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Uncategorized blog posts for the Real Batman Chronology’s Discontinuity Blog by Collin Colsher.

Gotham City Mayors (Part 4)

With the backing of Bruce Wayne himself, Marion Grange (debuting in Detective Comics #686) defeated Armand Krol in the election to become the next mayor of Gotham City. A liberal and former district attorney (she appears in this capacity via … Continue reading

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Gotham City Mayors (Part 3)

In the early 1980s, writer Gerry Conway took over the Batman titles and began his infamous “Marvelized” Batman run. As opposed to the mostly done-in-one capers of the past, his run featured an ongoing soap opera-like narrative that put a … Continue reading

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Help Wanted! The Golden Age Salad Days

Calling all divers hands! I’ve been filling in gaps in my timelines. Notably, I just added a Salad Days section for the New 52 (which required me to do a full re-read of the entire New 52, which I don’t … Continue reading

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Gotham City Mayors (Part 2)

Alright, so now that we’ve looked at Gotham City’s mayors during the early years of the post-Crisis Batman’s career, we’re gonna take a look at mayors who appeared in pre-Crisis comic books between 1942 and 1980. To be honest, I’m … Continue reading

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RIP Denny O’Neil

For my money, and many will agree, Denny O’Neil was the best Batman writer of all time. He was certainly one of my personal favorites. O’Neil, unlike so many of his peers (and unlike so many current writers), understood what … Continue reading

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Gotham City Mayors (Part 1)

Hey everyone! I’m PurpleGlovez, longtime reader of the site. Many years ago, Collin posted a two-part blog detailing Gotham City’s mayors in the post-Crisis era (link: https://therealbatmanchronologyproject.com/blog/the-strange-case-of-mayors-gill-and-hill/ ). For some reason, I’ve always found the fictional politics of Gotham City … Continue reading

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Lists: My Favorite Comics of 2019 & Books I Read That Were Not Comics in 2019

I’m ridiculously late because I originally wasn’t going to do a Best Of list this year… but who am I kidding. Here are ten comics I quite enjoyed in 2019 (in alphabetical order by title). Geoff Johns & Gary Frank’s … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Reboots

The rumor mill (and all recent in-story signs and signifiers) hint at something odd happening with DC’s main line in the near future‚ÄĒspecifically, the cancellation of a reboot so that another reboot can stand in its place. Geoff Johns’ Doomsday … Continue reading

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The Influence of Quantum Mechanics and Borges’ Metaphysics on Superhero Comics

The origins of the Silver Age of comics date back to the 1950s and early 1960s. Fans often misattribute an augmented narrative use of aliens, monsters, spaceships, computers, robots, and nuclear mutants with the start of the Silver Age. While … Continue reading

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Judo Chop! Part Ten

Goodbye 70s, hello 80s! Goofy martial arts panels (and even goofier martial arts/bodybuilding ads) are still a thing in DC Comics, even in 1981.

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