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Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu #2020

Batman Rise of Sin Tzu The novelization of the hot new video game from Ubi Soft Entertainment DC Comics and Warner Bros Interactive featuring a Batman milestone the introduction of a new major villian

  • Title: Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu
  • Author: Devin Grayson Flint Dille
  • ISBN: 9780446613927
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu By Devin Grayson Flint Dille, The novelization of the hot new video game from Ubi Soft Entertainment, DC Comics, and Warner Bros Interactive, featuring a Batman milestone the introduction of a new major villian.

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    1. Though I never played the video game this was based on, my sources say it was mediocre at best So, could this book be any good Surprisingly, yes it was a different way of telling a superhero story, but an enjoyable one nonetheless.Unfortunately, adding some profanity and blasphemous exclamations seriously, one narrator really abused Jesus name kept this from being as good as it could have been.

    2. I ve tended to avoid delving into superhero novels largely because, of those I ve read, I haven t been as overwhelmed by a great story without the graphics that generally accompany superhero adventures As a result, there s something lost from the bang, pow, and ziff in the translation from panel to panel stories to straight prose but, wow, THE RISE OF SIN TZU is different so strongly different, in fact, that I could imagine a whole series of Batbooks non comic to spring up in the years ahead Thi [...]

    3. Okay, so, this is the novelization of a Batman beat em up video game from 2003 You re well within your rights to expect it to suck, right I sure did, but hey, it was a Batman novel, so I figured what the heck I m glad I did, because it was so good.Basically the story is that a previously unheard of villain, a mastermind of war known as Sin Tzu, is going to conquer Gotham He s bored, he needs a challenge, and he chooses Batman s city He leads all the criminals in Gotham as their general, with thr [...]

    4. Any literature based on video games is bound to feel like a video game itself With the creation of Sin Tzu a game exclusive character to the animated Batman mythos writer Devin Grayson attempts to add personality Kudos to Grayson for her unique storytelling approach each chapter is narrated by a different character in the story While the tome is bogged down with events and occurrences straight from the animated show, the individual chapters voiced by Scarecrow and the minor human players provide [...]

    5. I was in the need of something mindless and quick to read after a week of classes and this book fit the bill For all that I went into not expecting much, I was really surprised at how much I enjoyed it Grayson does a great job analyzing the characters and giving them depth than in the run of the cartoon series which the book and the game was based on Though it is quite obvious that her background is in the comics she s the current writer for the Nightwing comic book it was nice to see things fr [...]

    6. Batman Rise of Sin Tzu was a thoroughly enjoyable read, especially considering that it was based on a video game I never got to play the game, but a good friend gave me the action figure that was packaged with it Anyway, the novel chronicles the strategist Sin Tzu, as he attempts to take on Batman and take over Gotham City Each chapter is told from the point of view of a different character, and Devin Grayson brings them to life with her amazing writing If you enjoy superhero books, pick this on [...]

    7. Really underated It s based on the somewhat forgetable video game of the same name thank god for Arkham Ayslum, and Jim Lee s original creation of the evil conqueror Sin Tzu The story is played out in narriation between characters in the Batman s world like Clayface, a thug, Sin Tzu, and others.It s a pretty interesting way to write a book Skip the game, but get the book It s worth it.

    8. I enjoyed this book It really is something for the teenage market, but it was still a fun read I do think it took me way too long to read, but then, I didn t really sit down and read it very much I recommend it, and the video game was fun too

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