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Old 07-05-2012, 01:31 PM   #3
TruerToTheCore
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Default Re: Alan Grant/Norm Breyfogle Detective Comics era

Certainly one of the best ever, especially since they mostly told stand alone stories and don't gave a **** about continuity. You could just pick up and read. On the downside it was also, together with Starlin's run, the one when the mainstream bat books became more and more violent and also "relevant" (Batman questioning America) which worked at the time but overall things like that started to make me dislike 90s comics.


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I love it when Batman is portrayed as an naive and innocent idiot.

The post-crisis Batman didn't really have a consistent characterization at the beginning, but I think Mike W. Barr gave the best.

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