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Includes Issues:Prestige
Original Publication Dates:1999
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Lists:Comics, DC Modern Age, DC Universe, Post-Crisis
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Unique Reading Order ID: 200808120000
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TRO Database Book ID:500 [More Info]

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  1. hanotsri wrote on at February 28, 2011 8:45 am:

    Questioning the placement of Batman: DOA and Batman: The Abduction (I don’t think The Abduction is Elsewords btw). Both definitely go in the “dark batman suit with yellow oval” era that occurred post Prodigal, but I am not sure that either would go post-Cataclysm, during NML. Gotham seems to be well in order in both books (plus Joker, Two Face, and Penguin are incarcerated in DOA…which they’re not in NML). I would probably put both books pre-Cataclysm. That’s just my thought.


    Ian replied on February 28th, 2011 at 8:51 am:

    yeah, they’re pretty roughly placed right now. Do you think just right before cataclysm would work?


  2. hanotsri wrote on at February 28, 2011 9:06 am:

    Yeah, both pre-Cataclysm would work. I’d probably put DOA before The Abduction. Just my thoughts.




    Ian replied on February 28th, 2011 at 9:15 am:

    Cool, thanks Michael. I haven’t had a chance to read either of these little ones yet myself. That helps a lot.


  3. hanotsri wrote on at February 28, 2011 10:13 am:

    Thank you Ian. This site is great. I’m more of a fan of the stories when it comes to Batman graphic novels than I am of collecting for value/condition of books. I am trying to get the entire post-Crisis Batman chronology that has been available in graphic novels/prestige formats and this site has been a big help. Keep up the great work. I use the “My Collection feature” to track all the books I want to get.



    Ian replied on February 28th, 2011 at 10:21 am:

    I’m really glad it’s working for you. I just updated the way lists display, so I hope you like it.

    In the future I hope to figure out a way people can keep multiple lists so you could have a wishlist, books you’ve read, multiple collections, etc.

    BTW, I started out just trying to read Batman myself – watch out! ;)


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