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Tales of the Batman: Gerry Conway Vol. 3 (Hardback) Gerry Conway - 9781401292737

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Illustrated by artists including Gene Colan, Don Newton, Klaus Janson and José Luis García-López and featuring guest appearances by Superman, Man-Bat, and the whole Bat-Family, these classic tales showcase one of the greatest talents ever to write for the Caped Crusader! Collects Batman #349-359 and Detective Comics #515-526.



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  • From the time his first story was published in 1969, Gerry Conway became one of the most prolific and highly regarded comics writers of the era. He wrote for nearly every character being published at the time, and his original creations--including Firestorm, Steel and Vixen--changed comics history forever. Conway's work had a profound effect on the legacy of Batman, with his creations Killer Croc and Jason Todd becoming mainstays in the legend of the Dark Knight.
  • These stories feature appearances by some of Batman's greatest foes, including the Joker, Catwoman, Solomon Grundy and one of the Dark Knight's earliest opponents, the Monk.
  • Collects Batman #349-359 and Detective Comics #515-526.

Illustrated by artists including Gene Colan, Don Newton, Klaus Janson and José Luis García-López and featuring guest appearances by Superman, Man-Bat, and the whole Bat-Family, these classic tales showcase one of the greatest talents ever to write for the Caped Crusader! Collects Batman #349-359 and Detective Comics #515-526.

Author(s):
Gerry Conway
Age Suitability:
N/A
Publisher & imprint:
DC Comics / DC Comics
Format:
Hardback
Publication date:
43711
Pages:
504
Dimensions (mm):
168x259
About the author:
Gerry Conway began his professional comic book career in 1969, when DC Comics published his first work in its anthology The House of Secrets. He went on to co-create the characters Firestorm, Nuclear Man, Vixen and Killer Croc for DC. Conway also worked for Marvel Comics, where he notably wrote "The Night Gwen Stacy Died" in The Amazing Spider-Man #121, as well as serving briefly as that company's editor-in-chief. His numerous writing credits include the first DC/Marvel crossover, Superman vs. Spider-Man.

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