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In honor of the seventy-fifth anniversary of Batman, we’re doing four straight months of polls having to do with Batman, culminating with the official 75th anniversary of Batman on July 23rd. We’ve done Batman covers, Batman characters, Batman creastors and now, finally, Batman stories!
You all voted, now here are the results of what you chose as the 75 Greatest Batman Stories! Here are #55-46!
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55. “Public Enemies” (Superman/Batman #1-6)
In this story by Jeph Loeb, Ed McGuinness and Dexter Vines, Batman and Superman team up to finally put an end to Lex Luthor’s presidency, even as Luthor makes them the two most wanted criminals on Earth. The story is well known for its introduction to the first issue, which put the two characters into striking contrast…
54. “The Case of the Chemical Syndicate” (Detective Comics #27)
Bob Kane and Bill Finger introduced Batman with this story…
53. “The Last Arkham” (Batman: Shadow of the Bat #1-4)
Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle worked on last big Batman story with this opening arc to Shadow of the Bat, where Batman goes undercover in Arkham Asylum (as a crazier version of himself) to find out how Mr. Zsasz has been escaping from Arkham and murdering people. This story introduced both Zsasz and Jeremiah Arkham.
Go to the next page for #52-49!
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