Bob Haney comic
Only a short while after the first superheroes entered the scene, they were followed by a host of scrappy teenage sidekicks. Batman had Robin. The Flash had Kid Flash. Green Arrow had Speedy. Aquaman had Aqualad.By 1964 there were enough of these young heroes-in-training to form their own team—the Teen Titans! This youthful Junior Justice League came together to aid other youngsters and stomp out evil wherever they found it—all with the style and slang of the swinging ’60s. Dig it?TEEN TITANS: THE SILVER AGE OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 collects stories from THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #54 and #60, SHOWCASE #59 and TEEN TITANS #1-11, from such talented writers and artists as Nick Cardy and Bob Haney.
CAPES AND GLOVES AND ROCK ’N’ ROLLHave you ever considered what it would be like if Superman and Batman each had a son?Would they be super-powered successors—or dynamic disappointments?Wonder no more, because the Super Sons are here!A hoax? A dream? An imaginary tale? No!Now, revealed in all of its action and drama, the classic chronicle of the two greatest heroes the world has never known:SUPERMAN JR. AND BATMAN JR.—THE SUPER SONS!Finally recollected after so years out of print!This classic graphic novel by writer Bob Haney (THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD) and artist Dick Dillin (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA) collects WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #215, #216, #221, #222, #224, #228, #230, #231, #233, #238, #242, #263 and ELSEWORLDS 80-PAGE GIANT #1!
The late '60s marked the height of Batmania, when fans of the Batman television series and the comic books couldn't get enough of the Caped Crusader. His appearances on covers meant higher sales, so it was decreed Batman would take up permanent residence in THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD. His courage was never questioned, and he fearlessly teamed up with the most daring partners from across the DC Universe at a time when such crossovers were rare.These groundbreaking stories featured some of Batman's greatest team-ups with such legendary characters as Wonder Woman, the Flash, Deadman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, the Teen Titans and others, all by some of the foremost comics talent of the Bronze Age—Neal Adams, Jim Aparo, Bob Haney, Dick Giordano and Dennis O'Neil, to name a few.BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 1 collects the first stories of Batman's epic run on the series—THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #74-91—and includes a foreword by comics editor Robert Greenberger.
The fight of the century is on! In one corner, Justice Society of America member Wildcat, the greatest bare-knuckle scrapper on the planet. In the other corner, the Dark Knight himself, Batman! Who will win when two of the greatest fighters go toe to toe? It'll take more than muscle if these two heroes want to try and shut down a secret superhuman fighting ring that's killing their combatants...and that’s if they don’t kill each other first!Written by critically acclaimed author Chuck Dixon, this graphic novel pits Wildcat against two Gotham City greats--Batman and Catwoman! Collects the full BATMAN/WILDCAT and CATWOMAN/WILDCAT miniseries as well as five additional classic Wildcat team-ups from THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD.
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This title formerly called Star-Spangled War Stories; see Our Army at War #168 for 1st app. Cover by Joe Kubert. Legends Never Die!, script by Bob Haney, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Gerry Talaoc; The Unknown Soldier helps hold a vital position during the Battle of the Bulge; Flashback to his childhood, and the explosion that made him the Unknown Soldier. And Then There Was One, script by Steve Skeates, art by Ric Estrada; Details on how Lt. Larry Rock recieved the head-wound that causes him spells of momentary madness; Larry Rock is the brother of Sgt. Rock, who's stories take place in the Pacific.
Teen Titans Robin, Wonder Girl, Aqualad and Kid Flash face off against their first opponent in the premiere issue of their very own series: the Beast-God Xochatan!
The series' middle period was marked by theme issues — Aquaman, heroes with guns, sports, magic-users — until issue #12, which heralded the title's second original story, featuring Superboy. From that point until DC Super Stars was cancelled after issue #18, the series contained new stories about a range of different characters (some being showcased for their own titles), as well as a collection of "secret origin" stories. The Bronze Age Huntress made her first appearance in DC Super Stars #17 (November/December 1977) in a story written by Paul Levitz and drawn by Joe Staton and Bob Layton.