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It's the storm of the century, and it's headed straight for Gotham City. The guardians of this sprawling urban center - Nightwing, Batwoman and the Batman himself - think they've prepared for the worst. They have no idea. Thanks to the machinations of the macabre scientist Dr. Hugo Strange, the storm has unleashed a rain of monsters upon the city. Colossal creatures are st It's the storm of the century, and it's headed straight for Gotham City. The guardians of this sprawling urban center - Nightwing, Batwoman and the Batman himself - think they've prepared for the worst. They have no idea. Thanks to the machinations of the macabre scientist Dr. Hugo Strange, the storm has unleashed a rain of monsters upon the city. Colossal creatures are stomping through the streets, terrorizing the citizens and challenging the skills of even Gotham's greatest heroes. Can the Dark Knight and his allies stem the tide of destruction? Or will the Night of the Monster Men mark the fall of the Bat? Find out in this first chapter of the Batman: Night of the Monster Men crossover from the creative team of Steve Orlando, Tom King and Riley Rossmo, reprinting Batman #7.


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It's the storm of the century, and it's headed straight for Gotham City. The guardians of this sprawling urban center - Nightwing, Batwoman and the Batman himself - think they've prepared for the worst. They have no idea. Thanks to the machinations of the macabre scientist Dr. Hugo Strange, the storm has unleashed a rain of monsters upon the city. Colossal creatures are st It's the storm of the century, and it's headed straight for Gotham City. The guardians of this sprawling urban center - Nightwing, Batwoman and the Batman himself - think they've prepared for the worst. They have no idea. Thanks to the machinations of the macabre scientist Dr. Hugo Strange, the storm has unleashed a rain of monsters upon the city. Colossal creatures are stomping through the streets, terrorizing the citizens and challenging the skills of even Gotham's greatest heroes. Can the Dark Knight and his allies stem the tide of destruction? Or will the Night of the Monster Men mark the fall of the Bat? Find out in this first chapter of the Batman: Night of the Monster Men crossover from the creative team of Steve Orlando, Tom King and Riley Rossmo, reprinting Batman #7.

30 review for Halloween ComicFest 2017 Batman: Night of the Monster Men Special Edition

  1. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    I don't think this is a good starting point for Rebirth. I don't think this is a good starting point for Rebirth.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    Not bad, but Part 2 (in Nightwing) was better. I liked that Duke is being featured more in this story though!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dr Rashmit Mishra

    Absolutely fantastic! Guest writer Steve Orlando's start to the monster men saga was entertaining,high stakes , action packed and over all simply too much fun specially considering how ridiculous the whole plot sounded Batman in probably one of the most feasible and close to reality hero , The scenarios and characters of Batman are mostly possible in real life and yet countless times we have seen over the top , absurd ideas been brought into the Batman comics.so the announcement of Batman fightin Absolutely fantastic! Guest writer Steve Orlando's start to the monster men saga was entertaining,high stakes , action packed and over all simply too much fun specially considering how ridiculous the whole plot sounded Batman in probably one of the most feasible and close to reality hero , The scenarios and characters of Batman are mostly possible in real life and yet countless times we have seen over the top , absurd ideas been brought into the Batman comics.so the announcement of Batman fighting Kaijus on streets of Gotham was associated with huge number of eye rolling from me and yet to my surprise the story was handled very Well The story despite being so larger than life never felt absurd which speaks volume to Steve Orlando's skill as a author. Sure Tom King is also a co author but his run at Batman comics so far has been very disappointing and this felt very different to what we have seen from Kings work hence I am bound to give most of the credit to Orlando The art also was very stunning ,Riley Rossmo does fantastic work as a guest illustrator and the art looks very close to the All star Batman art and very refreshing from the usual Batman art The only drawback of the book would be for those who aren't updated on the Batman mythos ergo readers who are unaware of the events of Nightwing or Detective comics maybe left confused Apart from that the Part 1 of Night of Monster Men , exceeded all my expectations and truly became the best issue of Batman title since the Rebirth era started , here's hoping it doesn't disappoint in future

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wayne McCoy

    'Batman #7' in the DC Rebirth universe by Steve Orlando and Tom King begins a crossover story called Night of the Monster Men. The story includes BatWoman, NightWing and Clayface among others. It begins on a rainy night in Gotham and a series of bodies lying in a morgue. What happens to those bodies is gruesome and strange. Meanwhile Batman and his team are trying to help evacuate Gotham from the impending flood. They are just getting a plan together when they are attacked by a horrific monster. 'Batman #7' in the DC Rebirth universe by Steve Orlando and Tom King begins a crossover story called Night of the Monster Men. The story includes BatWoman, NightWing and Clayface among others. It begins on a rainy night in Gotham and a series of bodies lying in a morgue. What happens to those bodies is gruesome and strange. Meanwhile Batman and his team are trying to help evacuate Gotham from the impending flood. They are just getting a plan together when they are attacked by a horrific monster. Can they fight it off and save the poor citizens of Gotham? It will probably be better as a complete story arc. I liked the weird monsters in this and Riley Rossino does a cool job on art. There is plenty going on. I look forward to seeing what comes next. I received a review copy of this issue from DC Entertainment and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this comic book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brendan

    This issue finds the first cross over event for the Rebirth series and it doesn't disappoint. The characters are still at odds after the last battle that saw a comrade fall in battle. The story isn't grand but the monsters do make for some interesting artwork. This issue finds the first cross over event for the Rebirth series and it doesn't disappoint. The characters are still at odds after the last battle that saw a comrade fall in battle. The story isn't grand but the monsters do make for some interesting artwork.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tar Buendía

    La historia de momento no ha contado nada pero la he disfrutado. El dibujo y el color son TAN bonitos. Pero TAN bonitos. Que estoy enamorada. Me encanta el estilo.

  7. 5 out of 5

    asmaa🌻

    I don't know if I like the direction the Rebirth is taking with Batman.. The artwork is pretty cool, so there's that. Also, where did that futuristic screen projected from his cowl even come from?? xD I don't know if I like the direction the Rebirth is taking with Batman.. The artwork is pretty cool, so there's that. Also, where did that futuristic screen projected from his cowl even come from?? xD

  8. 5 out of 5

    mike andrews

    Night of the Monster Men begins.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Marisa Carpico

    Fine start to this event. Perhaps presses too hard on giving us Batman's metal state going into it, but interested to see where it goes. Fine start to this event. Perhaps presses too hard on giving us Batman's metal state going into it, but interested to see where it goes.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Etienne

    Not sure what to think of this new mini series, but it sure ain't impress me in this issues. Hopefully it will get better! Not sure what to think of this new mini series, but it sure ain't impress me in this issues. Hopefully it will get better!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Oh shit son.

  12. 5 out of 5

    John

    The Monster Men are here.Nuff said.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Letande D'Argon

    Second story arc in the DC Rebirth Batman a-a-and... still bad. I'll be honest, I didn't read Batman for quite some time. Not really a big fan. I mean, I'm OK with Bruce, but... he's far from being my favorite character. Isn't even in my top list. So, maybe hardcore fanboys and girls will get different impression from this one. But I just can't like it. Don't get me wrong, though. Artwork is pretty nice, while action is good. The problem is - the story is bad, while situations feel extremely date Second story arc in the DC Rebirth Batman a-a-and... still bad. I'll be honest, I didn't read Batman for quite some time. Not really a big fan. I mean, I'm OK with Bruce, but... he's far from being my favorite character. Isn't even in my top list. So, maybe hardcore fanboys and girls will get different impression from this one. But I just can't like it. Don't get me wrong, though. Artwork is pretty nice, while action is good. The problem is - the story is bad, while situations feel extremely dated. Also, like all previous issues here, this one presumes that you've read a lot of Batman stories. Why is it bad? I mean, it's a Batman series, why not to put a lot of Batman stuff in it? For many reasons. First of all, DC Rebirth was supposed to be a good starting point for the new readers. It was designed that way. DC wanted new readers and when you go to the comic book store and ask when to start, you'll often get DC Universe Rebirth as the first suggestion. And that's where Batman fails. There are way too many mentions of the characters and events the new readers can't possible know. You'll need to read a lot of stuff to understand what's going on here and who are all those people. And that's pretty much a failure for the whole Rebirth thing. Instead of adding more generic stories and characters, it was much better idea to include better introduction for the new readers. Another big reason of why it's bad is the whole Watchmen story. You see, DC Rebirth also means some sort of in-built "crisis". Instead of Crisis on Infinite Earths, or Flashpoint that were some sort of separate world-changing mini-series, DC Rebirth have the same exact thing inside of its comics. To understand what happened with the universe, you'll need to read a lot of different comics from DC Rebirth. You'll need to read DC Universe Rebirth, you'll need to read Doomsday Clock, you'll need to read The Flash and, of course, you'll need to read Batman. It's all connected and you will need to read all that to understand what's going on. So, you see now? You'll need to read Batman to understand what's going on in The Flash and (all) other stories, but to understand what's going on in Batman, you'll need to read a lot of other stuff. Bad, bad, bad idea. Of course, writing itself is still bad. Even worse, maybe. You see, Tom King was bad. Very, very bad. But guess what? They've added a person, who literally killed Supergirl in DC Rebirth with his awful writing. Ladies and gentlemen, Steve Orlando! Reading Batman so far is like a torture for me. I can't stand the story, I can't stand poor new characters, I can't stand writers... I can't stand literally everything, except art and action.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Heare Watts

    A crossover event that brings Batman, Batwoman, and Nightwing together to protect Gotham from evil monsters. This is a comic based book. I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway and I am under no obligation to write a review and do so voluntarily. All thoughts, opinions, and ratings are my own.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Robin Case

    Batman in Action This is one of the best comics, I enjoyed Batman not as a brooding jerk. It was a combination of both good art and a decent storyline.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Whetzel

    Free issue on DC Comics app. Good story, with a good ending to get you to buy the next issue.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ellie Hope

    70/100

  18. 5 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    Hugo Strange's Monster Men are those classic Batman villains who have stuck with me for a long time, so I'm glad that there's this event centered around that idea. Hugo Strange's Monster Men are those classic Batman villains who have stuck with me for a long time, so I'm glad that there's this event centered around that idea.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Glen Pettifer

    Short but ok Good enough for a free comic. Storyline was easy to follow and the artwork was acceptable but far from other comics art quality. A good read over a cuppa!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Thibaut Nicodème

    Always here for the batfamily actually…you know, saving people

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    It's a good action story, but a little too showy for a Batman story, IMO. Still, I guess readers need a change-up. Threads through other books. It's a good action story, but a little too showy for a Batman story, IMO. Still, I guess readers need a change-up. Threads through other books.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Taylor Cayes

    I really wish Steve Orlando's writing were better. :-/ I really wish Steve Orlando's writing were better. :-/

  23. 5 out of 5

    Youssef Almkari

    Hugo's monster men are here. The bat family fights them off. Skipping this crossover. Hugo's monster men are here. The bat family fights them off. Skipping this crossover.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Billy Sanchez

    Simply Scary Good Not sense the Long Halloween has Batman been this good. Can't wait to continue the story line.a very scary read. Simply Scary Good Not sense the Long Halloween has Batman been this good. Can't wait to continue the story line.a very scary read.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    Rather ordinary start to another Hugo Strange genetic nightmare.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kelvin Reed

    The artwork is amazing!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Unai

    El comienzo del crossover de momento no me ha convencido mucho.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michael Hill

    Crossover Nice story from the hint to zero year to BRI going Night Wing and Bat Woman to the story line.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Decent for the start of a three parter. We'll see where it goes. Decent for the start of a three parter. We'll see where it goes.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Neal Nederhoff

    I love the new Batman books, but not loving the beginning of this 'Night of the Monster Men' crossover. Hoping it gets stronger as it goes along. I love the new Batman books, but not loving the beginning of this 'Night of the Monster Men' crossover. Hoping it gets stronger as it goes along.

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