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By Mark Waid

Written by way of Paul Azaceta, Stan Lee, Mark Waid. half 2 of beginning OF THE SPECIES. Plus the SPIDEY SUNDAY function keeps! Rated A

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Bane, too, means to bring out the worst in people before school finally lets out. As if Gotham’s police, the al Ghul legacy, a city’s simmering tension, and outright riots weren’t trouble enough, Batman has to juggle dealings with Selina Kyle and Bane: the woman who makes him and the villain who breaks him. Having sacrificed the Dark Knight’s reputation in the previous film for the sake of White Knight Harvey Dent’s memory, should Batman fade into urban legend hated and hunted or emerge like a supernatural figure risen from the grave?

Even though Batman originated and endures as a comic book character, most of us first met him on TV. From the time I was a toddler, Adam West was the live Batman. I also watched the Caped Crusader in Saturday morning cartoons, pitted Batman and Robin toys against the Joker in his green plastic van, and, wearing a towel cape and black gloves, played like I was Batman. Voiced by Olan Soule, a more serious (though still upbeat) Batman teamed with Superman, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman to form an undersized Justice League, the original Super Friends, on Saturday mornings.

Accompanying Nick there because I wanted to see their group’s research presentation, I looked around Comic-Con, I watched thousands of people bustling about in an environment that celebrated their passions, I met scholars writing on many comics-related topics, and it all came together for me: I needed to study comic book fans, and I needed to write about Batman. Evan Gregory of the Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency brought me to Wiley, Connie Santisteban, John Simko, Rebecca Yeager, and the whole Wiley team.

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