the Impact Comics line