*DC: Once again we expand the boundaries of the comics we catalogue. 1992 is a bit modern for our listings, but we couldn’t resist adding the Batman Adventures, the series which arose from the animated TV show and (among other things) gave birth to Harley Quinn. Although ostensibly aimed at kids, the series became a firm favourite among older readers who rejoiced in a cleaner, more linear form of storytelling than was on offer in the mainstream Batman title, with each issue done-in-one. The moody atmosphere of Gotham and the iconic characters were superbly rendered by the much missed Mike Parobeck, often imitated, never bettered. Although there were many later series in this style, this original one is by far the best. We have a selection of issues plus an annual and the Mask Of The Phantasm movie special; highlights include #1 and #16 (Joker cover and story). Full details now in our catalogue.