Showcase Presents: Batman, Vol. 6

Showcase Presents Batman Vol In this new value priced collection of tales from the early s Batman returns his roots as the Dark Knight Detective operating on his own in the shadows of Gotham City With Robin away in college

  • Title: Showcase Presents: Batman, Vol. 6
  • Author: Dennis O'Neil Neal Adams Frank Robbins
  • ISBN: 9781401251536
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this new, value priced collection of tales from the early 1970s, Batman returns his roots as the Dark Knight Detective, operating on his own in the shadows of Gotham City With Robin away in college, Batman faces new foes and old including Two Face, Man Bat and Ra s al Ghul This collection features stories by the renowned GREEN LANTERN GREEN ARROW team of writer DennisIn this new, value priced collection of tales from the early 1970s, Batman returns his roots as the Dark Knight Detective, operating on his own in the shadows of Gotham City With Robin away in college, Batman faces new foes and old including Two Face, Man Bat and Ra s al Ghul This collection features stories by the renowned GREEN LANTERN GREEN ARROW team of writer Dennis O Neil and artist Neal Adams, who brought a new sense of purpose to comics greatest detective.Collects BATMAN 229 244 and stories from DETECTIVE COMICS 408 426.

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    About "Dennis O'Neil Neal Adams Frank Robbins"

    1. Dennis O'Neil Neal Adams Frank Robbins

      Dennis O Neil is a comic book writer and editor best known for his work on Batman, Green Arrow Green Lantern, and The Question.He also wrote a novel with Jim Berry under the pen name Jim Dennis.

    313 thoughts on “Showcase Presents: Batman, Vol. 6”

    1. Remember when Batman was actually a detective? I do and so will you while reading this collection of tales. Denny O'Neil writes over half the stories, with Frank Robbins at the typewriter for the remainder. The Neil Adams art jobs are to be celebrated, but there are hundreds of pages by Irv Novick who admirably carried the ball on his stories. Underrated material that looks great in black in white including the occasional written AND illustrated story by the oft-maligned Robbins. His use of bl [...]


    2. By 1971, the Batman television show had been off the air long enough that its sales boost to the Batman and Detective Comics series had faded, and with it, the incentive to model the magazines on the show. Bruce Wayne moved from stately Wayne Manor to a penthouse in downtown Gotham City and started a charitable organization for victims of crime. Dick “Robin” Grayson went off to college on the other side of the state, and guest-starred infrequently. And most of Batman’s regular rogues’ ga [...]


    3. A collection of Batman tales from Batman and Detective Comics originally published in 1971-72, the centerpiece of this volume is the first few encounters between Batman and Ra's al Ghul. Outside of the historical value of Ra's first appearances, there's some fantastic stories here (and, as you can expect from a collection curated by publication date, a few head-scratching oddball clunkers and mediocre efforts, some of which are so bad they are amusing just for the strange, failed gimmicks). When [...]


    4. I had ordered this book from and almost forgot about it. The release date had been pushed back much further than originally scheduled, and as a result, it was almost a year later when it finally showed up.As it turns out, it was mostly worth the wait. The classic Denny O'Neil/Neal Adams stories that introduced Batman foe Ra's al-Ghul and his daughter Talia are here, though they are a bit odd. The Batman reprints often alternate between Batman and Detective Comics stories, and O'Neil and Adams d [...]


    5. This volume collects Batman stories from the early 1970s. Many of these stories are written in a very realistic way.


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