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    Reviews - Detective Comics - #327

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The Infantino era begins - The Baron
This issue is from the period where Carmine Infantino began to take the style of Batman comics into the 60's. It's a marked contrast with the work of other Batman artists at the time, who were still drawing comics in the 50's or even late 40's style.

The story itself, like so many of the era, concerns Batman and Robin attempting to solve a puzzling and imaginative crime, with the obligatory last-act revelations and fisticuffs. The identities of Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson are only used to discover the mystery in the first place.




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