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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON May 12, 2012 Add Comments
As part of a weekend 99 cent special weekend, many comics featuring Justice Society of America characters were spotlighted, through the many different eras that the team has been around. The following new releases feature Batman and related characters;
Adventure Comics (1935-1983) #461-462 ($1.99 each)
Features the 1979 story that killed off the Earth-2 Batman.
Adventure Comics (1935-1983) #463-466 ($1.99 each)
Features stories with the Helena Wayne Huntress as a member of the JSA.
All Star Comics #58-67 ($1.99 each)
These early Bronze Age edition of the JSA from 1976-1977 feature…
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON October 26, 2010 Add Comments
This over-sized issue of Batman has me on the fence. On the one hand we have a great story with a lot of human emotion in it, and on the other we have the fact that these issues are re-hashed and a couple of years old. I’ve read these issues before and thought they were pretty well done and whole, although even then, I did not enjoy the dumpster fire that was and is Scott McDaniel’s artistic approach. But…
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