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DK Reads DC Comics Batman Adventures of the Dark Knight

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  • PDF | Unknown pages
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  • Dorling Kindersley (2012)
  • English
  • 2
  • Comics & Graphic Novels

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  • By Lynnie on December 27, 2017

    Purchased for my Grandson for Christmas. He devoured it in one day.

  • By Jennifer McPhate on December 15, 2016

    Perfect for my son's reading level. It will keep his attention and keep him reading.

  • By Drew on September 21, 2016

    This is a kids' book that my 10-year-old son picked out at the library. He liked it a lot and asked me to read it so we could discuss it.I totally see the attraction and would have loved it as a ten-year-old. This isn't a story. It's a summary of Batman lore as it stands at the time of publication in 2016 (or at least stood prior to the "Rebirth" comics over the summer of 2016). There are tons of "facts" about Batman, his allies, enemies, devices, locations, etc. -- all in an easy to read format with full color illustrations. The artwork is very good.What's interesting as a long-time Batman fan who read the comics as a kid from the late '70s through the early '90s is seeing the various genetic bits and pieces spliced into the current "cannon" of Batman lore. The vehicles are clearly inspired by Burton's 1989 film and its sequel. Detective Bullock and Officer Montoya from Batman: the Animated Series (which was also heavily inspired by the Burton films) are there too. To my knowledge, they were not regular characters before that series. The origin of the Joker references the "Red Hood," which is a story that originally was published in 1951 (and which I just read in "Batman: Secrets of the Batcave").Seeing all these familiar bits and pieces combined into a cohesive, single story is like seeing how a child is a blend of features from all four grandparents. This isn't the Batman cannon that I grew up with, but people have been saying that for 70 years. It's neat to see where things stand. I was, however, surprised to learn that Jason Todd isn't dead (apparently as of 2005 according to Wikipedia).I'm giving this four stars, not from my perspective as an adult reading this for my own amusement, but as a parent who is very impressed with the quality and content of this book. It is perfectly appropriate for younger children.


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