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    Default Tales of the Batman- Gerry Conway, Volume 3

    Just got it and it picks up where #2 left off up until GC's last issue, Detective #326 (The Anniversary Issue).
    For the first time Pre-Crisis Jason Todd is in a collection as well as Len Wein edited issues.

    Now, they need to release Doug Moench's 80's work to continue the PC Jason stories.

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    Many fans swear of great runs by Dennis O'Neil & Neal Adams, Steve Englehart & Marshall Rodgers, Jeph Loeb & Jim Lee and basically anything Frank Miller did before he didn't give two effs with All-Star Batman.

    But my first exposure with a Batman comic aside from watching Batman '66 and The Super Friends were these classic tales aided by the artistry of Don Newton and Gene Colan, these are the stories I always cherished as a kid and made Batman still keep to the shadows but wasn't as grim as he would be in the 90's, I especially liked how subplots would carry over multiple issues and the Anniversay 56-pager Detective Comics #526 which was Conway's last issue tied up things nicely.

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    Actually Conway's last story was in DETECTIVE #526.
    Yes, An excellent collection.

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    Love this splash page of the Bat Rogues by Don Newton from Conway's last story in DETECTIVE COMICS #526.

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