The Boy Who Loved Batman

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • The Boy Who Loved Batman
  • Michael E. Uslan
  • English
  • 13 February 2018
  • 0811875504

About the Author: Michael E. Uslan

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The Boy Who Loved Batman Is any superhero cooler than Batman He s a crime fighting vigilante with a tragic past, a lawless attitude, and a seemingly endless supply of high tech gadgetry In this fully illustrated memoir, author Michael Uslan recalls his journey from early childhood fandom through to the decades he spent on a caped crusade of his own to bring Batman to the silver screen as the dark, serious character he was at heart Uslan s story traces his path from the wilds of New Jersey to the limelight of Hollywood, following his work as Executive Producer on every Batman film from Tim Burton s 1989 re envisioning to 2012 s The Dark Knight Rises Through it all, he helped to create one of the most successful pop culture franchises of all time. Free Download [ The Boy Who Loved Batman ] Author [ Michael E. Uslan ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Boy Who Loved Batman

  1. Nicolo Yu says:

    This book was fun to read It s the memoir of Michael Uslan, producer of the Batman movies and comics fanboy of the highest order.His story reads like a textbook on comics history His pursuit of building a sizable collection of comic books put him in contact with various figures of early comics I likes how his narrative has infectious enthusiasm for ...

  2. Jacobi says:

    I kind of loved this book Michael Uslan is a kid who had a simple dream to bring Batman to the silver screen with a tone that wasauthentic to the character than the 1960s TV show He wanted to help make a dark and brooding movie that would honor Batman s legacy as left by Bob Kane, Bill Finger, and all of the other amazing talents that have worked on the character in comics for decades This book is about Uslan making that happen The reason this book was so good is mainly because Usla I kind of loved this book Michael Uslan is a kid who had a simple dream to bring Batman to the silver screen with a tone that wasauthentic to the character than the 1960s TV show He wanted to help make a dark and brooding movie that would honor Batman s legacy as left by Bob Kane, Bill Finger, and all of the other amazing talents that have worked on the character in comics for decades This book is about Uslan making that happen The reason this book was so good is mainly because Uslan has lived a very interesting life Uslan is the Forrest Gump of comics, being around to rub elbows with much of comic s royalty in their creative heydays or to experience some of comics biggest happenings first hand There are a ton of neat anecdotes in this book for the person interesting in comic book history Outside of that, Uslan s personal life was...

  3. Mark Fallon says:

    Did you know that for some people, their dreams really do come true That s the case for Michael Uslan, who fell in love with comic books as a young boy, and went on not only to write Batman comics, but produce the Batman movies.While it helps, you don t have to be a comic book fan to enjoy this book It s amazing to read about Uslan s journey, as he chases, and ultimately fulfills, his unrealistic dreams His love for life, and his love for the people in his life who supported him along the w Did you know that for some people, their dreams really do come t...

  4. Mike says:

    A review from my free e magazine PopFam.com Pop Culture for Familieshttp www.popfam.com The Boy Who Loved Batman Chronicle Books by Michael UslanReader Appeal Teens and adultsGenre MemoirPopFam Rating B When Mikey Uslan was in third grade, his buddy Barry Milberg gave him some startling news There w...

  5. A.K. Adler says:

    If you are of an age where you can remember the excitement of the release of Tim Burton s original 1989 Batman movie, and were a fan of comic books for a decade or two leading up to that point, then it s pretty much impossible not to be swept up with this memoir It s the tale of a boy who, so affronted by the silliness of the 1966 Batman TV show and how it distorted the public perception of Batman, built a life and career devoted to the goal of bringing the dark, proper version of Batman to cin If you are of an age where you can remember the excitement of the release of Tim Burton s original 1989 Batman movie, and were a fan of comic books for a decade or two leading up to that point, then it s pretty much impossible not to be swept up with this memoir It s the tale of a boy who, so affronted by the silliness of the 1966 Batman TV show and how it distorted the public perception of Batman, built a life and career devoted to the goal of bringing the dark, proper version of Batman to cinematic life Spoiler he succeeds This journey to Batman redemption does deviate into a few side adventures along the way These side adventures, in fact, end up taking up most of the book, and I might have preferred it if just a littletime was spent on the story of the Batman movie creation But, nevertheless, it s still a char...

  6. Sherry says:

    An unexpected delight My husband brought it back from the library and I stole it before he could get his hands on it I m so glad I did Some language, but for some odd reason it seemed to be appropriate and even funny here Now if only Tim Burton would get crackin on his memoirs.

  7. Paul Hankins says:

    Super example of what memoir might look like in the secondary classroom with some reader advisory Comic and graphic novel readers would line up around the door to see a book like this one I have a colleague that is just waiting for the first day of school to grab this one up

  8. Camilo Guerra says:

    Maravilloso Sabia que Uslan sabia de comics y era responsable de llevar a Batman al cine, pero el libro nos permite conocer su vida ,desde una infancia rodeado de comics ,su paso por el colegio,universidad, madurez y como nunca dejo que sus sue os murieran por dif ciles que fueran los momentos, y si fue much simo tiempo, una lucha larga pero el la cuenta con cari o y as la recibes como lector, me encanto saber de sus viajes y b squedas de comics en m ltiples lugares, de lo que sufri al no enc Maravilloso Sabia que Uslan sabia de comics y era responsable de llevar a Batman al cine, pero el libro nos permite conocer su vida ,desde una infancia rodeado de comics ,su paso por el colegio,universidad, madurez y como nunca dejo que sus sue os murieran por dif ciles que fueran los momentos, y si fue much simo ti...

  9. Eric Klee says:

    I must admit that, although I ve read Batman comics since the early 1980s, am familiar with writers and artists, am a big movie fan, and seen all of the Batman movies multiple times, I had never before heard of Michael Uslan That didn t stop me from reading this book, though The colorful cover and subject matter immediately drew my attention.At first I thought Uslan was just a huge fan of comic books and their characters I wasn t aware of the magnitude of his contributions to comics and super I must admit that, although I ve read Batman comics since the early 1980s, am familiar with writers and artists, am a big movie fan, and seen all of the Batman movies multiple...

  10. Shannon says:

    This is a great book that discusses Uslan s personal history with comics, specifically Batman I got to hear Michael Uslan speak at 2011 Comic con, and As soon as his book came out I grabbed it He is the reason we have serious comic book movies today Without him, we would be stuck with the campy Batman from the 60 s Michael Uslan practically invented Geek Cred, attending the first Comic Convention in New York, Teaching the first Comic Book Class, Writing the first book about Comics, and being This is a great book that discusses Uslan s personal history with comics, specifically Batman I got to hear Michael Uslan speak at 2011 Comic con, and As soon as his book came out I grabbed it He is the reason we have serious comic book movies today Without him, we would be stuck with the campy Batman from the 60 s Michael Uslan ...