Thursday, January 16, 2020
QBP #147 - Batman #266
Batman 266, DC Comics, cover-dated August 1975.
"The Curious Case of the Catwoman's Coincidences," was written by Denny O'Neill, with art by Irv Novick and Dick Giordano.
What happens when Professor Alan visits Batman in the 1970s? Does the Caped Crusader let his feelings for Catwoman cloud his crime-fighting prowess? Is relying on coincidence a solid narrative technique? And is it a good idea to rely on a cat to not betray you?
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