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Batman: Animated
by Paul Dini, Chip Kidd
Softcover/Hardcover
Paperback: 164 pages
Publisher: HarperEntertainment; (January 1999)

From Emmy Award-winning writer/producer Paul Dini and acclaimed designer Chip Kidd comes Batman Animated, the behind-the-scenes story of the hit show the revolutionized TV animation and brought a stunning new look to the legendary caped crusader! Granted unprecedented access to the archives of the Warner Bros. animation studio, Chip Kidd has combined breathtaking photographs by award-winning photographer Geoff Spear, with never-before-seen pre-production and finished artwork. Dini's text takes you throgh the show's history, offering entertaining and informative commentary on the series' development. Introduction by series producer/designer Bruce Timm. Full-color throughout.

Batman: The Animated Series Guide
Written by Scott Beatty
Hardcover: 48 pages
Publisher: DK Publishing; 1st American Edition edition (May 2003)

Batman: The Animated Series Guide is chockfull of batfacts about the characters and storylines in this Emmy Award winning television show, based on the original DC comic book series. This rebirth of the Batman story brought new characteristics to the Caped Crusader; the beautifully stylized series introduces a darker and more complex superhero to the screen, and there's plenty of detail in this wonderful new world that fans will love to explore on the page.

Kids who like Batman: The Animated Series will love this unique guide to Gotham City and the creative criminals and humanistic heroes who find their way there.

Batman: The Animated Series Stickers
Written by Dorling Kindersley Publishing
Paperback: 16 pages
Publisher: DK Publishing; 1st edition (October 2003)

Night after night, Gotham's streets are filled with villains up to no good, the wail of police sirens, and the screech of the Batmobile. More than 60 reusable stickers and plenty of Bat information reveals Batman's world to creative kids.


Books

Mystery of the Batwoman
Written by Louise Simonson
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Bantam Books; (October 14, 2003)

Batman: Rise of the Sin Tzu
Written by Devin Grayson (Author), Flint Dille
Art by John Delaney, Dave Cooper
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Aspect; (November 2003)

This novelization of the hot new video game from Ubi Soft Entertainment features a milestone in Dark Knight lore: the introduction of a new major villain, a criminal mastermind who vows to destroy Gotham City and its protector.


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