Batman The Dynamic Duo Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive Editions)



Since Their First Adventure Together, Batman And Robin Have Become Pop Culture Icons Collected In This Spectacular Volume Are The Stories That Celebrate That Classic Partnership Between The World S Greatest Detective And The Boy Wonder Presenting Their Greatest Adventures As They Originally Appeared In The 1960s, This Book Includes An Unforgettable Battle With The Joker, The First Appearance Of The Elongated Man, And The First Time Batman Ever Appeared With The Yellow Oval Around The Bat Symbol On His Chest.Batman The Dynamic Duo Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive Editions)

Jefferson Cooper, Bart Sommers, Paul Dean, Ray Gardner,

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Batman The Dynamic Duo Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive Editions)
  • Gardner F. Fox
  • English
  • 13 January 2017
  • 9781563899324

10 thoughts on “Batman The Dynamic Duo Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive Editions)

  1. says:

    These stories are 50 years old, and I may not be the right age to enjoy them For the most part they were a bit boring, some were so cheesy they were entertaining however And with every story being a different one off,I have to give it to Kane a...

  2. says:

    It is always fun to take a break from the very complex and often dark plots of modern comics and revisit the stories that started it all This is a great collection of early Detective Comics featuring Batman and the Boy Wonder The stories are fun, but what makes them really interesting is comparing and contrasting them to modern comics From a writing stand point, it s remarkable to see how the storytelling style has changed But, from a broader perspective, these comics are an inter...

  3. says:

    Although the Silver Age had been in full swing by the year these stories first appeared, 1964 debuted the New Look Batman under the aegis of Silver Age progenitor Julius Schwartz Although there were some cosmetic changes, like the yellow oval around the bat symbol on Batman s chest, the killing off of Alfred, elevator from Wayne Manor to the Batcave, a new sportier Batmobile, the stories themselves were moved away from the sci fi and Superman inspired stories of former editor Jack Schiff More emphasis was placed on Batman s detective skills, and super villains returned after an absence of a few years.Most importantly, Schwartz brought on board artist Carmine Infantino, who had helped Schwartz revitalize the Flash for the new age Infantino s clean, realistic lines were a stark contrast with the Bob Kane studio s cartoony approach Although due to contractual obligations with Kane, Infantino did only every other issue of Batman, he did the covers for both Batman and Detective Comics, and their dynamism helped boost sales of two titles there were almost canceled.These stories are still single issue ...

  4. says:

    May through November 1964 Stories are lightweight and silly I suppose in keeping with the times, but not very interesting from 50 years later I will say that Policewoman Pat Powell holds her own pretty darn well, and in heels.

  5. says:

    ouf que c est clairement dans ces b.d la que robin et batman ont eue leurs r putations de mangeux de pop circle

  6. says:

    My favorite of the Batman DC Archives series These books reprint The New Look Batman from the 1960 s, which was a radical change from the Batman of the 40 s and 50 s Classic stories and art.

  7. says:

    Fun, campy, old Batman and Robin at their best.

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