Batman: Strange Apparitions by Steve Englehart and Len WeinRequirements
: CBR reader, 3-14 MbOverview
: Contrary to popular belief, Batman books did not suck prior to Frank Miller's Year One. In fact, Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers' run on Detective Comics in the late '70s is one of the best in Batman history. Strange Apparitions gives Bruce Wayne a love interest and puts all of the GCPD on The Batman's trail. Both Batman and Commissioner Gordon must deal with evil Mayor Thorne while also fighting the sinister Hugo Strange.
The crowning moment of this collection comes after Strange has discovered that Bruce Wayne is Batman. The mad doctor then attempts to sell this information to the highest bidder. However, in a surprising turn, the Joker actually attempts to protect the Batman's identity from all other would-be suitors. He doesn't want anyone to know who Batman is, because that would mean the end of his arch-foe. And, as Joker notes, "What fun would there be in humbling mere policemen?" This is the Joker at his mad best and that means it's also Batman at his finest. Sample pageReviewMore comics from these writersDownload Instructions
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