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Scarecrow's Panic Plot
Scarecrow's Panic Plot
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DC Super Heroes

Scarecrow's Panic Plot

by Scott Beatty
Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio

The Scarecrow is on the loose in this exciting comics and chapter book hybrid! Now the Scarecrow has fitted the Dark Knight with a helmet that slowly gives him fear gas as part of a twisted experiment. Batman has no choice but to play along – the mask is tamper-proof and if he tries to remove it, he’ll get a toxic dose of the nightmare-inducing fumes! Will Batman outsmart the crazed villain, or will he be driven bat-bonkers?

 
ISBN978-1-4965-0514-9
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandDC Super Heroes
Age Level8-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-7
GenreAdventure
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count88
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2016
Paperback
Price
$5.95
 


 
 

Reviews

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

SLJ's Good Comics for Kids blog - Brigid Alverson

"The Comic Chapter Books are aimed at older readers, and the stories are longer and more complex. . . .The book includes 12 pages of comics, which are interspersed throughout the story. . . .There are some questions in the back to help readers focus on what’s going on in the comics, as well as a glossary of comics terms and one of unusual words." - SLJ's Good Comics for Kids blog

January 2, 2016

Scott Beatty

Scott Beatty

Scott Beatty is the author of many Bat-Books, including The Batman Handbook (Quirk Books), the definitive guide on how to fight crime like the Caped Crusader. He is also the writer of many Bat-Tales for DC Comics, including co-scripting the best-selling Robin Year One, Batgirl Year One, and Nightwing Year One mini-series.

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