Batman Day is a global celebration to honor the legacy of the iconic Super Hero. Every year on the third Saturday in September, we celebrate Batman and the storytelling of his life through comic books and movies. This year the celebration falls on September 17th.
The first Batman Day was officially on July 23, 2014 to make sure it coincided with Comic-Con International in San Diego that year. Batman’s 75 year anniversary was celebrated at Comic-Con by selling Batman merchandise.
Celebrate by reading some Batman comic books or easy readers. Here are some available at the library!
Batman Comic Books
The Batman Strikes!: Sanity Plea by Billy Matheny
The Joker is trying to prove his sanity as a bid to secure his transfer from Arkham Asylum to Gotham State Penitentiary.
Beware the Batman #2: the Rule of Three by Matthew Manning
Professor Pyg is planning something, and Batman and Katana have to figure out what it is in time to stop him.
Easy Reader Books
Batman Will Save the Day! by A.E. Dingee
When the Penguin escapes Arkham Asylum, Batman follows the clues to find the runaway villain before he causes trouble.
The Lego Batman Movie: Junior Novel by Jeanette Lane
Batman, the crime-fighting vigilante, spends his days in an empty Batcave alone, but he is not sure if he can let Dick Grayson Gordon join his superhero team.
Batman’s Missions by Beth Davies
Follow the adventures of Batman and Robin as they train and battle villains with their allies, Batgirl, Green Lantern, and Aquaman.
Batman: Winter Wasteland by Donald Lemke
When Mr. Freeze and the Ice Pack bring a blast of villainous cold to Gotham City, it’s up to Batman to break the ice with some help from Wonder Woman, and the Flash.
The Lego Batman Movie
Lego Batman stars in his own big-screen adventure. There are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from the Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others, and learn to lighten up.