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PostSubject: Batman Anarky   Mon 21 Apr - 22:50




Batman: Anarky is a 1999 trade paperback published by DC Comics. The book collects prominent appearances of Anarky, a comic book character created by Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle. Although all of the collected stories were written by Alan Grant, various artists contributed to individual stories. Dual introductions were written by the creators—both of whom introduce the character and give insight into their role in Anarky's creation and development.

Featured as an antagonist in various Batman comics during the '90s, stories based on the character were highly thematic, political, and philosophical in tone. The majority of the collected stories ("Anarky in Gotham City", "Anarky: Tomorrow Belongs to Us", "Anarky") are influenced by the philosophy of anarchism, while the final story ("Metamorphosis") is influenced by Frank R. Wallace. Although anti-statism is the overarching theme of the collection, other concepts are explored. Anarky's characterization was expanded throughout the stories to present him first as a libertarian socialist and anarchist, and in the final story as a vehicle for explorations into atheism, rationalism, and bicameralism. Literary references are also utilized throughout the collected stories to stress the philosophical foundations of the character. The collection also tracks the character's evolution from a petty, street-crime fighting vigilante, to a competent freedom fighter in opposition to powerful forces of evil.


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PostSubject: Re: Batman Anarky   Mon 21 Apr - 22:55

J'ai fini ce bouquin hier. Je l'avais eu sur le salon pour pas cher.

A vrai dire je suis vraiment content d'avoir pu me familiariser avec ce perso. Ce comics recueille 3 ou 4 récits de souvenirs.

Les histoires sont plutôt bonnes, sauf la dernière qui est vraiment difficile à suivre la faute à des illustrations ultra bordéliques. Une belle représentation du comics comme je ne l'aime pas.

Pour les autres, c'est vraiment sympa même si le perso manque cruellement d'originalité (un anarchiste copié de V for Vendetta, mais les auteurs ne s'en cachent pas)

Pas un essentiel, mais sympa pour ceux qui voudraient élargir leurs connaissances.

Ma note: 6.5/10

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