We all love our fantasy superheroes with or without mask. But Batman, he is the favourite for most of the world because He’s Batman. But mine personally favourite is Spidey if you wanted to know. I know you didn’t but still. Here today our blog welcomes all Batman fans to our blog “Top 5 Epic Batman Comics Rated 2018”. I sometimes am curious after watching a superhero movie that is there anybetter? But i already know the answer that there many many comics that i haven’t eeven heard about. Not movies but still reading comics is like playing your own movie in your head. Fans will get it.
Top 5 Epic Batman Comics Rated 2018
So this is where our list begins of Top 5 Epic Batman Comics:-
5. Batman: The Man Who Laughs by Ed Brubaker & Doug Mahnke
Batman: The Man Who Laughs is a one-shot prestige format comic book by Ed Brubaker and Doug Mahnke. Released in February 2005, and intended as a successor to Batman: Year One. This comic is in our list of Top 5 Epic Batman Comics for a reason which you will know when you read this. A mad man is targeting Gotham’s elite and next on his hit list is millionaire playboy Bruce Wayne. This is Batman’s introduction to his most nefarious villain, the Joker. Where Alan Moore’s The Killing Joke tells the origin of the Clown Prince of Crime, The Man Who Laughs details the first tussle between Joker and Batman.
Brubaker is one of the best crime writers in comics. He manages to bring some of that noir flair to The Man Who Laughs while maintaining the proper tone and pace for a good Batman yarn. To my knowledge this is the only story to ever suggest that, like Bruce Wayne, the Joker had to practice to perfect his art. And that’s ultimately what makes the Joker so frightening. His psychosis is not chaotic, not as random as you might think. There’s a methodology and a purposefulness to many of his actions.
4. Justice League of America: Tower of Babel by Mark Waid & Howard Porter
This is one of the most facinating story of batman. It totally deserved to be in our list of Top 5 Epic Batman Comics. JLA: Tower of Babel was written by Mark Waid and illustrated by Howard Porter, Steve Scott, Drew Geraci and Mark Propst. The story was published in the comic book series JLA from July to October, 2000. Two stories solidified the notion that Batman can kick anyone’s ass. The first was Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns, where Batman outwits and outduels Superman, the other is Mark Waid’s excellent JLA story, Tower of Babel.
Batman, we discover, has a plan for everything. That includes what to do if any of his allies in the Justice League go rogue. He’s prepared to take down any of his friends when necessary. And when an enemy unlocks those secret plans and uses them against the JLA, we get to see Batman’s obsessive planning come to fruition. Superman fans look right in the poster.
3. Batman: Hush by Jeph Loeb & Jim Lee
Batman: Hush is a twelve-part Batman storyline written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Jim Lee. Jeph Loeb has mastered the lengthy storyline that cycles through Batman’s Rogues Gallery. Usually these are stories from Batman’s past, but Hush is a modern tale that uses some of the same clever gimmicks as The Long Halloween. We’re left to wonder at the identity of a new mastermind villain named Hush who’s playing all of Batman’s old enemies in an effort to ruin the Dark Knight’s life. It’s a mystery with a controversial resolution, but if the journey is what matters, well, then Hush belongs on the list of the Top 5 Epic Batman Comics list.
2. Batman: Dark Victory by Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale
.Batman: Dark Victory was a 14-part comic book limited series written by Jeph Loeb and drawn by Tim Sale. The series is a sequel to Batman: The Long Halloween and was published originally from 1999 – 2000 by DC Comics. The plot centers on a series of murders involving Gotham City police officers by a mysterious serial killer only known as The Hangman. Central to the storyline is a territory war between Two-Face and the remnants of the Falcone mob led by Sofia Falcone.
Sequel to the wildly successful Long Halloween, Dark Victory offers another year-long look into Batman’s early career. It is a continuation of Long Halloween, picking up on some loose threads from the original and doesn’t stand quite as well on its own. The biggest addition is Robin. The Boy Wonder’s origin is retold in more depth than ever before. Why would Batman want a partner? No, the real question is: Why would anyone want to partner with Batman?
What stands strongest in Dark Victory is the smart and effective re-imagining of the first Robin’s origin. We tend to accept that Dick Grayson became Robin because he was adopted by Batman. That’s pretty shallow reasoning. Dark Victory gives us a little more substance.
1. The Batman Who Laughs
This is my favourite Batman comics. I love it when heroes go badass. Isn’t it cool that the saviours are fed up with mess and they take another decision to clean the place other way.
The Batman of Earth -22 was drugged and captured by the Joker who went on to destroy Gotham City. The Clown Prince Of Crime killed Batman’s entire rogue’s gallery, murdered Jim Gordon by dissolving him, set the city alight by blowing up various buildings, and had his goons line up families so he could kill the parents and infected their children with Joker toxin, all in front of Batman. The Caped Crusader eventually managed to break free of his bonds in a murderous rage and brutally beat the Joker before snapping his neck, killing him.
Two days later, Batman explained to Superman that the reason Joker went so far was that he was dying from the chemicals that transformed him many years ago. However, although Joker succeeded in making him break his “one rule”, Batman refused to let that turn him into a monster like the clown wanted. With the GCPD and Arkham Asylum in ruins, Superman had the “Jokerized” children quarantined at S.T.A.R. Labs while Batman returned to the Batcave to begin running some tests. Superman mentions how one of the children nearly tore a doctor’s throat out, and then Batman laughs, surprising both of them.
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