Comics Alan Grant: Anarky, Batman: Anarky, Alan Grant Bibliography, Judge Anderson, Jeremiah Arkham, Batman-Judge Dredd: Judgment on Goth by Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781155783031

Published: August 17th 2011

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Comics  by  Alan Grant: Anarky, Batman: Anarky, Alan Grant Bibliography, Judge Anderson, Jeremiah Arkham, Batman-Judge Dredd: Judgment on Goth by Source Wikipedia

Comics by Alan Grant: Anarky, Batman: Anarky, Alan Grant Bibliography, Judge Anderson, Jeremiah Arkham, Batman-Judge Dredd: Judgment on Goth by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Anarky, Batman: Anarky, Alan Grant bibliography, Judge Anderson, Jeremiah Arkham, Batman/Judge Dredd:MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 32. Chapters: Anarky, Batman: Anarky, Alan Grant bibliography, Judge Anderson, Jeremiah Arkham, Batman/Judge Dredd: Judgment on Gotham, Outcasts, Computer Warrior, Apocalypse War, Durham Red, Batman: The Last Arkham, Robo-Hunter, Tally Man, Ace Trucking Co., The Bogie Man, Superman vs.

The Terminator: Death to the Future, The Last American, The House of Daemon, Joe Soap, Manix, Bob, the Galactic Bum, Kidnapped. Excerpt: Anarky was a short-lived American comic book series published by DC Comics, as a limited series between May and August of 1997, and as an ongoing series May and December of 1999. It was written by Alan Grant, with pencils by Norm Breyfogle, and inks by Josef Rubinstein. The comic was a spin-off title derived from the Batman franchise, and followed the adventures of Anarky, an antagonist of the Batman character. Although Anarky had originally been created to reflect the philosophy of anarchism, the primary influence on both volumes was the philosophy of Neo-Tech.

The comic was overtly political in nature, exploring a number of themes including antimilitarism, homelessness, and political corruption. Following the comic book industry crash of 1996, Norm Breyfogle was unemployed and looking for work. As a result of a request Breyfogle made to DC for employment, Darren Vincenzo, then an editorial assistant at DC Comics, suggested multiple projects which Breyfogle could take part in. Among his suggestions was an Anarky limited series, written by Grant, which was eventually the project decided upon.

The four-issue limited series, Anarky, was published in May 1997. Entitled Metamorphosis, the story maintained the characters anti-authoritarian sentiments, but was instead based on the philosophy of Neo-Tech, an offshoot of Objectivism. During the climax of the Anarky storyline of Batman: Shadow of the Bat #41-42, it is...



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