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  • I liked the story, but not the artwork as I think the style is kind of ugly
  • But despite that, you should definitely get this if you’re a Batman fan

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      Batman: Year One is a graphic novel by Frank Miller and Illustrated by David Mazzucchelli. It’s the story of Bruce Wayne’s first year as Batman and how he put on the cape and cowl to fight crime and how James Gordon came to Gotham City.

      This is a terrific Batman story. There’s no


      doubt about that. Frank Miller is an excellent writer and he’s very descriptive and he knows how to write Batman and James Gordon and Harvey Dent. It’s very excellent writing and don’t let the fact that this is a graphic novel fool you into thinking it’s not well written because it is.

      • I liked reading this one and it’s a solid, well written story.

        Overall, I recommend Batman: Year One to any Batman fan who likes the movies and the comic books. It’s a very well written story and good character development. I liked the story, but not the artwork as I

        think the style is kind of ugly. But despite that, you should definitely get this if you’re a Batman fan; it’s worth your time. It’s a pretty good book and deserves to be on your shelf.

        Batman: Year One is available at your local book store, comic book store or online at Amazon.com.




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