*DC: Having recently whetted your appetites with our most important Batman update ever, we’re starting this week a new round of Batmania, featuring tales of Batman and his chums throughout their history. The flowing and dynamic art of Neal Adams graced many a cover of Batman and other DC series in the 60s and 70s, but his interior illustrations are less commonplace and much in demand, particularly his renditions of Batman, which helped re-define the public’s perception of the Gotham Guardian after the influence of the Batman TV show faded. New in this week are two of Adams’ best-regarded Batman issues: #234, which features the first appearance of the classic villain Two-Face since the 1940s, reintroducing him to a new generation and #237, in which the trail of a war criminal leads Batman & Robin to a quaint Halloween parade in Rutland, Vermont, kicking of a series of ‘Rutland specials’ which became an in-joke at both DC and Marvel for years. Both of these issues are not only high in creative quality, but in physical quality, being superior examples; Batman #234 is VF- p at £150; #237 is FN+ p £50. More Batmania next week!