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BAT 77 - The 70's Batman Podcast

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PUBLISHING DATE: October 1978 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Marshall Rogers and Dick Giordano (art) On the final episode of the podcast, we conclude the Clayface III story arc as JB finishes his journey through the comics of the 1970s. Thanks for
PUBLISHING DATE: August 1978 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Marshall Rogers & Dick Giordano (art) Still reeling from losing Silver, the Batman takes his anger out on the criminal underworld. Meanwhile, a new and even deadlier Clayface terrorizes G
PUBLISHING DATE: April 1978 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story) Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin (art) Batman races against time to stop the Joker, but is he too late to save Bruce’s relationship with Silver? Meanwhile, the ghost of Hugo Strange
PUBLISHING DATE: February 1978 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story), Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin (art) The Joker poisons all the fish in the country in a mad scheme to trademark his image. Meanwhile, the Batman is threatened by both Thorne’s
PUBLISHING DATE: December 1977 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story), Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin (art) An old enemy escapes from prison and seeks revenge against the Batman. Silver St. Cloud begins to suspect Bruce Wayne is Batman. Follow the
PUBLISHING DATE: November 1977 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story), Marshall Rogers & Terry Austin (art) The Penguin attempts to outwit Batman and Robin in an attempt to steal a valuable artifact. Meanwhile, Rupert Thorne is visited by the ghost
PUBLISHING DATE: September 1977 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story), Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin (art) Professor Hugo Strange has learned the Batman’s secret identity and intends to auction that secret to the highest bidder. Robin is called
PUBLISHING DATE: August 1977 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story) Marshall Rogers & Terry Austin (art) Seeking to cure himself of his wounds from his battle with Dr. Phosphorus, Bruce Wayne seeks medical attention at an exclusive clinic, but he so
PUBLISHING DATE: June 1977 CREDITS: Steve Englelhart (story), Walt Simonson (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks) While Batman hunts for Dr. Phosphorus, the Gotham City Council, led by crime boss Rupert Thorne, votes to outlaw the masked vigilante’s ac
PUBLISHING DATE: May 1977 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story), Walt Simonson (pencils), Al Milgrom (inker), Jerry Serpe (Colorist) A new foe, Dr. Phosphorus, has poisoned the Gotham Reservoir to enact revenge on the city. Follow the podcast on Fa
PUBLISHING DATE: March 1976 CREDITS: Denny O’Neil (story) Dick Giordano (art) On the anniversary of his parents’ murder, the Batman returns to the scene of the crime for his annual visit to a woman who took him in that fateful night. But will
PUBLISHING DATE: June 1975 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Ernie Chan and Dick Giordano (art) Still wanted by the law for first-degree murder, the Batman finds a scant lead which brings him to a traveling circus where he hopes to find the evidence
PUBLISHING DATE: May 1975 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Ernie Chan & Dick Giordano (art) Batman attempts to prove his innocence for the murders of Ra’s Al Ghul and Talia, but the Creeper vows to bring him to justice. Follow the podcast on Faceboo
PUBLISHING DATE: April 1975 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Jim Aparo (art) Still wanted by the law for the murder of Talia and Ra’s Al Ghul, the Batman must divert his attention to a new mystery as the skeletal remains of a murder victim is discov
PUBLISHING DATE: March 1975 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Jim Apart (art) Framed for a murder he swears he didn’t commit, the Batman breaks into prison to confront Ra’s Al Ghul about his involvement in the frame-up. Follow the podcast on Twitter
PUBLISHING DATE: January 1975 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Jim Aparo (art) Batman is wanted by the police for the cold-blooded murder of Talia Al Ghul. Follow the podcast on Facebook and Twitter. Email the podcast at [email protected]    
PUBLISHING DATE: MAY 1975 CREDITS: DENNY O’NEIL (story), Ernie Chua & Dick Giordano (art) The Riddler returns to once again confound the Dark Knight with his perplexing clues and puzzling traps. Follow the podcast on Facebook and Twitter. Emai
PUBLISHING DATE: April 1975 CREDITS: Denny O’Neil (story), Ernie Chua and Dick Giordano (art) The Scarecrow returns with a new fear-inducing device to combat the Caped Crusader as they both search for stolen loot in an abandoned amusement park
PUBLISHING DATE: February 1975 CREDITS: Denny O’Neil (story), Irv Novick & Dick Giordano (art) The Joker doses Batman with a chemical which causes him to laugh himself to death within 72 hours. The Dark Knight races against time to find the an
PUBLISHING DATE: December 1974 CREDITS: Denny O’Neil (story), Irv Novick & Dick Giordano (art) The Batman confronts his childhood trauma caused by an incident of gun violence that happened before his parents’ death. The Shadow sets the stage f
PUBLISHING DATE: October 1974 CREDITS: Denny O’Neil (story), Irv Novick & Dick Giordano (art) Insurrectionists break Two-Face out of Arkham Asylum so that the madman can help in their plan to hold the U.S.Capitol hostage. Follow the podcast on
PUBLISHING DATE: August 1974 CREDITS: Denny O’Neil (story) Irv Novick & Dick Giordano (art) The Penguin kidnaps a young monarch of a small country and plans to install himself as its new emperor. Batman and Robin are aided by an unexpected all
PUBLISHING DATE: June 1974 CREDITS: Denny O’Neil (story), Irv Novick & Dick Giordano (art) Robin investigates a murder at a traveling circus, and the Catwoman becomes his primary suspect. However, the Batman believes she has other motives for
PUBLISHING DATE: April 1974 CREDITS: Len Wein (story), Neal Adams & Dick Giordano (art) An old enemy manipulates a young man suffering from Lycanthropy into becoming a lethal weapon against the Batman. Follow the podcast on Facebook and Twitte
PUBLISHING DATE: March 1974 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (script), Vin & Sal Amendola (plot & pencils), Dick Giordano (inks) The Batman relentlessly pursues a gang of bank robbers who murdered a young boy's parents as they made their getaway. Foll
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