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Review: Detective Comics #500

“To Kill a Legend,” a gem of a Batman story from Alan Brennert and Dick Giordano, anchors this above-average “anniversary” collection, which also features work from Len Wein, Mike W. Barr, Joe Kubert, Jim Aparo, Walter Simonson and many more.

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Review: Batman #300

In a future Gotham City, an older Batman and Robin team to battle a color-themed secret society of nostalgia thieves. An unsatisfying conclusion undermines an otherwise entertaining comic by David V. Reed, Walter Simonson and Dick Giordano.

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Review: Swamp Thing #7

Swamp Thing’s quest to find Matthew Cable brings him to Gotham City – and a showdown with the Batman! While not as epic as Alan Moore’s Copper Age Swamp Thing/Batman battle, this story from Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson is certainly a winner.

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Review: Detective Comics #467

After breaking up a criminal conspiracy on a Gotham subway, Batman recounts the caper for a mystery breakfast guest. The lead story by Bob Rozakis and John Calnan isn’t bad, but it’s not nearly as pretty as the backup feature drawn by the legendary Detective art team of Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin.

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