This prestige format one-shot co-stars Bane, the man who broke Batman's back. Now he's back so to speak to wreak havoc on Gotham City, with a little help from some nuclear weapons. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Rick Burchett. This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available. Dynamic Forces Edition. Co-stars Bane, the man who broke Batman's back. Written by Peter J. The title says it all! Now, Batman has returned to take Gotham City back - by force! The only thing standing in his way?
Get ready for the grudge match of the year! Art by Scot Eaton and Jaime Mendoza. The Dark Knight battles the powerful foe who once broke his back in this new, hard-hitting collection! Bane is back - and he's out to break Gotham City as he broke Batman. All he needs to get the job done is a few nuclear weapons!
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Batman Bane 1. Batman Bane 1DF. Available Stock Add to want list This item is not in stock. Issue 1A. Forever Evil Aftermath Batman vs. Bane 1A. It makes for a very compelling read. I was rooting for Bane. I wanted him to harden up. I wanted him to stare into the abyss and become the darkness—that, after all, was the only way he could survive. I wanted him to rise up as a hero, a god to all of the inmates and ultimately find his freedom.
And throughout all of that I was hooked. The character you see throughout this origin is more than capable of beating anyone who crosses his path.
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The venom gimmick is just that, a gimmick. My problem is with his whole plan to break the bat. Makes sense.
But in the comics, Bane had dreams about fighting a giant bat creature and then a fellow inmate mentioned that the sprawling city he comes from is controlled by a Batman. Bane then decides that Gotham will be the first place he goes when he escapes and he will crush the Batman. Worse, the actual prison-break that the whole story leads up to has very little payoff. Two of his fellow inmates and future henchman drag the story down as well because they are so overly campy. As I said, the whole thing goes downhill once the prison starts experimenting on him with venom and he ultimately reaches Gotham.
Things just happen without any real context all so Bane and Batman can meet for 2 pages. BUT there will be a day when you will know my name and I will hurt you then. No good reason is given for his mask except that it is referred to as a headpiece.
Oh well, it looks cool. Cool mask, terrible suit. The tactical vest that was used in The Dark Knight Rises is a far superior look. Right from the very first page I was amazed at what a difference coloring and inking can make. There will be spoilers. Also, League of Shadows sounds much cooler. Bane is on a quest to find his father when he runs into the League of Assassins and joins them for the upcoming Legacy arc. Every good story has to have a character with some sort of desire. In Vengeance of Bane it was to escape prison. Not very captivating. Bane of the Demon gives us a Bane whose motivations are ephemeral and unexplained and that keeps the story from being that intriguing.