|Statement||Introd. by E. Nelson Bridwell.|
|Contributions||Bridwell, E. Nelson., Kane, Bob.|
|LC Classifications||PN6728.B36 B39 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||73168329|
There are full-story examples (not just snippets) of the comic books that represent the various eras of Batman: the original, minimalist s version, the plot-driven, dialog heavy stories from the 40s, the Sci-Fi invasion of the 50s, the older, more "realistic" 60s, and the a little bit of the Gothic, Batman-alone, post tv-show early 70s/5(6). A collection of the Batman comic books from the 30's through the 70's, highlighting important events in the career of the Dark Knight and the Boy Wonder! Very exciting, and much easier than tracking down a bunch of comic books!/5. Some books are worth their weight in gold, even as they fall apart. This treasured copy of “Batman: From The ‘30s to ‘70s” was given to me by my parents sometime around or so, and while it shows the wear and tear of 40+ years of avid re-reading, I’ll never part with it. The book . Batman With Robin the Boy Wonder From the 30's through the 70's Kane, Bob & E. Nelson Bridwell & Carmine Infantino & Bill Finger & Dennis O'Neal Published by Bonanza Books ().
Batman From The 30s To The 70s Item Preview remove-circle Book About Classic Comics Of Batman Published In Addeddate Title and Author/Editor: Batman from the 30s to the 70s (Introduction by E. Nelson Bridwell), Superman: Lost Love (December ), and others.: Genre: Action Adventure: Binding: Hardcover, Original wrappers: Number of Books. This stretches from Superman's debut in through the late-sixties turning point where Clark switches from print to TV (he'd stay in TV until John Byrne rebooted the character in the s), with a heavy /5. They were the SUPERMAN and BATMAN col-lections, From The '30s To The '70s (though they had the apostrophes in the wrong place). I bought the Superman edition right away, but I didn't buy the Batman one until , when it was re-issued along with its companion volume in the wake of the Superman movie starring CHRISTOPHER REEVE.
No Dustjacket - 1st printing. Introduction by E. Nelson Bridwell. Collecting stories from Detective Comics and Batman, and featuring the first appearance of Batman, the first appearance of Robin, the origin of the Batman. Batman from the 30s to the 70s. New York: Bonanza Books, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Batman, (Fictitious character); Batman, (Fictitious character) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book. Buy Batman. From the 30s to the 70s 1st by Bob Kane, Bridwell (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for: Beware, you are proposing to add brand new pages to the wiki along with your edits. Make sure this is what you intended.