Wedding bells are ringing in Gotham Cityand the criminal underworld is determined to silence them! Following The Jokers discovery that Batman and Catwoman are getting married, Gotham Citys villains jump into action. If they are going to lose one of their own, its not going to be so that their greatest enemy can be happy!Spinning out of the pages of DC NATION and leading up to Tom Kings BATMAN VOL. 7, BATMAN: PRELUDES TO THE WEDDING is a collection of five one-shots starring Batmans friends and foes, all trying to celebrateor sabotagethe Dark Knights big day.Harley Quinn knows a thing or two about dysfunctional relationships. When she hears that her old flame is trying to get in the way of a happy life for one of her best friends, the Maid of Mischief tracks The Joker down to give him a piece of her mindand maybe a few blows from her hammer, too. Meanwhile, Nightwing fulfills his duty as best man by picking up the engagement ring when Hush interferes; Ras Al Ghul attempts to recruit Dam...
|Title||:||Batman: Preludes to the Wedding|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
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Batman: Preludes to the Wedding Reviews
Basic Plot: As Bat and Cat get ready to marry, the Joker is very upset he has not been invited.
There were a lot of fun moments in this little lead up series to the wedding. I definitely got some smiles out of it. The art was solid. Each character addressed got a bit of time to connect to the wedding somehow, and did it in a way that made sense. I think this idea of the Joker being offended at not getting an invitation is a great one. It connects each individual story just enough to move it towar ...more
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While Batman and Catwoman might be just days from walking down the aisle and from going on one of the most special journeys they could ever live to enjoy, the Gotham underworld are far from ready to let this kind of happiness exist within their territory. After all, who would have actually thought that a wedding between these two could ever happen in peace? With a whole array of villains ready to jump on any opportunity to ruin a good moment, it ...more
Collects Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Robin vs. Ra’s Al Ghul #1, Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Nightwing vs. Hush #1, Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Batgirl vs. The Riddler #1, Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Red Hood vs. Anarky #1, Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Harley Quinn vs. The Joker #1, and material from DC Nation issue #0
I almost skipped this collection, but parts of this ended up be better than I expected. But, the majority of this book wasn't that necessary. I did like seeing Ba ...more
Note: I received a copy of Batman: Preludes to the Wedding from DC Comics via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review. This review also contains some small spoilers.
What’s it about, Becca?
It’s the wedding that we’ve all been waiting for! Batcat is busy preparing their vows & attempting to enjoy their bachelor(ette) parties! In a few days, they’ll be exchanging their ‘I do’s’.. or will they? Not if the villains of Gotham City have anything to say about it. The Joker’s caught wind that Bat ...more
You know, I probably enjoyed these more than I should have. I mean, I know they're a marketing ploy. Tim Seeley, for the most part, raises this collection of one shots above the mere marketing and $$$ grab.
I haven't been reading the mainstream Batman titles for some time, but Seeley makes good use of minor characters (ex: Anarky). The underlying plot thru these titles, well really in the background, is Joker's complaint that he didn't receive an invitation.
Go get some popcorn, and sit down with ...more
Jasonowy zeszyt najbardziej mi podszedł do gustu i może dlatego tak wysoko oceniam, ale śliczna kreska w zeszycie Harley i to, jak ona podchodzi do Jokera teraz, mając go i jego manipulacje w dupie, również zasługuje na wysoką ocenę.
a fun collection of one shots leading up to the batman and cat woman wedding that explores batman's relationship to his peers, villains, and gotham. though each story functions individually and usually uses both a different villain and a different hero - red hood, harley quinn, nightwing, damien, batgirl - a recurring theme here is villains jealousy that they're not invited to the wedding, illustrating thematic issues that have existed since the beginning of batman as a character: his most intim ...more
Aw, what a disappointment.
The writing was very weak and the only one-shot I enjoyed was the Nightwing story (plus the artwork there was maybe my favorite, it's been a while since I've seen such an endearing Dick Grayson).
There are some ideas that I liked, like Damian's fear, and Jason's kindness and Harley's pain and empowerment, but most issues failed in the execution.
It took me a few days to finish this because ultimately it was soooo boring, plus I had a hard time reading through Batgirl's st ...more