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by Bo Hampton,Terry Beatty,Hilary Bader

ePub Batman Adventures: The Lost Years (The Batman Adventures) download
Author:
Bo Hampton,Terry Beatty,Hilary Bader
ISBN13:
978-1563894831
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1563894831
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Dc Comics; 1st edition (February 1, 1999)
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The Lost Years fills in the gap between the original animated series and the new adventures. This story bridges the five-year gap between the end of BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES (Fox) and the start of THE NEW BATMAN ADVENTURES (Kids' WB!).

The Lost Years fills in the gap between the original animated series and the new adventures. It is quite hard to find and I was really excited to get my hands on it. The first thing that I noticed is that it was a lot thinner than I expected. Some of these plot points were told or alluded to in episodes of THE NEW BATMAN ADVENTURES or BATMAN BEYOND but they didn't go in depth as much as this book does.

Dick Grayson shows his disaprovel to Batman for his crime fighting techniques and his attitude towards the untrained Batgirl. After watching Babs and Dick play tennis, Bruce figures out that Barbara is actually Batgirl and decides to train her, much to the anger of Grayson. Issue Issue Issue Issue Issue #1.

Batman Adventures: The Lost Years is a limited series set in the DCAU. It explained some of the changes made from Batman: The Animated Series to The New Batman Adventures. It was "set up" on the episodes "Old Wounds" (which tells of Dick Grayson's departure) and "Sins of the Father" (which tells of Tim Drake's rise and Dick's return). Batman Adventures: The Lost Years Batman Adventures: The Lost Years Batman Adventures: The Lost Years Batman Adventures: The Lost Years #4.

The Batman Adventures book. Collecting BATMAN ADEVENTURES: THE LOST YEARS Spanning the gap between the animated series The Batman and Robin Adventures and the current Batman: The Gotham Adventures, these stories detail many changes as Dick Grayson quits being Robin to take on the new heroic guise of Nightwing, young Tim Drake becomes the new Robin, and Batgirl becomes a frequent guest in the Batcave. Collecting BATMAN ADEVENTURES: THE LOST YEARS

Spanning the gap between the animated series The Batman and Robin Adventures and the current Batman: Gotham Adventures, these stories detail many changes as Dick Grayson quits being Robin to take on the new heroic guise of Nightwing, young Tim Drake becomes the ne. .

Spanning the gap between the animated series The Batman and Robin Adventures and the current Batman: Gotham Adventures, these stories detail many changes as Dick Grayson quits being Robin to take on the new heroic guise of Nightwing, young Tim Drake becomes the new Robin, and Batgirl becomes a frequent guest in the Batcave.

4 The Batman Adventures: The Lost Years. 5 Home video releases In a total of five books, Hilary Bader, Bo Hampton, Terry Beatty, Lee Loughridge, an. 5 Home video releases. Shortly after The New Batman Adventures aired on Kids' WB, a miniseries set in the continuity of the series was published. In a total of five books, Hilary Bader, Bo Hampton, Terry Beatty, Lee Loughridge, and Tim Harkins, explained the two-year gap between Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures. It explored Dick Grayson's journey after leaving Batman's side, and his path to becoming Nightwing. DVD box set of The New Batman Adventures.

This leads Batman to consider taking on a new sidekick. Script by Hilary J. Bader, pencils by Bo Hampton, inks by Terry Beatty.

Robin disagrees with the interrogation methods of Batman, who grills a criminal mercilessly in front of the bad guy's family. This leads Batman to consider taking on a new sidekick. Cover by Ty Templeton. Issue Batman Adventures The Lost Years (1998) Tags: Batman.

Dick Grayson shows his disaprovel to Batman for his crime fighting techniques and his attitude towards the untrained Batgirl

Dick Grayson shows his disaprovel to Batman for his crime fighting techniques and his attitude towards the untrained Batgirl. Dick Grayson shows his disaprovel to Batman for his crime fighting techniques and his attitude towards the untrained Batgirl. Issue (2 years ago).

The Batman Adventures: The Lost Years

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These stories detail many changes as Dick Grayson quits being Robin to take on the new heroic guise of Nightwing, young Tim Drake becomes the new Robin, and Batgirl comes into being.
  • One of my favorite comics of all time! It re-tells part of the story from the "Old Wounds" episode of Batman The New Animated Series, as well as filling in many of the gaps not really answered in the TV show. If your a big of a fan of Nightwing like I am or loved either of the Batman animated series from the 90's & wanted to see what happened in the time between them, then I HIGHLY suggested this trade paperback!

  • Excellent. Enjoyable for kids and adults. Great stories with colorful and memorable stories. Each story is short, but there are multiple stories inside.

    Unless you are a hard-core collector, I may suggest you to try to find a used copy. Why? The current price of 50 bucks seems crazy. I bought a new copy back in 2003 and it was only 10 bucks.

  • The Lost Years fills in the gap between the original animated series and the new adventures. It is quite hard to find and I was really excited to get my hands on it. The first thing that I noticed is that it was a lot thinner than I expected. It's 5 comic books long which isn't too terribly short, I know, but didn't a lot more happen in between? Especially considering that two of the books in here were adapted into episodes "Old Wounds" (Dick quits being Robin) and "Sins of the Father" (the introduction of Tim as Robin), it makes it feel even shorter. Not to say that those comics aren't good, they even add a few things to the story that we never saw before.

    The rest of the book is great. It all focuses on Dick soul searching from one continent to the next learning as much as he can, similar to Bruce many years ago. His travels take him many places including Brazil, Santo de la Rosa, Asia, Tibet, Mindaluaki, and the Himalayas learning how to become "invisible", how to fight what he can't see, and he learns how to "fly". He even crosses paths with familiar foes along the way, but I won't spoil it for you.

    I really loved the stories that focused on Dick and his training, I just wish there had been more of it. Other than that, I can't complain and it was a great addition to the DCAU Batman continuity. Hunt this one down, especially if you're a Nightwing fan, who did not get enough screen time in the series.

  • THE BATMAN ADVENTURES: THE LOST YEARS collects the full five-issue THE BAMTAN ADVENTURES: THE LOST YEARS comic magazine miniseries.
    This story bridges the five-year gap between the end of BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES (Fox) and the start of THE NEW BATMAN ADVENTURES (Kids' WB!). Some of these plot points were told or alluded to in episodes of THE NEW BATMAN ADVENTURES or BATMAN BEYOND but they didn't go in depth as much as this book does.
    THE LOST YEARS tells how Batgirl became an official part of Batman's team; Dick Grayson dropped his Robin persona, left Batman, and became Nightwing; and how Tim Drake became Robin. In the "real" comic book continuity, these events were sloppily spread out over dozens of years and creators, with filler all over the place. Here, Hilary Bader and the animated team tell the story in a much more satisfying, concise, and kid-friendly fashion, in 128 pages.
    Forget your preconceptions of Hilary Bader -- here, she is gold. Hampton and Beatty are at the top of their form, and, of course, Ty Templeton's covers are always welcome.
    My only problem is with the physical book: the paper is cheap and the cover's pretty wobbly. But this shouldn't be a problem for any kid or adult who reads this superb story.
    Enjoy! // koby c.
    P.S. If you like the animated style: Also reprinting the animated comic books are THE BATMAN ADVENTURES, BATMAN: DARK KNIGHT ADVENTURES, and BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES, and the Harvey and Eisner award-winning BATMAN ADVENTURES: MAD LOVE. You can pick up BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES monthly at your neighborhood comic shop. The animated cartoons I mentioned above are now on CARTOON NETWORK, except for BATMAN BEYOND, which is still on Kids' WB! Saturday mornings and in production as of this writing.

  • This paperback details the "Animated" Batman continuity's missing period, the time between the Batman and Robin (and occasional ally Batgirl) period and the Batman/Batgirl/Nightwing/new Robin period.
    After reading this volume, fans will know why Barbara and Dick stopped being an item, how Batgirl and Batman learned each other's identities, why and how Robin left Batman's side to become Nightwing, how Batgirl replaced Robin as Batman's partner, and how a new Robin emerged on Batman's team.
    The only real questions that go unanswered are (1) How much did Batman train Batgirl, (2) Where did Batgirl's new costume come from, and (3) what were Batman's feelings during the many changes that took place in this book?
    Still, the story is fun and interesting and moves very quickly. A good, fun read for Batman fans.

  • This is not just an outstanding re-telling of "The New Batman Adventures" episodes "Old Wounds" and "Sins of the Father." It has SO much background information that this is a definite must-have for any fan of the series. The art and writing are great and makes me wish they'd have made this entire story into an hour-long episode. There are things in this book I'd never thought of watching the show and you can tell a lot of care and time went into this book. Congratulations to all involved!

  • This masterpiece solves the mystery of how Nightwing and the new Robin came to be, how Batgirl got access to the Batcave and became better friends with Batman. It consists of 5 issues--the first one depicting the affair between Dick and Barbara and the friendship between Batman and Batgirl. The second one revolves around Robin quitting the Bat-team...the third tells about Dick Grayson's worldwide journeys, and the fourth tells about the new Robin, Timothy Drake, and the fifth... you'll have to find out yourself.