Evil Superman, the new norm

Have you all ever wondered that we keep getting more and more stories of evil Superman? I mean is it just a coincidence that at one point we had

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Injustice Superman subjugating the Injustice universe with a skewed sense of Justice showing us his gripping turn to evil.

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While we have the hero formerly known as Earth 2 Superman, destroying Earth 2 in the name of Darkseid being totally and utterly evil.

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While we have in the main DCnU, in the Forever Evil storyline we get Ultraman from Earth 3, and evil version of the Justice League who managed to take down the Justice League. He's so bad that he snorts Kryptonite.

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And you thought I'd be done once I got to Forever Evil. Well while Forever Evil was being published, in the Superman books we had Zod attacking our paradoxical Last Son of Krypton. Did I mention he was also a son of two scientists and saved by Jor-El...only he wants to destroy earth.

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At the same time we end up having two Superboys who both had evil in them, and the more evil one ended up being the victor and our current representative Superboy.

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While his female compatriot hulks out with a group that is typically known for its bad streak. You can even ask the Green Lantern Corps..

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Ha and I'm not finished.

In order I present to you:

He'l: Created by Jor'El, backward S scar, evil Superman the threat they had before Forever Evil.

Superdoom: Yep, after He'l, Zod, and Forever Evil, even DCnU Earth Superman starts turning evil. Doomsday kinda looks like him.

Xa-Du: Another Kryptonian, who is evil and not the Last Son of Krypton.

Metallo: Anti-Superman, nuff said

Bizarro: I said Anti-Superman, nuff said!

That's not to mention other stuff out there that is also either currently published (Justice League 3000), was published (pre-DCnU depictions), or in other media like movies or shows. We get more evil Kryptonians, morally void Supermen, mind-controlled Supermen, copycat Anti-Supermen, and alternate dimension universe shattering versions of Superman.

So why so many evil Supermen? You'd think we'd get tired of this story.

My answer: It is the only story that makes sense.

When you have a character that is virtually the most powerful creature on the planet, you run into two main problems. First you can't give him many (easy to write) threats. You typically end up with a villain that is way too weak to fight Superman, so for the sake of the story Superman is significantly weakened, or you have world destroying force. What's another thing that can take on Superman? Well, Superman of course!

Fight!

Here is another way to put it. We know Superman isn't perfect, but he isn't far, he's one step under perfect. So as far as threats go, you can't send an infinite power against him, cause that's perfect. So you at best can send, one under perfect, someone like Superman.

The next reason why Superman is so commonly depicted with the negative, way more so than other hero's, is because we love seeing what happens when good becomes corrupted, when innocence is no more. NAAUGHT!

That's what we got Shazam for!

The reason why that logic simply doesn't work is because that is the case with almost all our heroes, or at least the non-anti-heroes. But Superman still gets the brunt of it. And we can reason with it saying that he is the most powerful and the ultimate symbol for good, but I just can't by it, and I'll say why in a second.

Before that let me say what the real second reason is. It's because it is the only one that makes sense. We have an alien raised in the United States taught mid-western southern values, who grew up to protect the world. And although there are many positive attributes to southern values, that isn't enough to say Superman turned out the way he did because of that. This guy is the world's strongest guy, doesn't feel physical pain, eats out of habit, gets energy from the Sun, doesn't need a job but has one anyway that pays better than most Americans actually make, let alone the world, has his own fortress, prison, and zoo, and managed to woo Wonder Woman while having Lois Lane benched for when it doesn't work out, is the last of his kind...conveniently with others of his kind. His life was so good that when they rebooted his story, they killed off the Kents because they needed Superman to feel some kind of pain. So, how can this guy really empathize with the struggles of humanity. We are literally ants to him.

Did I mention how he has a "perfect" body, and a jaw to die for?

So that guy that I just described, now has miraculously decided to protect us. Now under what standards? He can use the morals that his family taught him, but what if they go against the law? I mean, I hardly doubt he has a search warrant for his X-Ray vision, nor is imprisonment or death sentence without trial also legal.

We can have a Superman that follows American law. However if the law doesn't protect the people, is he just idly going to stand down because it is the law? No, we know he doesn't because he dabbles in this stuff all the time and at his own fancy. Plus the law isn't perfect, it's constantly changing to better improve and serve our society (at least I hope...). So you see, the next logical step because of those blurred lines always being crossed, is that Superman goes bad (if he is to continue crime fighting that is). Any other story really asks the reader to temporarily turn off any logical part of their mind to believe it, which we can only do to some degree. If you don't believe me, try reading Ann Nocenti's Catwoman.

It's even more disturbing when you find out they are transformed victims

Here is the kicker that should rightfully tick off any Superman fans who think it still somehow possible that an objectively good Superman is possible. There is always a foil to this evil Superman. And let me give you a hint, if Superman is essentially perfection, then what isn't he. He isn't human. However there is a hero out there that is human. One that worked hard to get all his abilities, instead of being born with them. One that really know suffering, instead of being too young to remember it. One that pushes himself every day, instead of tanning in the sun. Remember that ultimate symbol for good that I mentioned earlier?!?! Oh ya, you know where I am going to with this....na na na na na na....

Hope you're ready for some Justice!

Batman is the yin to Superman's yang. So while it is easy to see Superman go down a bad path, (and if you can't see that, pick up any comic about Superman, you have a high chance of of witnessing it yourself), you hardly see what if Batman was bad stories. And in a weird twist in fate, in almost all the bad Superman stories, it is Batman is who is fighting to oppose him. Even when we got the Crime Syndicate, Ultraman was pure evil while Owlman had some human in him trying to save Nightwing. You'd think these two best friends wouldn't butt head so often...

Law of Physics: For every bad Superman there is a less bad Batman
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With that said, I am curious to see where Geoff Johns takes us with Ulysses. Will he be a good Superman, or will he follow the trend and be yet another bad version of Superman?

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And let's not forget that Cyborg Superman/Zor-El is probably coming back with a vengeance.

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Remember this movie is also coming out. A sequel to a movie where Pa Kent's values are seemingly off, Superman destroys Metropolis, and kills in his first public outing. No wonder they brought in Batman...and WW and everyone else...

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While this Superman saves the world in a terrorizing way ultimately leading him to work for Brother Eye in the Future's End...dun dun dun!!! Though Lois Lane (his not girlfriend) suspects him to not be Clark.

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Future's End also promises us a fight between Apollo and Superman...one that Apollo supposedly wins. Though don't worry about him losing control though. We've seen him attack Stormwatch, and yes his Batman-esque boyfriend, Midnighter, was the one to stop him.

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A thing born of hate attacks Batman, and oh look, Superman is carrying the car. *Robot Voice* Oh my, I am shocked. *End Robot Voice* Ya, I'm betting mind control...

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But if you don't care for the future, why don't you read about Wraith, an alien who was raised by the government in the 30's instead of by the Kents. Coincidence he rivals Superman and his colors are also blue and red?!?!?!

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Though to leave things on a positive note; yeah sure, it totally makes sense that Superman is easier depicted as bad than good. But there are some good bittersweet depictions! We have the objectified female superman, Power Girl, and the black pacifist superman, Val-Zod, who are currently fighting...evil Superman, on a different Earth...

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OK how about you read Justice League where Superman is...not defending the world...and Lex Luthor is...

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You know what! I think we all get the picture. So here are some more not so good Supermen.

But if you really need your fix, of the rare good Superman. Morrison is sure to make many good versions of Superman in his Multiversity...or will he? ;-P

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Realism...a counter to diverse representation?

The (Weak) Argument Against Diversification

So lots of people get upset when a character’s race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality or what have you is changed, even if it doesn’t change anything core to the character. I mean, let’s be real, Batman’s whiteness isn’t really ever brought up, not even in comparison to non-white characters. It’s this odd need to preserve consistency of characters created in a supposedly more racist times, which in turn preserves the racism of that time. So, while I think people are justified in being upset with Tim Drake, (Red) Robin's, changes because the changes totally change the character, including his personality, the People who are upset with Alan Scott being gay are unusually quiet about him being changed to a young CEO.

But beyond the fact that Heimdall’s character stays completely intact in the the Thor movies, many people like to say that it is historically inaccurate, Norse Gods are white! They say that someone’s race, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, disability, takes them them out of a fictional story about fictional people.

What And Why?

So here are what some characters would look like if they were, you know, a bit more accurate. And just so you all know, I am doing this for two main reasons. The first is to show the logical flaw in saying historical accuracy is needed to keep someone a white man. And second, to restate the reason why diversity is important, because the more we see all types of people as good guys and superheroes, the more we actually see these real people as good people...real people. And please post some if you come up with any!

So without further ado!

Aquaman

He is a white blond male king of the Atlantis, a civilization sunk underwater about a million years ago.

What he should look like:

He should be a dark skinned man because historically Poseidonis (Atlantis) was between Africa and South America before they sank to the bottom of the ocean, and most of their food would have high amounts of vitamin D, which is why Inuit peoples are pretty tan still.

Even Disney got it..

She-Hulk (or Wonder Woman, or any super strong female superhero)

A female hulk (green, big, supers strength) but with a pornstar’s body, and has a tiny bit of the Hulk’s gamma radiation, which is why she is still smart and not as big physically.

What she should look like:

The males look like bodybuilders, so should the girls.
Stompa looks more hulk-like than She-Hulk, and she's not even a hulk!

Shazam!

Graced with the powers of the morally corrupt Biblical and Greek religious figures (one of them is the god of thievery), he is the real ultimate boy scout

What he should look like:

Yes, he should be Black Adam. Black Adam has the powers of six Ancient Egyptian gods, all of whom were good, some of whose jobs were to oppose evil.
At least display his patrons' polyamory, which most involved both men and women. He may be a boy...but in an adult body.

Hal Jordan (Green Lanter)

The first Green Lantern from Earth, chosen most worthy out of all humans...because of having the will to bomb innocent lives in the Air Force?

What he should look like:

You'd think the most worthy should be someone who suffers from intense poverty, chronic hunger, and the threat of real daily danger. Someone with real willpower and capable of understanding what a person of privilege wouldn't to really be able to help everyone, someone like an impoverished non-christian disabled female in a third world country?
The probability that all the Green Lanterns for Sector 2814 are American males, and that all the female Green Lanterns are phenotypically like human females is really really close to 0

Power Girl

The female equivalent of Superman with various of reasons for having a boob window that shows off her giant boobs

What she should look like:

Boobs are made of fat, something which female and male athletes lack...meaning her boobs shouldn't be that big. Plus shouldn't be Superman's equal, why is she still called Power GIRL?
Toph doesn't even physically move rocks, and she is still way more proportional

Superman

A Kryptonian from the dying planet of Krypton, from a species that looks just like humans but get power from the yellow sun, who crash landed in America telling the ultimate immigrant tale; he is the world's strongest hero.

What he should look like:

A common argument for why most superheroes are white is because most Americans are white. Kryptonians are a species that reflects humanity however, so by the numbers Superman should look like a fat Chinese man. Fat because he gets all the energy he needs from the sun and eats out of habit, and since he can bench planets...he's definitely not burning all his calories (this goes for all the Green Lanterns too!).
He should really look more like Bouncing Boy

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I'm avoiding legacy or spin-off characters, but I can't not do this. I mean he is the Batman of Africa!

What he should look like:

Batman has had Robin, Red Robin, Spoiler, Nightwing, Oracle, Batgirl, Batwoman, Flamebird, Bluebird, Huntress, the Birds of Prey, and even more at any one time defending Gotham with him. Batwing, however, is by himself protecting Africa, the world's second biggest continent. That is 11.7 million square miles of historically war-torn territory ravaged from colonization...no wonder he failed!

Just as a treat, you know who is accurately depicted?

Batman & Catwoman

Batman, a rich white guy, able to pay his way through his education to beat up on street level crime, while ignoring trying to solve the issue (which most Superheroes are guilty of ignoring...job security?). Catwoman, a sexy white female thief who happens to also always get away, even from Batman.

What? You don't believe me? Then check this out...

Hope this gave you a thing or two to think about! And yes, it's a DC heavy list, but hey, gotta stick with what I know!

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Batman Family lacking in diversity

I'm going to start this by saying that Batman is a notorious loner that hangs out with A LOT of people. He has had a multitude of sidekicks, been on many teams, and started many of his own, but shockingly enough his direct family has been lacking in diversity.

Where the white people at!
They all look the same

Out of his direct family we have all the Robins which were white carbon copies of each other (features at least). They tried to make Jason Todd blond but retconed it. The only person out of the Robins that has any form of diversity is Damian Wayne who is biracial. He is half white and half whatever Talia is. But unfortunately DC hasn't realized the potential of that character to play on it, there aren't many multi-ethnic characters out there since people like to make "racial pairs" like Storm and Black Panther, or Black Canary and Green Arrow (and you thought it was just a coincidence they were both blonde, out of the fewer blonde characters out there). Damian Wayne has been treated and drawn like a white person so for all intensive purposes he is white.

Then you have the Batgirls, Barbara who is a red head (which I wish was an example of diversity but red headed females are REALLY common in comics and cartoons), Stephanie who is the only Blonde character in the bat family so she gets points for that (I don't know much of the character and I don't know if she has dealt with any stereotyping due to her hair but I doubt it). And then you have Cassie! The first real step to any diversity, she is Half-Chinese and Half-White. She is almost Damian 1.0, but we actually were aware of her heritage. Unfortunately DC's editorial staff didn't like her tried to ruin her and now got rid of her. They also did the same with Stephanie brown too...

Diversity!

Outside of his family Batman's main team has always been the Justice League, and if I ask you to name who are the members of the Justice League here are the names that might come up: Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Black Canary, Hawkgirl (the TV show had a lot of influence), and if you have been reading DCnU Cyborg. My point being that you either have to be white to really be on the team for a long time. Multiple attempts have been made to diversify the team the two most famous is for JL cartoon by using John Stewart and now with Cyborg but overall the trend is the character needs to be white (btw Martian Manhunter's alter ego is a white guy). It actually gets even worse with the Justice League because its made up of elitists. You have your billionaires (Batman and Green Arrow), your Royalty (Wonder Woman, and Aquaman), and your superpowers and I mean they are the MOST powerful just by power set alone (Superman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern, and the Flash) who also happen to be connected to the military/police in some way (except for Superman).

So where have people tried to enter diversity into Batman's world? By his extended teams.

The first real major attempt was the Outsiders which had Black Lightning (he's black), Katana (can you guess that she's japanese), Geo-Force (ok this one isn't obvious, eastern european), Metamorpho (he's a rainbow of colors!), and Halo (who is this naive girl, can you guess what her hair color is). This is a much nobler attempt to diversify Batman's world but the problem is why not introduce someone directly into his family. They have to be extended and from another country. This is repeated in JLI and Batman Inc. All attempts to give us a black Batman, or a brazilian team mate. But thats the thing, they are all from other countries, they don't hail from gotham (other than Black Lightning) but even so they don't work with him in Gotham. They are separate worlds essentially. He has his white gotham, and diverse groups outside of the country.

Getting kicked out for being...

Has the Bat Family made any headway into diversity. I would argue yes, and definitely in the gender and sexuality front. Batman's world has been very good at including strong independent women. At a time there were even more females (Oracle, Huntress, and Batgirl) than males (Nightwing and Robin) that were part of the family. Oracle becoming a major player in all DC, and I would say is the only Bat character that didn't remain in the shadows of Batman. Thats pretty impressive and empowering to women. And on top of that she has been the number one Superhero on a wheel chair for the past 2 decades (and totally outshining Professor X). And since I am at it with people that have disabilities Batman also had a genius mute named Harold working with him. You also have a lot of growth in the Lesbian front with Batwoman (who was ironically introduced to fight claims of Batman's homosexuality, brilliant move DC!), Maggie Sawyer, and Renee Montoya. And best part is I don't feel that their sexuality rules their character so I definitely applaud for that. Though you definitely see how their sexuality plays a role and affects their life.

There is a lot of growth even in the sphere of sexuality though. Gay and bisexual characters are practically non existant, so here's to hoping Harper Row and her brother develop and grow.

Why is this a problem?

1. I am actually going to make a list for this cause there are a multitude of reasons. The first is simple representation and subliminal messaging. Without decent representation of different groups then you get subliminal messaging of the represented groups superiority. A very real example is Superman was first introduced to represent white america. Many of his inicial villains were foreign, and what did he fight for again, Truth, Justice, and The American Way. So there are problems when you constantly present rich white people as the saviors. It might sound ridiculous but the affects of subliminal messaging is powerful, when all you read of black people in the comics are is that they are poor people that need saving, or thugs that rape and beat innocent people (never the crime boss though). It sends this subliminal message that black people are inferior and need white people to save and protect them, that or they are dangerous and avoid them. Plus it ends the perpetuation that Americans are white and anyone else is foreign. Last time I checked everyone tracks their heritage from another country, except Native Americans who are practically extinct (if a group of people can be extinct).

2. Here is an economic reason, if you create characters that have different ethnicities, then people of those ethnicities might start being interested in reading that character. I mean Wonder Woman was an icon for women, and attracted many female readers. Logic doesn't fail that if you create and Arab superhero that more Arabs would start reading it (especially cause the hype around Arab superheroes is usually so dramatic).

3. Batman deals with characters with many psychological issues, heroes and villains. There is a hugely untapped area of stories that are all around diversity and the psychological issues that surround it. A variety of identity issues come up from growing up as a Black person in a white society, constantly having to straighten your hair, dress like a white person, talk like a white person, simply to fit in. I won't go into a rant about it but drug laws highly target African Americans. Latino and Asian-Americans are constantly being used for cheap labor. The issue of being bi racial where people perceive you to be one thing when really you are both. Transgender issues where people are simply just uncomfortable being around you. The double sided discrimination Bi-Sexuals get from both the Homo and Hetero sexual communities. The fact that no matter how many generations your family has been in America Asian's will always be viewed as Asians and not Americans. And the list goes on, and all of it is very juicy untapped character stories.

Now I am not saying diversity for diversities sake is a good thing, in fact that can lead to one note boring characters. But entering diverse characters into the Bat Family can lead to very intriguing story lines. I mean one of my favorite stories that I read was actually how this Arab-American who has the powers of storm is in a plane that is about to fall. He attempts to save the plane but at the same time as Power Girl and Batman, and everything thinks he was the one bringing down the plane. Dealing with his fears, and and what happened to him was REALLY interesting and REALLY real. And it was different from everything else I have read regarding Batman. We've seen the mugging, we've seen the bank robberies, we've seen the murders (all blue collar crimes btw...) but we don't ever see that! And thats what I want!

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And people wonder why there is so much Batman...

So after looking at Diamond comics top 500 comics sold in 2012 here are some interesting observations

Out of the top 10 graphic novels only 2 DC graphic novels were in it, both were Batman

Out of the top 20 comics only 1 DC comic was in the top, and you guessed it it was Batman

In fact Batman was in all top selling comics for DC until number 58.

Top 20 of all DC comics made up up just Batman and Justice League (both had Batman in it)

Out of Dc's Top 100, Batman was in 76% of those comics

I did however include some DotF tie ins which didn't actually have Batman in it but they only made up 6% of the list...which still puts Batman at 70%

Something else to notice many of the other comics that didn't have Batman that made the list were numbers 5 and 6 which means they were still coming down from the New 52 launch, the only exceptions being Green Lantern and Action Comics.

So if people are still curious why DC has so many Batman books, why they are constantly launching new Batman shows, why DCUAOM feature Batman over a third of the time, or why he appears in other titles, well its simply because he SELLS!!!

And if people are curious I compiled the list, bolding anything that didn't have Batman and italicizing the DotF tie ins that also didn't have Batman

  1. BATMAN #13
  2. JUSTICE LEAGUE #12
  3. BATMAN #14
  4. BATMAN #0
  5. BATMAN #15
  6. BATMAN #5
  7. JUSTICE LEAGUE #5
  8. JUSTICE LEAGUE #6
  9. BATMAN #8
  10. BATMAN #9
  11. JUSTICE LEAGUE #7
  12. BATMAN #6
  13. BATMAN #10
  14. BATMAN #7
  15. BATMAN #11
  16. JUSTICE LEAGUE #9
  17. JUSTICE LEAGUE #8
  18. JUSTICE LEAGUE #10
  19. JUSTICE LEAGUE #0
  20. JUSTICE LEAGUE #11
  21. BATMAN #12
  22. JUSTICE LEAGUE #13
  23. JUSTICE LEAGUE #15
  24. JUSTICE LEAGUE #14
  25. BATMAN ANNUAL #1
  26. ACTION COMICS #5
  27. DETECTIVE COMICS #15
  28. EARTH 2 #1
  29. DETECTIVE COMICS #5
  30. GREEN LANTERN #5
  31. BATMAN INCORPORATED #1
  32. DETECTIVE COMICS #9
  33. ACTION COMICS #6
  34. DETECTIVE COMICS #6
  35. GREEN LANTERN #6
  36. ACTION COMICS #7
  37. GREEN LANTERN #7
  38. DETECTIVE COMICS #7
  39. GREEN LANTERN #13
  40. GREEN LANTERN #0
  41. GREEN LANTERN #8
  42. BATMAN AND ROBIN #15
  43. DETECTIVE COMICS #8
  44. ACTION COMICS #9
  45. GREEN LANTERN #9
  46. ACTION COMICS #8
  47. DETECTIVE COMICS #0
  48. EARTH 2 #2
  49. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #9
  50. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #5
  51. DETECTIVE COMICS #10
  52. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #6
  53. GREEN LANTERN #10
  54. BATGIRL #14
  55. GREEN LANTERN #11
  56. ACTION COMICS #0
  57. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #7
  58. DETECTIVE COMICS #11
  59. GREEN LANTERN #14
  60. ACTION COMICS #10
  61. BATMAN AND ROBIN #9
  62. GREEN LANTERN #12
  63. ACTION COMICS #11
  64. GREEN LANTERN ANNUAL #1
  65. DETECTIVE COMICS #13
  66. AQUAMAN #15
  67. EARTH 2 #3
  68. BATMAN AND ROBIN #5
  69. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #8
  70. BATMAN INCORPORATED #2
  71. BATMAN AND ROBIN #14
  72. BATGIRL #15
  73. DETECTIVE COMICS #12
  74. DETECTIVE COMICS #14
  75. NIGHTWING #15
  76. GREEN LANTERN #15
  77. FLASH #5
  78. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #10
  79. SUPERMAN #5
  80. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #0
  81. BATGIRL #13
  82. SUPERMAN #6
  83. ACTION COMICS #12
  84. BATMAN AND ROBIN #6
  85. BATMAN AND ROBIN #0
  86. EARTH 2 #0
  87. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #11
  88. BATMAN AND ROBIN #10
  89. FLASH #6
  90. BATMAN AND ROBIN #7
  91. SUICIDE SQUAD #14
  92. SUPERMAN #7
  93. EARTH 2 #4
  94. TEEN TITANS #15
  95. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #12
  96. BATMAN AND ROBIN #8
  97. BATMAN AND ROBIN #11
  98. AQUAMAN #5
  99. ACTION COMICS #13
  100. WORLDS FINEST #1
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Batman TPB Complete Chronology

Hey guys so there are a lot of people that come on here that want to know which graphic novels to read. So what I did was compile a list of all graphic novels that I will continuously update that have bruce wayne in it. That also includes cameos. I still need to update it, because I believe I might accidentally have put in some story arcs. If I did please let me know. And there will be a key to them. I would also appreciate help with your opinions on good reads or must reads for people that don't have the time to read this entire list, because lets face it, it's long, and it can only get longer. And if I am missing any please let me know!

The Key:

Italisized means that it has not been compiled as a trade paperback yet

Bold means this is an important or really good read

Underlined means Bruce does not appear in it but it still effects his mythos. (I might need help with the is it dick or bruce for some of the 2009/2010 issues).

So here it is:

  1. Batman: Year One
  2. Catwoman: Her Sisters Keeper
  3. Batman: Shaman
  4. The Man of Steel Vol 1
  5. Batman and the Monster Men
  6. Batman and the Mad Monk
  7. Batman: Prey
  8. Batman: Journey into Knight
  9. Batman: Lovers and Madmen
  10. Batman: The Man Who Laughs
  11. Batman: Dead to Rights
  12. Batman: Tenses
  13. DC Comics Presents: Batman Irresistible
  14. Batman: EGO and Other Tails
  15. DC Comics Presents: Batman/Catwoman
  16. Batman: Gothic
  17. Batman: Collected Legends of the Dark Knight
  18. Tales of the Batman: Tim Sale
  19. Batman: Other Realms
  20. Batman: Haunted Knight
  21. Batman: Monsters
  22. Batman: Dark Legends
  23. DC Comics Presents: Batman Blink
  24. Batman: Rules of Engagement
  25. Batman: Going Sane
  26. Batman: Venom
  27. Batman: Four of a Kind
  28. Batman: The Long Halloween
  29. DC Comics Presents: Don’t Blink
  30. Batman: The Ring, The Arrow, and The Bat
  31. Batman: Terror
  32. Year One: Batman/Scarecrow/Two-Face
  33. DC Comics Presents: Batman Conspiracy
  34. Batman: Snow
  35. Batman: Turning Points
  36. Batman: Night Cries
  37. Batman: Dark Victory
  38. Batman: Year Two
  39. Batman: Full Circle
  40. DC Comics Presents: Batman Bad
  41. The Creeper
  42. Superman & Batman: World's Finest
  43. Robin: Year One
  44. Batman Chronicles: The Gauntlet
  45. Batman: Hidden Treasures
  46. Batman: Gotham After Midnight
  47. JLA: Year One
  48. Batman/Deadman: Death and Glory
  49. JLA 80-Page Giant 1999
  50. Strange Apparitions
  51. Batman: Dark Detective
  52. Batman: King Tut's Tomb
  53. Batman: Fortunate Son
  54. Batman: Faces
  55. Batman: Joker's Asylum
  56. Batgirl: Year One
  57. Batman: Batgirl
  58. DC First: Batgirl/Joker
  59. Batgirl: The Greatest Stories Ever Told
  60. World’s Greatest Super-Heroes
  61. Batman: The Bat and the Beast
  62. Teen Titans: Year One
  63. Green Lantern: The Road Back
  64. DC Comics Presents: Teen Titans
  65. Batman: Catwoman Defiant
  66. Batman 80-Page Giant 2000
  67. Swamp Thing: Dark Genesis
  68. Batman The Cat and the Bat
  69. DC Retroactive: Batman: The 70’s
  70. DC Retroactive: JLA: The 70’s
  71. Metamorpho: Year one
  72. Power Company: Bork
  73. Showcase Presents: Batman and the Outsiders
  74. DC Comics Presents: Metal Men
  75. Black Orchid
  76. Nightwing: Year One
  77. Batman: Birth of the Demon
  78. DC Retroactive: Batman: The 80’s
  79. DC Retroactive: JLA: The 80’s
  80. Crisis of Inifinite Earths
  81. The New Teen Titans: Terror of Trigon
  82. Legends: The Collection
  83. DC Universe: Legacies
  84. Saga of the Swamp Thing Book Four: A Murder of Crows
  85. Swamp Thing: Earth To Earth
  86. The Question: Zen and Violence
  87. Justice League International Vol 1
  88. Outsiders Vol 1: 17-26
  89. The Weird
  90. JLA 80-Page Giant 2000
  91. Swamp Thing: Regenisis
  92. Showcase Presents: Booster Gold
  93. Justice League International Vol 2
  94. The Man of Steel Vol 6
  95. Millenium
  96. The New Teen Titans: Games
  97. Batman: The Wrath
  98. Batman: Ten Nights of the Beast
  99. The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
  100. Fables
  101. Batman: The Cult
  102. Justice League International Vol 3
  103. Justice League International Vol 5
  104. Batman: The Killing Joke
  105. Wonder Woman: Challenge of the Gods
  106. Batman: A Death in the Family
  107. Invasion
  108. Batman: Blind Justice
  109. The Many Deaths of The Batman
  110. Justice League International Vol 4
  111. The New Titans: Who is Donna Troy
  112. Batman: Year Three
  113. Justice League International Vol 6
  114. World's Finest
  115. Batman: A Lonely Place of Dying
  116. Batman/Green Arrow: The Poison Tomorrow
  117. Batman: Run, Riddler, Run
  118. DC Comics Presents - Batman: Dark City, Dark Knight
  119. Robin: A Hero Reborn
  120. Robin: Flying Solo
  121. Batman 80-Page Giant 1999
  122. Batman: Unseen
  123. DC Retroactive: Batman: The 90’s
  124. DC Retroactive: JLA: The 90’s
  125. Batman: DOA
  126. Challengers of the Unkown Must Die
  127. Armageddon 2001
  128. Superman: Panic in the Sky
  129. Aquaman: The Waterbearer
  130. Deathstroke the Terminator: City of Assassins
  131. Batman: Black & White 2
  132. Batman: Black & White 3
  133. Batman: Penguin Triumphant
  134. Batman: The Last Arkham
  135. Robin: Tragedy & Triumph
  136. Batman: Sword of Azrael
  137. Batman Versus Bane
  138. Batman: Gordon’s Law
  139. Superman: Death of Superman
  140. Superman: World Without Superman
  141. Knightfall, Part 1: Broken Bat
  142. Knightfall, Part 2: Who Rules The Night
  143. Knightfall Vol 2: Knightquest
  144. The Flash: Dead Heat
  145. DC Retroactive: Superman: The 90’s
  146. Batman/Punisher
  147. Knightfall,Vol 3: KnightsEnd
  148. Batman: Mitefall
  149. Batman: The Last Angel
  150. Zero Hour: A Crisis in Time
  151. Batman: Troika
  152. Nightwing: Ties That Bind
  153. Batman: GCPD
  154. Batman: Anarky
  155. Batman/Demon
  156. Underworld Unleashed
  157. Underworld Unleashed: Batman
  158. Birds of Prey: Black Canary/Oracle
  159. Birds of Prey: Manhunt
  160. Green Lantern: Baptism of Fire
  161. Batman vs. Two-Face
  162. Vengeance of Bane II: The Redemption
  163. Batman: Two-Face: Crime & Punishment
  164. Batman: The Chalice
  165. Batman & Poison Ivy: Cast Shadows
  166. Batman: Contagion
  167. The Joker: Devil's Advocate
  168. Dc Vs. Marvel
  169. Batman: Riddler: Riddle Factory
  170. Batman: Manbat
  171. Aztek: The Ultimate Man
  172. The Flash: Emergency Stop
  173. Hitman: A Rage in Arkham
  174. Batman: Death of Innocents
  175. Batman: Legacy
  176. Batman: Bane
  177. DC Comics Presents: Batman The Demon Laughs
  178. Total Justice
  179. JLA: Incarnations
  180. JLA: Midsummer's Nightmare
  181. JLA: New World Order
  182. JSA: Justice Be Done
  183. DC/Marvel: All Access
  184. DC/Marvel Crossover Classics #1
  185. DC/Marvel Crossover Classics #2
  186. JLA 80 Page Giant 2011
  187. The Final Night
  188. Superman: The Wedding Album
  189. JLA: American Dreams
  190. Nightwing: A Knight in Bludhaven
  191. Batman: Blackgate
  192. Batman: The Hill
  193. Batman Plus Arsenal
  194. Batman/Phantom Stranger
  195. Batman: International
  196. Batman/Wildcat
  197. Batman: The Book of Shadows
  198. Nightwing: Rough Justice
  199. Batman: It’s Joker Time
  200. JLA: Rock of Ages
  201. Huntress: Year One
  202. Huntress
  203. Starman Vol 3
  204. JLA: Paradise Lost
  205. Robin III - Cry of the Huntress
  206. Batman: Poison Ivy
  207. Resurrection Man
  208. Batman: The Abduction
  209. Nightwing/Huntress
  210. Batman: Toyman
  211. Batman: Dreamland
  212. Batman 80-Page Giant 1998
  213. Batman: Seduction of the Gun
  214. JLA: Strength in Numbers
  215. Dc Comics Presents: Impulse
  216. DC/Marvel Crossover Classics #3
  217. Red Hood: Lost Days
  218. Batman: Cataclysm
  219. Batman: Bullock’s Law
  220. DC Comics Presents: Batman Arkham
  221. Batman: Aftershock
  222. Brotherhood of Fist
  223. DC Comics Presents: Wonder Woman
  224. Green Lantern: Emerald Knights
  225. Dc Comics Presents: Young Justice #1
  226. DC Comics Presents: Young Justice #2
  227. DC Comics Presents: Chase
  228. DC One Million
  229. JLA: Justice For All
  230. JLA: Foreign Bodies
  231. Batman: Mr. Freeze
  232. Nightwing: Love and Bullets
  233. Young Justice: A League of Their Own
  234. JLA/Titans: The Technis Imperative
  235. DC Comics Presents: Young Justice #3
  236. Birds of Prey: Old Friends, New Enemies
  237. Batman: Road to No Man's Land
  238. JLA: Superpower
  239. Superman: King of the World
  240. Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 1
  241. Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 2
  242. Batman: Day of Judgement
  243. JLApe: Gorilla Warfare!
  244. DC Comics Presents: Green Lantern: Fear Itself
  245. JLA: Primeval
  246. JLA: World War III
  247. JLA Showcase 80-Page Giant
  248. JLA: Earth 2
  249. Nightwing: A Darker Shade of Justice
  250. Batman: Harley Quinn
  251. Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 3
  252. Batman: No Man's Land, Vol. 4
  253. Batman: Outlaws
  254. Batman/Nightwing: Bloodborne
  255. Superman: Y2K
  256. JSA Presents: Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E.
  257. Batman/Joker: Switch
  258. Batgirl: Silent Running
  259. Batman: New Gotham, Vol 1: Evolution
  260. Sins of Youth
  261. The Batman 80-Page Giant
  262. JLA: Seven Caskets
  263. JLA: A League of One
  264. DC Comics Presents: JLA: Heaven’s Ladder
  265. JLA: Gods and Monsters
  266. JLA: Tower of Babel
  267. Harley and Ivy: Love on the Lam
  268. Nightwing: Big Guns
  269. Superman: Emperor Joker
  270. Superman: President Lex
  271. DC Comics Presents: Batman #1
  272. Batman: Scareface: A Psychodrama
  273. Batman: The Ankh
  274. Batman/Huntress: Cry for Blood
  275. Batman: New Gotham, Vol. 2: Officer Down
  276. Nightwing: On Razor’s Edge
  277. JLA: Divided We Fall
  278. Batgirl: A Knight Alone
  279. Superman: Lex 2000
  280. Justice Leagues Vol. 1
  281. Batman: Room Full of Strangers
  282. Batman 80-Page Giant 2010
  283. Batman: False Faces
  284. Wonder Woman: Paradise Lost
  285. JLA/Haven: Anathema
  286. Batman: Absolution
  287. Green Lantern: New Journey, Old Path
  288. Batgirl: Death Wish
  289. DC Comics Presents: Batman #2
  290. Green Arrow: Quiver
  291. DC Comics Presents: Justice League of America - Black Baptism
  292. Batman: Orpheus Rising
  293. JLA: Gatekeeper
  294. Green Lantern: Circle of Fire
  295. JLA Classified: Cold Steel
  296. Our Worlds at War
  297. Superman: Our Worlds at War
  298. Superman/Batman: Big Noise
  299. Terror Incognita
  300. Nightwing: The Target
  301. Batman: The Joker’s Last Laugh
  302. Wonder Woman: Paradise Found
  303. DC Comics Presents: Batman #3
  304. JSA: Fair Play
  305. Golden Perfect
  306. Batman Begins: The Movie and Other Tales of the Dark Knight
  307. Bruce Wayne: Murderer?
  308. Bruce Wayne: Fugitive, Vol. 1
  309. Bruce Wayne: Fugitive, Vol. 2
  310. Batgirl: Fists of Fury
  311. Catwoman Vol. 1: Dark End of the Street
  312. JLA: Scary Monsters
  313. Bruce Wayne: Fugitive, Vol. 3
  314. Gotham Central Book 1: In the Line of Duty
  315. The Flash: Wonderland
  316. Batman: Orphans
  317. JSA: Stealing Thunder
  318. Green Lantern: The Power of Ion
  319. Batman: Family
  320. Catwoman: Crooked Little Town
  321. DC Comics Presents: Batman: Urban Legends
  322. DC Comics Presents: Superman #2
  323. Robin: Unmasked
  324. Superman: In The Name of Gog
  325. JLA: Welcome to the Working Week
  326. Gotham Central Book 2: Jokers and Madmen
  327. Batman: City of Crime
  328. Birds of Prey: Of Like Minds
  329. JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice
  330. DC Comics Presents: Blaze of Glory
  331. Batman: Hush
  332. JLA Classified: New Maps of Hell
  333. Green Lantern: Brother’s Keeper
  334. JLA/Avengers
  335. JLA Classified: I Can't Believe It's Not the Justice League
  336. The Obsidian Age (Book 1)
  337. Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day
  338. The Obsidian Age (Book 2)
  339. Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia
  340. Batman: Broken City
  341. Birds of Prey: Sensei and Student
  342. JSA: Lost
  343. JLA: Rules Of Engagement
  344. JLA Classified: That Was Now, This is Then
  345. Outsiders: Looking For Trouble
  346. Teen Titans: A Kid's Game
  347. Teen Titans: Family Lost
  348. DC Universe: Last Will and Testament
  349. Batman: Hush Returns
  350. The Flash: Ignition
  351. JLA: Trial By Fire
  352. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
  353. Batman: As the Crow Flies
  354. Batman: City of Light
  355. Superman/Batman: Supergirl
  356. Justice League Elite Vol 1
  357. The Flash: The Secret of Barry Allen
  358. Dc Comics Presents: JLA
  359. JLA: The Tenth Circle
  360. JLA: Pain of the Gods
  361. JLA Classified: The 4th Parallel
  362. JLA: Syndicate Rules
  363. Justice League Elite Vol 2
  364. Wonder Woman: Bitter Rivals
  365. Batman: War Drums
  366. Robin: The Teen Wonder
  367. Teen Titans: Beast Boy and Girls
  368. Batman: Death and the Maidens
  369. Year One: Batman/Ra's Al Ghul
  370. DC Comics Presents: Batman: The Secret City
  371. Catwoman Vol. 3: Relentless
  372. Catwoman: Wild Ride
  373. JLA Classified: The Hypothetical Woman
  374. Batman: War Games, Act 1: Outbreak
  375. Gotham Central Book 3: On the Freak Bat
  376. Batman: War Games, Act 2: Tides
  377. Batman: War Games, Act 3: Endgame
  378. Superman/Batman: Absolute Power
  379. Supergirl Vol 1: Power
  380. Birds of Prey: The Battle Within
  381. Superman/Batman: Vengeance
  382. Identity Crisis
  383. Robin/Batgirl: Fresh Blood
  384. Robin: To Kill a Bird
  385. JLA CLassified: Ultramarine Corps
  386. Firestorm The Nuclear Man: Reborn
  387. Robin: Days of Fire and Madness
  388. ShadowPact: The Pentacle Plot
  389. JSA: Princess of Darkness
  390. The Helmet of Fate
  391. Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon
  392. JLA Classified: Kid Amazo
  393. Superman: For Tomorrow Vol 1 & 2
  394. Spectre: Redeeming the Demon
  395. Dr Fate: Countdown to Mystery
  396. Green Lantern: Rebirth
  397. Green Lantern: No Fear
  398. Teen Titans: The Future is Now
  399. Green Arrow/Black Canary: For Better or Worse
  400. JLA: Crisis of Conscience
  401. Birds of Prey: Blood and Circuits
  402. Superman: Sacrifice
  403. Power Girl
  404. Teen Titans/Outsiders: The Insiders
  405. Infinite Crisis Omnibus
  406. Hawkgirl: Hawkman Returns
  407. Batman 80-Page Giant 2011
  408. Green Lantern Corps: Recharge
  409. Wonder Woman: Mission’s End
  410. Outsiders: Wanted
  411. Batman: Under the Red Hood
  412. Batman: Joker's Asylum, Vol. 2
  413. Teen Titans/Outsiders: The Death and Return of Donna Troy
  414. Man-Bat
  415. Batgirl: Kicking Assassins
  416. Seven Soldiers of Victory Volume 2
  417. Batgirl: Destruction's Daughter
  418. Birds of Prey: Club Kids
  419. Batman: War Crimes
  420. Gotham Central Book 4: Corrigan
  421. Birds of Prey: Perfect Pitch
  422. Green Lantern: Revenge of the Green Lanterns
  423. Spectre: Tales of the Unexpected
  424. JLA: World Without A Justice League
  425. Teen Titans: Life and Death
  426. Nightwing: Renegade
  427. Green Arrow: Heading into the Light
  428. Brave and the Bold: Vol. 1 The Lords of Luck
  429. Nightwing: Lost Years
  430. 52 Omnibus
  431. Robin: Search for a Hero
  432. World War III
  433. Robin: Wanted
  434. Supergirl Vol 2: Candor
  435. Batman: Face the Face
  436. Catwoman: The Replacements
  437. Nightwing: Brothers in Blood
  438. Superman/Batman: Worship
  439. Superman/Batman: Enemies Among Us
  440. Batman: Detective
  441. Nightwing: Love and War
  442. Wonder Woman: Who is Wonder Woman
  443. Superman: Back in Action
  444. Superman & Batman vs. Vampires & Werewolves
  445. Robin: Teenage Wasteland
  446. The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive: Full Throttle
  447. JLA: The Tornado's Path
  448. JLA/The 99
  449. Robin: The Big Leagues
  450. Booster Gold: 52 Pick-Up
  451. Manhunter: Trial By Fire
  452. Green Arrow: Road to Jericho
  453. Martian Manhunter: The Others Among Us
  454. Justice Society of America: The Next Age
  455. Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Special
  456. Manhunter: Unleashed
  457. Green Lantern: Wanted: Hal Jordan
  458. Batman: Death and The City
  459. Black Adam: The Dark Age
  460. Hawkgirl: Hath-Set
  461. Countdown to Final Crisis
  462. Countdown: Arena
  463. JLA/JSA: The Lightning Saga
  464. All Flash
  465. Wonder Woman: Love and Murder
  466. Wonder Woman: Amazons Attack
  467. Green Arrow/Black Canary: Road to the Alter
  468. Superman/Batman: Torment
  469. Outsiders/Checkmate: CheckOut
  470. Batman vs. The Undead
  471. Trials of Shazam! Vol. 1
  472. Outsiders: Five of a Kind
  473. Superman/Batman: The Search for Kryptonites
  474. Batman and Son
  475. Eclipso: Music of Spheres
  476. Batman: Under the Cowl
  477. Superman: The Third Kryptonian
  478. JLA: The Injustice League
  479. JLA: Sanctuary
  480. Secret Six: Unhinged
  481. Batman/Catwoman: Follow the Money
  482. Catwoman: Catwoman Dies
  483. Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow
  484. Supergirl: Beyond Good and Evil
  485. Teen Titans: On the Clock
  486. Green Lantern: Tales of the Sinestro Corps
  487. Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War
  488. Green Arrow and Black Canary: The Wedding Album
  489. The Flash: The Wild Wests
  490. Batman: Gotham Underground
  491. Batman and the Outsiders: The Chrysalis
  492. Catwoman: Crime Pays
  493. Salvation Run
  494. 52 Aftermath: The Four Hoursemen
  495. Blue Beetle: Road Trip
  496. Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's Al Ghul
  497. Nightwing: Freefall
  498. Robin: Violent Tendencies
  499. Batman and the Outsiders: The Snare
  500. Batman: Private Casebook
  501. Checkmate: Kobra Resurrection
  502. Booster Gold: Blue and Gold
  503. Superman/Batman: Finest Worlds
  504. Superman: Last Son
  505. Trinity Vol 1
  506. Blue Beetle: Reach For the Stars
  507. JLA: The Second Coming
  508. Tangent: Superman’s Reign
  509. Supergirl: Way of the World
  510. Superman/Batman: Night and Day
  511. Trials of Shazam! Vol. 2
  512. DC Universe: Decisions
  513. Batgirl: Redemption
  514. Batman vs. The Black Glove
  515. Green Arrow and Black Canary: Family Business
  516. Green Arrow and Black Canary: League of their Own
  517. Birds of Prey: Platinum Flats
  518. Oracle: The Cure
  519. Death of the New Gods
  520. Trinity Vol 2
  521. Trinity Vol 3
  522. Wednesday Comics
  523. Brave and the Bold: The Book of Destiny
  524. Brave and the Bold: Demons and Dragons
  525. Vixen: Return of the Lion
  526. Booster Gold: Reality Lost
  527. Catwoman: The Long Road home
  528. Superman/Batman: Sorcerer Kings
  529. Batman: Heart of Hush
  530. Blue Beetle: End Game
  531. Batman: R.I.P.
  532. Robin: Search for a Hero
  533. Batman: Time and the Batman
  534. Final Crisis
  535. JLA: When Worlds Collide
  536. Titans: Old Friends
  537. Batman: Whatever Happened To The Caped Crusader
  538. Nightwing: The Great Leap
  539. Outsiders: The Deep
  540. Azrael: Death's Dark Knight
  541. Batman: Battle for the Cowl
  542. Batman: Long Shadows
  543. Justice League: Cry for Justice
  544. Batgirl: Batgirl Rising
  545. Booster Gold: Day of Death
  546. Batman Reborn
  547. Booster Gold: The Tomorrow Memory
  548. Batman: Streets of Gotham Volume 1 - Hush Money
  549. Gotham City Sirens: Union
  550. Azrael: Angel in the Dark
  551. Batwoman: Elegy
  552. The Question: Pipeline
  553. Red Robin: The Grail
  554. Blackest Night
  555. Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps Volume 1
  556. Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps Volume 2
  557. Doom Patrol: We Who are About to Die
  558. Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps
  559. Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns
  560. Superman: Black Ring Vol 2
  561. Justice League Generations Lost Vol 1
  562. Justice League of America: Rise and Fall
  563. Red Robin: Collision
  564. Power Girl: Bomb Squad
  565. Batman: Arkham Reborn
  566. Batman: Life After Death
  567. Justice League of America: The Dark Things
  568. Justice League of America: The Rise of Eclipso
  569. Batman: Streets of Gotham Volume 2 - Leviathan
  570. Green Arrow: In The Woods
  571. Batman vs Robin
  572. DC Comics Presents: Captain Atom
  573. Booster Gold: Past Imperfect!
  574. Red Robin: Hit List
  575. Superman: Grounded Vol 1
  576. Justice League of America: Omega
  577. Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne
  578. Time Masters: Vanishing Point
  579. Batman Must Die
  580. Bruce Wayne: Road Home
  581. Batman: Imposters
  582. Team-ups of the Brave and the Bold
  583. Batman: Streets of Gotham Volume 3 - The House of Hush
  584. Brightest Day Vol 1
  585. Brightest Day Vol 2
  586. Supergirl: Who is Superwoman?
  587. Batman: Gotham Shall Be Judged
  588. Batman: Gates of Gotham
  589. Batman: Eye of the Beholder
  590. Batman Inc: Leviathan Strikes
  591. Superman: Grounded Vol 2
  592. Green Lantern: Brightest Day
  593. Brightest Day Vol 3
  594. The Flash: The Dastardly Death of the Rogues
  595. Justice League of America: The Dark Things
  596. Zatanna: The Mistress of Magic
  597. Power Girl: Old Friends
  598. Justice League Generations Lost Vol 2
  599. Superman: The Return of Doomsday
  600. Superman: Reign of the Doomsday
  601. DC Comics Presents: Legion of Super-Heroes #2
  602. Green Lantern: War of the Green Lanterns
  603. Birds of Prey: Death of Oracle
  604. Secret Six: The Darkest House
  605. Batman: Dark Knight, Vol 1 - Golden Dawn
  606. Batman: Knight and Squire
  607. Batman: The Black Mirror
  608. Gotham City Sirens: Division
  609. Dark Knight, White Knight
  610. Red Robin: 7 Days of Death
  611. Wonder Woman: Odyssey Vol 2
  612. Batgirl: The Lesson
  613. Batman: Pieces
  614. Flashpoint
  615. Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint Featuring Batman
  616. Justice League Volume 1: Origin
  617. Penguin: Pain and Prejudice
  618. Swamp Thing Volume 1: Raise Them Bones
  619. Justice League International Volume 1: Signal Masters
  620. Legion Lost Volume 1: Run From Tomorrow
  621. Stormwatch Volume 1: The Dark Side
  622. Batman and Robin Volume 1: Born to Kill
  623. Batgirl Volume 1: The Darkest Reflection
  624. Batman Volume 1: The Court of Owls
  625. Nightwing Vol 1: Traps and Trapezes
  626. Catwoman Volume 1: The Game
  627. Batman, Detective Comics Vol 1: Faces of Death
  628. Batman: The Dark Knight Vol. 1: Knight Terrors
  629. Batwoman Vol 1: Hydrology
  630. Batwing Volume 1: The Lost Kingdom
  631. Justice League Dark Vol 1: In The Dark
  632. I, Vampire Volume 1: Tainted Love
  633. Hawk And Dove Vol 1: First Strikes
  634. Suicide Squad Volume 1: Kicked in the Teeth
  635. Red Hood and the Outlaws Volume 1: REDemption
  636. O.M.A.C. Vol 1: Omactivate!
  637. Batman: Noel
  638. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
  639. Batman Beyond: Hush Beyond
  640. Batman Beyond: Industrial Revolution
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