In the few years since his entry into the indie film community, Kevin Smith has seen it all -- from the surprise critical and commercial success he received for his debut film Clerks to the disappointing critical and commercial drubbing he took on his second outing, Mallrats. He caught a break on his third film, the critically hailed Chasing Amy, and managed not to get killed by the religious zealots over his fourth film, the comedic meditation Dogma. Thus not deterred, Smith advanced and has written and directed Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and Zach and Miri Make A Porno. He's written comic books featuring not only his own characters (Clerksand Jay and Silent Bob), but other characters as well--the award-winning Daredevil at Marvel Comics, and the award-winning GREEN ARROW at DC comics. And if the film thing doesn't pan out, he does own his own comic-book store -- Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash, in beautiful downtown Red Bank, New Jersey.
Batman: Cacophony (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)by Kevin Smith, Walter Flanagan
Best-selling comic book writer/director Kevin Smith (GREEN ARROW, Daredevil, Mallrats, Chasing Amy) steps into Gotham City to write this graphic novel featuring the mysterious masked killer known as Onomatopoeia who sets his sights - and sounds - against The Caped Crusader! Will Batman be able to uncover the relationship between The Joker and Onomatopoeia in time to keep them from destroying Gotham City? Or is the combination of these villains too much for The Dark Knight to handle? The wild ride that caught Batman between The Joker and Onomatopoeia comes to a crashing halt as Batman is forced to choose between capturing Onomatopoeia and saving The Joker's life! Will Onomatopoeia have the final word with a deadly "Bang!"? Find out in this exciting stand-alone story!
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Many people have fallen out of love with Levin Smith since Clerks first debuted. I don't know where I come down on that subject but this collection is suprisingly good. Smith's Batman is brusque and his Joker is psychotic just like they should be. His own creation, Onomonopeia, is a good adition to Batman's rogues gallery. The art by Smith's friend, Walt Flanagan, is much better than I expected and is more than servicable. Overall, this is a really good Batman story.
Dialouge and Art was awful. Didn't feel like a Batman book mainly just an angry man who thinks all his enemies should die dresed as a bat. It short and unworth the cash
Probably a fine comic. I have purchased it twice now from two different stores. Tried nook for pc, three different browsers. notta. It was presented as available for nook.