After more than 80 years since his first appearance in Detective Comics #27, Batman still has a few original stories to tell, which cannot be easy. Creators of new Batman films, whether in live action or in animation, are faced with a challenge to tell new stories that have not been repeatedly drawn from the same well in earlier releases. Give credit then to the producers of Batman: Soul of the Dragon, which features the Batman of the 1970s epitomized in the stylized comic book artwork of Neal Adams and Jim Aparo.[Review]
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