im Aparo was one of the premier Batman artists of the
1970s, working primarily on the Batman team-up title THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD.
Now, DC collects Aparo's run on the series in hardcover for the first time from
the beginning. Aparo portrayed Batman as a detective who operated in shadow, yet
captured the action and thrills of the Caped Crusader. In these stories, the
Caped Crusader crosses paths with The Flash, Metamorpho, Green Lantern, Wonder
Woman, Supergirl, Green Arrow, Swamp Thing, the Joker and many more. Collects
BRAVE AND THE BOLD #151, #154-155, #157-162, #168-170, #173-182, #184-189,
Born in 1926, Robert G. Haney entered the comics field in 1948, writing war, crime and western stories for a wide variety of publishers, including Fawcett, Quality, Fox, Harvey, Toby, Hillman and St. John. By 1956, however, he was working almost exclusively for DC, where he would remain until the early 1980s. In the course of his long career, Haney worked on a vast number of DC titles, but he is perhaps best known for his pivotal role in the creation of Metamorpho, Eclipso and the original Teen Titans, his long runs on BATMAN AND ROBIN, SUICIDE SQUAD, TOMAHAWK and MYSTERY IN SPACE, and his prodigious contributions to editor Robert Kanigher's line of war comics.