Batman enlists Deadman in an investigation of a criminal enterprise – but will a ghostly romance get in the way? A surprisingly strong Deadman story from Bob Haney with typically amazing art from Bat-legend Jim Aparo.
When Bruce Wayne gets pulled into a revolutionary conflict in Gotham’s Spanish section, Diana Prince goes undercover to help. This one offers typical Bob Haney fun with exceptional art from Bat-legend Jim Aparo.
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 teams with a down-on-his-luck Plastic Man to crack a tobacco-smuggling ring and return a Christmas display to Gotham. This holiday outing from Bob Haney, Joe Staton and Jim Aparo is a mixed bag, but ultimately quite enjoyable.
The Young Aquarians team with Batman and the Teen Titans to defend a neighborhood from the establishment and the mob. A dated – make that VERY dated – story from Bob Haney, with great art from Bat-art-legends Jim Aparo and Neal Adams.
Batman teams with Dove to rescue Hawk, who is in trouble following the death of a drug dealer’s son. A fitting farewell to Hawk and Dove (who would later be brought back, of course), from the team of Alan Brennert and Jim Aparo.
When the Society to Outlaw Parent Power takes Gotham hostage with an A-bomb, Batman calls the Teen Titans for help. Writer Bob Haney goes for relevant but ends up with zany, while receiving some solid art support from Nick Cardy.
When Bruce Wayne becomes the target of a murderous race-car driver, Batman takes the wheel – with an assist from Diana Prince. This Mike Sekowsky story hasn’t aged well, but it’s still fun as a product of its time.