Batman: The Silver Age Newspaper Comics Volume 2 (1968-1969): 1968-1969 by Whitney EllsworthBatman: The Silver Age Newspaper Comics Volume 2 (1968-1969): 1968-1969 by Whitney Ellsworth

Batman: The Silver Age Newspaper Comics Volume 2 (1968-1969): 1968-1969

byWhitney EllsworthIllustratorJoe Giella, Al Plastino

Hardcover | February 3, 2015

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In this second volume, produced in partnership with DC Entertainment, Batman’s rare 1960s newspaper adventures continue. Will Batman and Robin survive the double dealings of Madame Zodiac, not to mention the redoubtable Blue Max? If so, can the Caped Crusader then survive being trapped on an island with an atomic time bomb beneath him? Can his friend Superman save him when the Man of Steel might not be able to save himself? Can Aquaman come to rescue them both? The answers to these questsions — and many more — are in this breathtaking Bat-Volume, reprinting all daily and Sunday strips from January 1, 1968 through May 31, 1969!
Frederick "Whitney" Ellsworth (November 27th, 1908 - September 8th, 1980) was a writer and editor for National Periodical Publications and DC Comics. He is recognized for his extensive contributions to the Silver Age era of super-hero comic strips as well as the creation of the character Congo Bill. Whitney also served in the capacity ...
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Title:Batman: The Silver Age Newspaper Comics Volume 2 (1968-1969): 1968-1969Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.88 × 11.5 × 1.12 inPublished:February 3, 2015Publisher:IDW PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1631401211

ISBN - 13:9781631401213

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"The art by Joe Giella and Al Plastino is as classic as you can get. If you’re curious about Batman’s exploits in the 1960s, these strips offer a good balance between the camp TV show and the monthly comic books." –BigGlasgowComic.com