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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than the film
Not only does this book cover the film in fantastic detail, but it adds some scenes missing from the film.(Like the scene with batman on a horse.) The joker is spot on and all the classic lines from the film are here. The line 'Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moon light.' is used alot but the book is finished before you get sick of it. Great read.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Atmospheric
In the atmospheric setting of a 1940s 'film noir'-styled Gotham City, Selina Kyle, the 'Cat-Woman', is dead. So begins the quest for her killer. All the usual suspects are present-Penguin, Clayface etc and even Bruce Wayne comes under suspicion. This is a useful attempt to broaden the Batman comic genre and works fairly well. Not brilliant,but still a good read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than the film, 11 April 2013
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Not only does this book cover the film in fantastic detail, but it adds some scenes missing from the film.(Like the scene with batman on a horse.) The joker is spot on and all the classic lines from the film are here. The line 'Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moon light.' is used alot but the book is finished before you get sick of it. Great read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, 13 April 2012
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Now, if you're a fan of the film, then you'll simply love this. It differs slightly from the film in some areas, which adds a little twist and makes things more interesting. The characters too are more developed, with an insight into what they're thinking, and what makes them tick.
Put simply, if you have the film, then you should own this, it's a fabulous tie-in. To those who haven't seen the film but have an interest in Batman, it's still worth getting, as it's a fantastic story and works well on it's own as a novel as it does as a tie-in.
Good stuff!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A proper review......., 1 Feb 2008
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A. Thorpe "crossan8" (Cheadle Cheshire.) - See all my reviews
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Whoever did the previous one has dreamt the storyline!
Catwoman is not in this one..........this is the tie in of the first Tim Burton Batman film and it is excellent,yes 90% of it we already know from the screen play but there are the odd differences but best of all we get to read what Batman is thinking,Craig Shaw Gardner has done a brilliant job with this novel.........and now Batfans........Batman Returns!!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Atmospheric, 12 Feb 2004
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In the atmospheric setting of a 1940s 'film noir'-styled Gotham City, Selina Kyle, the 'Cat-Woman', is dead. So begins the quest for her killer. All the usual suspects are present-Penguin, Clayface etc and even Bruce Wayne comes under suspicion. This is a useful attempt to broaden the Batman comic genre and works fairly well. Not brilliant,but still a good read.
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