Episode 67 – Batman: Hidden Treasures

Welcome to the sixty-sseventh episode of The Overlooked Dark Knight. The is a non-index index show where the hosts, Andrew Leyland and Michael Bailey, look at Batman comics that rarely, if ever, get talked about.

This time out Andy and Mike talk about the 2010 one shot titled Batman: Hidden Treasures. This special featured a never-before released Bernie Wrightson Batman story made up entirely of splash pages. Ron Marz provided the script for the story and before you know it DC has a new Bernie Wrightson Batman story to sell. The fact that it’s really good helped too. The guys chat about the story and the reprint of Swamp Thing #7 that was in the back of the book. They also go on several tangents involving Superman and Lois, music, and so much more.

Below are the covers and select pages from the comic discussed during this epiosde.

Andy and Mike want your feedback on this episode so they can read it on an upcoming show!  You even have options in how you leave your feedback.  The most direct way is to leave a comment right here on the site.  You can also send all questions, concerns, fears and trepidations to overlookeddarkknight@gmail.com.  Then there’ the Facebook page, where you can also leave a Batman related question for Andy and Mike to answer at the beginning of the show.  If you talk about this show on the social medias please include a #overlookeddk so the guys know where to find it.

The beginning and ending theme to the show is “Unlimited Glory”, which was composed by Rafael Krux and licensed through Shockwave-Sound.

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Next Time: The first part of a two part look at Batman year one. Not Batman: Year One. No. The guys are going to be discussing at the actual first year of Batman’s publishing history.

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