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
While this volume is filled with largely nonessential stories revolving around the forthcoming wedding of Batman and Catwoman, there are some good things in here. Particularly strong was the story involving Damian Wayne and his grandfather, Ra's al Ghul, during which Damian and Selina come to an understanding about how to deal with each other going forward. The art in these issues is all quite strong and in some cases outstanding. It's just kind of sad that this stuff is primarily filler, with l ...more
I received a copy of this graphic novel in advance from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.
I enjoyed this prelude to the Batman/Catwoman wedding. It was interesting to see how the criminal world responded to Batman's upcoming nuptials, from increased destructive chaos to self-evaluation in the face of a hero and reformed villian finding love in one another. This novel gave us a chance to review some of Batman's most important relstionships, good and bad alike, and how they would ...more
This was a disappointment, especially after reading the very good Volume 6: Bride or Burglar just last week and the outstanding Volume 5: Rules of Engagement only a few months ago. (Also, Batman is barely a supporting character in this; Catwoman doesn't have much to do here, either.)
Preludes to the Wedding is a collection of short stories, with the connecting thread of course being the impending nuptials between Batman and Catwoman. The Joker segments bookending the volume are, respectively, a l ...more
Solid without being as good as Kings arc. Good prelude into the wedding. Also provided some build up to what may happen at the actual wedding. Always love seeing the joker.
I love Batman and Catwoman. Two of my fav graphic novel characters out there and I SHIP them. So when this and the "Wedding Album" came out, I was ALL over requesting them. Since this one has the word "Preludes" in the title, I read this one first. I also assumed it would tie in with the "Wedding Album", but not so much, more's the pity, because this one was really quite great and I think the other one would have done better if it had followed the storyline in this one.
I don't want to get too mu ...more
Rating: 3.5 Stars
On Sale: September 5th
This graphic novel is a collection of one-shots all with the common theme of Batman and Catwomanś wedding. There were times when I was genuinely confused by the story (Robin vs Raś al Ghul), but that could be my own fault for not keeping up with the storylines. But hello, who could pass up on the drama building up to a wedding?! On the other hand, there were other storylines I loved (Batgirl vs Riddler and Joker vs Harley). I enjoyed the art throughout the ...more
Note: I received a digital review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.
The relationship between Batman and Catwoman is of the stuff that makes comic book romance, conceived at the very inception of Batman’s mythos and nearly 80 years old in counting. Everyone is excited about the impending nuptials, and such a core event reverberates to each member of the Bat-Family. Tim Seeley and Tom King are giving us a story told from the inside out. Our Bride and Groom are everywhere yet r ...more
The irony of this comic was the best thing of it all, plus the Joker and Harley Quinn.
La cosa migliore di questo numero é l'ironia che lo pervade, piú Joker ed Harley Quinn.
THANKS EDELWEISS FOR THE PREVIEW!