Batman in the Seventies TPB (1999 DC) comic books
1st printing. Written by Dennis O'Neil, Elliott S. Maggin, and Paul Levitz. Art by Dick Giordano, Neal Adams, Alex Toth, Walter Simonson, Mike Grell, Joe Staton, Bob Layton, Marshall Rogers, and Irv Novick. Batman in the 70s features some unforgettable stories, including: the debut of the Huntress (from 1977's DC Super-Stars #17); the moving 'There Is No Hope in Crime Alley' (Detective Comics #457); the bride of Man-Bat story 'Marriage: Impossible' (Detective Comics #407); the haunting 'Night of the Reaper' (Batman #237); the Ra's Al Ghul/Talia tale 'Daughter of the Demon' (Detective Comics #232); and 'A Vow From the Grave' (Detective Comics #410), the 1971 story that inspired an episode of the Batman animated series. Other stories in Batman in the 70s include the classic Alex Toth-illustrated 'Death Flies the Haunted Sky' (Detective Comics #442); the Joker/Two-Face Batman tale 'This One'll Kill You, Batman' (Batman #260); 'Ticket to Tragedy' (Detective Comics #481); and a Bicentennial-era team-up so out of continuity it hurts, as Congresswoman Barbara Gordon and her aide, Dick Grayson, face 'The Invader from Hell' (Batman Family #1). Softcover, 192 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.