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Batman: The Order of Beasts (Batman: Elseworlds)

2.95  ·  Rating Details  ·  62 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Eddie Campbell and Daren White's _Batman: The Order of the Beasts_ is another of DC Comics' Elseworlds graphic novels. Set in 1939, this story features a young Bruce Wayne in London about a year after he assumed the mantle of Batman, and Wayne makes use of both his identities to thwart a deranged plot to kill off the members, who include Winston Churchill, of an exclusive ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published 2004 by DC
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Timothy Boyd
Feb 12, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it liked it
Nice alternate universe Batman story. Good art and plot. Recommended
Epeeblade
Apr 04, 2014 Epeeblade rated it liked it
This was pretty silly.
Earl
Dec 02, 2014 Earl rated it liked it
Interesting, but not quite "there."
Angela
Sep 06, 2013 Angela rated it it was ok
Shelves: read-2013
Sometimes with Batman, I wonder why more people don't know he's Bruce Wayne (sorry to spoil it for you). Reading this, it is unlikely many wouldn't know who he is. How convenient that Batman shows up in England at the same time as Wayne. The book has a secret society in it which is fun but for 48 pages, it took me forever to read.
Jason
Jan 27, 2009 Jason rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Die hard batman fans, not the average comic reader.
Shelves: graphic-novels
It was pretty neat having it take place in another country, but the story telling was sub par. The artwork was unique but seemed very rough and unpolished. This may be percieved as a good thing or a bad thing, for me it is neither. The Order of beasts are an interesting foe that made for wuite a peculiar story.
Benjamin
Jan 22, 2010 Benjamin rated it it was ok
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Pretty lame, especially for how cool it could have been. A still training Batman discovers a secret society while solving a series of murders in London. A lot better could have been done with the premise.
Angela
Jul 29, 2012 Angela rated it liked it
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Batman goes to 1930's London, where a secret society is being killed off to a nursary rhyme. A good little adventure and the artwork is pretty.
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Eddie Campbell has earned an international following. For over 25 years, he has blazed a trail in the world of graphic novels, and his work has earned nearly every honor in the field, including the Eisner, Ignatz, and Harvey awards.

With Alan Moore he created the towering opus From Hell, later adapted by Hollywood. Among the multitude of solo works he has produced, the epic series Bacchus brings th
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