Batman/Two-Face/Scarecrow: Year One

Batman/Two-Face/Scarecrow: Year One

Bruce Jones Mark Sable Sean Gordon Murphy Jesus Saiz Jimmy Palmiotti Jeremy Haun / Sep 27, 2020
Batman Two Face Scarecrow Year One This two part collection casts light on the shadowy origins of two of Gotham City s most ruthless villains featured both THE DARK KNIGHT and BATMAN BEGINS The Scarecrow and Two Face Dr Jonathan Cran
  • Title: Batman/Two-Face/Scarecrow: Year One
  • Author: Bruce Jones Mark Sable Sean Gordon Murphy Jesus Saiz Jimmy Palmiotti Jeremy Haun
  • ISBN: 9781401222468
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
  • This two part collection casts light on the shadowy origins of two of Gotham City s most ruthless villains, featured both THE DARK KNIGHT and BATMAN BEGINS, The Scarecrow and Two Face.Dr Jonathan Crane or The Scarecrow as he is better known, was a brilliant psychologist but suffered through a torturous upbringing Through the use of a fear gas , The Scarecrow wreaks haThis two part collection casts light on the shadowy origins of two of Gotham City s most ruthless villains, featured both THE DARK KNIGHT and BATMAN BEGINS, The Scarecrow and Two Face.Dr Jonathan Crane or The Scarecrow as he is better known, was a brilliant psychologist but suffered through a torturous upbringing Through the use of a fear gas , The Scarecrow wreaks havoc on Gotham City by exploiting the deepest, darkest fears of his enemies.District Attorney Harvey Dent, a one time friend of Batman and champion for justice, has his life changed forever when his face is disfigured by acid in an attack ordered by one of Gotham s crime bosses When he recovers , the justice seeking Harvey Dent that the people of Gotham once looked up to is gone, replaced by a homicidal maniac out for revenge.
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    1. I only give this book five stars for the Scarecrow origin story The Two Face origin is unoriginal a copy of Loeb and Sale s The Long Halloween, but not done as well, and the art just doesn t cut it for me On the other hand, the Scarecrow origin story is handled very well and makes total sense considering the character s drives and actions in other comics Instead of liking birds, something that never really clicked for me, he was terrorized into submission with them by his tyrannical great grandm [...]



    2. This is a collection of two different villain origin stories in the Year One universe Neither is essential and one, the Two Face story, so clearly reworked parts of The Long Halloween that it explicitly references that plot, while contributing little new or interesting.Both stories feature some clunky, cliched writing though the emotional beats work pretty well Crane is particularly well written and I thought there was some striking imagery in there.The Scarecrow story is at least worth a look.


    3. 4.5 5 StarsThis comic book is actually 2 separate origin stories The first half of the comic is an origin story for Scarecrow and the second is on for Two Face Each story takes a closer look into the past of these famous villains Scarecrow s story takes us back to when he was just a young kid and the traumatizing events that lead to his life of crime Two Face s story doesn t go back quite as far, but instead focusses on the story that anyone who is a fan most likely already knows.I m really glad [...]


    4. With a Batman film, there must be a focus on the popular villains making cinematic appearances This tome looks at the early days of Professor Jonathan Crane and District Attorney Harvey Dent Bruce Jones handles the writing act of the Scarecrow origin Set early in the Batman Robin partnership, the Dynamic Duo finds themselves chasing a killer who preys on fear As they hunt down the elusive Ichabod terrorizing Gotham, Professor Crane opens up about his early years to his selected victims Stories o [...]


    5. Batman Year One was amazing This is not.This volume contains origin stories for Scarecrow and Two Face And in the opposite order of the book s title because why not Scarecrow s story is similar to Batman s, with family trauma being the main driver in his life Bruce Wayne struggles with the similarity, which I get, but I felt like he struggled than he should have.Two Face s story is a retelling of events from Batman The Long Halloween Do yourself a favor and read that and the follow on Batman Da [...]


    6. This is the story of how a skinny and uncoordinated youth became a homicidal murderer and how a regular good looking grade A walking business suit became a modern day Jekyll and Hyde In one story, we learn the mysterious mystery behind Jonathan Crane s twisted past and how he was tortured daily by the ruffians at his school and endlessly ravaged upon by an overly religious grandmother, eventually culminating to a breakdown of mass proportions and that triggered the creation of The Scarecrow, a s [...]


    7. There s two stories here by two different teams The first is Scarecrow s origin And I was really looking forward to this one, but it just wasn t very well written While I liked that it had Batman and Robin trying to solve a mystery, the writing was sloppy There are long sections where Jonathan Craine is explaining away his mental problems It s terribly slow moving The art was ok, a little different, but always too dark, even if the scene didn t call for darkness.The other is Two Face, and this o [...]


    8. I read this back when it came out and I definitely remembered it being better than it is It s OK It s a terrifying portrait of child abuse and what mental and physical torture can turn someone into as an adult The actual Scarecrow stuff was strong and the story itself was solid albeit far from spectacular But a BIG problem I had with this was the characterization of Batman Bruce Wayne It was all over the place Seriously, his personality changed every few pages like he was being written by a diff [...]


    9. Sean Murphy s droll, horrifying style is a perfect match for the Scarecrow origin story, well plotted by Bruce Jones as a race against the clock mystery Despite the preposterous elements in Scarecrow s self creation not to mention his wacky motives , the story still has many scary and vertiginous moments Lots of fun Mark Sable s Two Face story is intentionally crammed and compressed, complete with the appearance of damn near every Batman villain during the epic conclusion Yet it s never made cl [...]


    10. Two story arcs The first one is Scarecrow s and focuses on how he got to be what he is Scarecrow should be a ridiculous character, but this story actually made him scary The artwork was not very good on this story too blocky for me.The Two Face story was very well done Lots of looking at the mob and the corrupt Government in Gotham Harvey Dent can t get justice through the system, so he finds a way to dispense justice himself.


    11. The Scarecrow half was good I haven t seen his origin told before and it was fun seeing Batman with Dick Grayson as Robin I ve never thought of the connection between Batman and Scarecrow as similar before The Two Face story was alright, but I ve seen that one plenty of times, including The Long Halloween His was unnecessary.


    12. Visually it was very good and it was an engrossing detective story line, but the I didn t like the psychological story line Also, I didn t read the two face story, I don t care for his stories b c they re often formulaic and predictable except for the movie version.


    13. Scarecrow Year One is great, with good dark artwork and plenty of twisted, malicious and malevolent behavior with no remorse Two Face Year One is pretty good, sort of fleshing out a different perspective from The Long Halloween.


    14. Two Face Year One is, to my mind, my best writing to date Haven t read Scarecrow, but worked with artist Sean Murphy on an as yet unpublished Teen Titans arc He did the art for Scarecrow, and he s a superstar.


    15. Great stories of two of my favorite Batman rogues Also cool to see some quick cameos in the Two Face story from some of the other big villains Great artwork and really cool psychoanalyses of these two psychos.


    16. I love reading Batman graphic novels comic books This one I really did not know too much about Scarecrow and Two Face in there early life I did really enjoy reading this book because it was new information about characters that I already knew about.



    17. I love Batman, don t get me wrong but this is kinda same old stuff I ve read before, but hey, it s The Bat, I m not gonna complain, so I liked it


    18. The Scarecrow s origins is truly horrific kudos to the writer Two Face s, on the other hand, lacks a certain originality.



    19. This was amazing Even though I already knew Scarecrow s backstory it was a fun read and two face is slowly moving up on my list of favorite villains.


    20. Very close to a four I liked the Two Face story than the Scarecrow, although there was a really awesome moment in it.


    21. An excellent, albeit disturbing, descent into the inner psyche of perhaps Batman s most relatable villains.


    22. This whole Year One stuff is getting really old, and quite frankly, who cares what Two Face and Scarecrow did their first year I sure don t.




    23. No tengo ni idea de qu tiene este tomo, pero por alguno motivo lo habr to readeado, y tampoco es que la tapa no parezca interesante Hasta nuevo aviso, quedar ah.


    24. I ve only read the Scarecrow Half I have the individual issues but it was amazing A wonderful take on the Scarecrow.I hope to pick up the Two Face half at some point.



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