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Attack of the Man-Bat!
Attack of the Man-Bat!
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DC Super Heroes

Attack of the Man-Bat!

by Jake Black
Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio

Bruce Wayne is in the rainforests of Brazil in this comics and chapter book hybrid, but there’s trouble in the local villages - people are disappearing! Corporate developers are tearing down the forest, and a legend tells of a giant bat creature that will defend the plant life from those who would destroy it. Batman takes up the case, and he soon finds out the strange goings-on are more than just folklore – it’s Man-Bat and Posion Ivy!

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandDC Super Heroes
Age Level8-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-7
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count88



No Flying, No Tights - Gloria Romano

"Some may believe that the combination of comic pages and written pages would confuse the reader and deter them from the story’s plot. However, as you are taken into the world of Batman, the comic pages add to the superhero action in the story. Illustrator Lucian Vecchio chooses moments in the story that would be enhanced by colorful pages, action, and dialogue. . . .a great addition to any library’s children’s collection. Comic book fans will enjoy the superhero’s adventures and comic book readers will be interested in the combination of comic pages and a written story." - No Flying, No Tights

April 5, 2016

Jake Black

Jake Black

Jake Black is a prolific writer with more than 400 publishing and production credits to his name in print, TV, DVD, web, and more. He's written for franchises like Batman, Superman, Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles, Adventure Time, Star Trek, Twilight, and many others. He lives in a quiet town in Utah with his wife, son, and twin daughters.

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