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BATMAN
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The quintessential and flagship title for Batman began in 1940 which is still published today. 

It is one of the most significant and most impressive comic book series ever produced.

When you look at all of the comic books that have been made, this title has almost no equal.

Most of the best artists and writers in the comic book industry have worked on this title at some time in their careers with many more upcoming artisans clamoring for an opportunity to provide their mark on this book.

There are so many important characters and events that made its debut and flourished in this book that are immediately recognizable to not only comic book fans and collectors, but also non-collectors in general.

Bob Kane and Bill Finger created Batman and introduced him and Commissioner Gordon in the pages of Detective Comics in 1939. 

In Detective, Batman shared the spotlight so to speak with other characters as it was a multi-character book at the time.  His stories would appear in a relatively short format of around 8 to 10 pages with other characters having their stories filling up the remaining pages to round out the book.

Superman had gained his own title the same year as Batmanís debut and became the first superhero character to have a book completely devoted to one character. 

After a year of success in Detective, DC Comics knew they had a hit on their hands and decided to give Batman his own title where they could capitalize on him even further. 
Batman would now become the second superhero character to have his own title.

Batman #1 Batman #4 Batman #9

In the Spring of 1940 Batman #1 debuted and would feature his origin again for the second time - reprinted/retold. 

Robin his famous sidekick would make his second appearance ever in the issue which came out at the same time as Detective Comics #39. 

There would be one story in the issue where Batman appeared by himself without Robin that would mark his last solo appearance for a number of years to follow.

Two of Batmanís greatest and most well known villains made their debut as well in the first issue. 

The Joker and Catwoman made this issue even more monumental with their first appearances anywhere.

Never has their been so many milestones made in one issue in the history of comics.

Catwoman was initially called the Cat and in Batman #3 would appear for the first time in costume.  She became the first villainess in comics.

She and the Joker would continue to make some of their earliest appearances in this title.  It would not take long for the Penguin to venture over and make a couple of his very earliest appearances.

One of the most important and recognizable characters in the Batman mythos debuted in Batman #16 who was not a villain or a superhero. 

Alfred the butler made his world debut in this issue and would go on and become a fixture in Batmanís world for decades to come.  He is easily one of the top supporting characters in comic book history and has been featured not only in comics, but in movies and television repeatedly.

Batman #16 Batman #47 Batman #100

In issue #25 the first villain team-up in comic books was established with the Joker and Penguin forming an alliance against Batman.

Some of Batmanís trademarks would debut in the series.  The Batmobile made its breakthrough debut in issue #5 and would first appear on a comic book cover in issue #20.  The Batcave would have a feature story in issue #48 showing in depth details of Batmanís headquarters for the first time. 

Batmanís origin would get a more comprehensive account in issue #47 that had not been seen before.

The Mad Hatter and Vicki Vale, both significant to the Batman lore made their first appearances in issue #49.  Killer Moth another of Batmanís long-time villains debuted in issue #63. 

Some interesting characters during the 1950s would make their first appearances.  Bat-Hound first appeared in issue #92 and Batwoman first appeared in issue #105 and Fatman in issue #113 respectively. 

Mr. Freeze's first appearance came in issue #121 and would become a major villain and gain high visibility in other venues such as movies and TV.  That issue is one of the toughest to track down in any shape as most did not anticipate his future popularity.

As a lot of movies and TV shows during the 1950s and early 60s focused on science fiction, Batman too was caught up in the craze and often times Batman issues would have him and Robin taking on all sorts of weird characters and aliens from different planets and different time periods.

A lot of these issues get passed up by many collectors, but itís a major part in Batman history that allowed him to survive during those tough years for comic books. 

Many characters were dropped and decommissioned for a couple of decades as comic books were battling through lean times with comic books coming under heavy fire by various social and activists groups.  Those parties determined that comic books had a negative influence on all of the young children and young people in the country and sales were heavily hit by the pressure and news.

These issues during the 50s and early 60s are very hard to find and especially in top shape as collectors often did not save them for future generations or did not handle them all that well.  Not many characters would continue from the Golden Age through the Silver Age, but Batman was one of them that did.

The Penguin, the Riddler and Scarecrow would make their first Silver Age appearances in issues #155, #171 and #189. 

Having some of Batman's key villains appearing during this time period continued to provide relevance for the character and title.

 Batman #155 Batman #171 Batman #189

As the Batman craze began to grow due in part to the Batman TV show in the mid to late 60s, Batman the comic would transfer some of the camp humor from the show into the comics which made Batman look humorous at times. 

This too was a natural progression for the character in order to survive during evolving times in our country. 

The Batman comics simply adjusted to what the public wanted and expected although Marvel Comics certainly was changing things drastically for their ever increasing fan base.

As the 1970s rolled around, Batman was in for a major re-haul and revitalization.

One of the most significant Batman artist ever would team-up with a writer extraordinaire during this time. 

Artist Neal Adams and writer Denny OíNeil would help re-establish Batman.  They would bring back the dark, ominous creature of the night that striked terror in the hearts of many criminals as Batman was during his heyday in the Golden Age just as Kane and Finger had created and intended.

Batman issues in the #200s that appeared in the 1970s with Adams and OíNeil have had such an incredible impact on Batman comic books and comic book fandom in general.  They are some of the most highly collected and sough-after books as that of his Golden Age issues.

Some of the standout issues include Adamsí first Batman work on the title with the cover of issue #200.  It offered a nice collage of past Batman covers with Batman and Robin adorning the center.

Batman #200 Batman #232 Batman #234

Issue #219 became Adams and OíNeilís first issue together on the title.  It was a beginning of a collaboration that they could not have foreseen.

The cover of issue #227 is one of the most sought after issues and toughest to find in any grade.  It has a foreshadowing large image of Batman overlooking a mountain top hideout with a damsel in distress being chased below as a homage to the Golden Age cover of Detective Comics #31.  It is definitely one of Adams best covers.

Their most famous creation to date came in issue #232 with the first appearance of mega-villain Ras Al Ghul.  Ras Al Ghul has gone on to be one of Batmanís most celebrated and most significant villains of all-time. 

Heís had an incredible impact on Batman stories in comics, movies and TV and is one of the most sought-after collected villains.  His daughter Talia having made her debut over in Detective Comics has been a major character in the Batman world and continues from time to time to appear in all Batman titles. 

The issues featuring both father and daughter are truly some of the best Batman issues.

Two-Face would make his first modern age appearance since the 1940s with Adams supplying the cover and artwork in issue #234.

Adams would provide the cover art for many of the Batman issues in the #220s through the #250s with issue #237 displaying an incredible cover of the Reaper with interior featuring the first Rutland Vermont Halloween costume ball story in comics displaying some of Adams' stellar art.

Issues #242 through #244 expanded on Ras Al Ghulís debut and had Batman pitted against the eternal villain in a great three part story.  Here Adams was allowed to really flesh out Ras Al Ghul's persona bringing the character to eventual cult-like levels among collectors.

Issue #251 provided one of Adamsí most recognizable covers and art with the return of the Joker.  Collectors have eagerly tried to attain a copy of this issue for their collections and often times settle for an image of the cover on a trading card as an alternative.

Batman #251 Batman #255 Batman #368

Issue #255 continued to show Adams depth on Batman which also included a story on Bruce Wayneís father who fought crime and had his own Batman like costume previously.

The Adams and OíNeil issues set the tone for many Batman issues to come in the next several years and gave Batman his solo identity back for an extended period of time.

Artists followed this trend set by the two artisans and would slowly bring in some of Batmanís supporting cast back into the fold, but still allowing him his solo identity.

Robin would return in not only as Dick Grayson, but as newcomer Jason Todd who appeared in a couple of issues - #357, #366 before donning the costume officially in #368.  Batgirl would also find herself in the mix too.

Writer/artist Frank Miller would create a senses-shattering storyline in issues #404 to #407 with Year One.  Here Bruce Wayneís first year on the job as Batman is told in a way that had never been seen before.  It was a commercial and critical success.

The dawning of the 3 to 4 issue storylines started to appear more and more regularly in the title after the Year One story.  We would see the Ten Nights of the Beast story in issues #417 to #420 drawn by painter/artist Mike Zeck.

Then came the most talked about and most controversial and initially misunderstood story of all with Death in the Family storyline in issues #426 to #429 resulting in Robinís (Jason Todd) death. 

At first people thought that Dick Grayson had died and it sent almost all major news outlets into a frenzy.  Although it was finally clarified that it was Jason not Dick who was Robin at the time had died.  DC Comics had requested fans to vote in on whether to kill off Jason or not before issue #428 was released. 

Only a few years previously had we seen some major superheroes killed.  The Flash (Barry Allen) and Supergirl were written off in the Crisis series, but Robin was a major, major character that non-comic book fans recognized. 

Batman comics was never the same afterwards.

Artist/writer John Byrne would step in and pen three issues and contribute to the covers of issues #433 to #435 for the Many Deaths of Batman story which was followed up by the Year Three storyline in issues #436 to #439. 

Things started to get even more interesting by way of the introduction of the third Robin (Tim Drake) in issue #442 coming on the heels of the Lonely Place of Dying stories in issues #440 and #441.

Some of the most anticipated Batman stories came in issues in the #490s to the #500s as Batman would face off with one of his most difficult villains ever in Bane.

The Knightfall, Knightquest and KnightsEnd stories would be featured in these issues They were some of the most anticipated Batman stories.

During these issues it changed Batmanís life forever.  Defeated and battered a new Batman would take up the mantle in the form of Azrael for a period of time as Bruce Wayne rehabilitated from his encounters with Bane.

Collectors have continued to seek out these issues and are reluctant to part with them despite their low value.  These are definitely a good set of issues to build your Batman collections on.

Batman #400 Batman #442 Batman #608

The books beyond these issues into the early #600s would be somewhat an experimentation of sorts and are good issues nonetheless, but DC Comics felt something was missing for a bit and brought in artist/writer Jim Lee and writer Jeph Loeb to once again revitalize the character like Adams and OíNeil had done back in the 70s.

The two would create stories that re-connect some of Batmanís key villains like Catwoman, Killer Croc, Poison Ivy, Ras Al Ghul, Scarecrow, Riddler and even pitted Superman against Batman for an issue.

The stories still resonate even in todayís Batman comics in some way.

The Annual issues that began in 1961 with a great Curt Swan cover and consistently continued since Annual #8 in 1982 are a great set of books that a lot of collectors have really missed out on.  These are independent of the regular ongoing title and have some unique features that can only be found in these issues.

As mentioned earlier some of comicsí best talent have worked on this book including the aforementioned Bob Kane, Bill Finger, Neal Adams, John Byrne, Jim Lee and Jeph Loeb. 

Jerry Robinson and Dick Sprangís work can be found in the title in the Golden Age with some incredible eye-popping covers while artists like Gene Colan, Carmine Infantino, Dick Giordano, Jim Aparo, Alan Grant, Mike Zeck, Mike Mignola, Alex Ross, Mike Kaluta, Berni Wrightson and many, many more have all worked on this great book with Aparo and Colan leaving a lasting indelible mark.

Aparo in my opinion has drawn the definitive Batman as a sleek figure of the night.  I just love the way Aparo draws Batman's mask and cowl with thin pointy ears and trim head with a lean and tall physique.  It's not bulky and overdrawn and his lines are cleaner than almost all other Batman artists.  He's done a lot of Batman issues not only in this title, but in other titles like Brave and the Bold.

Batman continues to get the attention he truly deserves year in and year out and there are no shortage of issues in this series that any collector can get into.

One does not always have to go after the most expensive and toughest to find 1940s and 1950s issues.  The run that Neal Adams and Denny OíNeil is still relatively inexpensive and could be a nice Batman collection to build upon.

There are some wonderful 100 page issues in the #250s to early #260s that a lot of collectors have gone after.  Due to the construction are tough to find in good shape as the pages were glued to the spine on the inside cover which often are bubbled up and almost always found not to be smooth without deformities.

The issues in the #300s through the #500s are very, very affordable.  Some of those early #300s are getting tougher and tougher to find in any shape and often many sellersí asking price on these are a bit outrageous.

The Knightfall, Knightquest and KnightsEnd issues in the late #400s to early #500s as noted earlier are a great starting point for Batman comic collecting.

You really canít go wrong with collecting any of the Batman issues in this title. 

Pick specific issues that interest you.  Whether itís a specific character that appears, specific artist issues, specific storylines or specific key issues like first appearances, origins, death issues, anniversary issues that are number related for example #100, #200, #300 and so on or the 30th, 40th, 50th and 60th year anniversary issues are all great ways to collect this title and other titles.

Purchasing Batman Comics

When reviewing sources to acquire Batman issues, I like to check out local comic book shops and conventions.  I get to see the comics in person and can examine more issues at one time than I could online.

Eventually local sources go only so far since they rely on collectors and other sellers in the area to bring them in.  Sources on the internet tend to travel and pick up collections and will buy a lot of books online to add to their inventory.  They also have a lot of people from all over the world who will contact them since they are not tied to a local area to sell to them.  These sellers also tend to advertise on a more global scale than the local comic book shop since their marketplace is the entire world essentially.

mycomicshop is a great place to find Batman issues.  They're a national online seller and have been selling comic books through the mail since the 1960s.  They try to stock every issue of every title that has ever been published. 

You'll see a large amount of Batman covers of key books in the run as well as general issues in the title on this page that I think will interest any Batman collection which will take you directly to mycomicshop's inventory of that issue.

There you will see every condition of that issue they currently have in stock so you can choose the right condition of the book that you're looking for.

Don't be worried if you do not see an issue in stock when you click on any of the links.  Often times they will receive an issue into their inventory on a fairly regular basis as they purchase books and collections daily.  Just go ahead and bookmark the link after you've clicked on the issue here or check back here and click on the link to see if the issue has come into stock.  The links will stay permanently connected.

I've purchased books from mycomicshop before and will continue to use them.  Their grading is accurate and they are a reliable source.  They have great customer service in providing you books in a timely manner.

Amazon.com is another great choice.  There is a large amount of sellers who have their own eStores there and offer a variety of issues from this long-running title.  Amazon themselves stock various reprint books which are a great way to purchase some of these issues are a very affordable price.

I have provided direct links to some Batman trade paperbacks and hardcovers that are on sale at Amazon on this page which will have additional details, reviews and purchasing information.  Simply click on any of the image links and you'll be able to find more information on those publications.


Ebay is another option as thereís a lot of collectors/sellers/dealers always looking to move in and out of product and use Ebay as their avenue. 

You may find some good deals on Ebay, but be careful to check out the auctions and or Buy it Now listings carefully.  Some sellersí terms are not right for everyone and sometimes the items are not what you expect. 

If condition is important to you, then be sure to ask a lot of questions.  If you donít get the right kinds of answers youíre looking for, then move on and try another listing.

Always check out the sellerís profile to see how their past selling has been.  If theyíre new to selling and have only been buying, ask questions.

You always want to be comfortable with the person youíre potentially going to be buying from and you really need to know what it is youíre getting.

If you're looking for CGC Batmans, then ComicLink is your best choice.  They focus primarily on CGC books and you can find some of the top notch Batmans available on their site.  Expect to see from time to time CGC Batman #1s and others of that era as well as CGC Batmans from the Silver and Bronze age.

I hope this page has been informative to you regarding the world of Batman comic books.

Happy Collecting!!!

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BATMAN #198
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BATMAN #203
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BATMAN #213
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BATMAN #219
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BATMAN #232
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BATMAN #235
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BATMAN #238
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BATMAN #244
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BATMAN #251
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BATMAN #260
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BATMAN #286
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BATMAN #293
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BATMAN #296
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BATMAN #317
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BATMAN #332
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BATMAN #357
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BATMAN #359
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BATMAN #367
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BATMAN #400
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BATMAN #405
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BATMAN #407
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BATMAN #427
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BATMAN #429
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BATMAN #2
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BATMAN #4
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BATMAN #6
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BATMAN #8
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BATMAN #10
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BATMAN #12
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BATMAN #14
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BATMAN #16
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BATMAN #18
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BATMAN #20
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BATMAN #22
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BATMAN #24
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BATMAN #26
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BATMAN #28
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BATMAN #30
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BATMAN #84
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BATMAN #101
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BATMAN #110
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BATMAN #123
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BATMAN #129
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BATMAN #140
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BATMAN #145
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BATMAN #155
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BATMAN #163
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BATMAN #169
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BATMAN #176
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BATMAN #181
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BATMAN #186
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BATMAN #190
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BATMAN #197
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BATMAN #200
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BATMAN #208
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BATMAN #218
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BATMAN #222
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BATMAN #234
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BATMAN #237
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BATMAN #243
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BATMAN #245
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BATMAN #255
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BATMAN #261
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BATMAN #292
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BATMAN #294
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BATMAN #300
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Batman 321 - for sale - mycomicshop
BATMAN #321
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BATMAN #353
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BATMAN #358
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BATMAN #366
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BATMAN #368
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BATMAN #404
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BATMAN #406
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BATMAN #426
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BATMAN #428
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BATMAN #430
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