DC Comics // October 1992 - October 1995
Issue count: 36
Follow the animated stories of the classic masked vigilante!
The Batman Adventures represents a change in the way comics were normally published. It is set in the continuity and style of the TV series Batman: The Animated Series, opposed to the regular DC universe.
The first series ran for 36 issues, 2 annuals, and 3 specials (Mad Love and Holiday Special were both adapted into episodes for The New Batman Adventures, plus an adaptation of the Batman: Mask of the Phantasm movie).
After the TV series was renamed to The Batman and Robin Adventures in 1995, so did the comic series. However, the comic was still loved by the audience and, in total, there are over 100 issues featuring the adventures of Batman, and then Batman and Robin.
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What's Batman Adventures #12 worth in 2023?
This book is as hot as ever and has cemented it's place among the most desirable comics of the 90's. Just 10 years ago this book regularly sold for around $100 in NM/MT 9.8. Books between Fine 6.0 and VF/NM 9.0 plentiful and could be gotten for $30 - $75. The last decade has seen a meteoric rise in value as the latest 9.8 graded copy just sold for nearly $3,700 on ebay! A Fine 6.0 graded copy will set you back $500. This is a must have for fans of Gothams Rogue's Gallery of villains!
Why is this comic book valuable?
Few knew in 1993 when "Harley Quinn" made her debut in Batman Adventures #12 that she would be the Joker's most famous victim. One of the few to survive his dark and devious scheming, she not only survived but thrived as she became his partner in crime and "love" interest. To everyone else Harley would refer to the Joker as "Mr. J" but privately she called him her "puddin'" and so DC Comics version of Bonnie and Clyde was born. Harley has appealed to a wide range of readers as villainess, victim and sometimes almost hero. You can bet she isn't going anywhere anytime soon!
Price Guide Report
|GD 2.0||VG 4.0||FN 6.0||VF 8.0||NM 9.4||RECORD SALE!|