In the vein of our Museum-in-a-Book titles, this volume focuses exclusively on the Dark Knight. From the history of the character, the many concurrent variations of his storyline, the development of all the ancillary products including the TV show, animated series, and two different movie ‘verses, this book will include all the pull-out, hold-in-your-hand, how-cool elements of the previous interactive books.
About the Author
Robert Greenberger was given his first comic, Superman, at age six and has been a passionate fan of the medium ever since. Robert has worked for both Marvel and DC, and is now a full-time freelance writer and editor. Matthew K. Manning can't remember a day when he wasn't writing and drawing comics. After attending New York's School of Visual Arts, Manning quickly dropped the notion of becoming a comic artist when he realized there was actual work involved. Instead, Matthew adopted the idea of simply writing comic books, and is still amazed that no one has caught wise to his crafty machinations. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and ten thousand DC comic books.
"San Francisco Book Review", January 2010
."..at once a primer on the character, a retrospective on his history in pop culture, and an impressive assemblage of timeless images, stories, and reproductions of collectibles."
Number Of Pages: 190
Published: 6th October 2009
Publisher: Running Press
Dimensions (cm): 33.6 x 27.4 x 4.7
Weight (kg): 2.109