Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul

Batman The Resurrection of Ra s al Ghul The unforgettable epic is now in trade paperback Batman s immortal foe Ra s al Ghul should be dead at last so how has he returned to haunt The Dark Knight Find out in this intense tale originally pr

  • Title: Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul
  • Author: Grant Morrison Paul Dini Peter Milligan Fabian Nicieza Keith Champagne David López Jason Pearson Tony S. Daniel
  • ISBN: 9781401220327
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul

    The unforgettable epic is now in trade paperback Batman s immortal foe, Ra s al Ghul, should be dead at last so how has he returned to haunt The Dark Knight Find out in this intense tale originally presented in BATMAN ANNUAL 26, BATMAN 670 671, ROBIN 168 169, ROBIN ANNUAL 7, NIGHTWING 138 139 and DETECTIVE COMICS 838 839 Ra s al Ghul is back but what does hThe unforgettable epic is now in trade paperback Batman s immortal foe, Ra s al Ghul, should be dead at last so how has he returned to haunt The Dark Knight Find out in this intense tale originally presented in BATMAN ANNUAL 26, BATMAN 670 671, ROBIN 168 169, ROBIN ANNUAL 7, NIGHTWING 138 139 and DETECTIVE COMICS 838 839 Ra s al Ghul is back but what does his return have to do with Batman s teenaged son, Damian whose mother is Ra s al Ghul s daughter, Talia It will take the combined skills of Batman, Robin and Nightwing to get to the bottom of these mysteries and stop Ra s al Ghul s insidious plans.

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    One thought on “Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul

    1. Jayson

      (B+) 77% | GoodNotes: Wherein family ties, innate or gained, are bonds of allegiance that collide with self-interest until one breaks the other.

    2. Jeff

      Two crappy Batman books in a row. Oh, the humanity!Look kids, Ra’s Al Ghul is being resurrected for the thousandth time. Whoopee! I hate Ra’s Al Ghul! Why does he have to be in Batman’s rogue’s gallery? Give him to Animal Man or Dr. Mid-Nite.Also, continuity problems – when you’re writing story lines by committee it would be nice if someone kept track of the story thread. Example – Batman gets his arm broken and gored by a spear. I mean that thing went all the way through and out t [...]

    3. Dirk Grobbelaar

      Ranty ReviewI’ve always felt that the whole Talia al Ghul and Damian Wayne angle was a bit superfluous. For one thing: did DC really need another Robin? This brings the tally up to, what, six Robins (depending on who you ask, and whether you include the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns timeline)? Also, Damian is really annoying. Why would any franchise want to carry a character that nobody likes? Okay, that few people like. It seems that DC has dispensed with this complication (for now), and go [...]

    4. Gianfranco Mancini

      One hundred authors and artists for Ra's al Ghul's hundredth resurrection, bad artworks, embarassing dialogues and a trio of gravity defying cleavage villainess that seem out of a bad 90s 'Bad Girls' comics But some parts (very few) were good and Talia/"Red Sonja" made me laugh! XD

    5. Donovan

      This tells the origin and journeys of Ra's al Ghul (pronounced raysh). He begins life as a young idealistic physician in ancient Arabia. With the training and knowledge of an old wise man, Ra's discovers the Lazarus Pit with the assistance of his new wife. Tragedy strikes, and his desire to help people shifts to revenge and the desire for power.This was solidly good. I think if Morrison had been able to write all of it, and Tony S. Daniel illustrate, it would have been great, if only for consist [...]

    6. Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

      Damn. And here I thought I was jumping into more Grant Morrison stuff after going through his big Batman run. Well I sure was wrong with this one. At almost every chapter, the artists and writer changes. At times, the ideas that were thought of were intriguing, but they were never exploited properly with this whole, continuous swap. This takes place a little after Batman and Son. More often than not, I felt like some of these character's personalities were overdone. Tim Drake was quite annoying [...]

    7. Gavin

      Grant Morrison AND Paul Dini! 2 of the great Batman writers tackle this great story involving Batman and all his 'sons' (Dick/Tim/Damian) along with Ra's Al Ghul's return and their battle(s). The main theme of the book I picked up on was father-son dynamics between Batman and his 'sons' as well as other characters. A Great story with Nightwing, Robin and others but not overcrowding by throwing tons of characters in for no reason. Great artwork too.

    8. Sesana

      This was a crossover event between four of the Bat-books: Batman (Grant Morrison), Detective Comics (Paul Dini), Robin (Peter Milligan), and Nightwing (Fabian Nicieza). The major ones, in other words. These guys must have had some serious plotting discussion before they went to work, because the usual pitfalls of crossovers (uneven writing, stories that have little to do with each other) are minimized here. No, it's not exactly 52 levels of cooperation, but it's better than I usually expect such [...]

    9. Roxanne

      100% shit bag Damian is gonna get his soul harvested by his creepy grandpa, you know just a casual tuesday so he needs help by pissing off tim and dick and then a bunch of ninjas show up, and batman is off with talia and urgh the whole plot is just meh, and it really boils down to does anyone give a shit about any of this? I've never been of a fan of ghul or talia, i'm not even sure why i got this, it's probably better for those that love these characters. If your a tim fan it's a good one as he [...]

    10. Sam Quixote

      SPOILERSSo Ra's Al-Ghul is back from the dead. Again. He's after a new body to insert his spirit into and picks his daughter Talia and Bruce Wayne's kid, Damian, for the task only Damian doesn't want to be a shell for a centuries old nutjob so he runs to Gotham to hide. Enter the Bat. This is a pre-cursor to the huge saga that Batman went on that Grant Morrison masterminded, so maybe coming to this after I've read the series is a bit late, but I guess I was hoping for some sh*ts and giggles, but [...]

    11. John Yelverton

      Interesting story that keeps you guessing right up until the very end, and then it disappoints with its lackluster ending.

    12. Jeff

      My second foray into Batman as a father. The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul addresses Ra's' attempts to re-animate to continue his work with the League of Shadows. The first prelude chapter was amazing as it described the process by which Ra's is brought back to life: in my opinion, the strongest chapter in the entire graphic novel. We're also given more insight into Damian as Batman's son. His cockiness is still there, but it is now masked in the form of adolescence. Damian continues to want to g [...]

    13. Gregory

      I just finished reading this book and enjoyed it. I plan on reading it again soon. Batman's real enemy isn't the Joker, it is Ra's Al Ghul who is Batman's intellecutal equal. He always finds a way to be 20 steps ahead of everyone. Just when you think you have him figure out, he always surpises you. Grant Morrison and Paul Dini have done an excellent job. I am looking forward to reading the next chapter of Morrison's run on Batman.

    14. Ragnell

      I hate to be this person, but honestly I only liked a few parts of this story, and those were the ones written by Morrison. Dini's parts were passable, the stuff by Milligan was irritating, and the stuff by Nicieza was infuriating. I really like Damian, he's the latest in a line of heroes descended from villains who inherited a really terrible demeanor from their villain progenitor (Pietro Maxioff, Soranik Natu), and the one closest to being an actual villain. Fortunately, his homicidal tendenci [...]

    15. Kenny

      3.5/5Up to this point I’ve loved Grant Morrison’s take on Batman in his Batman R.I.P. Series. While I enjoyed Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul, I didn’t love it. There are some interesting interactions between Dick & Tim, but it is riddled with plot holes, has too many characters that pop in and out for no reason, has soap opera moments and ending that comes out of nowhere.Given Grant Morrison's great fresh-classic take on Batman in Batman and Son, I expected great things from [...]

    16. Emily Green

      Batman: The Resurrection of Ra’s Al Ghul, collectively written by Grant Morrison, Paul Dini, Peter Milligan, Fabian Nicieza, and Keith Champagne, pits Batman against Ra’s Al Ghul in a fight to save his son, Damian, who also happens to be Ra’s Al Ghul’s grandson. Also joining the battle are Robin, Nightwing, Talia, and, to the great amusement of the audience, Alfred.The collection shows some sophisticated character development, especially for Robin, who must choose alliances and decide wh [...]

    17. Justyn Rampa

      Okay, so this volume covers an epic story that is told through various issues of four Batman titles: Batman, Robin, Nightwing, Detective Comics. You also have four different authors and four different artists. The storyline is very well done, all four authors (only two of which I was familiar) came together to tell an awesome, touching, crazy, kick-ass, emotional story. I really enjoyed this much more than I expected too, but yeah, it was pretty solid.There are two reasons why it did not get a f [...]

    18. Jbainnz

      I really enjoyed this. Although there are a few missteps, it still stand up a a great Batman tale!This story had me engaged from the start. It had a classic Morrison feel with this book. And even though it was spread over most of the bat titles, it didn't lose too much steam.Ok let's start with the easy part, the cons:The main was for me the character White Ghost. He has this classic seedy long white hair going for the most part of this book. Then, at the very end, his look went from and old lon [...]

    19. Tomás

      Un crossover entre las distintas colecciones de la bat-familia que es puro pochoclo, pero el mejor de los pochoclos porque entretiene y no baja un cambio en ningún momento. Tiene mucha acción y algunos de los dibujantes no están para nada mal, sin llegar a ser "excelentes".No veo necesario leer esta saga para entender la gran etapa de Morrison frente al hombre murciélago, pero si sos completista (como yo) y tenés ganas de leer algo entretenido en un domingo lluvioso, no es una mala opción. [...]

    20. Kathleen

      Oh Nightwing, of course the thousand ninjas are to deal with Tim. Damian is foolish, egotistical, and has entitlement issues that make him a guaranteed easy capture. And you're right, a thousand ninjas is the bare minimum of what I would send against Tim, too. If he didn't have to protect Damian so much, they never would have taken him.I really loved the parallel fights between Tim and Damian and Tim and Dick. Because the bat-family is so far beyond hugging their problems out that I find it amaz [...]

    21. Mouse

      Grant Morrisone Master of the Batman fiasco! That's my title for Morrison every time I talk about him. His stories just don't make senseuff is all over the place and unorganizedo many Golden Age references too. I'm still reeling from the appearance of the Batman of Zur-en-arrhe that was some weird sh*t!!Okay, so this story wasn't great, but it wasn't terriblebut it did have one of the worst characters in DC historyMr. I-Ching! The White Ghost and the crazy old man ninja were pretty bad character [...]

    22. Karla

      This storyline brings all of Batman's brood together--Nightwing (formerly Robin), the new Robin, and (drumroll please) Batman's flesh and blood son, Damian.Just how Batman managed to create a love child with the daughter of his arch enemy, Ra's Al Ghul, is not addressed. What is addressed is the urgent need to save this bratty batchild from his grandfather, since Ra's Al Ghul is in desperate need of a new body to host his centuries old conciousness.

    23. Virginia

      Eh. It was interesting and fast-paced, chock-ful of action. However, the plotting and storyline was somewhat confusing and I kept thinking as I neared the end, "There must be another volume before this story ends." But no, instead, it wrapped up all nicely with a bow and a "deus ex machina" and finished in 10 pages or so. Lame.

    24. Keith

      Unlike the rest of Morrison's Bat-run, I've only read Resurrection one other time, and I remember thinking it was a horrible trainwreck of a crossover that almost threatened to derail both Morrison's and Paul Dini's mid-00's runs before they began to pick up steam.Rereading the book now, I can see how that's a little bit true, but also that I failed to understand the story because, during my first reading, I had not read any Iron Fist.The Resurrection storyline, I think (without asking anyone, r [...]

    25. Chaitra

      Immediately after reading Batman and Son, I read The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul, at about 2 A.M. in the morning, so maybe I was asking for it. While this was a more coherent crossover thingy, it's still a bit of WTF inducing, because all the characters act differently when a different author is at the helm. Okay when it's separate books, not okay here. So Damian is 14 now and his attitude hasn't improved. He's with Talia who seems to have sprouted mothering instincts all of a sudden, at least [...]

    26. Trekscribbler

      The funny thing about comic books is that -- no matter how hard the hero tries -- you can never keep a good (or bad) man down, and Ras al Ghul defies death (kinda/sorta) in the latest hardcover Bat-release, BATMAN: THE RESURRECTION OF RAS AL GHUL. In a recent radio interview on Coast-to-Coast, Neal Adams remarked that he and Denny O'Neil -- in their massive stint at re-creating the Batman mythology in the 1970's and 1980's -- were tasked at one point in creating a stellar Bat-villain: much like [...]

    27. Nicole

      A decent story arc. It worked well enough for someone like me who hasn’t read all the other material. It’s a continuous, self-contained story without any out-of-left-field tangents. The story is all about family ties, with the theme played out in several clusters: Bruce-Damian-Talia, Bruce-Richard-Tim-Damian, Talia-Ra’s-Damian, and the Sensei-Ra’s-White Ghost. I felt the chapter featuring Damian on his own didn’t add much to the story. But that’s partly because Damian tends to be suc [...]

    28. Will Robinson Jr.

      A Batman tale that starts well and ends well. As the title says this graphic novel is about the return of the Ra's Al Ghul. Rs's Al Ghul is one of Batman's most formidable foes. This is due to the fact that he has a secret cult like organization that operates around the world. Also he is practically immortal thinks to the magical properties of the Lazarus pits in which he baths his decaying body. Finally, Ra's knows all of Batman's secrets which includes his secret identity, training, and tactic [...]

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