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Tales of the Batman: Alan Brennert by Alan Brennert


Penning just a handful of comic tales over two decades, writer Alan Brennert was never a prolific contributor to the DC Universe. But to fans familiar with those iconic tales, Brennert ranks among the all-time greatest Batman authors. Primarily a writer of television and literary fiction, he wrote only nine stories for DC Comics, but all were instant classics. Largely taking place outside of the main DC continuity, in the realms of Elseworlds and Earth-Two, Brennert’s comics are some of the most-thought provoking and insightful in the Dark Knight’s history.

Also featuring art by industry legends Jim Aparo, Dick Giordano, Joe Staton, Norm Breyfogle and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, TALES OF THE BATMAN: ALAN BRENNERT brings together for the first time the complete works of a writer who has been a staple DC “Greatest Stories” collections for decades.
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Toggle navigation Go. Average Rating:. Hold it in your heart Cosmo is a part of you Burning hot, gotta flow Don't you stop it, let it go Prophesies are made And galaxies are far from here But you don't need them now Stay strong and believe what you feel Yeah! Pegasus, this destiny No one can take it away from you Now your home is the sky And your dreams are the wings They're gonna take you high Saint Seiya! Signs out there keep calling Forever We will stand with you 'til the end Oh yeah! They say that All boys are born true fighters Remember you can do this Then fly away! Email or Username.

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Seiya is one of Athena 's eighty-eight mythical warriors known as the Saints who are serving their goddess throughout the ages, protecting justice and peace on Earth. Seiya is also one of the forty-eight Bronze Saints and is protected by the Pegasus Constellation so he wears the Pegasus Cloth. Seiya and his sister Seika were both orphans living at a orphanage. Six years before the start of the series, Seiya was separated from his sister to train in Greece to participate in the Galaxian Wars. In Greece, Seiya gets training from Marin and gets bullied by Cassios. Main article: Galaxian Wars Arc. As Kurumada continued developing his manga, he decided to change the name to Seiya, which he though that it was more fitting for the main character and the series.

Seiya is one of the eighty-eight mythical warriors known as Saints who have served the Goddess Athena throughout the ages, protecting justice and peace on Earth. As a Saint, Seiya dons one of the powerful armors of divine origins known as Cloths, the one which represents the constellation of Pegasus. He also possesses superhuman strength and speed, two of the many extraordinary abilities the Saints draw from their guardian constellations and an inner essence called Cosmo. Critical reception to Seiya has been mixed. While many enjoy his character design and call of justice, many reviewers feels is overshadowed by other characters and the way he handles fights. However, as he continued developing the story, he changed the name to Seiya, which he felt was more fitting. Finally, he changed the title of the manga to Saint Seiya , once the concept of the Saints was fully developed.

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