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Essential Seven WTF? Comic Book Covers-The Detective Comics Edition

Recently, I celebrated my new job by heading back to the comic book store for the first time in three years. My poison has always been Detective Comics. Sure, I’ve dabbled in Captain America, flirted with The Avengers, and convinced myself that Action Comics could be interesting, but I’ve always been faithful to Batman’s original title. So, I’m back on the wagon. Or is that “off the wagon,” since I’m referring to succumbing to a vice? I can’t remember, and in any case, this is a moot point, as nerds typically don’t use this analogy to describe comic book and action figure addictions. If we did, we certainly wouldn’t use “wagon” when we could go with “starship” or “landspeeder.” At the very least it would be a small scooter that transforms into a robot. Anyway, I’ve always loved Detective for its long history, consistent writing, and cool covers. However, in the last 71 years, a few covers have made us step back and say “WTF?” Here are seven of them.
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Batman & Robin Christmas Shopping


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The Good Parts: Batman and Robin

Batman and Robin Poster

So for a few weeks now, I have been searching for something good about Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin. Every film has something that you can say “That was cool!” However, I was over my head with this film. It was almost impossible to find something good about this train wreck. After reviewing the film I finally was able to come up with a few.  Here is my result of re-watching Batman and Robin, trying to find the Good Parts:

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