Wednesday, December 16, 2020

ArkhaManiacs by Art Baltazar and Franco


ArkhaManiacs by Art Baltazar and Franco who provide their unique, cartoony take on a certain apartment building called Arkham in Gotham City and the people who live there. Young Bruce Wayne is drawn to the fun and the excitement he sees going on at Arkham, but to Wayne Enterprises, it's just another property they own. 

Bruce is determined to find out why Arkham is full of so much fun and laughter. What exactly is going on over there? Time to sneak over when no one is looking...even though it's like the house is laughing at him! HA HA HA!

My Opinion: It has great graphics and a storyline that is different that then I am used to along with the joker being mischievous. This book is for ages 8-12 years old.

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