BATMAN BEYOND 1: GROUNDED. Written by Sholly Fisch. Illustrated by John Delaney, Dave Cooper, and David Tanguay. Batman created by Bob Kane. 2002 by DC Comics / A Random House Pictureback Book. Printed in the United States of America.
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Batman Beyond 1: Grounded (1999): It’s not easy being Batman. Terry McGinnis dons the Batsuit to fight crime by night, but he still has to be at school in the morning. When Terry gets in trouble for falling asleep in class, his mom grounds him. Now who will watch over the streets of Gotham City?
Something has gone wrong with Terry McGinnis and now he's on a spree of terror, wreaking havoc on Gotham City as Batman. Bruce Wayne determines that the only way to stop him is to don the garb of The Dark Knight in this first issue of the first BATMAN BEYOND ongoing series!
“This is a good book with a fine message. My 4 year old is crazy for Batman and loves this whole series so was thrilled when the Easter Bunny completed his set with this one. The message is that the young Batman cannot neglect his studies even for crime-fighting. There also is a great line about always listening to your mother which my son thought was funny but also got the point”. – An American customer
“I recently started investigating digital comics so I could be able to read the new Justice League Beyond and the new Batman Beyond comic series which is offered online. In my investigations, I discovered Comixology was offering a free digital copy of this #1 issue, so I had to read this...The ArtOverall, this comic was good. The art was similar to the actual tv show, which was good. The penciler and inker both had done work on the Batman TAS comics, so this art also looks similar to that series…” – An American customer
Batman Beyond: 24 issues in this volume (1999 –) publisher DC Comics: In the not too distant future, we have an older Bruce Wayne teaching a young teenager named Terry McGinnis the ways of how to become a hero. Terry encounters villains from Bruce's past, and also new ones. Batman has to now fight Shriek, Scarecrow, Spellbounder, Blight, Stalker and others to become a "Dark Knight" of Gotham City.
- Age Range: 4 - 8 years
- Grade Level: Preschool - 3
- Series: Pictureback(R)
- Paperback: 24 pages
- Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (May 28, 2002)
- Language: English
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