Marvelous marvel 01

Marvelous marvel 01

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My frist marvelous marvel talk will talk about the worlds of comics and movies and tv and comics mixed together. It is insightful thoughts on movies and comics and tv mixed together. It is a tribute to the medium of comics. So Today begins my frist Marvelous marvel talk.

Today i talk about a genre that often does mix into comics sometimes. The genre of noir. Superheroes may be often the main force of comics but today is noir classics.

Gotham noir really works really well as Batman lends himself better than anyone to the classic ’40s detective story then many other genres. This really takes a backseat to batman as we have James Gordon painted as a classic noir detective. Gotham Noir was the first collaboration between Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. It is one of the best elseworld tales all time as gotham noir stands out as a gem.

Gotham Central is an Ed Brubaker comic at its finest. It paints gotham’s finest in the limelight over batman. The stories are about the cops of gotham really dealing with the villains and mobsters that rule this seedy and dark city of noir. Soft Targets,” which ranks as one of the best Joker stories of all time. Before The Dark Knight put the same images on the big screen, Brubaker, Rucka and Lark showed how the cops could deal with a fearful engine of chaos who regarded them as less than pawns in his battle against Batman, and the lengths they’d go to try to stop him themselves. Greg Rucka and Ed Brubaker crafted out a masterpiece of comics.

Batman: The Long Halloween by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale often figures on the list of the best batman stories all time. Taking place during Batman’s early days of crime-fighting, The Long Halloween tells the story of a mysterious killer named Holiday, who murders people on holidays, one each month as batman looks into this crime it takes place in his early days as a hero. It has allies of James gordon and Harvey Dent work with batman to take down the mob and fight the starting war on supervillains. It paints a good picture of batman and his allies in the early days with many of the finest gotham villains all time.  Tim Sale’s art strikes this balance with great subtlety, all the gangsters are drawn with relatively realistic features and proportions, while the “freaks” are drawn with bizarre, larger-than-life styles. Even Bruce and Selina are drawn relatively mundane, but when they slip into costume, suddenly they’re outrageous caricatures. At its heart, though, the story focuses on Batman as a crime-solver first and foremost and while there is plenty of action, it never gets in the way of a solid, brain-bending mystery. Its one mystery with the many great moments of joker and other villains. he incredible mystery, the subtle themes of changing face of the city. Its one of the finest batman tales all time.

The Laughing Fish(Detective Comics Vol. 1 #475-476). The Gotham fishing industry suffers a major hit when the latest catch comes back contaminated. No, BP isn’t to blame this time. These fish clearly resemble the man responsible for their grotesque appearance: The Joker. It is one of the joker’s most crazy crimes all time. It is joker at his finest as he does connect to the noirish elements too with this crazy crime. This wonderful tale is one of the finest comic book tales all time.

The maltese falcon is one of the greatest detective tales all time. It is noir at its finest too.With a fine combination of cast, characters, story, and atmosphere, this classic is one of the most entertaining films of its kind as bogart is at his finest. Its acting by everyone is wonderful. It would even shape many comics later.

Today’s talk is about comics and one movie that  that has noir traits in them. Today i talked about the stuff that dreams are made of.

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