Forever Evil Arkham War Madness and mayhem hit the streets as both Arkham Asylum and Blackgate Prison unleash their prisoners upon the helpless citizens of Gotham And with no Dark Knight to protect the city what horrors wil

  • Title: Forever Evil: Arkham War
  • Author: Peter J. Tomasi Scot Eaton
  • ISBN: 9781401249403
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • Madness and mayhem hit the streets as both Arkham Asylum and Blackgate Prison unleash their prisoners upon the helpless citizens of Gotham And with no Dark Knight to protect the city, what horrors will follow Arkham and Blackgate face off in this series featuring Scarecrow, The Penguin, Bane, Killer Croc, and .Writer Peter J Tomasi BATMAN ROBIN brings you FOMadness and mayhem hit the streets as both Arkham Asylum and Blackgate Prison unleash their prisoners upon the helpless citizens of Gotham And with no Dark Knight to protect the city, what horrors will follow Arkham and Blackgate face off in this series featuring Scarecrow, The Penguin, Bane, Killer Croc, and .Writer Peter J Tomasi BATMAN ROBIN brings you FOREVER EVIL ARKHAM WAR, detailing the battle for Gotham City in the midst of the epic crossover event FOREVER EVIL from comics superstars Geoff Johns and David Finch.Collects 1 6, BATMAN 23.4 BANE, DETECTIVE COMICS 23.3 SCARECROW, and BATMAN AND ROBIN 23.1.

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    1. The Moon has been permanently placed in front of the Sun by some “crime” syndicate, by using smoke, mirrors and some Crazy Glue. The JLA are apparently dead or missing or doing other stuff. Relax, Batman! Whatever happens in the Batcave stays in the Batcave.The inmates of Arkham have been freed and they’ve divided the city up into sectors and Penguin is Gotham’s mayor, so don’t ruffle his feathers. Ruffle his feathers? Jeff, have you taken your meds this morning?This doesn’t quite si [...]

    2. This collection seemed like it had a shot at being something really fun. It definitely had some great ideas, but fell short in execution for me.This book is set during the time that theForever Evil storyline was playing out across the DC Universe. Batman is nowhere to be found and Bane has come back to Gotham in an attempt to rid the city of the Arkhamites (Bat’s rogues gallery) and rule the city once more. I’m a fan of Bane, so this got me seriously interested. Bane brings an army of venom [...]

    3. While I really like the main Forever Evil storyline. This was just an awful tie-in.The dialogue is nonsensical and the plotting of the story is entirely half-baked. There is an idea for a story, but really nothing else.Total waste of time. Skip it.1.5/5

    4. Aside from the ending battle between Batman/Bane I was overall pretty disappointed. I liked the concept of Bane taking over the Batman mantle while Bats was MIA - but thought the execution was poorlyexecuted??? (Austin powers moment)

    5. Good story great art work, and most importantly this is the fight between Batman and Bane since I read Knightfall. I know Bane and Batman have clashed a number of times in the past since Knightfall but never for the stakes of Batman reclaiming his city, by which point Bane was just another villain. Despite the new 52 reboot, the comic does mention the events of Knightfall did happen. The one criticism I do have about this book is that. Too much seems to go on in-between each issue. E.g. Bane lea [...]

    6. Cool concept. With Batman gone thanks to the Crime Syndicate, Arkham's biggest baddies split up Gotham, while Bane comes in with an army to take it all for himself.Poor execution. Forgettable scenes with awkward "villainous" dialogue, and characters not quite true to their usual personalities. Especially, and inexcusably, when Batman (surprise, surprise) returns. His battle and dialog with Bane and his men falls flat.Batman’s plan? This:I found the art improved after the first issue. However, [...]

    7. Well, thenIn case you ever wondered how life in Gotham would be like if Bane showed up to find no Batman and complete anarchy, thus becomingBat-Bane! here's your answer, I guess.But truth be told, despite panel after crowded panel showing a veritable who's who of Bat-rogues battling other Bat-rogues, and the Court of Owl's Talons (who apparently can regenerate after getting cut in half. Holy Jason Vorhees, Bat-dude!) in order to control a city seemingly now devoid of, em, citizens that is shroud [...]

    8. This is a companion piece to the Forever Evil series. This series focuses on Gotham City, where the Arkham Asylum escapees have divided the city up with each of them ruling a sector. Bane takes exception to this, however, and attempts to take over the whole city for himself. Of course, once Batman gets back he's not putting up with any of their nonsense.Overall this was a strong companion piece, not quite as good as the main Forever Evil series but still worth reading, especially if you are a Ba [...]

    9. I appreciate the art by Graham Nolan on the first chapter here, as he was one of the creative team at the time of Bane's first appearance. Series artist Scot Eaton does a serviceable job. This, though, is only for completists, or library reading. Big supervillain fights; that is all.

    10. In the lawless fallout since the arrival of the Crime Syndicate (an evil alternate-universe version of the Justice League), the Justice League is missing and the villains of Earth are running amok. This book focuses on events in Gotham City. Without Batman, Gotham is now the battlefield of a war between Arkham Asylum (led by Penguin and Scarecrow and Mister Freeze) and Blackgate Prison (led by Bane). Both sides are in a race to obtain control over the Talons (from the excellent Court of Owls sto [...]

    11. I thought this was a pretty decent tale, taking place in Gotham City during the Forever Evil event. You have the inmates of Arkham vs Bane and his minions from Blackgate Prison. fighting each other over control of Gotham City. This book is a bit long, and there's not much characterization apart from Bane, but overall it was interesting and a decent tie-in.

    12. 3.5 starsGreat stuff with the inmates at Arkham and Bane. Batman only shows up in the final issue, so the cover is a little misleading. But I still enjoyed this one. I hope the other Forever Evils are good, too.

    13. "Someone moved the damn moon over the sun, the Justice League is dead, the lights are out, Gotham's been split between a dozen homicidal Arkham escapees and our secret weapon is gone probably for good. I don't know what Bane wants-- or why he came all the way back from Santa Prisca-- but I think it's okay to be shocked now."Forever Evil: Arkham War is a 200 page DC Comics paperback collecting Forever Evil: Arkham War #1-6, Batman #23.4: Bane, and Forever Evil Aftermath: Batman vs. Bane #1. (The [...]

    14. There are some top-notch fun ideas here, which I give full credit to Peter Tomasi for employing, and also some frustrating ones, and an amazingly abrupt and uneven finale. Read it for the premise: the villains of Arkham are freed, Batman is busy elsewhere (in events that happen in the main Forever Evil story) and a power struggle ensues between Bane and Scarecrow. As far as being an Forever Evil tie-in, it's completely irrelevant to that story. So irrelevant, in fact, that the six issue Arkham W [...]

    15. While I only read the primary 6-issue arc of this "Forever Evil" tie-in, I still found myself wavering on just how necessary this tale actually is. I should add that I haven't read "Forever Evil" itself, but the combination of Tomasi and a virtual stable of rogues initially sold me on the concept. The initial issues were especially strong, giving us horrific insights into the minds of villains as disparate as Professor Pyg and the Penguin. Around the midpoint, though, the series turns into a bon [...]

    16. Great book! So i actually read this a while back but only realized now i have not reviewed it! So this takes place during the forever evil event, heroes are gone, and villains can now run unchecked! This story takes place in Gotham, there is a war going on between Bane and Scarecrow and only one can win! This story was mainly a Bane story, and can easily be put up there with Bane stories like Knightfall and Vengeance of Bane! Also pretty cool Banes outfit in this was basically his Dark Knight Ri [...]

    17. Batman is missing and the inmates of Arkham are loose in Gotham. So who will come to their rescue? Bane, apparently. But not just Bane — Bat-Bane. It's not as dumb as it sounds, I promise. It's a decent little side story to Forever Evil. It's a fun romp with some interesting ideas that will ultimately have no lasting impact on the Batman mythos, but that doesn't mean it isn't a decent read. Pick it up if you can find it cheap or at the library.

    18. It's not a bad book at all, but they're too many ideas wasted and the end is just too quick and typical, just another fight Hero vs Villain.I think the idea the most wasted was that there was no importance given to the fact that Bane saved the city. The people of Gotham totally forget this and embrace happily the return of the hero that wasn't there when they need him. Still a very fun story.

    19. The least best of the Forever Evil graphic novels, surprisingly. The story isn't great, and I have to say that I've never liked Bane as a villain. Find him monumentally boring and cheesy. (As opposed to just cheesy like some Batman villains.) The artwork was okay, but nothing really stood out. Not a bad story, just forgettable.

    20. This story could have been special. The plot about the villains taking over Gotham and dividing up the territories was done much better in the No Man's Story arc.Arkham War could have been a smaller take on the similar plot, however this time centering only on the villains. Instead, it is a story about Bane beating up the villains who get in his way until the end when Batman shows up.Bane takes on several villains drugged up on the venom drug along with Court of Owls assassins. However, when Bat [...]

    21. Book Bingo category: sharing a namePages: 184Summary: In the wake of the fall of the justice league Gotham city has fallen into chaos. Each batman villain has carved out a territory and they compete for more control over the city. Bane sees this as the perfect opportunity to take Gotham for himself. He invades the city with a small army from his home island of Santa Prisca. Bane slowly takes control of the city with the help of the immortal warriors of the court of owls. He makes himself a bat s [...]

    22. Probably my least favourite of the spin-off storylines for Forever Evil. I've never been too keen on Batman's villains and I really don't like Bane at all. The last issue was the best. Oh, I did like Cobb and the Talons though.

    23. excellent story featuring Bane. Batman is AWOL and Gotham is split into districts run by various arch villains. bane is making a power move and scarecrow tries to rally against him to hilarious effect. captured the feel of the Arkham city game. highly recommended

    24. I picked this up expecting it to be the highlight of the Forever Evil titles. Instead, I got a half warmed-over retread of No Mans Land, with Bane standing in for Batman. There's this weird disconnect where things that seem to be major plot points are imparted in throwaway comments (Maybe they were in the Forever Evil main series, but I don't recall anything about Gotham being apportioned out to the Arkham inmates), and instead the story focuses on the bickering and backstabbing of Bane, the Ark [...]

    25. My second foray in the four part miniseries of the Forever Evil story-line. Basically the events of Justice League Trinity have come and started the destruction of the Justice League, Justice League America and Justice League Dark. The forces responsible are from a destroyed dimension where supposedly evil spread into ours known as Earth-3. From there a wicked version of the Justice League known as the Crime Syndicate of America has captured the Justice Leagues and declared dominion of Earth-1.F [...]

    26. "We used to call them 'Apocalypse Wednesdays'. That line, in itself is worth the price of admission for this book. At this point, who knows how many sieges Gotham has undergone. How many apocalyptic events have the people of Gotham faced? Why would anyone ever want to live in Gotham? Scott Snyder sure does have a brilliant reason. I am not going to go into here. Instead, I will talk about what works in this book.The Inmates from Arkham Asylum have taken over Gotham, and have divided up the city [...]

    27. I love stories where all of Batman's colorful villains come out play, such as Hush or The Long Halloween. Arkham War promised to merge this with the long-game strategic planning of No Man's Land, but it failed. Ideas are thrown up and discarded - the Arkham villains divide the city into territories, but before we can even see them ruling, it's dissolved into a chaotic fight scene. Commissioner Gordon prepares for a difficult rescue mission, but it's done in a page or two without any scenes about [...]

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