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by Lee Bermejo

eBook Nol (Batman) ePub
Author: Lee Bermejo
Language: English
ISBN: 0857688413
ISBN13: 978-0857688415
Publisher: Titan Publishing Company (November 1, 2011)
Pages: 112
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Comics
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 580
Formats: rtf lrf txt azw
ePub file: 1660 kb
Fb2 file: 1798 kb

More than just a regular graphic novel.

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Batman must come to terms with his past, present and future as he battles villains from the campy 1960s to the dark and brooding menaces of today, while exploring what it means to be the hero that he is.
Ishnjurus
An interesting and mostly successful one-shot merging of Batman and A Christmas Carol.

The art is lush and gorgeous. There is definitely a feel of an old Victorian Christmas card feel here, with some Victorian Gothic mixed in. A few of the interiors come dangerously close to Thomas Kincade territory, but manage not to fall over that cliff. All in all, lovely and lovingly-drawn and inked book. Todd Klein's lettering is outstanding, adding atmosphere while still being clear and readable.

The story is, as a whole, surprisingly effective as an attempt to address the often overly grim Dark Knight mood. This doesn't bother following a specific continuity, but as a one-shot, that's no big deal, and probably a strength. It gives the story more of a individual feel that let's it exist on it's own plane. My only quibble, but it is the reason for docking a star from "love it" to "like it", is that in establishing the need for BM's enlightenment, Bermejo pulls him a little too far into the amoral vigilante role. Endangering the innocent child, as it plays out, is just a step or two too far. This doesn't bother me to the extent it seems to bother some other reviewers, but perhaps I take my comics and superheroes slightly less seriously.

Still, as a whole, this is an engrossing and interesting take and with a new holiday season coming up, this is nice volume to find under one's tree or next to one's menorah.
Kirizius
One of the most beautiful looks at the Dark Knight. Plain and simple Bermejo gets Batman. His take on Batman is one that features Batman as part antagonist, and its a refreshing take on the darkness that surrounds the Bat. The art is simply put one of the most amazing comic pieces ever put to print. Lee Bermejo is an artist that gets his subjects, this is his first time writing, and he does an amazing job. If you liked Joker (written by Azzarello and art by Lee Bermejo) then you will love this. I in fact like Noel better as its an easy read with mind-blowing visuals. You will not regret getting this amazing tale of the Dark Knight.
Gashakar
An extraordinary rendition of Batman as juxtaposed by Dicken's timeless classic, "A Christmas Carol". Honestly, this is one of the greatest graphic novel interpretations of Batman that you will ever come across. Worth every penny. You will instantly hail this novel as a classic.
Rleillin
This story takes arguably the main theme from Dickens original tale and reworks it to fit in the Batman universe. Similiar to Dickens tales, the protagonist is a man going through a dark time in his life; having become fixated on a singular passion, often to the detriment of others. He has encounters with representations of his past, present and future; and the ultimate issue becomes one of whether the protagonist is capable of change.
The story is clever in the way it follows a Christmas Carol, without beating the reader over the head with comparisons. Further the artwork, like all of Bermejo's work, is nothing short of stunning.
Overall this is a short work, but one that packs plenty of quality.
Winail
I think I'll keep this forever and put it in the 'Christmas Books' basket next to the tree every year. The art was amazing. We got it for a friend but then he got it from someone else, so when I found out I unwrapped it and read it myself, haha! Batman's world works great with the Christmas tale Scrooge story line! <3
Blackstalker
A nicely done retelling of the Dickens classic. Slows down a bit in the middle but still worth it.
Katishi
OK, you want me to tell you a story?

Batman: Noel is quite a graphic novel. It takes a tip from Charles Dickens and creates its own version of "A Christmas Carol," minus the ghosts. It is a commentary on the Dark Knight, a vigilante who tends to cross the line that others would fear to cross (Gordon said that).

It's a narrative piece, where someone (we find out who at the end) is telling his kid a story, about Scrooge (Batman) and how he meets three people who make him take a look at his life and make some changes. As the novel says, some people need a wake-up call like getting hit with a baseball bat before they change!

The hint of Christmas is muted in favor of a story of a guy (Bob) who is running some money for the Joker. The Batman jumps on Bob in his search for the Clown of Crime. The Bats has a run-in with Catwoman (who is nicely drawn) and Superman. The final confrontation with the Joker is meaningful and exciting in its storyline and art.

Lee Bermejo draws some great panels. His use of shadow and light and conveying mood and mystery is really exciting. If I could nitpick, it's in the way he throws sweat and spit around. It's a good device to use, but it's over and over again to a point where the "spit" loses interest for me!

Lee also wrote the story and the man really has a talent for the written word. Minimal, yet keeps it informal and interesting.

Bottom Line: This is NOT an adaptation of Dickens' A Christmas Carol. It's a deep, dark and sometimes frightening look at a man who has crossed the line and has lost all hope in his quest to beat down the criminal element and "reduce the criminal surplus population!" It's a story that a man can change with some conviction and some tough love! Highly recommended.
Loved this graphic novel. The story was great! The artwork was beautiful!! This book was absolutely perfect to read around Christmas time! Totally recommend.
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