Batman, Volume 10: Knightmares

Batman, Volume 10: Knightmares

Eisner Award winner Tom King's explosive Batman run continues as he plunges the Dark Knight's world further into a spiral of madness. As the casualties begin to rise around him, Bruce Wayne will reflect on the recent events that have turned his world upside down. Something is wrong. Someone is systematically targeting Batman's life in and out of the cowl. As the picture beg Eisner Award winner Tom King's explosive Batman run continues as he plunges the Dark Knight's world further into a sp...

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Title:Batman, Volume 10: Knightmares
Author:Tom King
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401291430
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:176 pages pages

Batman, Volume 10: Knightmares Reviews

  • Dave
    Jun 15, 2019
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  • Patrick
    Aug 04, 2019
    A break in the action. ...
  • Sans
    Jun 07, 2019
    Read as single issues. I'm realizing that skipping The Button arc has made this even more confusing than it already was. Regardless, I continue to be less and less impressed with King and look forward to the day in the near future where Batman is given to a new writer. Finally. ...
  • Dani
    Sep 20, 2019
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  • Mr Osowski
    Apr 27, 2019
    Batman always has a plan. ...
  • Angela
    Apr 25, 2019
    Overall, a very disjointed collection/arc, and one of my least favorite installments of the series. Especially frustrated by the rehash of Bat and Cat. You're not doing anything to make "The Wedding " volume sit any better. ...
  • Patrick Wolfe
    Sep 19, 2019
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  • Vangelis Kritikos
    Apr 22, 2019
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  • John Funderburg
    Apr 12, 2019
    Another knockout arc from King and a troupe of impossibly good artists. I really enjoyed the "Knightmare" issues - so trippy, so fun. I always look forward to reading this title. ...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Sep 15, 2019
    Trapped at the hands of an unseen assailant, Batman's mind is broken and the only way out of his Knightmares is right through them. Each of these issues is a one-shot story that makes up the larger whole, as Batman looks back on all that has happened to him and tries to piece togeth...
  • Lukas Holmes
    Sep 20, 2019
    I mean...is this just all these are now? Just like...annuals? Each issues just a bunch of artists taking their shot at random Batman stuff with no real cohesive story or purpose? I get it. Trapped in dreams. But didn't we do this already with the whole tri-color Batman thing (or whatev...
  • James DeSantis
    May 15, 2019
    Knightmares is a bunch of short stories all coming together. This is Batman going through various nightmares. Some of his worst fears, including the loss of Salina, his kid, facing off against a old villain, and more. The fears and problems range from worldwide treats to personal d...
  • Rodrigo Bahamondes
    Jul 30, 2019
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  • Iris Nevers
    Jun 26, 2019
    [Read in single issues] Confusing to read as it's coming out but as a trade, it comes together beautifully. ...
  • Saravanan Mani
    Apr 18, 2019
    Read the single issues. A brilliant descent into the Dark Knight's mind. ...
  • Kevin
    Aug 26, 2019
    Read in single issue format. This arc got a lot of hate when it was released, and I can see why: there's no overt connective tissue. It feels like a lull, like the story was treading water. And if you were reading it as it came out, there was a two-break in the middle (not present i...
  • Mitchell Kukulka
    Apr 17, 2019
    ?You let him get the knife. You traded the blood for the knife. Now he has the knife. All you have is the blood.? King and Co. swing for the fences with the most experimental arc yet, though the anthological nature of the story, mixed with the whiplash-inducing changes in t...
  • Andrew
    Sep 07, 2019
    Some great art in these stories, but I'm getting a little tired of the whole "dream sequence" thing. I think it was dragged out a bit too long. And I guess I'm a little tired of the whole Bat/Cat thing too, at this point. I think that was dragged out a bit too long also. But a few of t...
  • Citybones
    Aug 07, 2019
    2.8 Ideas interesantes intercaladas en medio de una escusa onírica medio rellenista de probar diferentes estilos y tonos con los que seguir sacando provecho de la desperdiciada idea de la relación BatCat en general y la boda en particular. ...
  • Quentin Wallace
    Jul 20, 2019
    Each issue is a separate journey into Batman's mind. It's okay but everything comes across like an "imaginary story" although there is a deeper meaning to each story. Well done but these type of stories have just never interested me a whole lot. I'll be happier when Batman wakes up. ...
  • Artemy
    Apr 17, 2019
    Not a lot of thoughts about this arc other than it was once again solid Tom King Batman stuff and I really enjoyed it, and all the different artists on each issue absolutely knocked it out of the park. Can't wait to see what's coming next. ...
  • Eric Snow
    May 15, 2019
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  • Stephen Abell
    Aug 13, 2019
    The best King - Batman volume to date. Tom King delivers a brilliantly convoluted storyline within the ongoing story arc. In the beginning, I was wondering W.T.F is going on here. The first story in the six-issue tome appears to have nothing to do with the conclusion of The Tyran...
  • Penknight
    Jun 26, 2019
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  • Ashley Bishop
    Sep 21, 2019
    Man oh man. I freaking love this arc. "There's a knife in you now. Fine, it's all fine. Be calm, controlled. You've been stabbed before. You survived. You'll survive again." My heart is hurting for the bats. ...
  • AlĂ­ Flores
    Aug 17, 2019
    The main plot here? Bruce is trapped on a nightmare, where he is marrying Selina and the other one where his father, Thomas, tells him to stop being Batman. Probably my favorite issues were 66-67, the art is so great. At the very last end we can see Thomas fighting Bane, and they?re ...
  • Lexi
    Aug 21, 2019
    Read as singles. Dreadfully boring. Literal filler. Just months of filler. The only upside was Gerards two panels of Damian. ...
  • Kyle Berk
    Jul 04, 2019
    Taken together I think Batman vol 10 Knightmares is strong. Some of the issues stand on their own, like 62 which is the meat locker nightmare. Others like 67 which is the primarily silent issue are much better as part of the whole. I think whether or not someone likes this relies on...
  • Guibbs
    Jul 03, 2019
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  • Sean Pollock
    Jun 13, 2019
    A compilation of short stories with the framing narrative of being dreams. Quality is a bit mixed on these but the ones that work are Tom King at his best: emotional, subtle, poetic, understated but ultimately deeply moving. I loved it. ...