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    How Frank Miller Saved the Batman

      When artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger teamed up to create Batman in the late 1930’s, they faced the task of creating a character who could capitalize on the pandemonium surrounding Superman, but who would nevertheless have a look and personality all his own. Kane and Finger came up with a hero who […] More

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    Batman ’66 Puts the Biff, Bam Pow Back Into Comics

    Batman ’66 Vol 1 Written by Jeff Parker Drawn by Jonathan Case, Ty Templeton, Joe Quinones, Sandy Jarrell, Ruben Procopio and Colleen Coover Published by DC Comics Is there another fictional character who has so many clearly identifiable and distinct incarnations as Batman does? There’s the original, Silver Age Batman, Neal Adams’ Batman, Frank Miller, […] More

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    Batman ’66 #1 Review

    Batman ’66 #1 Written by Jeff Parker Art by Jonathan Case Cover by Michael Allred Published by DC Comics With the Justice League seemingly dead in DC’s Forever Evil and the Avengers off in deep space to face an apocalyptic threat in Marvel’s Infinity, comics can be as dreary and foreboding as real world events these days. […] More