Aliens abduct the son of one of Superman’s boyhood friends – and the Legion won’t let Superman save the boy! A serviceable if unspectacular story by Paul Levitz and the art team of Dick Dillin and Dick Giordano.
Terrorists seize control of weapons of mass destruction? Thank Rao Batman and Supergirl are there to save the day. Cary Burkett delivers a tight done-in-one tale, nicely illustrated by the late, great Jim Aparo.
Batman declares war on the mysterious villain who has been stalking him – but all is not as it seems. Len Wein’s ending for this miniseries doesn’t quite work, but Jim Aparo’s art keeps the quality high.
As a mysterious villain continues to taunt the Batman, allies Robin and Alfred look to their pasts. This origins-recounting series by Len Wein loses a little steam with its second issue, but the art by Jim Aparo is quite masterful.
When someone steals his father’s original Bat-costume, Batman heads down memory lane in an effort to solve the case. This solid retelling of Batman’s origin by Len Wein is marvelously illustrated by two of the era’s greats: John Byrne and Jim Aparo.
Changeling teams with the new Brotherhood of Evil to save the Titans and get revenge on the Doom Patrol’s killers. This solid eulogy for a beloved superteam doesn’t quite stick the landing, from creators Marv Wolfman, George Pérez and Romeo Tanghal.
The Titans are reunited, battle a brainwashed Mento, then fall while trying to save Zandia from Madame Rouge. A jam-packed-but-never-rushed issue by the masterful team of Marv Wolfman and George Pérez.
While half the Titans search for the killers of the Doom Patrol, Changeling’s convalescence on Paradise Island goes awry. The creative team of Marv Wolfman, George Pérez and Romeo Tanghal launch into a three-issue arc featuring the legendary Doom Patrol.