Tag Archives: Klaus Janson

12 trippy Batman covers

I’ve often pointed out in this blog that, during the Silver Age, many Batman covers achieved a level of psychedelia akin to a bad acid trip. However, this phenomenon isn’t exclusive to the 1950s and 1960s… Here are a dozen … Continue reading

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Detective Comics Annual #1

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3 more nods to the Batman TV show, by Klaus Janson

Last month I pointed how various Batman comics have featured nods to the 1960s’ Batman TV show. I spotlighted some of the most obvious ones, but of course there have been plenty more sprinkled here and there throughout the years. … Continue reading

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Frank Miller’s goddamn Batman

                    All kinds of people have written Batman stories. Not just people: even Snoopy has done it. But one author has the particularity of having written both the most critically acclaimed Batman comics of all time, and the most … Continue reading

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