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    1970s - "A Vow From The Grave", Detective Comics...

    1970s - "A Vow From The Grave", Detective Comics #410, April 1971

    Batman relentlessly pursues an escaped death row murderer, Kano Wiggins, in a rainy and murky night, crossing over to a residence...
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    All your posts are, is a TOP 100 GRAPHIC NOVELS...

    All your posts are, is a TOP 100 GRAPHIC NOVELS LIST, not an overall, sentimental, personal list, like a true Batman / comic book connoisseur.

    Just pick some stories, that YOU love, personally. ...
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    1980s - "Last Laugh", Batman #353, November 1982....

    1980s - "Last Laugh", Batman #353, November 1982.

    My all-time favorite Batman vs Joker story, illustrated by one of the definitive Joker / DC artists, Jose Luis Lopez, written by Gerry Conway.
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    The original poster is preferably asking for...

    The original poster is preferably asking for personal, sentimental favorites, not a "Top 100" of obvious suspects.

    Which story(ies) do you genuinely ENJOY, find a pleasure to read, not feeling...
  5. No, Venom in that show was basically, for the...

    No, Venom in that show was basically, for the first stretch of the series, and adjoining Marvel Animated Universe cartoons at the time, Norman Osborn's, then Doctor Octopus', bio weapon, way too many...
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    1960s - There was a stretch of time I've read the...

    1960s - There was a stretch of time I've read the first four volumes of SHOWCASE PRESENTS BATMAN, front to back, and it was pure laborious! Soooo much formulaic corn! However, there was still a few...
  7. What I mean, is that I believe I find Penguin,...

    What I mean, is that I believe I find Penguin, Riddler, Two-Face, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, a few others you know as Batman's top-tiered foes, more essential to come in first before other...
  8. Bronze Tiger, Copperhead, Catwoman, Talon,...

    Bronze Tiger, Copperhead, Catwoman, Talon, Another Damian Wayne.
  9. You are suggesting some not popularly irrelevant...

    You are suggesting some not popularly irrelevant today C-D characters, before all the A-B characters has been released.
  10. Slade Wilson, without mask, as I am quite sure...

    Slade Wilson, without mask, as I am quite sure most Deathstroke / Slade toys has his fully costumed masked appearance.

    However, Slade, without mask, so package can just call him "Slade Wilson" or...
  11. 3. Suggest never made figures. (so none "exactly"...

    3. Suggest never made figures. (so none "exactly" like these).

    - They are OLD toys (last wave 2010) now, meaning out of print, probably more expensive now than what they were when they were newly...
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    A) I've loved Doctor Ashley Kafka's character...

    A) I've loved Doctor Ashley Kafka's character too, but before apparently "Ravencroft" and the two major Massacre stories, her last usage to my knowledge was her creator, J.M. DeMatteis' second...
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    Most of entries on list are either A) as long as...

    Most of entries on list are either A) as long as that certain transition of Peter Parker's life, B) as long as the creator who created him / her's run, or C) DEAD.

    Only legit longtime "forgotten"...
  14. Both Jalome Beecher and his brother has been...

    Both Jalome Beecher and his brother has been dead, Spider-Man later confirmed the main Slyde as dead, by the time that S.H.I.E.L.D. agent masquerading in his costume showing up.

    Nor Slyde was...
  15. Thread: Best Bat-wife

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    Selina Kyle, Pre-Crisis, 1978 - 1981 - Detective...

    Selina Kyle, Pre-Crisis, 1978 - 1981 - Detective Comics #479 - 509, Batman #308 - #326.

    I especially loved the Len Wein-era relationship that Selina Kyle and Bruce Wayne genuinely strived to have,...
  16. Living Brain was a semi-regular, for a...

    Living Brain was a semi-regular, for a time...when it was hijacked by Otto Octavius.
  17. I would find it highly interesting to see another...

    I would find it highly interesting to see another formidable use of the Squid.
  18. Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1, The Sinister Six,...

    Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1, The Sinister Six, animated completely in Steve Ditko style.
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    No. As pointed above, maybe a few stories. ...

    No.

    As pointed above, maybe a few stories. Maybe just only one story.

    But "cold" and "deadly" does not mean memorable longetivity, as anyone cookie-cutter could be portrayed as such.

    She...
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    Chance's first appearance was in a mid-eighties...

    Chance's first appearance was in a mid-eighties issue of Web of Spider-Man
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    Usually, here's the formula - LOVE the cartoon =...

    Usually, here's the formula - LOVE the cartoon = wanna buy all the toys of all characters! Especially the villains!

    I still have golden memories of the Spider-Man: the Animated Series and their...
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    A non-brainer - Helena Wayne.

    A non-brainer - Helena Wayne.
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    Ahh wait, based on recent developments on the...

    Ahh wait, based on recent developments on the cartoon, if there would be a Goblin toy, it would basically be still the same villain, just in another costume.
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    Seriously, what happened to the days toy...

    Seriously, what happened to the days toy companies want to make toys for every character on the cartoons?

    Really, BACK WHEN there was Marvel's Spider-Man toys in my local store, until almost a...
  25. My favorite media interpretation of Batman and...

    My favorite media interpretation of Batman and the Joker would be as Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson in Tim Burton's Batman, 1989.
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