BATMAN BY NEAL ADAMS BOOK TWO
In this volume, artist Neal Adams is paired for the first time with acclaimed writer Dennis O’Neil as their definitive take on Batman begins! These tales include the Dark Knight’s...
BATGIRL: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 1
Throughout the 1970s, Barbara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl, was one of DC’s most popular heroes. Now, the adventures of Gotham City’s greatest heroine are collected in an oversize omnibus...
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: THE FLASH VOL. 4
• The Flash faces Heatwave, Gorilla Grodd and Captain Cold, and meets Green Lantern, Superman and the Golden Age Flash!
BATMAN IN THE SEVENTIES
In the seventies, Batman began his transformation from the campy Caped Crusader of the sixties television show into the grim Dark Knight of the nineties' motion pictures. This action-packed book includes the greatest adventures of that era which helped to reshape this legendary icon. Featuring Batgirl, Robin, the Joker, Man-Bat, the Huntress, and Ra's al Ghul, BATMAN IN THE SEVENTIES is an outstanding opportunity to look back and enjoy the tales of the past that are now the foundation for the future.
BATMAN BY NEAL ADAMS BOOK ONE
Neal Adams’ epic tales of the Dark Knight are presented in a newly recut collection of stories from WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #175-176 and THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #79-85. These stories...
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: BATMAN VOL. 6
In this new collection of tales from BATMAN #229-244 and DETECTIVE COMICS #408-426, Batman returns to his roots as the Dark Knight Detective, operating on his own in the shadows of...
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: BATMAN VOL. 5
Reprinting tales from DETECTIVE COMICS #391-407 and BATMAN #216-228, this value-priced collection includes the introduction of Man-Bat and Batman's battle with The League of Assassins.
BATMAN IN THE SIXTIES
Mirroring the era in which they were written and took place, the stories collected in this trade paperback alternate from outrageously offbeat to completely realistic. The Dynamic Duo is joined by Batgirl and Bat-Mite as they go up against some of Batman's most classic foes, including the Joker, Clayface, Poison Ivy and Blockbuster. Including a gatefold map of the 60s version of the Batcave, this book also features an introduction by the man who played Batman on TV during this same time period, Adam West!