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In Batman Sword of Azrael (1992) #1-4, a major new hero was introduced to the Batman mythos. Now, another character is added to the Batman family. Only this time, it's a villain. Bane is the sole survivor of the Venom experiments (first revealed in Batman Legends of the Dark Knight (1989-2007) #16-20), an attempt to create drug-enhanced killing machines. As a result of theIn Batman Sword of Azrael (1992) #1-4, a major new hero was introduced to the Batman mythos. Now, another character is added to the Batman family. Only this time, it's a villain. Bane is the sole survivor of the Venom experiments (first revealed in Batman Legends of the Dark Knight (1989-2007) #16-20), an attempt to create drug-enhanced killing machines. As a result of these tests, Bane has spent a lifetime as the toughest inmate in the worst prison on the South American island of Santa Prisca where he acquired his berserk strength, a savage, calculating intellect, and an unparalleled megalomania. He ultimately sets his sights on Gotham City, and goes gunning for the Dark Knight....

Title : batman vengeance of bane
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ISBN : 11872839
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 56 Pages
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batman vengeance of bane Reviews

  • Graham Nolan
    2019-02-20 06:16

    I thought it was great! But, hell...I'm a bit biased since I drew it!

  • mike andrews
    2019-02-17 02:22

    First appearance and origin story of one of Batmans deadliest foes. The hell Bane went through as a child helps explain what made the Venom addicted man shell bent on conquering Gotham.

  • Zach
    2019-02-06 10:04

    Read this along with the "Knightfall" series due to the inclusion of Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises." It was a pretty good origin story, giving the character weight and significance beyond his cartoonishly imposing physical presence (and also giving readers of "Knightfall" a much-needed chance to actually care about Bane's henchmen). The vendetta against Batman without ever meeting him is, I suppose, a little odd, but this is a world we're talking about where it's normal for people to have archnemeses; Bane in this case fits the logic. So yes, he is a character contrived for the sole purpose of defeating Batman (and selling a lot of comics in the process), but at least he's a successful contrivance, and certainly among the best additions to the character's latter-day rogues' gallery.

  • Logan
    2019-02-12 10:21

    Very good! So Vengeance of Bane is the character's first appearance and essentially a stand alone origin story for the character! Not many villains can say they got there own book before they faced the hero! So as part of Knightfall, this is a essential prequel, it tells the story of a boy in prison paying his Father's prison sentence, while in there he has a realization that his goal in life is to break the bat! Overall a great story, Bane definitely has one of the best origin stories out of batman's rouges gallery!

  • Britney
    2019-02-09 07:24

    Oh my god i loved this! the origin of Bane and why he is so obsessed with ending batman!

  • JD Comics
    2019-02-17 10:04

    This is included in Knightfall, Vol. 1 and it's the perfect way to start the series as it gives its readers the history of Bane. This is one of the best origins story that I've ever read. Bane is such a complex character and it was fascinating to understand why he turned out to be the villain that he is today.

  • Cesar Millán
    2019-02-22 09:25

    A great issue with the introduction of the origins of Bane, such a great enemy to Batman and with a rich origin story, the plot has a great pace, the coloring and drawing is perfect for this story, I can't ask for any better way to introduce this character to the Batman Mythology. I love this villain and I love what he means to Batman.

  • Dan Hill
    2019-02-13 10:03

    I loved the Bane origin story. His vision of the bat and his desire to conquer his fear felt a little forced, but it was interesting nonetheless. If that part hadn’t been in there, I feel Bane could easily have been a full-time protagonist, independent of Batman.

  • Alp Turgut
    2019-01-23 09:27

    Başyapıt "Knightfall" okunmadan önce mutlaka göz atılması gerektiğini düşündüğüm "Batman: Vengeance of Bane", Bane'in geçmişine ışık tutan Batman efsanesi açısından oldukça önemli bir çizgi roman. Karakterin geçmişte başına gelen korkunç ve talihsiz olayları tüm çarpıcılığıyla okuyucuya sunan eserde Bane'in ne kadar muhteşem bir karakter olduğuna tekrardan tanıklık ediyoruz. Kısa ve öz olmasından ötürü rahatlıkla okuyabileceğiniz eserin en ilginç yanı ise okuyucuya doğru ile yanlışı sorguatabilmesi. Sistem yüzünden zamanla şeytana dönüşen Bane'in (ismi yıkım/felaket anlamına geliyor) aslında mağdur olduğunu görmek karaktere derinlik katmakla beraber efsanevi karaktere güzel de bir başlangıç sunuyor.16.07.2013Binghamton, NYAlp Turgut

  • Paul
    2019-02-12 06:12

    It is difficult to postulate a cutler in which an infante is placed in prison and a child is treated like an adult and punished for their fathers sins (think original guilt on steroids, or maybe Venom?) Vengeance of Bane (VB) presents the reader with such a world and Dixon actually accomplishes to make this scenario plausible, of pulling and stretching the narrative to create an interesting background for Bane. While far from high art VB is a fun read and worth the 68 pages it is printed on. I liked it, 3 stars.

  • Mike
    2019-02-04 03:14

    Vengeance of Bane is a stand alone Batman story that contains Bane's first appearance and origin. This is a personal favorite of mine and nicely builds Bane as a layered character and a serious threat. Bane would go on to be pivotal in the Knightfall epic. In a sense this is a prelude to that story, and you will be missing the majority of Bane's interactions and effects on Batman if you don't continue on to those collections. This is however a complete story in itself and a fantastic read.

  • Vinnie Barker
    2019-02-03 08:09

    Gives a wonderful origin story to Bane and details his involvement with Talia and Ra's Al Ghul very well. However, it must be an American thing to call it 'vengeance of bane' as I bought this in the UK and it's called 'Batman vs Bane', sadly though, it barely involves Batman and the two never really 'square off' with one another as I hoped they might.

  • Raúl
    2019-02-12 06:26

    Interesante por ser la creación de uno de los grandes enemigos de Batman (y el enemigo que saldrá en la nueva película de Christopher Nolan), pero nunca me ha interesado demasiado Bane, y el conocer su origen tampoco ayuda a que me guste más.

  • Angela
    2019-02-21 09:08

    A sequel to Knightfall. Bane decides to nuke Gotham because he has nothing left to lose. An interesting take on Bane, especially with his confrontations with Nightwing. The story seems short for such a big idea. A good read.

  • Ron
    2019-02-01 06:11

    One of the best comics in my collection, story and art are amazing.

  • Mr.Jamie
    2019-01-29 06:09

    Good comic with more attention to story rather than action. This serves as the introduction of Bane, and concerns his development and entrance into the Batman universe.4/5 Stars

  • Amalie
    2019-01-29 10:07

    This is very intense tale ( violence ) about Bane's origin.

  • Ola
    2019-02-06 09:18

    The best origin story of bane I have read.

  • Ola
    2019-01-24 04:01

    A story about what happened after the climax.

  • Blake
    2019-01-28 09:09

    A nice, pithy origin story for Bane. Just a brick in the wall setting up Knightfall, but pretty good (for a 90s comic).

  • Kevin Hull
    2019-02-10 07:22

    Awesome origin story of the brutal, brilliant supervillain.

  • Zainab
    2019-02-20 05:07

    Amazing graphics and a very intense tale of how Bane became the man that he is