"Originally published in single magazine form in Batman 10-11, Detective Comics 62-65, and World's Finest Comics 5 and 6"--T.p. verso.
Details The Batman Chronicles, Vol. 6
Reviews The Batman Chronicles, Vol. 6
- You can see in this collection that this phase of the story is hitting midstride. The stories are a bit formulaic and the somewhat hokey, comic banter between Batman and Robin while fighting is an odd centerpiece. Still these stories were being produced on a short timetable and that accounts for some of the more rote aspects. And yet, there is strength in the art, the narrative has continuity and the Joker develops as a truly terrifying and fresh...
- This book collect early Batman stories from 1942 in World's Finest #5 and #6, Batman 10 and 11, and Batman #62-65.The story's are pretty but slightly below standard for Batman golden age stories but still above average for Golden Age stories in general.Some highlights:The Princess of Plunder (Batman #10): Catwoman's only appearance in the book and she pulls off some very clever heists the dynamic duo has to foil.Sheriff of Ghost Town (Batman #10)...
- For fans of Batma, its a good collection of his adventures with Robin. The ones with the Joker were the best but I personally liked the one with Mr. Baffle. Beware of the really bad puns though!
- The art still sucks, the stories are really repetitious, even the ones featuring the famous villains. Anyone wondering why the 60's TV series was so retarded need to look no further then here.