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by Jason Hall


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Jason Hall's Visual Guidebook to the animated Justice League is colorful and fun. Tykes should like i. Still it's an interesting book and it's good for young readers and newcomers to Justice League, whether it's the animated show or comics.

Jason Hall's Visual Guidebook to the animated Justice League is colorful and fun. Tykes should like it. Like all the DK books, great care has been taken in chosing the captions and accompanying text.

While Batman and Superman had their own animated series and comic book follow-ups, the rest of the characters in the DC Comics Universe would appear in the following comics often. The Batman Adventures was created as a comic book tie-in to Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures. Various titles related to the animated series ran from 1992 to 2004, along with various mini-series and one-shots.

Justice League: The Animated Series Guide. There is more than one author with this name. Other books in the series. 1405304251 (ISBN13: 9781405304252). Justice League (2 books).

Justice League and Justice League Unlimited are American animated series about a team of superheroes. They ran from 2001 to 2006 on Cartoon Network. The series are based on the Justice League and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics. They follow the adventures of Superman, Batman (Bruce Wayne), Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (John Stewart), The Flash, Hawkgirl, and Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz).

Justice League Series Jason Hall. If you like the animated series, you'll love this book. You'll find every character on every page, every character of the Justice League and Injustice Gang. It even has a few photo shots from the series. You'll find information of both the animated show and comics. There is data on parts from the animated show like the League itself, the Injustice Gang, Lex Luthor and more.

This book is a spectacular celebration of the Warner Brothers animated series, packed with imagess from the TV show and the comic books it inspired. Contains in-depth profiles of the main heroes and villains, annotated illustrations of key weapons and places. Ages 8+. Product Identifiers. Dorling Kindersley LTD. ISBN-10.

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When the threat seems overwhelming, when the villainy seems unbeatable, the Justice League springs into action. This fearless band of super heroes has sworn to defend the Earth with every single superpower it possesses! This book is full of great images from the award-winning Justice League TV series and DC comic books, and features in-depth profiles of all the main heroes and villains. "Watchtower data" panels feature key facts and information.

Comments: (5)

blodrayne
Its ok ive read much better put together guides its very small and doesn't obtain all lot of valuable information but it is pretty decent
Gardagar
A kids book, about a kid's show. But big kids like it too.
Gold Crown
Jason Hall's Visual Guidebook to the animated Justice League is colorful and fun. Tykes should like it. Like all the DK books, great care has been taken in chosing the captions and accompanying text.

It's a great way to introduce the younger readers to the world of the Justice League, though I would have waited a few years until the Justice League Unlimited run had been completed, so the book had a great amount of stories to draw fun. It also goes the extra mile with some pages on Aquaman, the Atom, and Adam Strange.

A few flaws for the completist out there. The info on Hawkgirl is somewhat inaccurate after the revelations in the second season finale, "Starcrossed," the panals are mostly taken from the comics rather than the animated series, and some "fun" pages like a detailed blueprint of what goes where in the Watchtower might have given the little ones a bit more material to chew on.

Again, some material on other characters such as Metamorpho, Darksaid, Dr. Fate, would have been great.

Still, it's fun for what it is. Hopefully DK will produce a few more of these in the years to come.
Watikalate
If you like the animated series, you'll love this book. You'll find every character on every page, every character of the Justice League and Injustice Gang. It even has a few photo shots from the series.

You'll find information of both the animated show and comics. There is data on parts from the animated show like the League itself, the Injustice Gang, Lex Luthor and more. From the comics, there's a group of beings from space who had the same powers as Superman, Chronos and the Cold Warriors who consisted of Mr.Freeze, Captain Cold, Killer Frost and other iced based foes. There is also info on characters who were in the comics such as Adam Strange, Aquaman, The Atom. The only thing that wasn't included was the Thangarian invasion of Earth and some other things form the animated show. Most of it seems to have been based on the comics rather then the animated show.

Still it's an interesting book and it's good for young readers and newcomers to Justice League, whether it's the animated show or comics.
Welahza
excellent price, prodict and service
"Justice League" Animated Series Guide download epub
Graphic Novels
Author: Jason Hall
ISBN: 1405304251
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd (September 30, 2004)
Pages: 48 pages