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by DC Comics

  • ISBN: 0446395218
  • Category: Comics & Graphic
  • Author: DC Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; 499 edition (March 1, 1993)
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Batman: Prey is a five-part storyline written by Doug Moench and illustrated by Paul Gulacy, taking place in Batman's earlier years.

Batman: Prey is a five-part storyline written by Doug Moench and illustrated by Paul Gulacy, taking place in Batman's earlier years. Hugo Strange attacks Batman psychologically while working with the Gotham City Police Department's new anti-vigilante task force, contributing to the creation of a brutal new vigilante named Night-Scourge. Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #14.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Batman is pushed to the brink of insanity as he is challenged by the twisted Hugo Strange, the mysterious Night Scourge.

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Prey" is a Batman comic book story arc written by Doug Moench, with art by Paul Gulacy and Terry Austin. It was originally published in five parts by DC Comics from September 1990 through February 1991 for Legends of the Dark Knight, issues 11 through 15, and later compiled as a trade paperback. Prey is set during the early days of Batman's career as he is struggling to earn the trust of the public and form a working relationship with James Gordon, who is still just a police captain.

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The hunting of Batman Begins, as Strange turns the whole city against him, and creates a sinister shadow of the Batman, the brutal Night-Scourge

The hunting of Batman Begins, as Strange turns the whole city against him, and creates a sinister shadow of the Batman, the brutal Night-Scourge. The Dark Knight is bringing justice to the streets of Gotham City in this incredible hardback book, brought to you by the Legend of Batman Graphic Novel Collection, but his one-man war has its consequences.

Published 1992 by DC Comics (first published 1990). Doug Moench wrote a lot of Batman comics in the early 90s and none of them were any good. The Knightfall Trilogy where Bane famously broke Batman’s back was wayyy too long and his other books, like the more recent Batman: Unseen with Kelley Jones, have been similarly terrible.

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Batman is pushed to the brink of insanity as he is challenged by the twisted Hugo Strange, the mysterious Night Scourge, and the competitive Catwoman
Reviews about Batman: Prey (4):
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Amazing writing, plot, and character development. I won't give the story away (anymore than from what is already known or told in previous reviews), but I highly recommend this story as it features a new Batman, a mysterious and intellectually stimulating villain (Strange), and an interaction between all characters major and minor in the Gotham City of this time. The highlights are Strange's psychological deductions about who the man behind the cowl must be. The writers must have read up on Freud and others in order to write Strange's machinations so well. (I have a degree in psychology, so my inner nerd really ate this up.) The only reason I give this story 4 stars, instead of the full 5, is because the ending is a little clumsy and far-fetched (especially with how Strange gets resolved in the end) and there are a few minor loopholes that the writers could have thought through a bit better, but all in all, a great Batman story.
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I easily consider this one of the best stories that ran in the "Legend of the Dark Knight" series (this book reprints #11-15) up till now (this one and "Gothic"). Batman, the hunter, becomes the hunted when the major demands him arrested. Captain Gordon is to form a special squad to do so, which shall be master-planned by psycho-analist Dr. Hugo Strange. While Strange shall try to unravel the mystery 'who is Batman' by logical psychological deduction, a street squad will do the fieldwork. Only it turns out that Dr. Strange himself isn't very sane and that he plans to reach far more than just the arrest of Batman, using whatever means neccesary. Meanwhile Batman is having a hard time to keep himself thinking straight. Something that proves to be difficult during the schemes of the mad Dr. Strange.
This is really a well written Batman story that will especially appeal to those who like "The Killing Joke". The art looks a lot like the art of Brian Bolland and, even more importantly, the theme and atmosphere of the story are very much alike (the theme, not the plot). A dark psychological thriller. It's really good to see is that the things that happen during the story aren't just coincedences but happen for a reason, and are backed with arguments. A small example of that is that when Dr. Strange concludes that 'the man behind the mask must be a wealthy man' it's backed up with the argument "The man must be wealthy since he's up all night and therefore doesn't have time to work a job in the daytime, but still has so much expensive devises". Things don't come out of thin air, like what unfortunately seems to happen in too many other books. And like this little example, everything else that happens also fits and is made to look logical. What is also a good thing is that you don't know how it's exactly gonna end untill you're at the last couple of pages. Just when you think you figured Dr. Strange's next move out, the plot twists. It isn't predictable anywhere and therefore never becomes boring. If you're looking to pick up a good Batman story besides the ones who got a lot of attention already (like "Killing Joke", "Dark Knight Returns", "Long Halloween", "Year One" etc. etc.), this would certainly be a good choice.
Weiehan
This book collects the Prey storyline that ran in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight. A very tense Batman book which also depicts the first meeting between Batman and the twisted Dr. Hugo Strange. In this book, Bats makes a lot of mistakes and he has let Dr. Strange get to him. Also introduces the Bat Signal and the Batmobile. It's really good to see Batman as a human being who goofs up and get ticked off by someone else. One disappointment I have with this book is Catwoman. It's as if she's just there. She didn't really contribute anything to the story.
Yndanol
This is a compilation of issues from early in the Legends of the Dark Knight series. Moench takes a crack at Hugo Strange, and looks at him from a different point of view.

Less of the supervillain mad scientist, and more of the crazed nutjob variety. When Strange finds a cop that is similarly unhinged, Batman has some problems.

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