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Batman: Year One Hundred is the most famous work from writer/artist Paul Pope. The year is 2039, and it is one hundred years since the Batman first debuted, at the advent of World War II.

Batman: Year One Hundred is the most famous work from writer/artist Paul Pope. Pope takes the concepts of realism that Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy is famous for, and did it better than Nolan could. He combines a gritty future dystopia with some slight fantastical elements to tell a story of a Gotham City desperately in need of the Batman. After disappearing for decades, presumably due to old age, a man in the cape and cowl has reappeared to fight for justice.

Batman: Year One Hundred. These all ages tales from the DC Universe, beautifully written and illustrated by Art Baltazar and Franco, will entertain new readers and seasoned fans of comics.

Paul Pope (born September 25 1970) is an American alternative comic book artist

Paul Pope (born September 25 1970) is an American alternative comic book artist. Influenced by Ray Bradbury and Edgar Rice Burroughs, Pope's stories evoke poignant, under-explored aspects of youth culture. Discussing the story, which is set in 2039, one hundred years after the first appearance of the caped crusader, Pope said: "I wanted to present a new take on Batman, who is without a doubt a mythic figure in our pop-psyche. My Batman is not only totally science fiction, he's also a very physical superhero: he bleeds, he sweats, he eats.

Visionary writer/artist Paul Pope presents a futuristic mystery of epic proportions set in a dark, dystopian world devoid of privacy and filled with government. Year One Hundred (Batman (DC Comics Hardcover))

Visionary writer/artist Paul Pope presents a futuristic mystery of epic proportions set in a dark, dystopian world devoid of privacy and filled with government. Year One Hundred (Batman (DC Comics Hardcover)). Part of the Batman Series, Batman: Elseworlds Series, and Batman: Year 100 Series).

Batman: Year 100 is a four-issue American comic book mini-series starring Batman, published in 2006 by DC Comics. It was written and illustrated by Paul Pope and colored by José Villarrubia. The four issue series ran from February to May, 2006. The Gotham Police clash almost daily with Federal agents, who are pursuing the legendary "Batman.

Batman: year one hundred Written by Paul Pope. Art and cover by Pope. Acclaimed writer/illustrator Paul Pope (SOLO, 100%) delivers a startling four-issue miniseries set in Gotham City in the year 2039!

Batman: year one hundred Written by Paul Pope. Acclaimed writer/illustrator Paul Pope (SOLO, 100%) delivers a startling four-issue miniseries set in Gotham City in the year 2039! Detective Gordon, grandson of Commissioner Jim Gordon, is baffled when a Federal agent is found murdered on his beat. The investigation gets darker when the prime suspect is a man without an identity, a man who shouldn't exist-the Batman!

It is the year 2039 (one hundred years since Batman was created, wink wink nudge nudge), and technology is so pervasive that nothing is unknown by the government. nothing except for this mysterious "Batman" who has sprung out of seemingly nothingness

It is the year 2039 (one hundred years since Batman was created, wink wink nudge nudge), and technology is so pervasive that nothing is unknown by the government. nothing except for this mysterious "Batman" who has sprung out of seemingly nothingness. Now, a federal agent is dead, and this "Batman" is wanted for the crime.

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Visionary writer/artist Paul Pope presents a futuristic mystery of epic proportions set in a dark, dystopian world devoid of privacy and filled with government conspiracies, psychic police, holographic caller ID and absolutely no room for "secret identities. In Gotham City, 2039, a federal agent is murdered and a contingent of Washington's top agents is hot on the suspect's trail. The Batman, a forgotten icon from the past, is wanted for the murder. Batman : year 100 was merged with this page

Batman: Year One Hundred. Batman : year 100 was merged with this page. Visionary writer/artist Paul Pope presents a futuristic mystery of epic proportions set in a dark, dystopian world devoid of privacyand filled with government conspiracies, psychic police, holographic caller ID and absolutely no room for "secret identities. ngent of Washington's top agents is hot on the suspect's trail.

Visionary writer/artist Paul Pope presents a futuristic mystery of epic proportions set in a dark, dystopian world devoid of privacy and filled with government conspiracies, psychic police, holographic caller ID and absolutely no room for "secret identities."In Gotham City, 2039, a federal agent is murdered and a contingent of Washington's top agents is hot on the suspect's trail. The Batman, a forgotten icon from the past, is wanted for the murder. Amid the chaos Gotham City Police Detective Gordon, grandson of the former commissioner, discovers that the man they are chasing shouldn't exist at all.
Humin
*Batman: Year One Hundred* is the most famous work from writer/artist Paul Pope. Pope takes the concepts of realism that Christopher Nolan's *Dark Knight Trilogy* is famous for, and did it better than Nolan could. He combines a gritty future dystopia with some slight fantastical elements to tell a story of a Gotham City desperately in need of the Batman.

The year is 2039, and it is one hundred years since the Batman first debuted, at the advent of World War II. After disappearing for decades, presumably due to old age, a man in the cape and cowl has reappeared to fight for justice. Justice is in short supply in this world.

The state is a large apparatus of government psychics and technology monitoring everything and everyone. Privacy is non-existant, and the Federal Police like it that way. Into this mess comes Detective James Gordon, grandson of the original Commissioner Gordon, who worked with Batman. Now he finds himself thrust between a Batman (who is he? Is he the same man?) falsely accused of murder, corrupt federal agents, and a plot by rogue agents of the government to create a weapon of unimaginable proportion.

What I liked about this story is that Pope managed to portray a dystopian future, and some more realistic ideas on how to portray Bats in a way that didn't seem to limit his comic-book origins the way that Nolan does. He embraces them. The art was kinda strange, to be honest though. Not bad, at all. Quite good actually. I just had a unique aesthetic to it that was... different.

The end has some bonus commentary and other features, as well as Pope's first major *Batman* story. This was a short vignette that told of the "Berlin Batman", Baruch Wayne, in Nazi Germany. It was kinda an interesting mix of gritty modernism and the Silver Age view of the character.

I really liked this view on the Bat mythos.

High Recommended.
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An excellent iteration of a classic character. The art of Paul Pope is original and gritty. A truly great style and great counterpart to the story. It's set in a dreary future with new characters, some connected to old ones. I liked it a lot. If you are seeking a creative reimagining of the character then look no further. If you want the classic Batman in the Gotham you're familiar with then this is not for you.
Quellik
In "batman year 100", we find batman set in the future. 40 years after "the dark knight returns" perhaps. The reason why i refer to "the dark knight returns" is because "batman year 100" is just as iconic and remarkable as "the dark knight returns." I would much rather consider this a sequel more than "the dark knight strikes again." Its gritty and the artwork is outstanding. i love how batman looks grimey and old. The addition of fangs to instill fear in his enemies was a great concept that made him even more satisfyingly morbid. i like the whole concept of a future police state where privacy is outlawed and the government is always watching you. this made batman the only unknown in the country. WE MUST FIND WHO IS BATMAN! this was a brilliant story that felt down to earth and massive at the same time. its not too futuristic as well. the best way i can describe is like this: take "batman year one" and mix it with "the dark knight returns" and you got this. the only thing is that there is no iconic villians but rather a looming doomsday plot veiled by a murder mystery. its batman back to his detective work. i love the way the author ponders over the batman mythology. is he 100? how so? is it a title that is passed down? none of these get answered but its obvious that it was to fuel the wonder and awe about the whole spectacle. maybe he is one of the bat soldiers from the end of "the dark knight returns!!" the author does acknowledge "the dark knight returns" too in one scene. If you didnt like the sequel to "the dark knight returns" check this out, its a excellent read if you want to see batman get banged up real good. i love the bike chase with the new "robin" too. he doesn't wear the corny red and green tights, he wears a batman costume also. Two batman's!!!
Pemand
Just mysterious enough to keep the fire going. Paul Pope's bold vision is not your average Batman. It is so much more imaginative than the negative reviews let you think. Pope makes you rethink the mythos we have always known. His understanding of the characters is awesome and his drawings contain an amazing energy that few comics can live up to. Color is great. Action is amazing. I love it. Should be in the top ten of every Batman fan!
Shak
One of my favorite Batman stories ever. In fact, this may be my favorite Batman character. Anonymous city, anonymous Batman. This Batman is a little more "real world" in his behavior, reflections, and interactions. This isn't the pretty boy, trust fund, "I miss my parents" Batman. Year One Hundred takes it more towards an "adult" Batman; grittier, etc. I wish this particular characterization of Batman could go on... but, alas, people want to see Batman driving expensive, military style super cars and planes modeled after space ships. You don't that crap here. What you get is a Batman that is a shadow in a world where everyone's ID is known. You get an "everyman" who fights a more underground battle against the establishment. This Batman would eat chicken legs and drink a beer before he sat down to have "Alfred" serve him lamb chops.
Punind
Set in 2039, a century after Batman first appeared this story pits Batman against a government that is out of control eager to shred every last bit of privacy. Including the true identity of certain vigilante.

Creator Paul Pope lavishes attention on Batman's costume and equipment putting real thought into what he might wear and how it might work. The sketchbook pages are a real treat and should be required reading for future Batman artists.

The story itself is fairly linear, but the storytelling is excellent. You really feel that Batman is in danger throughout.
Batman: Year One Hundred ebook
Author:
Paul Pope
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DC Comics; 1st edition (April 23, 2013)
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