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What are the best Batman novels?

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  1. 1The Forensic Files of Batman

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    The Forensic Files of Batman: The World's Greatest Detective is a Batman prose novel written by Doug Moench on the fictional hero by DC Comics, Batman. With over 300 pages, this book is published in 2005 by iBooks.

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  1. 2The Further Adventures of Batman

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    The Further Adventures of Batman is a Batman prose fiction with contributions by  Robert Sheckley, Henry Selsar, Joe R. Lansdale, Max Allan Collins, Mike Resnick, Karen Haber, Robert Silverberg, etc.

  2. 3Wayne of Gotham

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    Wayne of Gotham is a Batman prose novel written by Tracy Hickman on the fictional hero by DC Comics, Batman. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 2012 by It Books.
  1. 4Batman Forever

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    Batman Forever is a Batman prose novel written by Peter David on the fictional hero by DC Comics, Batman. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 1995 by Warner Books New York.

  2. 5Batman: Knightfall

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    Batman: Knightfall is a Batman prose novel written by Dennis O'Neil on the fictional hero by DC Comics, Batman. With over 400 pages, this book is published in 1995 by Spectra Books.

  3. 6Batman Returns

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    Batman Returns is a Batman prose novel written by Craig Shaw Gardner on the fictional hero by DC Comics, Batman. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 1992 by Grand Central Publishing.

  4. 7Batman: Fear Itself

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    Batman: Fear Itself is written by Micahel Reaves and Steven Elliott Altman as the third installment in the Batman (Del Rey) series. This Batman prose novel is published in 2007 by Random House Publishing Group.

  5. 8The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 2

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    The Further Adventures of Batman (Volume 2): Featuring the Penguin Book by Martin H. Greenberg. This is a Batman prose novel about the fictional hero by DC Comics, Batman. Published in 1992 by Spectra Books.

  6. 9The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 3

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    The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 3: Featuring Catwoman is a Batman prose fiction with contributions by John Gregory Betancourt, Mort Castle, Ed Gorman, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Brian M. Thomsen, etc.

  7. 10Batman: The Killing Joke

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    Alan Moore and Brian Bolland brought us in 1988 a revisitation of the Joker's origin in one of the most remembered graphic novels of the character. In the Killing Joke, Moore shows us Joker like a psychopath with no remorse and salvation. 

  8. 11The Batgirl Adventures (2009-) #1

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    The Batgirl Adventures (2009-) #1 is a Sequential Art, Action, DC Comics written by Paul Dini and illustrated by Rick Burchett. It was published June 17, 2014 by DC Comics.

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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2018
    "With the nationwide release of Warner Brothers' Batman Returns this summer, Bantam takes advantage of the resurgence in popularity of the Caped Crusader by presenting an anthology of eleven. This book proves me wrong.when ever i thought The book looks at The Penguin as not just smart, but also a nearly worthy foe.the stories being pretty good (and I wasn't even a Batman fan yet x3)"
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    Anonymous
    April 16, 2018
    "Batman is my favorite superhero and I love reading novels about his adventures. I just read through "Batman Returns" again and it's till just as exciting as the first time! The novel is full of fun and exciting characters and mystery. It has great intriguing action that I can't get enough of!"
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    Anonymous
    April 20, 2018
    "This is a decent solution to the topic. Books are always subjective in what is the best which makes it hard to determine the topic. This book is not very well known since it has around 20 reviews and the reviews are kind of iffy on this book, some enjoyed it while others did not."
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    Batman: Fear Itself
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "I am not a Batman Novel reader. But my son recommended I read "Wayne of Gotham". This is what jumped at me. Good book. True to the character. The Batman has never been a normal person I guess. A little bouncy in the story line."
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    April 16, 2018
    "Batman Forever is a decent Batman novel. The plotline works well with Two-Face and The Riddler and is never boring. Having Robin in with Batman helps to break up any solo Batman monotony easy."
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    May 12, 2018
    "I think this is one of the better Batgirl arcs. Paul Dini does a great job of integrating into the current Batman universe. The drawings are exceptional as well."
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    The Batgirl Adventures (2009-) #1
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "Eh i thought it was pretty good. Gives a neat take on batman, better novels but give it a go if you've already read those."
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    Batman: Knightfall
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 3 is a great batman novel."
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    The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 3
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "The Forensic Files of Batman is the best batman book."
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    The Forensic Files of Batman
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    May 10, 2018
    "no"
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    Batman: The Killing Joke
This list is about What are the best Batman novels
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1The Forensic Files of BatmanBooks 16 Paid
2The Further Adventures of BatmanBooks 14 Paid
3Wayne of GothamBooks 12 Paid
4Batman ForeverBooks 10 Paid
5Batman: KnightfallBooks 8 Paid
6Batman ReturnsBooks 7 Paid
7Batman: Fear ItselfBooks 5 Paid
8The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 2Books 2 Paid
9The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 3Books 1 Paid
10Batman: The Killing JokeBooks 0 Paid
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