• Title: Batman: The Complete Knightfall Saga
  • Author: Dirk Maggs Dennis O'Neil
  • ISBN: 9781594830747
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Batman The Complete Knightfall Saga Batman The Complete Knightfall Saga is inspired by the bestselling Batman storylines Knightfall Knightquest and KnightsEnd With Batman crippled by his fiercest foe a new hero tries to fill his shoe
    Batman The Complete Knightfall Saga is inspired by the bestselling Batman storylines Knightfall, Knightquest, and KnightsEnd With Batman crippled by his fiercest foe, a new hero tries to fill his shoes in protecting Gotham City But his methods are brutal and dangerous, and the future of Gotham City is uncertain In June 2005, Batman Begins will be released in movie theaBatman The Complete Knightfall Saga is inspired by the bestselling Batman storylines Knightfall, Knightquest, and KnightsEnd With Batman crippled by his fiercest foe, a new hero tries to fill his shoes in protecting Gotham City But his methods are brutal and dangerous, and the future of Gotham City is uncertain In June 2005, Batman Begins will be released in movie theatres, starring Christian Bale and featuring Michael Caine, Katie Holmes, and Liam Neeson Interest in the Batman franchise will surge, with a huge marketing campaign and the star power casting.

    One Reply to “Batman: The Complete Knightfall Saga”

    1. An absolute masterpiece of audio drama and one of the best Batman adaptations I can think of. Dirk Maggs' production really captures something wild, fresh and exciting about the Batman mythos and as much as anything has that sense insanity and anything could happen on-the-edge feeling that I really enjoy. Everything about this audio from the smart adn often hilarious script, to the intense production and brilliant - sometimes very over-the-top - acting is pitch perfect and Bob Sessions makes for [...]

    2. Interesting story about the replacement of Batman. I found the audio to be fun, but the predominance of multiple extremely deep voices tended to run together, and the background sounds were quite overbearing at times, like during the fights. The story started without a real beginning, just jumping into some dialog, but keep with it and the story will come out. And a good idea for a full cast audio, a blooper track is at the end.

    3. Comic books performed old-time radio drama-style and recorded as an audiobook there's a LOT to take in here. The sound effects sometimes drown out the narration, but it was definitely a novel approach to the material. The voice acting was great, though. And, as a fan of the 1990s Batman cartoon, I was tickled to find several of the actors from the show voiced the same characters for this book!

    4. A good production of the Knightfall story as presented in a radio drama. This adaptation even includes some of the Crusade storyline material that keeps avoiding collection in print. The voices and acting were very good. It helps if you know the general story otherwise the faster scenes may be a bit confusing though. They also include an outtakes segment at the end that's rather amusing.

    5. Kind of dark and confusing. But then my iphone kept losing its place in the audiobook. There's a nice story arc or 2 in there somewhere. If you're a fan you'll probably like it. Downloaded from my library.

    6. I originally had this on cassette tape to listen to in the car when it was first produced. Thought it was awesome then. It remains a pretty good adaptation on the Knightfall saga; way better than the filmed attempts anyway.Also, the blooper reel at the end is hilarious.

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