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here is a review of the Batman Facts And Stats From The Classic TV Show. It is a book that you can dip in and out of. The book is divided into two sections the first section is all about the good guys and the gadgets that Batman And Robin use. Also there are sections on the batmobile,the batcave and wayne manor. The book also tells you how many batclimbs there were throughout the series and in the movie. The second section of the book concentrates on the villians that were seen in the series and you find out about what gadgets they have and reveals the lairs that the villians had.Also the way the book is designed is in the style of an episode with the title sequence at the begining and when you have the narrator encouraging you to watch the next episode and then at the end of the book it has the title sequence from the third season when Batgirl was introduced. Overall i love this book. It's a very colourful book and useful. it is well worth the money every batfan should purchase it.
I am just trying to work out how this new book compares to my well-read (and well-worn) old Batbook by Joel Eisner. It contains many facts and figures on the gadgets, vehicles, etc.
Not sure if the new book could offer a lot more info....
I think the best "book" on the show was the magazine the Fangoria people put out ten or so years ago-- THAT was loaded with trivia I wasn't familiar with and some really great photos full of color, which is the only way to present this show.
What book/magazine are you talking about that Fangoria put out? I don't think I remember it.
There's also a variant cover which shows several Batmen on it in a painted style-- same insides.
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http://13thdimension.com/first-review-b ... tan-books/
Lots of pics, may be screen grabs, but some stuff I have never seen in print.