The iconic Batman villainÕs greatest stories from the past 60 years are collected here for the first time ever! Featuring work from legendary creators, including Peter J. Tomasi (BATMAN AND ROBIN), Doug Moench (SPECTRE), Gardner Fox (FLASH), Bill Finger (DETECTIVE COMICS), Kelley Jones (SWAMP THING), Gene Colan (NIGHT FORCE) and many more! Professor Jonathan Crane has always been obsessed with one thing: fear. Using his twisted experiments to discover peopleÕs darkest phobias, he has become one of the Dark KnightÕs deadliest foes. When the Scarecrow decides to commit a crime, the main motivation isnÕt money or revenge-itÕs to learn his victimÕs greatest fear and use it to further his own twisted agenda. In their showdowns, the Caped Crusader must contend not only with the Scarecrow, but his own hidden fears! Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #23.3, #73, #389, #486, #540; BATMAN #189, #296, #373, #523, #524; BATMAN ANNUAL #19; WORLDÕS FINEST #3 and JOKERÕS ASYLUM: SCARECROW #1
Question: What wicked genius leaves clues for The World's Greatest Detective to lead to his capture, only to arrogantly flaunt how he can cleverly elude it? Answer: The Riddler. The most madcap exploits of Gotham's resident puzzling prodigy are collected here in BATMAN ARKHAM: THE RIDDLER! As a criminal mastermind with a propensity for perplexity, Edward Nygma has historically been Batman's utmost intellectually astute adversary. With a wayward acumen for wreaking havoc, his wits are unmatched. Almost. BATMAN ARKHAM: THE RIDDLER collects some of the villain's greatest stories by some of the industry's greatest creators, including Scott Snyder (BATMAN), Gardner Fox (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA), Len Wein (SWAMP THING), Bill Finger (DETECTIVE COMICS), Jim Aparo (THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD), Paul Dini (GOTHAM CITY SIRENS) and many more!
For the first time, DC Comics collects Batman stories originally published between 1948 and 1966 that were adapted into specific episodes of the classic Batman TV series! Starring The Joker, The Penguin, The Riddler and Mr. Freeze (here called –Mr. Zero”), and featuring the debut of Batgirl, these stories have never been collected together before. Collected from BATMAN #53, 73, 121, 140, 169 and 171, and DETECTIVE COMICS #230, 346 and 359.
Fifty years ago, Batgirl made her Million Dollar Debut taking down the nefarious Killer Moth. And ever since, the butt-kicking hero has been a vital part of Batman’s team and a role model for girls everywhere, squaring off against mobsters, assassins, super-villains and more. Though many young women have worn the cowl—from unassuming librarian Barbara Gordon to deadly mute assassin Cassandra Cain to teen vigilante Stephanie Brown—all have made their distinct mark on the DC Universe. Now BATGIRL: A CELEBRATION OF 50 YEARS collects all the greatest triumphs and most tragic moments of the many Batgirls in one volume, offering a crash course in the character, from Babs’ first appearance by Gardner Fox and Carmine Infantino to her modern-day adventures by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, Babs Tarr, Gail Simone and more.
A comet strikes the sun, endangering Earth-2 with radiation. Meanwhile, Barry and Iris attend a costume party on Earth 1, and the proceeds are stolen by Captain Cold. Two crimes, two Flashes! Jay Garrick and Barry Allen once again join forces as the Flash of Two Worlds!
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