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Batman - Sword of Azrael #1-4 (1992) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 19, 2013
Batman - Sword of Azrael #1-4 (1992) Complete

Batman - Sword of Azrael #1-4 (1992) Complete
English | CBR | 4 Issues | HD | 272.21 MB

BATMAN: SWORD OF AZRAEL depicts the origin of Jean Paul Valley, the man who one day replaces Bruce Wayne as Batman. The descendant of holy warriors, Jean Paul is forced into using his ancestral super powers and abilities to become Azrael, the avenging angel of an ancient cult. But when the Order of St. Dumas targets Batman, Azrael begins to question his life and duty. After working alongside the Dark Knight to defeat the deadly demon that threatens the ancient cult, Azrael turns his back on the Order and leaves to train under the tutelage of Batman.

Batman: Sword of Azrael #1-4 (of 4) Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at March 19, 2011
Batman: Sword of Azrael #1-4 (of 4) Complete
Batman: Sword of Azrael #1-4 (of 4) Complete

Batman: Sword of Azrael #1-4 (of 4) Complete
4 CBZ's in RAR | DC | Published Oct 1992 - Jan 1993 | 35.38 MB Total

is a four-issue limited series that depicts the origin of Azrael aka Jean Paul Valley, the man who one day would replace Bruce Wayne as Batman and published by DC Comics from October 1992 through January 1993. Otherwise known as the "Prelude to Knightfall." After this 4-issue series Azrael then became a supporting character in the monthly titles, eventually taking over the role of Batman through the , and story arcs. Written by Dennis O'Neil; Art by Joe Quesada and Kevin Nowlan. Dennis O'Neal is perhaps most well known for turning Batman from the campiness of the 1960s TV show, to "The Batman", getting back to the character's darker roots and emphasizing his detective skills. This grimer and more sophisticated Dark Knight, as well as new villians such as Ra's Al Ghul, brought back Batman from the verge of pop culture oblivion. His work would influence later incarnations of Batman, from the seminal comic by Frank Miller, to the movie in 2005. Stands right up there among the best origin tales in the Batman mythos.

Batman - Sword of Azrael - Volume 1  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Sept. 10, 2016
Batman - Sword of Azrael - Volume 1

Batman - Sword of Azrael - Volume 1
Italian | CBR | 26 pages | 16.7 MB

Pierluigi Porazzi - Azrael  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by futon2009 at July 6, 2016
Pierluigi Porazzi - Azrael

Pierluigi Porazzi - Azrael
Italian | Marsilio | 2015 | ASIN: B00XYB8I1A | 358 pages | EPUB | 7 MB

Un misterioso assassino è pronto a colpire utilizzando lo stesso modus operandi del Teschio, il serial killer che agiva coperto da una inquietante maschera che gli è valsa il soprannome. Ma il Teschio è stato catturato, e attualmente è rinchiuso in un carcere di massima sicurezza. Allora chi si nasconde dietro la maschera del killer? Chi uccide imitando i macabri rituali del suo predecessore? Qualcuno che sta mettendo in atto una vendetta nei confronti dell’ex agente e profiler Alex Nero? Un complice? Un imitatore? Un seguace? Chi è Azrael?
Questi sono gli inquietanti interrogativi a cui sarà chiamato a rispondere Alex Nero, insieme alla squadra di investigatori con cui ha già collaborato nelle precedenti indagini.

Azrael - Death's Dark Knight #1-3 (2009) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 9, 2013
Azrael - Death's Dark Knight #1-3 (2009) Complete

Azrael - Death's Dark Knight #1-3 (2009) Complete
English | CBR | 3 Issues | 57.65 MB

A BATTLE FOR THE COWL tie-in limited series! He was a husband and a father. A brother and a friend. A cop and a dark knight. But he had all that taken away. He is Azrael, avenging angel for the Order of Purity and a new protector for Gotham City's troubled times.

Azrael #5 - #6  Comics

Posted by Coda at April 1, 2010
Azrael #5 - #6

Azrael #5 - #6 (2010)
CBR | English | 2 issues | 40,1 MB Total

Azrael Vol. 2 #3-4 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 25, 2010
Azrael Vol. 2 #3-4 (Ongoing)

Azrael Vol. 2 #3-4 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 2 CBR | DC Comics | Release Dates Dec 16 2009 - Jan 20 2010 | 44 MB Total
+ Azrael Vol. 2 Issues #1-2

Fabian Nicieza and Ramon Bach's Azrael takes its brooding anti-hero and has him make some difficult moral decisions without ever pushing him too far into the tired category of urban vigilantes willing to kill in order to clean up the streets. Batman is featured in issue #4. I've said in the first issue that DC Comics' relatively new monthly series takes some daring, yet just the right amount of understated, steps in the right direction. It still is, and is going into social commentary without being overbearing. Impressive, to say the least. I have also stated that Ramon Bach's artwork, on the other hand seems out of sync with the story and where it is going. Curiously it also still is. Perhaps it will grow on the readers, but I doubt it. Fabian Nicieza's story, excellent. Bach's artwork, misplaced.

Azrael - Death's Dark Knight #1-3 (of 3) Complete  Magazines

Posted by creatore1982 at Dec. 12, 2009
Azrael - Death's Dark Knight #1-3 (of 3) Complete

Azrael - Death's Dark Knight #1-3 (of 3) Complete
English | 2009 | 3 CBR | 28 MB

Azrael Vol. 2 #2 (New Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 20, 2009
Azrael Vol. 2 #2 (New Ongoing)

Azrael Vol. 2 #2 (New Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Nov 18 2009 | 24 Pages | 13.7 MB
+ Azrael Vol. 2 Issue #1

The White Ghost presents a trial to the new Azrael: save an Angel or condemn a Devil! While it may sound like a simple choice, Azrael has to decide if the perceived saint is a sinner or if the sinner is an innocent man. And what if the architect of the experiment, Ra's al Ghul, is secretly testing all those involved to see who can best serve as his ultimate Dark Knight? By: Fabian Nicieza, Ramon Bachs, John Stanisci, Jock --

Azrael Vol. 2 #1 (New Monthly Series)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 25, 2009
Azrael Vol. 2 #1 (New Monthly Series)

Azrael Vol. 2 #1 (New Monthly Series)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Oct 21 2009 | 29 Pages | 14.8 MB
+ Azrael: Death's Dark Knight #1-3 Update

Fabian Nicieza and Ramon Bach's takes its brooding anti-hero and has him make some difficult moral decisions without ever pushing him too far into the tired category of urban vigilantes willing to kill in order to clean up the streets. In many ways this first issue of DC Comics' new monthly series takes some daring, yet just the right amount of understated steps in the right direction. The artwork, on the other hand seems out of sync with the story and where it is going. Still, better than average.