Batman: Nosferatu

Batman Nosferatu Under Clarc and Lois enlightened rule Metropolis has begun to progress However some resist that progress such as Dr Arkham the head of an asylum who holds psychomantic seances for the entertainme

  • Title: Batman: Nosferatu
  • Author: Randy Lofficier Jean-Marc Lofficier Ted McKeever
  • ISBN: 9781563893797
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • Under Clarc and Lois enlightened rule, Metropolis has begun to progress However, some resist that progress, such as Dr Arkham, the head of an asylum, who holds psychomantic seances for the entertainment of the depraved rich of Metropolis The star of these is the Laughing Man , a white faced, murderous creature, a prototype cyborg built by Lutor from one of Arkham sUnder Clarc and Lois enlightened rule, Metropolis has begun to progress However, some resist that progress, such as Dr Arkham, the head of an asylum, who holds psychomantic seances for the entertainment of the depraved rich of Metropolis The star of these is the Laughing Man , a white faced, murderous creature, a prototype cyborg built by Lutor from one of Arkham s patients Many other patients in the asylum are also experiments of Lutor, driven mad by his work When Eschevin Gordon tries to close Arkham down, the doctor sends the Laughing Man to kill him Attorney Dirk Grayson becomes suspicious of Arkham, but he, too, is killed by the Laughing Man Dirk s friend, Bruss Wayne, and their mutual love interest Barbera Gordon, are then drawn to investigate Arkham, after being turned down by the police and apparently ignored by the Super Man and Lois, who have greater concerns that require his attention.Wayne discovers Arkham is in league with the new Chancellor, Henderson, and that the two are manipulating the city s aristocrats via knowledge of their secrets and the shows in the cabinet He also hears the two plotting to kill both himself and Barbera with the Laughing Man But, during an attempted escape by the inmates in the asylum, he is captured and thrown into a great pit, at the bottom of which lie vast, sentient computers who once built Metropolis and still sustain it and watch over humanity They turn Wayne into the Nosferatu and send him back to the city above.The Nosferatu saves Barbera and kills the Laughing Man, before attacking Arkham in his asylum As he fights the orderlies, the inmates hail him as the Master While confronting both Dr Arkham and Henderson, the latter armed with a gun scavenged from Lutor s old lair and powered by the green stone taken from Lutor s chest, the Super Man appears to investigate at Wayne son s behest and is wounded by the weapon before the Nosferatu hurls Hender son from the tower.He is then confronted by the Superman, who believes there is no place for creatures of shadow in his city of light, while the Nosferatu calls him na ve and claims the inmates as his responsibility They fight, eventually falling down into the underworld Their battle is inconclusive, with each mortally wounding the other However, the ancient machines reveal themselves to the Superman and he realizes that there can be no light without shadows The Nosferatu s job is to catch these shadows The machines restore both combatants, and the Superman accepts his control over the dark Bruss Wayne ends up in charge of the asylum where Arkham is now a prisoner, trying to convince anyone who will listen that the new director is the Nosferatu.

    Batman Nosferatu DC Database FANDOM powered by Wikia The story of Batman Nosferatu is patterned after The Cabinet of Dr Caligari and, to a lesser extent, Nosferatu Batman Nosferatu is the second of the trilogy after Superman s Metropolis and before Wonder Woman Blue . Batman Nosferatu Randy Lofficier, Jean Marc Lofficier Aug , Batman Nosferatu is the second part in DC c ambitious German expressionist trilogy first Superman s Metropolis Elseworlds , third Wonder Woman The Blue Taken as a part of a whole, Nosferatu takes daring steps in continuing the world that was created with Metropolis. Batman Nosferatu comic Read Batman Nosferatu comic Elseworlds oneshot that combines Batman with several classics of German Expressionist cinema including Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr Caligari It was the middle part of a trilogy that included Superman s Metropolis and Wonder Woman The Blue . Batman Nosferatu Volume Comic Vine Batman Nosferatu issues No recent wiki edits to this page Elseworlds oneshot that combines Batman with several classics of German Expressionist cinema including Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr Caligari It was the middle part of a trilogy that included Superman s Metropolis and Wonder Woman The Blue . Batman Nosferatu by Randy Lofficier Batman Nosferatu is an Elseworlds imprint Written by Jean Marc Lofficier and Randy Lofficier, and illustrated by Ted McKeever It is patterned after the classic films The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, Metropolis, and, to a lesser extent, Nosferatu, despite the title It is the second part in a trilogy based on German Expressionist Cinema.

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    About “Randy Lofficier Jean-Marc Lofficier Ted McKeever

    • Randy Lofficier Jean-Marc Lofficier Ted McKeever

      She has co authored a dozen books about movies and television, several novels, as well as numerous comics and translations, including the Moebius graphic novels She has also contributed scripts to animated series such as The Real Ghostbusters and Duck Tales, among others In 1990, in recognition of their distinguished career as comic book writers, translators and editors, Randy and Jean Marc were presented with the Inkpot Award for Outstanding Achievement in Comic Arts.

    997 thoughts on “Batman: Nosferatu

    • There are absolutely godawful Batman books and then there are Batman Elseworlds books, many of which somehow found a level even lower than rock-bottom quality - in fact, I might’ve found the worst of them all with Batman: Nosferatu! I gather it’s supposed to have something to do with the (sorta) famous silent movies Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr Caligari but I’ve never seen either so couldn’t tell you how effective a parody/mashup it is of them. And, my word, Randy and Jean-Marc Loffic [...]


    • A meshing of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Nosferatu with the Batman mythos. Set in the same Elseworld as Superman: Metropolis. This works a little better than the first story as we step away from Metropolis impressionism and into The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari's madness. Ted McKeever's highly stylized art works better with this story as well.


    • A remarkable retelling of the Batman mythos. Set in an expressionist version of Metropolis, the Batman characters are set and transformed into characters in a graphic novel that draws heavily (but not mindlessly) on Murnau's "Cabinet of Doctor Caligari". The spiritual descent of Bruss Wayne-Son and his transformation into Nosferatu is impressive, particulary in his struggle with the city's other champion, Super-Man. Visually, Batman: Nosferatu is a delight for those whose tastes rotate to the tw [...]


    • The artwork is beautiful and unusual. The story of the Gothic Dr Markham and the laughing man intriguing. The writing, however, is awful and it takes a lot of concentration to work out what is going on. An OK read for the artwork alone.


    • Impressed with the art and the concept, but a bit disappointed with the plot. Nosferatu could have come earlier, and the transformation should be more drastic and could use more pages.



    • Concept: Duits expressionisme. Deel één is een vertaling van Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. Deel twee is een mashup van Das Kabinet des Dr Caligari en Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens. De werkers zijn bevrijd, Metropolis wordt bestuurd door Lois en Clarc. Slechterik van dienst is Dr. Arkham, de baas van het zothuis (voor wie Lutor een cyborg bouwde, de “Laughing Man”). Bruss Wayne-son ontdekt allerlei shenanigans, wordt in de diepte gesmeten en wordt Nosferatu (Batman!). Cue gevecht tusse [...]


    • Not at all what I was expecting, in a great way. A radical revamp (hardy har) of the Batman character and of the entire DC universe as well (for example, Metropolis, with its double entedre, and not Gotham, is the setting) done up in eerie, German Expressionist-inspired artwork. Another gem in the DC Elseworlds series.


    • Sequel to a previous Elseworlds story Superman's Metropolis. The art style is the same, and I personally seriously don't like it. The story was even less interesting, so I can't really recommend this to anyone.There's a third book in this series called Wonder Woman: The Blue .




    • Sebagai pecinta aliran naturalisme, nangis darah deh melihat gambar2 di buku ini Tadi sulit menikmati jalan ceritanya kalau sulit menikmati gambarnya.Forgive my limited art-sense.




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