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Batman: Bloodstorm Written by Doug Moench Art by Kelley Jones and John Beatty The second part in the vampiric trilogy, this book begins where BATMAN RED RAIN ended Batman has destroyed Dracula but at the price of his own humanity Now the famed protector of Gotham is a vampire himself and must battle his own bloodlust as he attempts to be the savior of the innocent But as his isolation and affliction drive the Dark Knight to the brink of insanity, the Joker takes over the remnants of Dracula s undead legions and begins to ravage the city Struggling with his newly acquired dark nature and desire to kill, Batman must choose between the preservation of his own soul and the survival of Gotham A stunning read I didnt see the ending coming, well drawn and inked Cant wait for part 3 Honestly, like most of the output from Doug Moench and Kelley Jones, this just isn t very good After the events of Red Rain, Batman is struggling with his vampirism and his lust for blood while hunting down the remaining vampires in Gotham The Joker takes over leading the vampires and instructs them to turn mobsters and strippers Selina Kyle gets bitten by a vampire in wolf form and turns into a literal Catwoman Moench just makes up whatever mythology he needs to to tie this in with Batman r Honestly, like most of the output from Doug Moench and Kelley Jones, this just isn t very good After the events of Red Rain, Batman is struggling with his vampirism and his lust for blood while hunting down the remaining vampires in Gotham The Joker takes over leading the vampires and instructs them to turn mobsters and strippers Selina Kyle gets bitten by a vampire in wolf form and turns into a literal Catwoman Moench just makes up whatever mythology he needs to to tie this in with Batman related characters even if it doesn t make any sense It s all kind of dumb Kelley Jones s caricature art style is terrible This is the sequel to Red Rain I liked this onethan Red Rain, I thought the story was better and the artwork was solid the artist did a specifically good job on Batman The story is a vampiric batman is hunting down the remnants of dracula s brood that were left from the end of the first graphic novel He fights a coven of vampires being led by the Joker who is non vampire and is taking over Gotham s underworld with the help of the undead Batman with the help of Selina Kyle, who is a w This is the sequel to Red Rain I liked this onethan Red Rain, I thought the story was better and the artwork was solid the artist did a specifically good job on Batman The story is a vampiric batman is hunting down the remnants of dracula s brood that were left from the end of the first graphic novel He fights a coven of vampires being led by the Joker who is non vampire and is taking over Gotham s underworld with the help of the undead Batman with the help of Selina Kyle, who is a werecreature, fights against this horde of vampires A most fabulous sequel to Red Rain, this story introduces the Joker and Catwoman to the gruesome, dark universe of Dracula This was a savage, wonderful story, and it s got all that old school Batman that I ve always loved.Also, the story reminds you enough of the first book so you don t necessarily need to have read it, you can just pick this one up and get to reading.

  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Batman: Bloodstorm
  • Doug Moench
  • English
  • 08 October 2019
  • 1563891859

About the Author: Doug Moench

Doug Moench, is an American comic book writer notable for his Batman work and as the creator of Black Mask, Moon Knight and Deathlok Moench has worked for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics and many other smaller companies he has written hundreds of issues of many different comics, and created dozens of characters, such as Moon Knight In 1973, Moench became the de facto lead writer for the Marvel black and white magazine imprint Curtis Magazines He contributed to the entire runs of Planet of the Apes, Rampaging Hulk continuing on the title when it changed its name to The Hulk and Doc Savage, while also serving as a regular scribe for virtually every other Curtis title during the course of the imprint s existence Moench is perhaps best known for his work on Batman, whose title he wrote from 1983 1986 and then again from 1992 1998 He also wrote the companion title Detective Comics from 1983 1986 Moench is a frequent and longtime collaborator with comics artist Paul Gulacy The pair are probably best known for their work on Shang Chi Master of Kung Fu, which they worked on together from 1974 1977 They also co created Six from Sirius, Slash Maraud, and S.C.I Spy, and have worked together on comics projects featuring Batman, Conan the Barbarian and James Bond.Moench has frequently been paired with the artist and inker team of Kelley Jones and John Beatty on several Elseworlds Graphic Novels and a long run of the monthly Batman comic.


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