In der animierten DC-Comicverfilmung Batman: Gotham by Gaslight muss sich Batman bei seinem Kampf gegen das Verbrechen diesmal mit einem kaltblütigen. Gotham City erlebt um die Jahrhundertwende eine goldene Ära der Entdeckung und der Industrie, wie die Weltausstellung des wohlhabenden Geschäftsmanns. Eigentlich befindet sich Gotham City im Aufschwung und es soll sogar eine Weltausstellung in die Stadt kommen. Doch dann geschieht eine Serie grausamer Morde. Ein Frauenmörder treibt sein Unwesen in der Stadt und der Polizei um Kommissar James.
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UK Blu-ray cover. Batman by Bill Finger Bob Kane Gotham by Gaslight by Brian Augustyn Mike Mignola. Home Entertainment. Mayor Tolliver voice Yuri Lowenthal Dickie voice Scott Patterson James Gordon voice William Salyers Arkham Radio Man voice Kari Wuhrer Edit Storyline In an age of mystery and superstition, how would the people of Gotham react to a weird creature of the night, a bat-garbed vigilante feared by the guilty and the innocent alike?
Taglines: As the Ripper stalks Gotham City, the Dark Knight reveals the face of terror. Edit Did You Know? Trivia In the orphans' first robbery, Tim is afraid and mentions what happened to Johnny Gobbs.
This is the same line used in Batman when one of the muggers at the beginning of the film is afraid while sharing the loot on the rooftop.
Quotes Selina Kyle : Listen carefully, kitten. I'm many things, but I'm nobody's pet. Soundtracks Can You Tame Wild Wimmen Written by Andrew B.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: What was in the heavy box delivered to Bruce? He already had the full Batman suit with utiility belt on he took the lid off.
Q: How is a page comic-book story being adapted as a feature-length animated movie? Yes, it sounds pretty silly I know but it does work extremely well.
Don't take my word for it, read it yourself. Dec 22, Sud rated it it was amazing Shelves: comics. I really enjoyed this inspired story.
Augstyn is able to combine the Batman mythos and the Jack The Ripper mythos into a very nice story. It is Victorian Era Gotham.
The city is a buzz as wealthy heir Bruce Wayne returns to Gotham. But along with him comes Jack the Ripper.
This becomes a great Victorian themed Batman story, with a great emphasis of the more detective side of Batman.
A fun and truly interesting take on Batman. The setting, the story and the overall "style" of the story from the le I really enjoyed this inspired story.
The setting, the story and the overall "style" of the story from the lettering to the art style make "Gotham by Gaslight" one of the more unique comics I've read.
I would recommend this to anyone that likes Batman in different settings. Augustyn certainly pulls it off in this classic comic.
Aug 27, Logan rated it really liked it. Pretty great book! Ever wandered what batman would have been like in the s?
Here's your answer! This book starts where Bruce Wayne returns to Gotham after his training, and becomes batman! What villain does fight first?
Jack The Ripper! This was a pretty solid read, this book is the love child of Batman and Sherlock Holmes fans!
View 2 comments. I have already this graphic novel a few years back but in this reread I've myself enjoying it much more, especially after reading Alan Moore's Jack the Ripper opus, From Hell.
I saw a lot of hidden Easter eggs that I would have otherwise missed had it not for my newly earned knowledge of the Ripper legends from Moore's work.
It gave me more suspects to choose from. Mike Mignola does a superb job here. It is gothic and brooding and fine preview of things to come in Mignola's own Hellboy.
I may as w I have already this graphic novel a few years back but in this reread I've myself enjoying it much more, especially after reading Alan Moore's Jack the Ripper opus, From Hell.
I may as well look for physical copy of this one, if only to have tactile experience of this seminal graphic novel. Hmm this was definitely interesting, this comic issues reimagines Batman in the year and they tie up a historical killer to Batman and that would be none-other-than Jack the Ripper.
And since it was written in s we also get an obligatory mention of the Joker with a different origin story but this story is origin story for Batman but not in the traditional sense.
We see the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne and then Bruce returns to Gotham after few years. It was fun experience to see th Hmm this was definitely interesting, this comic issues reimagines Batman in the year and they tie up a historical killer to Batman and that would be none-other-than Jack the Ripper.
It was fun experience to see these familiar characters in s settings an period appropriate facial hair and clothing.
Do check this experiment and then Keep on Reading. I have always loved comics, and I hope that I will always love them. Even though I grew up reading local Indian comics like Raj Comics or Diamond Comics or even Manoj Comics, now's the time to catch up on the international and classic comics and Graphic novels.
I am on my quest to read as many comics as I can. I Love comics to bit, may comics never leave my side. I loved reading this and love reading more, you should also read what you love and then just Keep on Reading.
Aug 20, Celine rated it really liked it Shelves: victorian , superhero-powers , graphic-novel , mystery. Summary: It's the end of the nineteenth century, and Bruce Wayne is coming back from his trip around Europe to arrive at Gotham.
But it seems like Jack the Ripper, the notorious serial killer in London, has found a new killing spot in Gotham. What I liked: - The imagery is comparable to the one in the Hellboy comics not very suprising, since both are illustrated by Mike Mignola , which worked very well with the turn of the century theme - Gotham looked very atmospheric - I love how they took a char Summary: It's the end of the nineteenth century, and Bruce Wayne is coming back from his trip around Europe to arrive at Gotham.
What I liked: - The imagery is comparable to the one in the Hellboy comics not very suprising, since both are illustrated by Mike Mignola , which worked very well with the turn of the century theme - Gotham looked very atmospheric - I love how they took a character we all know so well, and embedded him into the timeframe given here - There is some pretty decent mystery; it was interesting to see how it all tied up in the end - I quite enjoyed how the city doesn't trust Batman in the slightest, and how some tell they think Batman is a criminal to Bruce's face.
This probably happens in every Batman comic, but it still has its appeal What I didn't like: - The pacing seemed a bit off.
There are no cliffhangers, and if you've seen any of the recent Batman movies, you'll be fine background-wise.
Definitely worth the ninety cents I bought it for. Aug 18, East Bay J rated it it was amazing Shelves: comics. Bruce and Julie are walking along a hilltop overlooking the city, when she reveals that she recognized him at the fair, even through his mask.
Apprehensively, he asks her what she plans to do, and she replies, what she has always done: continue to love and encourage him, especially now that they both agree that Gotham still needs Batman.
Gotham by Gaslight , which retroactively became the first official Elseworlds publication, was initially released as a page one-shot in February It was written by Brian Augustyn and pencilled by Mike Mignola , with inks by P.
Two years later, the page sequel Batman: Master of the Future — also written by Augustyn, but with art by Eduardo Barreto — was released, this time officially labelled as an Elseworlds publication.
In , in the wake of the — storyline " Infinite Crisis ", the Gotham by Gaslight world was identified as "Earth".
Prior to its appearance in Countdown Presents: The Search for Ray Palmer: Gotham by Gaslight January , the two one-shot issues were collected into one page trade paperback volume which was released under the same name and with the same Mignola cover as the first one-shot issue.
The two stories have been collected into a trade paperback. IGN Comics ranked Gotham by Gaslight 11 on a list of the 25 greatest Batman graphic novels, saying that the comic is "as taut and well-conceived a graphic novel as you can find — Elseworlds or otherwise," they add, "quite simply, no other Elseworlds tale has managed such a brilliant concept nor executed it so perfectly.
Countdown Presents: The Search for Ray Palmer: Gotham by Gaslight January and was written by Gotham by Gaslight' s original author, Brian Augustyn.
The group arrived on Earth, the Earth where the Batman of the earlier two Elseworlds storylines acted, there, they also encountered this Earth's counterpart of the Blue Beetle and the Man-Bat before they went to the next Earth to continue their search.
Additionally, the Gotham by Gaslight Batman was briefly featured in the limited series Dark Nights: Metal , among other alternate versions of the character.
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight is an animated loose adaptation released in The adaptation differs significantly from the original comic, and includes elements from both books.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film based on this graphic novel, see Batman: Gotham by Gaslight. This article needs additional citations for verification.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Gotham by Gaslight February , art by Mike Mignola.
Steampunk , superhero. Main article: Countdown to Final Crisis. Selina meets with Gordon at the Gotham City World's Fair and learns to her horror that he is the Ripper.
While seeking Selina at Gordon's home, Batman learns this as well when he finds a secret room revealing Gordon's gruesome hobbies and past as an army surgeon during the American Civil War.
Batman also meets Gordon's wife and accomplice, Barbara Eileen-Gordon, with scars on the left side of her face that have driven her insane , praising her husband for "curing" her sins as a woman.
Gordon injects Selina with a drug, but she manages to use her blood and the Fair's searchlight to give Batman a signal. Batman arrives and fights Gordon into a Ferris wheel , where Gordon, driven mentally insane by his time in the Civil War, reveals his "holy work" is to rid Gotham from what he sees as filth — from the poor to the criminals, but also immigrants, the illiterate, prostitutes, and anarchists.
The Ferris wheel lights on fire and begins to collapse. Selina escapes the burning wheel, while Batman defeats Gordon by using a handcuff trick taught to him by Houdini , only to watch Gordon allow himself to burn alive.
Batman and Selina are saved by Alfred and the orphans, who are now Bruce Wayne's wards. As they escape, they watch as the World's Fair burns down, and hope it will be replaced with something better.
Producer Bruce Timm has pointed to the film The Lodger and Erik Larson 's book The Devil in the White City as influences on the film.
So, this is kind of the same kind of idea. You take those characters that you know and you put them in different spots in this different world and see what happens.
That was a lot of fun It's a little glimpse into that Victorian Gotham and then expand that and put as many of Batman's stock players in it in roles you recognize You know, who's gonna be Lestrade?
And who's gonna be Watson? And who is gonna be Irene Adler? Writer Jim Kreig spoke of the influence of the Sherlock Holmes stories, both as written by Arthur Conan Doyle , and as written by others : "I grew up as a Holmes fan and my dad read it to me, and I read it to my kids.
But I didn't want to get any of it wrong and I didn't want to leave any Sherlockian stone unturned. I made the Baker Street Irregulars into Robins.
I tried to do as much as I could There's actually a considerable amount of British literature that are about Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper There are about 15 books.
I maybe read five of them. Julian Romano at MovieWeb gave the film a positive review, going so far as to say it "ranks among the best of the DC Animated Universe".
He says the film surpasses Batman: The Killing Joke , doing a better job of adapting the source material, praising screenwriter Jim Krieg and director Sam Liu, for their intelligent approach.
He notes the R rating, and acknowledges that although the film is not suitable for younger audiences and features violence and coarse language it is not gratuitous.
Joshua Yehl at IGN gave the film 6. Kayti Burt at Den of Geek gave the film 2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Animation Magazine. Retrieved January 24,Produktinformationen "Batman Noir - Gotham by Gaslight". Spider-Man: Gavin James New Universe 5 Sterne. Die 20 besten Filme, die nicht ins Kino gekommen sind. Gotham by Gaslight is a DC Comics one-shot by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola, with inks by P. Craig Russell. The story revolves around a 19th-century version of Bruce Wayne making his debut as Batman just as Jack the Ripper has arrived in Gotham City. Although it was not initially labeled as such, Gotham by Gaslight is considered to be the first Elseworlds story in which DC Comics characters from alternate timelines or realities are featured in stories outside of the DC Universe canon. While no. Synopsis for "Gotham by Gaslight". In the 19th century, Bruce Wayne recalls the murder of his parents by a highwayman and remembers the bats which swarmed over the murderer. In Vienna, Bruce Wayne is a student consulting with his teacher Dr. Sigmund Freud about the dreams he has had about the deaths of his parents and, significantly, bats. Parents need to know that Batman: Gotham By Gaslight is a movie placing Batman in the Victorian era trying to find a Jack the Ripper-style killer. There are scenes in which characters are pursued by the knife-wielding killer, heard getting stabbed to death. The killer writes a letter to the Commissioner talking of why he is "cutting whores.". Synopsis for "Gotham by Gaslight" In the 19th century, Bruce Wayne recalls the murder of his parents by a highwayman and remembers the bats which swarmed over the murderer. In Vienna, Bruce Wayne is a student consulting with his teacher Dr. Sigmund Freud about the dreams he has had about the deaths of his parents and, significantly, bats. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight R | 1h 18min | Animation, Action, Adventure | 23 January (USA) In an alternative Victorian Age Gotham City, Batman begins his war on crime while he investigates a new series of murders by Jack the Ripper. Animation Magazine. Bruce realizes that the Ripper will target Leslie and rushes to Grundlagen Der Gentechnik her, but is Kantai Collection late; the Ripper has already murdered Tv Programm Football. A letter from the mystery killer talks of "cutting whores. Bruce takes up the mantle of Batman to fight criminals on the street.