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BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT: JAZZ #2   1995 |  VOLUME 1 |  DC, Gerard jones
BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT: JAZZ #2 1995 | VOLUME 1 | DC
Gerard jones
2.00 USD


Batman 80-Page Giant #1 (Aug 1998, DC), DC staff
Batman 80-Page Giant #1 (Aug 1998, DC)
DC staff
3.00 USD


BATMAN: GCPD #3   1996 |  VOLUME 1 |  DC, Dixon
BATMAN: GCPD #3 1996 | VOLUME 1 | DC
Dixon
3.00 USD


DETECTIVE COMICS #476   1937-CURRENT |  VOLUME 1 |  DC, Steve Englehart
DETECTIVE COMICS #476 1937-CURRENT | VOLUME 1 | DC
Steve Englehart
14.00 USD


BATMAN AND ROBIN ADVENTURES, THE #1 through #20   1995-1997 |  VOLUME 1 |  DC, Paul Dini
BATMAN AND ROBIN ADVENTURES, THE #1 through #20 1995-1997 | VOLUME 1 | DC
Paul Dini
90.00 USD


Batman Detective Comics #38 1st Robin Appearance (Millennium Edition) Comics – 2000  by Bob Kane (Author), Jerry Robinson (Illustrator), Bill Finger
Batman Detective Comics #38 1st Robin Appearance (Millennium Edition) Comics – 2000 by Bob Kane (Author), Jerry Robinson (Illustrator)
Bill Finger
10.00 USD


Millennium Edition: Detective Comics #327  One-Shot (2000) DC Comics, John Broome
Millennium Edition: Detective Comics #327 One-Shot (2000) DC Comics
John Broome
3.00 USD


Batman: The Killing Joke (6th printing), Alan Moore
Batman: The Killing Joke (6th printing)
Alan Moore
18.00 USD


 

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BATMAN #199   1968,Feb. |  VOLUME 1 |  DC
1 BATMAN #199 1968,Feb. | VOLUME 1 | DC
DC 1968 mild edge wear,a bit faded,inside clean O/W,staples are strong Bob Kane 
..a comic leads to the scene of the crime in this 1968 comic book. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
BATMAN #209   1969,FEB |  VOLUME 1 |  DC
2 BATMAN #209 1969,FEB | VOLUME 1 | DC
DC 1969 edge wear,saples tight inside clean,neat and bright,a bit O/W 
as thrilling of Batman ever. 
Price: 19.99 USD
 
 
BATMAN #535A   1996,Oct. |  VOLUME 1 |  DC
3 BATMAN #535A 1996,Oct. | VOLUME 1 | DC
DC oct.,1996 excellent 
Cool Kelly Jones art. 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
Batman air-freshener sealed
4 Batman air-freshener sealed
MOC 
if it canstop Bat`3ink 
Price: 1.00 USD
 
 
BATMAN GRENDEL HERO PREMIERE EDITION ASHCAN #2 GOLD FOIL VARIANT SEALED-ashcan  #04984
5 BATMAN GRENDEL HERO PREMIERE EDITION ASHCAN #2 GOLD FOIL VARIANT SEALED-ashcan #04984
NM 
BATMAN GRENDEL HERO PREMIERE EDITION ASHCAN #2 GOLD FOIL VARIANT SEALED-ashcan #04984 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
Batman vs Predator #1 of 3 Comics – 1991
6 Batman vs Predator #1 of 3 Comics – 1991
DC 1991 B001CPGO1Q EXCELLENT,save thin crease that runs parallel with spine 
Comic Publisher: DC Comics (1991) ASIN: B001CPGO1Q Product Dimensions: 10 x 6.4 x 0.2 inches Shipping Weight: 8 ounces This one Bats takes as tough as it gets. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE #1  9.0 NM excellent book    1988 | VOLUME 1 | DC
7 BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE #1 9.0 NM excellent book 1988 | VOLUME 1 | DC
Gotham City DC comics 1988 first excellent with sleeve and board 
Batman: The Killing Joke From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Batman: The Killing Joke Cover to Batman: The Killing Joke. Art by Brian Bolland. Publication information Publisher DC Comics Format One-shot Genre Superhero Publication date March 1988 Number of issues 1 Main character(s) Batman The Joker James Gordon Barbara Gordon Creative team Writer(s) Alan Moore Artist(s) Brian Bolland Letterer(s) Richard Starkings Colorist(s) John Higgins (original) Brian Bolland (Deluxe Edition) Creator(s) Alan Moore Brian Bolland John Higgins Editor(s) Dennis O'Neil Collected editions Batman: The Killing Joke ISBN 0-930289-45-5 DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore ISBN 1401209270 Batman: The Killing Joke - 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition ISBN 9781401216672 Batman: The Killing Joke is a one-shot superhero graphic novel written by English author Alan Moore and drawn by English illustrator Brian Bolland. It was first published in the United States by DC Comics in 1988 and has remained in print since. Set in the fictional U.S. city of Gotham, Batman: The Killing Joke provides an origin story for the Joker, an established comic book supervillain. It depicts him as a failed stand-up comedian who agrees to aid a gang of criminals and is thwarted by the superhero Batman before being disfigured; in doing so he is driven insane and attains his supervillain persona. Created by Moore as his own take on Joker's source and psychology,[1] the story became famous for its origin of the Joker as a tragic character; a family man and failed comedian who suffered "one bad day" that finally drove him insane. The story's effects on the mainstream Batman continuity also included the shooting and paralysis of Barbara Gordon (a.k.a. Batgirl), an event that laid the groundwork for her to develop the identity of Oracle. Many critics consider the graphic novel to be the definitive Joker story and one of the best Batman stories ever published. The comic won the Eisner Award for 'Best Graphic Album' in 1989 and appeared on The New York Times Best Seller List in May 2009. In 2006, The Killing Joke was reprinted as part of the trade paperback DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore. In 2008, DC Comics reprinted the story in a deluxe hardcover edition, which features new coloring by Bolland, with a more somber, realistic, and subdued palette than the original. Elements of The Killing Joke have inspired or been incorporated into other aspects of Batman media, such as films and video games. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
Burt ward 8
8 Burt ward 8"x10" B&W headshot
VG+ 
will the stygma of Robin ever come off> 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #6    1961,aug-sept. | VOLUME 1 | DC
9 JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #6 1961,aug-sept. | VOLUME 1 | DC
DC 1961,Aug.-september rough around the edges,cover has small split bottom spine, hanging on by top staple.Inside clean,legible and O/w 
1st Appearance of Amos Fortune Details Comic Age: Silver Publish Date: September 1961 Cover Price: $0.10 Story Arc: None Credits Cover Art: Murphy Anderson Mike Sekowsky Add Artist(s): Mike Sekowsky Add Inker(s): Bernard Sachs Add Writer(s): Gardner Fox Add Letterer(s): Add Colorist(s): Add Editor(s): Julius Schwartz Add 
Price: 99.00 USD
 
 
Justice League: Batman SDCC Exclusive Mini Brass Paperweight
10 Justice League: Batman SDCC Exclusive Mini Brass Paperweight
Monogram masterworks 2002 077764444203 sealed 
Before you buy let's talk about shipping-please,to me ron,let's talk,Yeah Talk. The Batman paperweight is resin with a brass-color finish. Although he has no superpowers, Batman is the world s greatest detective and has one of the sharpest analytical minds on Earth. He is often the key to Justice League s victories, despite the fact that he is uncomfortable in the spotlight and only joins a team operation when absolutely necessary. Features Batman s personal icon on the base, hand detailed figural and dynamic pose. Features : Color : Size : Product dimensions : Product weight : 1.4 pounds 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
Robin for wounded heroes organization.
11 Robin for wounded heroes organization.
robin is missing 1 shoe,1 half an arm and hand,but mostly his dignity. 
Hello,my name is Robin and I'm here to tell you about wounded heroes .org Every year thousands of Super-Heroes are injured from battling super-villians.Because we are very silly people it is hard to get insurance .For example just minutes before this broadcast I had my arm torn off by frankenstien...so give now this job is dangerous. Frankenstein not included. 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
SUPER DC GIANT #16   VOLUME 1 |  DC
12 SUPER DC GIANT #16 VOLUME 1 | DC
DC 1970 VG+/fine minus,lite edge wear,thin cover creasing,mild wear along the bottom,,staples,binding fine,inside,mildly o/w Great fun reader 
Lotsa comic,Origin of metamorpho,Batman and flsh together. 
Price: 5.00 USD
 
 
The Dark Knight (Hardcover)  by Frank Miller (Author)  #2750 of 1000  signed by Frank Miller
13 The Dark Knight (Hardcover) by Frank Miller (Author) #2750 of 1000 signed by Frank Miller
excellent excellent 
Signed by Frank Miller - 1st printing. Story and art by Frank Miller. The book that changed the industry. All four issues of the story collected into this hardcover book originally released in 1986. Special edition of The Dark Knight Returns limited to 4000 signed and numbered copies. This edition includes afterword and sketches by Miller not in the trade edition. Hardcover, full color. NOTE: Limited to 4,000 copies. Cover price $40.00. 
Price: 450.00 USD
 
 
The New Adventures Batman The Creeper Action Figure  by Batman
14 The New Adventures Batman The Creeper Action Figure by Batman
Kenner/Hasbro 1998 slight bend to card,has sticker 
product Details Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (call me about shipping rates) ASIN: B000CDY6FA Item model number: 64253 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #120    1961 | VOLUME 1 | DC
15 WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #120 1961 | VOLUME 1 | DC
DC Sept.,1961 edge wear some reader well,binding,staoles,al strong,cover mild fading,inside O/W,back cover missing bottom left hand corner 
unusual story but OK 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
BATMAN #455 through #457   1940-2011 |  VOLUME 1 |  DC, Alan Grant
16 Alan Grant BATMAN #455 through #457 1940-2011 | VOLUME 1 | DC
DC 1990 excellent Kevin Breyfogle 
Great art and story telling.457 introduces the new Robin 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #35A   1995,feb. |  VOLUME 1 |  DC, Alan Grant
17 Alan Grant BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #35A 1995,feb. | VOLUME 1 | DC
DC 1995 35E solid book some niks to binding 
part 2 of 4 of the "Troika" series 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
Batman: The Killing Joke (6th printing), Alan Moore
18 Alan Moore Batman: The Killing Joke (6th printing)
DC 1988 excelleent Brian Boland 
By Matt Spencer Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Batman: The Killing Joke, Deluxe Edition (Hardcover) What does one say about Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s THE KILLING JOKE that hasn’t been said? Recently it’s come back under the comic-book-reading-public’s scrutiny due to a certain recent internet crap-storm over a certain controversial comic-book cover relating to one of it’s key plot points. I’ll get that out of the way by saying that the huffy indignation over the book’s extreme content is misplaced, as are shoe-horned dialogues over all-too-real social issues, and its relation to/”depiction of” real-life horrors. As to what happens to Barbara...I can see those associations, for sure, though that particular grimmest, ugliest interpretation is largely read-into-matters, with little if anything in the presented images and text to support the argument that that’s what happened. If you keep up with this sort of thing, you know what I mean. The grim proceedings remain disturbing, though nowhere near as graphic or over-the-line as you might have been led to believe. Taken on its own terms as a work of storytelling, the problem with THE KILLING JOKE now isn’t (mostly) in the work itself, but how in the years since, more importance and gravity have been thrown on its slender back than it was ever meant to hold. Someone reading it for the first time now, following its reputation, could easily be left going, “Huh?”As a brief 80‘s superhero/supervillain/psychological-horror comic, it holds up well, a graphic-novella, maybe the length of two individual issues. The story is simple but effective: The Joker makes it crueler and more personal than ever for Batman, Batgirl, and Gordon, in the name of proving the point of his deranged, nihilistic world view, intercut with flashbacks of the Joker’s tragic origins (Christopher Nolan clearly yanked a lot of ideas straight from this, fleshed them out and refined them for his and Heath Ledger’s take on the Joker in the film THE DARK KNIGHT). The artwork is holds up best of all -- stunning and haunting in places -- as harrowing and macabre. At the time, the presentation and the grim, extreme themes dealt with were groundbreaking for a mainstream comic, introducing a lot of ideas and approaches no one had seen before, revitalizing a getting-tired era. Compared to what’s become common-place since, not to mention meatier, similarly acclaimed, groundbreaking works of the same day, it’s just not as fresh or shocking as it used to be. In some places, it now feels, if anything, a tad quaint. How the writing does/doesn’t hold up: virtually everything to do with exploring the Joker’s character-arc/outlook on life, and how his maniacal plan unfolds before the reader, remains pretty brilliant. Some of his wicked monologues belong in the audition-books of aspiring actors trying out for villain roles. Its the heroes’ side of things where it now feels thin, underdeveloped, and ultimately unconvincing. The un-fleshed-out briefness of the work is part of the problem, though really, this is a story where the bad guy is the true protagonist, who the author is clearly most fascinated by/invested in, and his heart’s just nor really in it with the good guys. I don’t for a minute buy Gordon’s demand of “We have to show him that our way works!” or Batman’s final attempts to reason with the Joker. Even complaints of Barbara/Batgirl being reduced to a “woman-in-refrigerator" victim-plot-device (the one caveat I’ll grant the recent detractors) might have been fixed were her traumatic experience and its aftermath given just a bit more breathing room. One senses Moore was hampered on this end both by length-restriction and DC editorial policies of the day regarding the handling of their most lucrative characters, so they come off a bit like morose self-parody...More would go on to explore some of these ideas with more freedom in WATCHMEN. So yeah, THE KILLING JOKE, still worth a read for Batman/Joker fans, to be sure, though whether you’re picking it up for the first time or nostalgically revisiting it, I recommend subduing your expectations. by ron:Cool Joker imagery someone else says:Brian Bollands best work Top of Alan Moores best chart Though colouring is distracting. 6th printing 
Price: 18.00 USD
 
 
Batman, Bill Finger
19 Bill Finger Batman
Signet 1966 D2939 Very good with aging and spotting to inside cover, rubbing to front cover, aging to paper but tight copy. 191 pp. 
Softcover Publisher: Signet / NAL, 1966 Used - Very Good. Signet D2939, stated first printing with .50 cover price. A compendium of best scripts in B&W, 1940-1966. Very good with aging and spotting to inside cover, rubbing to front cover, aging to paper but tight copy. 191 pp. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
Batman #148    Batman » Batman #148 - The Joker's Greatest Triumph released by DC Comics on June 1, 1962., Bill Finger
20 Bill Finger Batman #148 Batman » Batman #148 - The Joker's Greatest Triumph released by DC Comics on June 1, 1962.
DC 1962 8.5,a few minor niks along spine edge,minor edge wear,bright bold cover solid book,inside clean and tight and slightly O/W DC staff 
The Alien Force Twins (Batman, Robin) Aliens are invading! Can Batman and Robin find their weakness? Your Pass to New Worlds! (public service message written by Jack Schiff) Lefty Looie (gag strip by Henry Boltinoff) The Boy Who Was Robin (Batman, Robin, Alfred) What happens when Bruce's younger cousin gets one of Robin's costumes to commit crimes? Casey the Cop (gag strip by Henry Boltinoff) The Joker's Greatest Triumph (Batman and Robin vs The Joker, with Commissioner Gordon) "At last I've unmasked Batman and have discovered his secret identity!" "Great Scott! Now the Joker knows that Batman is Bruce Wayne!" Creators Bill Finger writer Charles Paris inker George Kashdan editor Henry Boltinoff inker, letterer, penciler, writer Ira Schnapp cover, letterer Jack Schiff editor, writer Jim Mooney inker, penciler Milt Snapinn letterer Murray Boltinoff editor Sheldon Moldoff cover, inker, penciler Stan Starkman letterer Characters Alfred Pennyworth Batman Casey the Cop Dick Grayson James Gordon Joker Teams Locations Gotham City Concepts Objects Batplane 
Price: 175.00 USD
 
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