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 "A startling and moving tale from the early days of Batman's crime-fighting career."
This story has an interesting take on the generation gap between Batman and Robin using 'rock and roll' as the divider.

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A Bizarre and Uneven Entry in the Batman Canon 0

Tonight I read what is one of the oddest Batman stories I have ever read (and this is coming from a person who has read every Grant Morrison penned Batman story). That story is "Fortunate Son". Written by Gerald Jones and illustrated by Gene Ha (not familiar with either of these people), it was published in 1999. I'm not even sure if it was originally published into issues. The copyright page on the paperback does not specify. Anyway, the story is one about rock and roll. I kid you not. It stars...

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