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Includes Issues:Legends of the Dark Knight 39-40, 50, 52-54
Original Publication Dates:November 1992 - November 1993
TPB Publisher:DC Comics
TPB Publication Dates:June 1996
Pages:174[More Info]

Lists:Comics, DC Modern Age, DC Universe, Post-Crisis
Creators:, , , , , , , , , ,
Characters: , , , ,
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Unique Reading Order ID: 200704240000
Chronological List Value:1993.11
TRO Database Book ID:24 [More Info]

5 Comments Post New »

  1. kotylionsznur wrote on at January 2, 2011 3:23 pm:

    I don’t see truly connection beetwen LOTDK #39-40, LOTDK #50, LOTDK #52-53 and LOTDK #54. For me 4 different stories, so why are they in one “event”?


    Ian replied on January 3rd, 2011 at 7:22 am:

    I think B and Simon below pretty much summed it up. It’s not that it’s an event, more of an odds and ends collection. I think they just put these all together in a book because they just though they should all be reprinting, with no more reason behind it than that.

    I’ll get around to reviewing it at some point, and then I’ll try to get into more detail on the stories contained within.


  2. -B. wrote on at January 2, 2011 3:36 pm:

    I have this one, though I admit I haven’t read it yet. But I would say it’s one of those things where you can “blame the publisher” as has been said before.

    I would nitpick your use of the word “event” though, as I see nothing that says this is an event, just a collection of stories.


  3. Simon wrote on at January 2, 2011 7:12 pm:

    I think it’s just a case of filling in the gaps left by previous collections, and picking the better stories from the gaps. That would be my guess but hard to say without looking through the publication dates for each collection.

    For me the weirdest is for “Going Sane”: 65-68 & 200.
    I know 200 involves The Joker, but it is a huge gap between issues.


    Ian replied on January 3rd, 2011 at 7:24 am:

    Yeah, I think I had a similar issue with the Man Who Laughs trade.

    Sometimes I feel like they just throw something in there to fill it out. It’s kind of nice, but I’d rather they keep things to contained storylines and just lower the price point. It would make my sorting life easier, haha.


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