Batman In The Fifties TP
The Fifties. A decade of hula-hoops, sock hops, UFOs, drive-in movies, atomic paranoia, and Gotham City's greatest hero: Batman! It was a decade in which the Caped Crusader charted through bold new territories and new kinds of adventures! Now the best Batman stories of that era are collected in BATMAN IN THE FIFTIES - a 192-page trade paperback written by Bill Finger, Edmond Hamilton, France Herron, David Vern Reed, David Wood, and Joe Samachson, with art by Dick Sprang, Sheldon Moldoff, Bob Kane, Charles Paris, Stan Kaye, and others. With the success of new technologies, and with American children looking to the limitless possibilities of space, science-fiction entertainment was the talk of the times. As a result, the World's Greatest Detective was destined for newer - and zanier - adventures than ever before, fighting giant robots, kooky aliens and talking apes, just to name a few. And while it may have left the Dynamic Duo's heads spinning, it was ten years of unparalleled fun for kids of all ages! The sixteen tales collected here exemplify this light-hearted time of sci-fi crime-fighting. So please join our hero, along with Robin, Batwoman, Bat-Mite and Ace the Bat-Hound, as we time-travel back to... BATMAN IN THE FIFTIES!