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The Batman Chronicles

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The Batman Chronicles

The Batman Chronicles
Cover of The Batman Chronicles #9 (Summer 1997). Art by Hugh Fleming.
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
Schedule Quarterly
Format Ongoing series
Genre
Publication date July 1995 - Winter 2001
Number of issues 23

The Batman Chronicles is a series of comics published by DC Comics from 1995 to 2001, which lasted 23 quarterly issues and a series of collections.

Publication history

With a larger page count than typical comics of the time, most issues contained three separate stories, with Batman usually featuring in at least one of them, and others featuring Batman's friends and foes. The additional four issues of a quarterly title allowed DC to, along with the four existent monthly titles, publish a Batman comic every week of the year.

Collected Editions

  • Batman: Anarky (Batman Chronicles #1)
  • Batman: Contagion (Batman Chronicles #4)
  • Batgirl: The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Batman Chronicles #9)
  • Batman: Year One Hundred (Batman Chronicles #11)
  • Batman: Cataclysm (Batman Chronicles #12)
  • Batman: Road to No Man's Land Vol. 1 (The Batman Chronicles #14)
  • Batman: Road to No Man's Land Vol. 2 (The Batman Chronicles #15-16)
  • Batman: No Man's Land Vol. 1 (Batman Chronicles #16)
  • Batman: No Man's Land Vol. 2 (Batman Chronicles #17)
  • Batman: No Man's Land Vol. 4 (Batman Chronicles #18)

External links

  • Batman Chronicles title index




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