From the time his first story was published in 1969, Gerry Conway became one of the most prolific and highly regarded comics writers of the era. He wrote for nearly every character being published at the time, and his original creations--including Firestorm, Steel and Vixen--changed comics history forever. Conway's work had a profound affect on the legacy of Batman, with his creations Killer Croc and Jason Todd becoming mainstays in the legend of the Dark Knight. Now collected for the first time are these classic Batman stories in special DC hardcover in TALES OF THE BATMAN: GERRY CONWAY VOL. 2. Batman tries to uncover the true identity of the villainous Snowman terrorizing Gotham City. The city doesn't rest as the Wayne Manor is rumored to be haunted, and when the GCPD investigates against Bruce Wayne's wishes, they find none other than Man-Bat! Tune in as Batman faces classic villains and continues to be the World's Greatest Detective. Collects BATMAN #337-346 and #348; WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #270; DETECTIVE COMICS #505-513.
Gerry Conway began his professional comic book career in 1969, when DC Comics published his first work in its anthology THE HOUSE OF SECRETS. He went on to co-create the characters Firestorm, Nuclear Man, Vixen and Killer Croc for DC. Conway also worked for Marvel Comics, where he notably wrote The Night Gwen Stacy Died in The Amazing Spider-Man #121, as well as serving briefly as that company's Editor-in-Chief. His numerous writing credits include the first DC/Marvel crossover, SUPERMAN VS. SPIDER-MAN. In addition to comics, Conway has published the science fiction novels The Midnight Dancers and Mindship. He has also written for and/or produced such TV series as Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Baywatch Nights, Silk Stalkings, Law and Order, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, The Huntress and Batman: The Animated Series.