A bit of a departure here as this is a full comic book (minus ads) from only twenty years ago and most definitely copyright by DC Comics. It's also the longest post we've made. This was a special issue of BATMAN published in Canada in connection with a department store chain called Zeller's in order to promote literacy. What makes it immensely interesting to the old-time collector is the art. The cover, also seen here, is by Carmine Infantino, the man who revamped the Caped Crusader with his "New Look" in 1964. The interiors are even better, reuniting the Swanderson team of Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson. None of these folks were getting regular work from DC by '92 with Swan pretty much put out to pasture after the mid-eighties revamp of Superman by Byrne and Wolfman. And I love their take on The Joker! Very different than what we've come to expect! This was not your typical nineties Batman. No, this was the sixties Batman, somehow making one last miraculous appearance...in Canada.