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DC Special Series #21

DC Special Series #21

A certain bright star in the sky helps several DC universe characters successfully navigate Christmas Eve adventures. This collection of short tales is pretty solid throughout, with a young Frank Miller’s first-ever outing on Batman being the best present in the pile. [More]

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The Batman Family #20

The Batman Family #20

In the lead story, Batman and Ragman team to stop a criminal organization that preys on the poor. Writer David V. Reed delivers a nice, tight tale, but Michael Golden’s artwork steals the show. [More]

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Detective Comics #467

Detective Comics #467

After breaking up a criminal conspiracy on a Gotham subway, Batman recounts the caper for a mystery breakfast guest. The lead story by Bob Rozakis and John Calnan isn’t bad, but it’s not nearly as pretty as the backup feature drawn by the legendary Detective art team of Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin [More]

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Teen Titans #44

Teen Titans #44

After an extended hiatus, the Teen Titans come back together thanks to a trap by Doctor Light. Following a nearly four-year break from publication, the Titans’ regular series resumes with this sub-par outing from the creative team of Paul Levitz, Bob Rozakis, Pablo Marcos and Bob Smith. [More]

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The Best of DC #22

The Best of DC #22

The finger prints of Charles Dickens are all over this DC reprint digest, as the Victorian author’s classic tale serves as inspiration for more than one story. (Except for Jack Kirby’s Bronze Age Sandman adventure, of course, a story widely distributed for the first time in this issue.) [More]

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Detective Comics #457

Detective Comics #457

On the anniversary of his parents’ murder, Batman visits Crime Alley — and the kind woman who comforted the orphaned Bruce Wayne. A strong if simple story from legendary Batwriter Denny O’Neil, with gorgeous art from Dick Giordano. [More]

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Action Comics #521

Action Comics #521

The DC Implosion couldn’t keep a good superheroine down. Gerry Conway’s Vixen finally earns her DCU debut, teaming here with Superman in a story drawn by Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte. [More]

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