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  • 1 stars across 10 books
    5th June 2014

    Batman 3 Stories in 1

    This colourful, action-packed chapter book contains 3 great Batman adventures: Arctic Attack, Catwoman's Halloween Heist... More

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    1st September 2010

    Robin's First Flight

    High school student Tim Drake is tired of being a hero in training. He's ready to become the full-time sidekick of Batma... More

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    20th August 2009

    Arctic Attack

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    6th May 1995

    The Romulan Stratagem

    A further paperback novel from the series STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION. On a mission to an unexplored planet near the ... More

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    15th March 2010

    DC Super Heroes: Batman: Pack B of 6

    Batman, The Dark Knight, prowls the shadowy streets of Gotham City with his partner Robin, The boy Wonder, putting fear ... More

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    10th September 2010

    Batman Pack C of 3

    DC Super Heroes readers feature the world's greatest superheroes. Batman, the Dark Knight, prowls the shadowy streets of... More

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    9th October 2014

    Robin's First Flight

    Tim Drake feels ready to take on the world as Robin, Batman's trusty sidekick. But the Dark Knight has one more test for... More

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    29th May 2010

    Captain Midnight Chronicles

    Born in the blazing crucible of war, but sworn to fight for peace, the mysterious obsidian aviator known only by the cod... More

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    15th March 2010

    Arctic Attack

    Kid's favourite super hero comics turned into easy-to-read chapter books. New stories with original art by DC illustrato... More

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