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The 1970s was a pivotal decade for Batman, one in which he transitioned from TV's campy Caped Crusader into today's Dark Knight Detective!

Now, legendary scribe Len Wein (DC UNIVERSE: LEGACIES) tells a never-before-revealed tale from this era in a brand-new story!

Plus: Following the 26-page lead story is a classic tale originally published in the '70s, also written by Len Wein!
[Batman #307]


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An Old Concept with a New Twist 0

DC's Retro-Active: Batman 1970's brings us back to a time where the Dark Knight was returning from the campy, glorified Adam West era to his dark roots with the help of Dennis O'Neil and Neal Adams. Those two, however, aren't on this story, instead written by Len Wein and pencilled by Tom Mandrake.  The story itself was a bit of a surprise to me, and I've never grown up in the "Me Decade". I had read about how Batman's rogues only made occasional appearances during this time, but the only ones n...

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