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The Book Batman Begins The Movie Storybook
The Author
The Publisher Gramedia Pustaka Utama
Release Date
ISBN 9792214038
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Batman Nightwalker
The Author Marie Lu
The Publisher Mizan Fantasi
Release Date2018-09-05
Genre Fiction
Pages 336
ISBN 9786026699152
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Komplotan Nightwalker meneror Kota Gotham, dan Bruce Wayne target mereka berikutnya. Di balik topeng Batman, Bruce Wayne adalah pemuda gegabah yang bersedia melanggar aturan demi seorang gadis yang mungkin musuh terburuknya. Bruce baru menginjak usia kedelapan belas dan mewarisi harta keluarga, beserta akses ke dalam Tech Industries dan berbagai perangkat canggih kegemarannya. Namun dalam perjalanan pulang dari pesta ulang tahunnya, Bruce melakukan sesuatu yang membuatnya dihukum menjalani pelayanan masyarakat di Arkham Asylum, penjara terkenal tempat para kriminalis paling keji ditahan. Salah satu tahanan di Arkham adalah Madeleine Wallace, gadis pembunuh yang memiliki hubungan dengan komplotan Nightwalker. Madeleine yang misterius hanya mau berbicara pada Bruce. Namun apakah Bruce berhasil meyakinkan Madeleine untuk membeberkan rahasianya, atau malah dia yang memberi gadis itu informasi yang dapat membawa Kota Gotham ke dalam kehancuran? [Mizan, Mizan Publishing, Fantasi, Science, Fiction, Super Hero, Remaja, Terjemahan, Indonesia]

The Book The Batman Handbook
The Author Scott Beatty
The Publisher Quirk Books
Release Date2005
Genre Humor
Pages 191
ISBN 1594740232
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Looks at the essential tools that are necessary to become Batman, including Bat skills, fighting skills, detective skills, and escape skills.

The Book Danny Elfman s Batman
The Author Janet K. Halfyard
The Publisher Scarecrow Press
Release Date2004
Genre Music
Pages 177
ISBN 0810851261
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This resource is the most in-depth scholarly resource available on Danny Elfman. It integrates a careful study of Elfman's scoring technique with a detailed analysis of the film itself.

The Book Batman and Philosophy
The Author Mark D. White
The Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date2009-05-04
Genre Philosophy
Pages 304
ISBN 9780470532805
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Why doesn't Batman just kill the Joker and end everyone's misery? Can we hold the Joker morally responsible for his actions? Is Batman better than Superman? If everyone followed Batman's example, would Gotham be a better place? What is the Tao of the Bat? Batman is one of the most complex characters ever to appear in comic books, graphic novels, and on the big screen. What philosophical trials does this superhero confront in order to keep Gotham safe? Combing through seventy years of comic books, television shows, and movies, Batman and Philosophy explores how the Dark Knight grapples with ethical conundrums, moral responsibility, his identity crisis, the moral weight he carries to avenge his murdered parents, and much more. How does this caped crusader measure up against the teachings of Plato, Aristotle, Kant, Kierkegaard, and Lao Tzu?

The Book Batman Unauthorized
The Author Dennis O'Neil
The Publisher BenBella Books, Inc.
Release Date2009-06-22
Genre Social Science
Pages 219
ISBN 9781935251316
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Batman Unauthorized explores Batman’s motivations and actions, as well as those of his foes. Batman is a creature of the night, more about vengeance than justice, more plagued by doubts than full of self-assurance, and more darkness than light. He has no superpowers, just skill, drive and a really well-made suit. One of the most recognized superheroes ever created, Batman has survived through campy TV shows and films, through actors such as Adam West, Michael Keaton and Christian Bale. Batman Unauthorized: Vigilantes, Jokers, and Heroes in Gotham City covers expansive territory ranging from the silly to the solemn. Why is the Joker so good at pushing Batman’s buttons? What does Batman’s technology say about the times? Why are Batman’s villains crazier than average? And why is Batman the perfect, iconic American hero?

The Book Batman
The Author Greg Rucka
The Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date2001-03-01
Genre Fiction
Pages 480
ISBN 9780671774554
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Following a powerful earthquake, Gotham City is plunged into anarchy and violence, and the city's survival depends on two rivals, Commissioner Gordon and Batman, cooperating to restore order. Reprint.

The Book Batman in the Sixties
The Author Bob Kane
The Publisher Dc Comics
Release Date1999
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Pages 223
ISBN 1563894912
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Chronicles the decade of the sixties in seventeen adventures as well as looks at the evolution of Batman's and Robin's costumes, their paraphernalia, and the Batcave

The Book Batman Unmasked
The Author Will Brooker
The Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date2013-09-20
Genre Social Science
Pages 368
ISBN 9781623567521
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Over the sixty years of his existence, Batman has encountered an impressive array of cultural icons and has gradually become one himself. This fascinating book examines what Batman means and has meant to the various audiences, groups and communities who have tried to control and interpret him over the decades. Brooker reveals the struggles over Batman's meaning by shining a light on the cultural issues of the day that impacted on the development of the character. They include: patriotic propaganda of the Second World War; the accusation that Batman was corrupting the youth of America by appearing to promote a homosexual lifestyle to the fans of his comics; Batman becoming a camp, pop culture icon through the ABC TV series of the sixties; fans' interpretation of Batman in response to the comics and the Warner Bros. franchise of films.

The Book John Batman the Founder of Victoria
The Author James Bonwick
The Publisher
Release Date1868
Genre Victoria
Pages 105
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Batman
The Author Liam Burke
The Publisher Intellect Books
Release Date2013
Genre Art
Pages 178
ISBN 9781783200177
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: From his debut in a six-page comic in 1939 and to his most recent portrayal by Christian Bale in the blockbuster 'The dark knight rises', Batman is perhaps the world's most popular superhero. The continued relevance of the caped crusader could be attributed to his complex character, his dual identity, or his commitment to revenge and justice. But, as the contributors to this collection argue, it is the fans who have kept Batman at the forefront of popular culture for more than seven decades. Fan Phenomena: Batman explores the unlikely devotion to the Dark Knight, from his inauspicious beginnings on the comic book page to the cult television series of the 1960s and on to critically-acclaimed films and video games of today. Considering everything from convention cosplay to fan fiction that imagines the Joker as a romantic lead, the essays here acknowledge and celebrate fan responses that go far beyond the scope of the source material.

The Book The Batman Filmography 2d ed
The Author Mark S. Reinhart
The Publisher McFarland
Release Date2004-11-24
Genre Literary Criticism
Pages 328
ISBN 9780786468911
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: "This is a complete reference work to the history of Batman big screen works. Chapters on each Batman feature include credits, a production history, and a critical analysis of the movie relative to the storied history of the Batman character. The book examines the works and events that took place in the years between the character's film exploits"--

The Book Batman
The Author Matt Yockey
The Publisher Wayne State University Press
Release Date2014-03-03
Genre Performing Arts
Pages 136
ISBN 9780814338186
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: ABC’s action-comedy series Batman (1966–68) famously offered a dual address in its wildly popular portayal of a comic book hero in a live action format. Children uncritically accepted the show’s plots and characters, who were guided by lofty ideals and social values, while adults reacted to the clear parody of the values on display. In Batman, author Matt Yockey argues that the series served as a safe space for viewers to engage with changing attitudes about consumerism, politics, the Vietnam war, celebrity, race, and gender during a period when social meaning was increasingly contested in America. Yockey examines Batman’sboundary pushing in four chapters. In “Bat-Civics,” he analyzes the superhero as a conflicted symbol of American identity and considers the ways in which the Batman character parodied that status. Yockey then looks at the show’s experimentation with the superhero genre’s conservative gender and racial politics in “Bat-Difference” and investigates the significance of the show’s choices of stars and guest stars in “Bat-Casting.” Finally, he considers how the series’ dual identity as straightforward crime serial and subversive mass culture text set it up for extratextual production in “Bat-Being.” The superhero is a conflicted symbol of American identity—representing both excessive individualism and the status quo—making it an especially useful figure for the kind of cultural work that Batman undertook. Batman fans, from popular culture enthusiasts to television history scholars, will enjoy this volume.

The Book Becoming Batman
The Author E. Paul Zehr
The Publisher JHU Press
Release Date2009-11-17
Genre Science
Pages 320
ISBN 9780801896217
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: A fun foray of escapism grounded in sound science, Becoming Batman provides the background for attaining the realizable—though extreme—level of human performance that would allow you to be a superhero.

The Book The Batman Files
The Author Matthew Manning
The Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
Release Date2011-10-25
Genre Antiques & Collectibles
Pages 308
ISBN 9781449408220
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Unearthed from the depths of the Batcave by Mathew K. Manning, The Batman Files begins with Wayne's childhood drawings and continues along a time line of significant events in Batman's life. Complete and authentic in every way possible, all of Batman's friends and foes--from Poison Ivy, Catwoman, the Riddler, and Penguin, to the Joker, Batgirl, Mr. Freeze, and of course, Robin--appear throughout the dossier to provide a framework of the Caped Crusader's entire career. Completely outlining Batman's war on crime, The Batman Files includes in-depth computer files, news articles, crime scene photos, blueprints, schematics, and actual maps of Gotham City that were collected, and in many cases even drawn, by the Caped Crusader himself. High production values include black matte gilding, as well as a high-tech fabric cover--complete with a metallic Batman emblem to secure the secret contents within. Each detail of Batman's life is carefully and faithfully detailed with the involvement of DC Comics inside The Batman Files--destined to be the must-have gift for every avid Batman fan and collector.

The Book John Batman
The Author Joy Braybrook
The Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date2012
Genre History
Pages 108
ISBN 9781479733538
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: John Batman An Inside Story of the Birth of Melbourne A Summary of the Story This book tells the story of how Melbourne was birthed. It begins with Captain Cook's discovery of Australia and the colonisation that followed at Botany Bay. The quest began to find a suitable location for another settlement in the south of the continent. Although Port Phillip Bay was discovered, its potential was not immediately realised. The penal settlement established at Sorrento by David Collins in 1803 was abandoned within three months and the site of Hobart in Tasmania was chosen for the next development. In 1824 the explorers Hume and Hovell travelled south from Sydney and reached Port Phillip Bay. They recognised the potential of the area but unfortunately Hovell made a mistake regarding its location, which impeded settlement for another eleven years. Hume and Batman had been childhood friends and when Batman, then living in Tasmania, heard about the vast pasturelands available in the area it triggered the dream of taking possession of the land of plenty north of Bass Strait. It would take another nine years before he could assemble a group of influential men to assist him in his quest to claim the riches waiting at Port Phillip Bay. The plan was spearheaded by a group of four men supported by a larger group of investors. Charles Swanston who owned the biggest bank in Australasia controlled the finances, while Joseph Gellibrand, a lawyer who had been Attorney General in Tasmania, organised the legal requirements for the project. John Wedge's role as surveyor was to map the territory ready for subdivision. John Batman, who was Australian born, brought a large variety of skills to the drawing board. He was thought to be Australia's greatest tracker, he had captured bushrangers, successfully gathered the remnant of Tasmanian Aborigines as well as being a wealthy landowner. The political climate within the British Parliament at that time was influenced by the recent passage of the Act to Abolish Slavery in 1833. The outpouring of humanitarian feeling generated by this event led to new attitudes towards native rights and title. Within the hearts of these men from Tasmania there developed a desire to establish a settlement that would not only bring them financial gain but also set a benchmark within the British Empire for equitable relationships between native peoples and Europeans. To achieve such an ideal the notion of a treaty gradually developed, modelled on William Penn's Treaty in Pennsylvania in 1683. Batman's role was to lead the expedition to Port Phillip, explore the land and make a treaty with the local Aborigines. Unfortunately the timing of this opportunity coincided with the news that he was seriously ill at just 32 years old. The project became a race against his failing health and what was planned as a carefully thought out expedition became a hurried event. John Batman in his barque the Rebecca finally passed through the heads into Port Phillip Bay in May 1835, the first white man to do so in three decades. He was amazed at the quality of the land he found and the beauty of the magnificent harbour. He needed to find the natives so he could execute the treaty that Gellibrand had prepared for him. However on seeing the European vessel entering the bay the Aborigines had sent up smoke signals telling everyone to hide until the clan leaders could meet and work out a strategy for dealing with the situation. Eventually they approached Batman and took him to a ceremonial site they had chosen. The treaty was duly executed but because of Batman's ill health it was not possible for him to enact all that Gellibrand had written into the pro forma deed. When John Batman returned to Tasmania he was hailed as a hero and referred to as the Tasmanian Penn. He called the settlement to be established by the treaty Batmania. There was still much to be done, since

The Book Lego Batman 3 Guide Walkthrough
The Author MR Publications
The Publisher MR Publications
Release Date
Pages 63
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This is an unofficial guide that gives you a full walkthrough to the new Lego Batman 3 game. You will be able to complete the game 100%. Based on the Xbox One version. You can however use it for any other version just substitute the buttons I have used.

The Book Batman
The Author John Sazaklis
The Publisher Capstone
Release Date2015
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Pages 41
ISBN 9781434297273
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: In simple text, this book tells the story of how Bruce Wayne grew up to become the Dark Knight of Gotham City.

The Book Riddle Me This Batman
The Author Kevin K. Durand
The Publisher McFarland
Release Date2011-10-10
Genre Literary Criticism
Pages 228
ISBN 9780786487318
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: From his first comic-book appearance in 1939 through his many incarnations on the big screen, the archetypal superhero known as The Batman has never been far from the American consciousness. The character shaped the way we read comics and graphic novels, view motion pictures, and analyze the motifs of the Hero, the Anti-Hero and the Villain. He has also captured the scholarly imagination, telling us much about our society and ourselves. These essays examine how Batman is both the canvas on which our cultural identity is painted, and the Eternal Other that informs our own journeys of understanding. Questions relating to a wide range of disciplines—philosophy, literature, psychology, pop culture, and more—are thoroughly and entertainingly explored, in a manner that will appeal both to scholars and to fans of the Caped Crusader alike.

The Book Batman
The Author Bob Kane
The Publisher Dc Comics
Release Date2003-03-01
Genre Comics & Graphic Novels
Pages 240
ISBN PSU:000053607720
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Follows Batman as the Caped Crusader and his youthful sidekick, Robin, protect the citizens of Gotham from villains including the Joker and gang leader "Boss" Barron.