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    Default which batman comics is this


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    Quote Originally Posted by vijayshetty View Post
    Batman #285 by Jim Aparo (art).
    Jim Aparo's run is awsome and so underrated from the 70's.
    It's available in the Bronze age Omnibuses.

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    no
    I checked
    its not there

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    Quote Originally Posted by vijayshetty View Post
    no
    I checked
    its not there
    Yes it is ! The bear is even on the cover of the issue !

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    but lion not,I could not find page,plz give me page no

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    I got it
    worlds finest 285
    still thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb681131 View Post
    Batman #285 by Jim Aparo (art).
    Jim Aparo's run is awsome and so underrated from the 70's.
    It's available in the Bronze age Omnibuses.
    Which Bronze Age Omnibusses are you talking about? The only Batman Omnibusses (except for Brave And The Bold) are Golden Age ones ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaboo View Post
    Which Bronze Age Omnibusses are you talking about? The only Batman Omnibusses (except for Brave And The Bold) are Golden Age ones ...
    Indeed, only the Brave and The Bold is collected in Bonze Age Omnibus.
    I guess you can find it in Legends of the Dark Knight: Jim Aparo vol.1-3

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    If that's by Jim Aparo it certainly isn't his usual style, I see a mix of Michael Netzer and Rich Buckler (who was notorious for swiping art styles).

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