The two Noir stories (Spider-Man Noir and Eyes Without a Face) are pretty dark, and so is Spider-Man Reign. They're both great reads.
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@paperdemon: Am I seriously the ONLY one who actually liked the art in SSM? It just feels so fitting to the tone of the series.
Both SSM and TAS were great shows, both where aimed towards kids, and both managed to appeal to all ages.
Top 10????.......are there even 5 Spider-Man graphic novels out there?.....
This. None of the books listed above qualifies as a graphic novel (maybe except for Reign).
Both are among my favorite characters (and both are characters I started reading lately), but Batman is undoubtedly the better character. When it comes to tech, Tony obviously has the edge, and I bet he's also much richer than Bruce (not that it actually matters, both have just as much money as the plot needs them to have anyway), and one could argue that he's smarter than Bruce, but when it comes to story, movies, villians, etc., Batman is obviously the superior hero.
I haven't read either, but the Batman Vol 3. one collects the main story (only Batman issues), whilst the Joker: DotF one collects all tie-ins and a little bit of the actual story (in the same fashion as City of Owls and Night of the Owls).
Hi y'all! I know there have been a lot of topics like this already, but none of them is of any specific help to me, so I thought I might as well just open my own.
I've been getting into Batman comics lately and this what I have read so far (not necessarily in order except for numbers 1 and 10):
- Year One
- The Man Who Laughs
- A Death in the Family
- The Killing Joke
- The Long Halloween
- Dark Victory
- The Dark Knight Returns
- Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth
- Dark Moon Rising (Batman and the Monster Men & Batman and the Mad Monk)
And this are the books that I'm planning on reading next (in that order, though obviously I'm open for suggestions):
- Batman: Prey
- The Joker by Brian Azzarello
- Robin: Year One
- Batgirl: Year One
- Under the Hood
- Arkham Asylum: Living Hell
- Batman: Venom
- Batman: Mad Love
- Knightfall (inc. Knightquest and Knightsend)
Obviously, this will keep me busy for a while (especially Knightfall), but I don't really know what to read after that so I'm open for recommendations :)
Also, I'd like to know what are your thoughts on No Man's Land, Batman R.I.P and Battle for the Cowl (and in what order I should read these 3).