This Friday the hugely anticipated finale to The Dark Knight trilogy hits cinemas throughout Canada. No doubt a lot of you Batman fans are really looking forward to checking out how the story ends when Batman faces off against Bane for the fate of Gotham city. We have some time to kill before we can actually watch it though, so in the meantime lets get primed by checking out some of the Batman offerings available in the Kobo digital library.
To start with, since Kobo e-Readers have full Google Play integration you can take advantage of their live wallpapers and even rent out both Batman Begins and The Dark Knight direcly from your Kobo for a mere $1.99 each.
Batman and Philosophy: The Dark Knight of the Soul looks like an interesting read. The authors examine questions like why Batman doesn’t simply kill the Joker, and other ethical, moral issues surrounding the character. This book draws from all the comics, the TV shows and movies to give you some insight into some of the ideas surrounding the character and what it can teach us.
If you want to check out some literature more related to the new movie, how about Christian Bale: The Inside Story of the Darkest Batman? This book delved deep into the star of the popular movie trilogy. We get a look at how his method acting allows him to totally transform himself into any role and have such a commanding screen presence.
One of the best titles for any Batman fan waiting in long lines to see the new movie in theatres would have to be The Unofficial Batman Trivia Challenge. You can quiz yourself and friends, challenging them to see who knows Batman best, and maybe learning a thing or two. Lines are boring, but trivia is fun! The book contains over eight hundred Batman related questions to challenge you
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