5 edition of Batman in the fifties found in the catalog.
Originally published (1950-1959) in single magazine form as Batman 62, 81, 92, 105, 113, 121, 128, Detective comics 156, 168, 185, 216, 233, 244, 252, 267, and World"s Finest Comics 81.
|Other titles||Batman (New York, N.Y.). Selections., Detective comics. Selections., World"s finest comics. 81.|
|Statement||Batman created by Bob Kane.|
|LC Classifications||PN6728.B36 B4124 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||2003277971|
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This paperback contains Batman stories from the fifties and sixties that featured otherworldly, supernatural, or otherwise inexplicable elements. These stories were the inspiration for Grant Morrison's Batman R.I.P.. In the Batman R.I.P. storyline the Black Casebook itself plays a role. This paperback contains the following comic book stories: Batman#65 (A Partner For Batman! from June, Cover Artists: Alex Ross. Batman in the '50s Paperback – May 1 by Various (Author) out of 5 stars 10 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from out of 5 stars Batman's Fifties Funnies. Reviewed in Canada on J /5(10).
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The storiesa are simple enough for a oung reader to understand. The stories in this book introduce "Batwoman," "Ace the Bathound," and the magical imp from the Fifth Dimension "Bat-Mite."/5(16).
"Batman in the Sixties" could have been a page hardbound deluxe edition and it would have sold well but here as a smallish paperback book of pages. This decade starts with weird giant diamonds Batman in the fifties book the annoying Batmite a very sissy Batgirl and by The Batman has matured as a playboy once more after Robin moves out an is off to college/5(13).
This book "Batman in the Fifties" is great for young readers a well as adult comic book fans. The stories are complete and average about 7 to 9 pages long. The storiesa are simple enough for a oung reader to understand.
The stories in this book introduce "Batwoman," "Ace the Bathound," and the magical imp from the Fifth Dimension "Bat-Mite."/5. This may be my favorite collected Batman comics book (I have the fifties and sixties books too).
Any die-hard Bats fan should consider all. Pre-Miller (s) the stories, illustrations and overall intent is more aimed at action versus a too adult "take." Read more. Helpful/5(8). Batman in the Fifties book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Collecting sixteen tales originally written in the s, the 4/5. Batman in the Fifties Comic – January 1, by Varios (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Comics, January 1, Author: Varios.
Get this from a library. Batman in the fifties. [Bob Kane; Michael Uslan;] -- Collects sixteen Batman comics from the yearsin which Batman and Robin face new challenges inspired by the advances in technology around the world.
Batman in the fifties book At times aided by Batwoman, Bat-Mite. Bat-Mite wants to join Batman and Robin in their fight against crime, but Batman politely convinces Bat-Mite that that won't work.
Instead, Bat-Mite tries to make Batman and Robin's exploits a little more entertaining, a little more "fun." In the end, Batman finds a way to make Bat-Mite useful, which lets the imp know it's time to go home.
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For Batman and many others, gone were the street brawls, murder cases, gun crimes, and supernatural and horror elements of the Golden Age. The eras of The Batman are many. Even now, as I’m writing this or you are reading it somewhere in time, the character is ever changing: a new Batsymbol debuts in his self-titled book, new histories are being meticulously outlined by the next great writer of The r, since Batman is (arguably) the American comic book personified, the character’s eras are commonly shoehorned.
This trade paperback collects sixteen Batman tales from the 50's. These stories reflect the lighthearted and carefree era in which they took place.
With Robin, Batwoman, Bat-Mite, and Ace the Bat-Hound by his side, the world's greatest detective Batman faced off against a zany collection of foes that included giant fighting robots, kooky aliens and talking apes.
This trade paperback reprints Cover Artists: Sheldon Moldoff. Batman in the Fifties TPB ( DC) #ST. Tags: Batman. Published Apr by DC.
Available Stock; Add to want list; This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available. 1st printing. Written by Bill Finger, Edmond Hamilton, France Herron, David Vern. Some time before this collection, there was a collection published entitled Batman in the Fifties.
That book collected Batman stories from the s with emphasis on the weirdness and embarrassment of some of them. This book also collects stories from that era, some of the same stories even/5. Rivals from the s such as Captain America and Captain Marvel met with demise, leaving Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman the dominant super heroes.
The book is welcomed, because most of the s has not received a comprehensive reprint with Superman Archives stopping in the mid-to-late s and not picking up again until /5. Mar 4, - Collecting sixteen tales originally written in the s, these stories reflect the lighthearted and carefree era in which they took place.
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