Batman: The Complete History

Batman The Complete History The super powered trilogy that captured the world s greatest superhero triumvirate of all time is now available in paperback Relive the adventures of Krypton s favorite son inside and outside the comi

  • Title: Batman: The Complete History
  • Author: Les Daniels Chip Kidd
  • ISBN: 9780811842327
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • The super powered trilogy that captured the world s greatest superhero triumvirate of all time is now available in paperback Relive the adventures of Krypton s favorite son inside and outside the comic book world in Superman The Complete History Uncover the Caped Crusader s mysterious real world origin and his evolution into a hugely successful TV and movie franchise inThe super powered trilogy that captured the world s greatest superhero triumvirate of all time is now available in paperback Relive the adventures of Krypton s favorite son inside and outside the comic book world in Superman The Complete History Uncover the Caped Crusader s mysterious real world origin and his evolution into a hugely successful TV and movie franchise in Batman The Complete History Follow the Princess as she evolves from curiosity to feminist icon in the Eisner Awardwinning Wonder Woman The Complete History Each book is filled with enough archival comic book art, photographs, and in depth history to satisfy the most demanding fan and is now priced to appeal to the most casual reader Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and all related characters, names, and indicia are trademarks of DC Comics 2004.

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    1. BRILLIANT,Highest recommendation possible. I thought the the Batman Collected and Batman: Animated books were enough but I was wrong. The abudance of information on the Batman mythos is unbelievable. An added bonus on the hardcover book is Alex Ross'amongst all the classic artists its all herethe Batman concept as expressed in comic books and strips, television shows (animated and live action) and movies is brilliant this is a must have

    2. I basically skimmed/read this book in day. It's short, and it's mostly in comicbook form. It had its interesting moments. Batman is probably my favorite superhero (though, okay, yes, he doesn't really have superpowers, just training, wits and gadgets, and a really tragic backstory to fall back on), but I have to say I have no experience reading comicbooks (just manga). My interest in this book sprung out of researching an animated Batman TV show from the 1990s, "Batman: The Animated Series", one [...]

    3. A really great, well-written and concise look into the history of Batman. There are a lot of awesome pictures of both iconic comics/covers and pop-culture items. Some of the merchandise gleaned from this character is hilarious and fun to look at alongside the text.My biggest complaint would be that I felt like there could have been more information and less pictures (there are several two or three-page spreads of just pictures) and it only goes to 1999. There have been so many new things in the [...]

    4. A good survey of the character's history to 1999. Having read this, I have a better appreciation of homages to the characters history in the most recent films. The writers really did their homework. It was also fascinating to learn about the op culture obscura that helped create the Batman we're so familiar with now.

    5. An excellent reference source, although the breadth of knowledge in no way makes up for the lack of detail in some areas of Batman's history. However, I would recommend this book to any old or new fans of the Dark Knight Detective :)

    6. Surely the best documentary-style book of the history of Batman from his 1930s origins to almost the present day juxtaposed with events and trends of the decades between. I've read it several times and will probably read it several more. Wonderful.

    7. Entertaining look at Batman from earliest influences up to the start of the Frank Miller movie trio.

    8. An excellent overview of the evolution of the character since his beginning to the turn of this century. Love the photos.

    9. i still like the 1930s batman best when the batmobile was a powerful sedan and he carried a gun and killed criminals. the dark knight indeed.

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