Batman

Batman

The Black Casebook

Graphic Novel - 2009
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In these stories from the 1950s and 1960s, The Caped Crusader becomes the super-powered hero of the distant Planet X and an unintelligent creature who threatens Gotham City. He also meets the Club of Heroes, the Batmen of All Nations and the interdimensional imp known as Bat-Mite, as well as witnessing the seeming death of Robin.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2009
ISBN: 9781401222642
Branch Call Number: YA BAT
Characteristics: 144 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: Black casebook

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JCLJoshN Nov 09, 2013

This is a companion piece for Morrison's "Batman R.I.P." You don't need to read this collection to understand Morrison's graphic novel, but it does put more of it into some kind of context. A weird, colorful context. The stories here, from the 1950s and '60s, are not what most people now associate with Batman. While not well-written for the most part (the plotting and dialogue is often laugh-out-loud funny), they're far-out and highly imaginative, entertaining in a strange, wacky sort of way. Not everyone is a fan of this kind of superhero story, especially involving the Dark Knight, but I really enjoy this kind of diversion. Just don't take it too seriously!

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