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Thank you very much!!!! It helped a lot. Thank you for your effort!!!!!! But only Batman not even listed above is in your full issues collected list. Detective Comics , Batman ….
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Quick fix: Batman Vol. This helps so much, thank you! This list is amazing. From the comments some people might think a few books are out of order or a few missing. Again, not sure the rules on this vine or if i can put an email address so I can speak with someone one on one. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Let me know if I can provide an email address for a one on one tutorial.
Rambling now but boy is this overwhelming especially with all the sites out there who claim to have the definitive list. Message Board is great and i appreciate all the hard work every person who commented put in. Just need some help. Thanks again and sorry if this is confusing or long winded. This certainly helps. Olaf, you missed batman collected legends of the dark knight witch fits just before other realms. Great list. Really helpful. Also correct me if I am wrong but it seems that the in the New 52 area of Detective comics the reading order stops at Joker Endgame which collects Detective Comics Endgame 1.
I am just curios why the recommended reading order stop there when the series actually ends after 52 issues and 4 annuals. This list is so helpful!
Ive been so stressed out trying to read things in order. Is it up to date though?
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It feels like there are some newer ones missing. Hey this list is awesome. Thank you! I did want to point out that I believe The Man who Laughs takes place directly after Batman and the Mad Monk, as that ends with Batman hearing the police scanner talking about the warehouse of dead bodies that The Man who Laughs opens with. Most of Mad Monk takes place during Prey I believe , except for the ending, which takes place after. Then I found this list. And I was instantly scared away by the price tag. Real comics take a lot of money. But then I found online comics. I finally had a way to read comics for a reasonable price.
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But I have to ask. Would you recommend reading the comics on ComiXology? That was just the first thing I saw, so that became my default for reading comics. What would you recommend? This looks great! Is it a better idea to just read the arcs vs the publication order? Can we have an updated list……. Am I wrong? Where does the david finch run stands in the larger DC universe? Batman- the dark knight- knight terrors? Please help me because the trade paperback is marked with new I read exclusively in TPB form.
Is that true and could I therefore read that before the New 52 arc as well? I was curious as to the reason different storyline, just an oversight, etc. Batman Inc. It just means that Batman Inc. Thanks for this amazing guide.