Batman and the Justice League Volume 1 (Paperback)
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Batman and the Justice League Volume 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback 200 Pages
Published: 23/10/2018
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It's the World's Greatest Super Heroes in manga format!

Mangaka Shiori Teshirogi (Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas) creates an exciting new story, combining an authentic Japanese comics approach with the World's Greatest Super Heroes.


Translated into English and collected for a Western audience for the first time, Batman and the Justice League Vol. 1 is a great entry point for fans of the Justice League and manga alike. The book comes in standard manga size trim and reads right-to-left like traditional manga stories!

A young boy from Japan travels to Gotham City on a mission. A year before, his two parents--both scientists--were presumably killed in an explosion that destroyed an experimental power plant. But the boy believes they may still be alive. At the very least, he's determined to find out what actually happened. But his quest soon leads to a run-in with some powerful forces--forces that require help from both Batman and the Justice League!

Publisher: DC Comics
ISBN: 9781401284695
Number of pages: 200
Dimensions: 259 x 168 mm

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“A DC-Manga Gateway For Young Readers”

Not a great deal stuck with me following my finishing of this one. I was originally quite excited by the idea of the Justice League interpreted in the manga style, after all, Marvel’s Manga-verse went down pretty well... More

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