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  • Author:
    Geary Gravel
  • ISBN:
    055356501X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0553565010
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    Spectra; 1st edition (January 1, 1994)
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SHADOWS OF THE PAST (Batman : the Animated), Dual to the Death (Batman: The Animated Series), Batman . Batman Animated Series. 4 primary works, 4 total works. Novelisations based on Batman The Animated Series. A novelization of the animated television serie. ore. Shelve SHADOWS OF THE PAST.

He lives in western Massachusetts and has written twelve books. Dual to the Death (1994) (Batman: The Animated Series). The Dragon and the Bat (1994) (Batman: The Animated Series). War of the Fading Worlds. Batman and Mr. Freeze (1997) (A Golden Book). The Dreamwright (1995) (a Might and Magic novel). The Shadowsmith (1996) (sequel to Dreamwright). Geary Gravel at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database.

1994) (A book in the Batman : Animated Series series) A novel by Geary Gravel. March 1994 : UK Paperback. Left horribly disfigured after an explosion, district attorney Harvey Dent takes the name ""Two Face"" and begins a reign of terror that only Batman and Robin can stop. Genre: Science Fiction. Similar books by other authors. Rise of Sin Tzu (Batman) Flint Dille and Devin Grayson.

Dual to the Death - Written by Geary Gravel - Paperback - Publisher: Spectra (January 1994).

Batman: Animated - by Paul Dini, Chip Kidd - Softcover/Hardcover - Paperback: 164 pages - Publisher: HarperEntertainment; (January 1999). Dual to the Death - Written by Geary Gravel - Paperback - Publisher: Spectra (January 1994). Left horribly disfigured after an explosion, district attorney Harvey Dent takes the name "Two Face" and begins a reign of terror that only Batman and Robin can stop. A novelization of the animated television series follows the Caped Crusader as he pursues the thug who is torching Gotham City's brownstones to make way for a sleazy new development and who has kidnapped well-connected Leslie Thompkins.

GEARY GRAVEL is the author of Shadows of the Past and Dual to the Death, two novelizations based on BATMAN: THE . Geary Gravel, Batman - Mask of the Phantasm. Thank you for reading books on GrayCity.

GEARY GRAVEL is the author of Shadows of the Past and Dual to the Death, two novelizations based on BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES. He has also written several science fiction books in two series, The Autumnworld Mosaic and The Fading Worlds. His friends think he needs to get out more.

Dual To The Death (Batman: The Animated). if you are a fan of the old batman animated series you will love this book. One person found this helpful.

Geary Gravel (born 1951) is an American science fiction author and professional sign . He lives in western Massachusetts and has written twelve books. The Alchemists (1984; nominated for Philip K. Dick Award for best novel). The Pathfinders (1986) (sequel to Alchemists). A Key for the Nonesuch (1990). Mask of the Phantasm (1994) (novelization based on Batman: Mask of the Phantasm).

Left horribly disfigured after an explosion, district attorney Harvey Dent takes the name "Two Face" and begins a reign of terror that only Batman and Robin can stop. Original.

Dagdalas
Great books...wish there were more animated series books
OCARO
This novel is a combination of the Harvey Two-Face episodes from season 1 of the show and of the Shadow of the Bat Part episodes from season 2. It's well-written but you can tell it's catering for the kids who are fans for the show first rather than appealing to long-time Batman fans.

Dual to the Death (a pun I didn't notice at first) is an origin story for Harvey Dent/Two-Face that differs from the established lore in much the same way as his creation in The Dark Knight movie from 2008. As he takes over Gotham and clashes with bigger crime bosses Commissioner Gordon is framed for mass-corruption and Batgirl is introduced. It's not boring, and the interaction between the characters is good. In fact, the dialogue scenes and the drama are the best thing about it. But the action feels weakly described and didn't have the atmosphere it needed. The gloom and expanse of Gotham isn't fully explored here.

I think that a slightly longer novel with a harder centre could have made this must-read, but as it is it's a decent distraction, though harder to find in good condition these days. Published in 1994, this has never been reprinted and exists only as a cheap pulp mass-market paperback.
Thiama
I enjoyed this far more than the first Batman:TAS book I read (Shadows of the Past).

PROS:
-It's written in a pleasant style that will appeal to both old and young alike.
-As such, it's a fast read that can easily be finished within a handful of "sit-downs."
-The story is basic but has layers not unlike say the first "Batman Begins" movie. Mainly, what I mean to say here is that the plotting/story is a plus because it has an easy-to-follow feel while also casting shades of gravitas along the ride.
-Origin stories for two major "Batman universe" characters are explored here and they may be re-tellings that have new twists you weren't expecting or may be origins you've just never heard period - either way, it's interesting stuff.
-Some of the dialogue, details have a real nice bit of professional "punch" to them.

CONS:
-Certain details of usually minor things or characters feel a little soft, off, or otherwise lacking in any kind of "edge"...not a biggie though. It still has it's moments.
-Action only really comes to the fore near the conclusion of the book and even then, it is mostly subdued. In other words, if you are looking for a lot of fast, extended and wild action - that's not really this. This is more like the Sopranos meets NYPD Blue meets a basic or above-average Batman live-action TV show. I say that because a lot of the early "action" is just stuff like gangsters shaking people down, angry confrontations, brief shoot-outs and the like.

All that being said - on a basic level, this is a just a good, good story; well-told, and it's hard to take much away from it unless you are someone who is ultra-familiar with its blueprint already. Casual fans may get even more from it. You find yourself engaged by the interactions of the characters and curious to see what happens next. Definitely one to at least try out or borrow, at a minimum...