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by Bob Haney,Robert Kanigher


Bob Haney wrote all the stories except for the war tale, written by Bob Kanigher.

1401204058 (ISBN13: 9781401204051). This book collects several team-ups from The Brave and the Bold, before Batman took over regular team-up duties. Bob Haney wrote all the stories except for the war tale, written by Bob Kanigher. Haney provides some interesting plots and lots of Silver Age pseudo-science.

This picks up the concept with Batman and Green Lantern against the Time Commander. I remember the Brave and the Bold as a team-up vehicle for Batman and other DC universe characters. However, these team-ups are before that time

This picks up the concept with Batman and Green Lantern against the Time Commander. However, these team-ups are before that time. While there is a Batman team-up (the final issue, with Green Lantern), he doesn't appear anywhere else. Rather, we get a pretty good variety of heroes here, including team-ups between Green Arrow and the Martian Manhunter, Hawkman and Aquaman, the Atom and the Flash, the Metal Men and the Atom, etc.

The Brave and the Bold Team-Up. by Bob Haney and Robert Kanigher.

Inker Bob Brown, Charles Paris, George Roussos, Gil Kane, Bernard Baily, Alex Toth, Joe Kubert. Introduction Robert Klein, Michael Uslan. Penciller Ramona Fradon, Bob Brown, George Roussos, Gil Kane, Bernard Baily, Alex Toth, Joe Kubert. Written by: Robert Kanigher, Bob Haney.

Bernard Baily/Cover Artist. Robert Kanigher/Writer. George Roussos/Penciler. Howard Purcell/Penciler. Bruno Premiani/Penciler. Ramona Fradon/Penciler. Bernard Baily/Penciler. George Roussos/Inker.

Biographies for Bernard Baily, Murray Boltinoff, Bob Brown, Ramona Fradon, Bob Haney, Gil Kane, Robert Kanigher, George Kashdan, Joe Kubert, Charles Paris, Bruno Premiani, Howard Purcell, George Roussos and Alex.

Biographies for Bernard Baily, Murray Boltinoff, Bob Brown, Ramona Fradon, Bob Haney, Gil Kane, Robert Kanigher, George Kashdan, Joe Kubert, Charles Paris, Bruno Premiani, Howard Purcell, George Roussos and Alex Toth. Table of Contents: 21) (Expand) /. promo (ad from the publisher), 1 page (report information). 11. The Challenge of the Expanding World Atom and Flash. 12. Kid Flash, Aqualad and Robin. 13. The Thousand-and-One Dooms of Mr. Twister Kid Flash, Aqualad and Robin. 14. Metal Men and Atom. 15. Revenge of the Robot Reject Metal Men and Atom.

Manufacturer: DC Comics Release date: 1 June 2005 ISBN-10 : 1401204058 ISBN-13: 9781401204051.

Volume Published by DC Comics. Brave and the Bold was followed up with two miniseries in 1991 and 1999. Showcase Presents: Brave and the Bold: Batman Team-ups Vol. 1 ( 64, 67-71, 74-87). The magazine was revived in 2007 as an ongoing title. Whilst it started out as a triple-feature for The Silent Knight, The Viking Prince and Robin Hood, the most consistent theme for the series was team ups by two heroes from the DC Universe with the majority being Batman team-ups. Wonder Girl: Adventures of A Teen Titan Volume 1 (.Batman In The Brave & The Bold: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 1 (.

Written by Bob Haney and Robert Kanigher. Art by Joe Kubert, Alex Toth, and Ramona Fradon. Cover by George Roussos

Written by Bob Haney and Robert Kanigher. Cover by George Roussos. Hardcover, 218 pages, full color.

Bob Haney, Robert Kanigher. Collects: Brave and the Bold 50-56, 59. Support For All Timelines

Bob Haney, Robert Kanigher. Publisher(s): DC Comics.

The wildfire success of THE BRAVE THE BOLD team-ups made it a showcase for characters deserving of wider recognition and artists showcasing their work to readers. It gave birth to characters such as the Viking Prince and Silent Knight, and later to the Justice League of America and Silver Age Hawkman. In this first volume of eight stories from 1963- 1965, the bravest of heroes meet, often for the first time, with the boldest of compatriots.
Unde
The Brave and the Bold is a title that's become associated with Batman. For the last 130+ issues of its pre-Crisis run, Brave and the Bold was Batman + guest star battle bad guy. However, before the title was annexed by Batman with Issue #67, the title went through many incarnations. 50 Issues were a mixed bag, Issue 28 introduced the Justice League of America, with Issue 49 being Strange Sports Stories. With Issue 50, the title became a Superhero team up magazine where two different superheroes would join forces. It was key in establishing a DC Universe. As the introduction of this book states, Superman had already established quite a family of supporting characters, but it takes more than that to build an interconnected hero universe.

Issue #50-Martian Manhunter and Green Arrow: Two back up characters. You could really sense that the publishers were tenatively dipping their toe in the water to see how this team up thing would work. It was striking because Martian Manhunter had to fight other Martians and mind control's a big thing leading to a real nice plot twist. Overall: A-

Issue #51-Aqauman and Hawkman-The King of the Sea and the Master of the Air against an Atlantean menace and due to mind control, their own reliable allies are turned against them including both sea animals and Hawkgirl. Overall: A.

Issue #52: A team up from the war comics as Lt. Cloud has to get a key agent to headquarters. But to succeed he'll need a little from the Haunted Tank and Sergeant Rock of Easy Company. Really out of place among these superhero stories but surprisingly good. No wonder Sergeant Rock has been so popular through the years. Overall: A-

Issue #53: The Atom and the Flash are duped by a scientist under alien control into being part of his plot to expand a microverse and destroy the Earth. Lots of pseudoscience but plenty of excitement. Overall: A

Issue #54: This was not an official Teen Titan Adventure and there's no Wonder Girl here but we can consider it a pilot for the Teen Titans as Robin, Aqualad, and Kid Flash race to a town where there's a misunderstanding between kids and parents and the evil Twister steps in. Good Silver Age story that proves Robin's worthy as leader of the Titans even without superpowers. Overall: A-

Issue #55: The Metal Men are falling apart and the Atom is called to investigate. The culprit is Uranium, a rogue rejected Metal Man. I've never read the Metal Men and this story didn't make them all that appealing, but it was still a good solid Atom Story. Rating: B+

Issue #56: A strange creature appears who can mimic the powers of the Justice League, any two heroes at a time. It turns out an alien creature who received rejection on its own world. Think Super Skrull with a love story element. Overall, still pretty good. Rating: B+

Issue #59: Issues #57 and 58 took time off from the team up to introduce Metamorpho. This picks up the concept with Batman and Green Lantern against the Time Commander. The story is strong overall despite the Time Commander making a very stupid mistake to allow our heroes to defeat him. However, the ending where they forget each other's secret identities is a little weird. Rating: B+

These are solid all-star stories and this whole series is one I wish would see another collection. However, most other team up issues have been collected. Issue 60 with the Teen Titans in their own Archive/Showcase, Issues 61 and 62 in the Black Canary Archives, Issue 66 in the Metamorpho Showcase case collection and most other issues in Batman and the Bold Showcases. However, uncollected anywhere is Issue 63 with Wonderwoman and Supergirl and 65 with the Flash and Doom Patrol.

Still, this is an enjoyable collection filled with some of the best DC superheroes of the Silver Age and a great read if you can find it.
MARK BEN FORD
The archive buzzard here again. With the prices you can find these books at, you can't help but love them. I got this for under twenty bucks (shipping included), for a fifty dollar cover.

I remember the Brave and the Bold as a team-up vehicle for Batman and other DC universe characters. However, these team-ups are before that time. While there is a Batman team-up (the final issue, with Green Lantern), he doesn't appear anywhere else. Rather, we get a pretty good variety of heroes here, including team-ups between Green Arrow and the Martian Manhunter, Hawkman and Aquaman, the Atom and the Flash, the Metal Men and the Atom, etc. And as you can guess, sometimes they work, and sometimes they don't. I was surprised how much I liked the Metal Men team-up (mentioned earlier). On the downside, the weirdest team-up (between Sgt. Rock, Lt. Cloud and...a haunted tank?) was the worst. I've heard that DC's war comics were pretty good. Nothing in this comic makes me want to purchase their archives.

As usual, the books are high quality. Good paper quality, nice reproductions, beautiful color (at least to this amateur's eyes). DC really does create archive editions here. As with many of these, it's really a matter of taste. I love just about all comics, so getting these on my shelves at a great price is a great boon. Others may disagree. Enjoy!
Fenritaur
These may not be the greatest comics ever made. They're just fun, done-in-one stories that appealed to the young reader I once was. I'm so sick of modern "epics" that take 6 months at $3 or $4 per issue to tell stories that a better writer would condense and a better artist would not pump up the resale value of the original art with excessive splash pages.

This collection reprints the earliest team-ups from The Brave & The Bold, including a couple issues that have not appeared in either characters DC Showcase black&white reprints. Issue 53 features Atom and Flash with Alex Toth artwork and #56, with Flash & Martian Manhunter. The last issue in this Archive is #59, the first Batman team-up (with Green Lantern) that also appears in DC Showcase Presents: Brave & Bold: Batman Team-Ups Vol.1.

Only team-ups from this title still to be reprinted are Supergirl & Wonder Woman from #63 and #65's Flash/Doom Patrol stories.
Malara
this a great book it has alot of great team ups .it sad that this is the only one there is no vol #2
Fearlessrunner
These archive books are the bomb. They are so well made and full of creativity that they will be enjoyable to those that weren't around when they came out.
virus
A welcome addition to the DC Archives library. Featuring some of the lesser known superheroes of the DC universe, in their earlier adventures.
Quashant
100% Recommended. Fast and smooth operation
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The Brave  the Bold Team-Up Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive Editions) ebook
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