Help pleaae

I wanna get back into Batman comic books and I don’t know where to start lol I just read Knightfalkl again after like 10 years of not reading comics … please recommend where I should start that would be awesome thanks for helping :fist_right::fist_left:

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Batman (2011) #1 and Batman (2016) #1 are both good starting points.

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What Hub said.

If you want to read some individual comics

Where to Start Reading Batman
Comics
Joshua Lapin-Bertone
thursday April 11

shorted to just include stories

Batman: Year One
WHERE TO FIND IT: Batman
#404-407

Batman Year two

WHERE TO FIND IT Detective
Comics #575-578

Batman: Hush

WHERE TO FIND IT Batman
#608-619

“Daughter of the Demon”

WHERE TO FIND IT Batman
#232

Batman: The Long Halloween

WHERE TO FIND IT: Batman:
The Long Halloween #1-13

Batman: Strange Apparitions

WHERE TO FIND IT Writer
Steve Englehart comes on board
with Detective Comics #469-
479, but things really get
cooking when artist Marshall
Rogers joins him for issue #471
through the team’s fınal issue,
#476.

“The Court of Owls”

WHERE TO FIND IT: Batman
(2011) #1-7

“To Kill a Legend”

WHERE TO FIND IT Detective
Comics #500

HONORABLE MENTION
Batman: The Dark Knight
Returns

Resonates more powerfully if one has read a few of the above titles first.

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Depends on how long you’ve been into comics. I’d recommend taking advantage of some of the great golden, silver & Bronze Age comics on the service. You can filter by age, if memory serves.

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Batman (1940) #608 is your friend, who in turn has more friends.

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If you want to sample the classic stories, here are a few notable ones…

Detective Comics #36 (first Hugo Strange): https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/book/detective-comics-1937-36/893279ad-8147-4231-86b9-ca9e377f80cf
Detective Comics #38 (first Robin): https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/book/detective-comics-1937-38/bbe01ec4-d9c9-4ac5-9e9e-ef2719aff731
Batman #1 (first Joker & Catwoman): https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/book/batman-1940-1/fc38500e-f6d5-439f-9f72-a9aeee0d4d1f
Detective Comics #40 (first Clayface): https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/book/detective-comics-1937-40/aa1ba233-1930-469a-9902-320b2df9f2f3
Detective Comics #58 (first Penguin): https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/book/detective-comics-1937-58/371cb457-fa0f-415a-954e-70f7476c7c8f

If you want to see where Batman went solo again at the dawn of the Bronze Age after about 3 decades with Robin, here is the starting point…

Detective Comics #393: https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/book/detective-comics-1937-393/0d7d31a8-7d96-4879-b4ff-62fe70184ba4
Batman #217: https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/book/batman-1940-217/5988aef6-6c27-409c-bc55-11ead74d5f1f

If you want to catch up on the most current comics, here’s where you’d want to begin…

Batman Eternal: https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/series/batman-eternal-2014/b719a4b3-b8fd-4e47-9a7c-530a5bad62e9
Batman & Robin Eternal: https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/series/batman-robin-eternal-2015/27c1ae55-11bf-4a0a-aa3a-16037ace8a9a
Detective Comics Rebirth: https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/series/detective-comics-2016/ed3180f9-48be-41b5-a5c6-3f30275d5f41
Batman Rebirth: https://www.dcuniverse.com/comics/series/batman-2016/bf73a76a-c16d-439c-b3f1-b74a03e34198

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