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The Batman Adventures: The Lost Years (Batman Adventures)

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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
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Paperback, 120 pages
Published May 6th 1999 by DC Comics (first published February 1999)
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Callie Rose Tyler
May 27, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics, batman, dc
Riiiiight

So here's the thing, nine times out of ten I hate origin stories especially when they are ridiculous and/or forced. There are a few origin stories that are essential for understanding a character like Superman or Captain American, these origin stories define the characters. However, for the most part I would argue that the origin story is irrelevant especially since the next writer to take over the character might throw out everything you know and start from scratch (see Wolverine, so m
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Adam Graham
Dec 15, 2012 rated it really liked it
What happened between the end of Batman and Robin Adventures and the new Batman Adventures television series as well as the Gotham Knight Adventures comic book series? This book has the answer.

Dick Grayson is approaching college graduation and increasingly, he's locking horns with Batman. He's questioning Batman's judgment and decision making processes. Meanwhile, Batman is feeling more frustrated and less confident in Robin's ability to be there. This leads to the eventual break up of the team
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Angela
Aug 18, 2012 rated it liked it
Suitable for 8 -11 year olds.
This book covers the gap inbetween Batman series. It explains a lot, from Dick becoming Nightwing to Tim becoming Robin. And how Barbara as Batgirl was accepted. A good, light read which is sometimes a lot of fun.
Melissa
Dec 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
My favorite Batman Era. Batgirl steps up, Robin leaves to "find himself" and Tim Drake picks up the former Robin's mantle. Absolutely loved this novel.
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cute stories
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Hilary Bader was born in Brooklyn, and attended State University in Stony Brook with a major in Mathemathics. She also studied Mime in Paris and toured with Edmond Felix. She was a fan of Star Trek, and relocated to California to become a freelance script writer.

Primarily writing for Star Trek series, Bader rolled into DC productions when she wrote "Chi of Steel", and episode of Lois & Clark.
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Batman Adventures (1 - 10 of 19 books)
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