Batman In The Fifties

Batman In The Fifties

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Batman In The Fifties
written by DON CAMERON BILL FINGER, EDMOND HAMILTON, FRANCE HERRON, DAVID VERN REED, DAVE WOOD, AND JOE SAMACHSON
art by SHELDON MOLDOFF, DICK SPRANG, BOB KANE, AND OTHERS
cover by MICHAEL CHO
ON SALE 9/7/21
$29.99 US | 336 PAGES | FC | DC
Trade paperback
ISBN: 978-1-77950-950-5
The 1950s was a decade of change for the Dark Knight Detective, one that introduced new friends—and foes! These tales include the debuts of Deadshot, future member of the Suicide Squad; the original Batwoman, Kathy Kane; Mr. Zero, who would go on to greater fame as the nefarious Mr. Freeze; the original Red Hood; and the pesky interdimensional pixie known as Bat-Mite. This was also an era of great inventiveness, with tales that revealed how Batman’s own father, Thomas Wayne, was once a Batman himself; how Batman became a Superman-like hero on the distant planet Zur-En-Arrh; the secrets of Batman’s utility belt; and the introduction of an all-new Batmobile.
Collects Batman #59, #62-63, #81, #92, #105, #113-114, #121-122, and #128; Detective Comics #156, #168, #185, #187, #215-216, #233, #235-236, #241, #244, #252, #267, and #269; and World’s Finest Comics #81 and #89.