Best batman stories
In Detective Comics 33however, six months after creating him, Finger and Kane distinguished Batman from other vigilantes in the simplest way possible: The element of a mental challenge was there, too, though, as Batman was confronted with the man who ordered the murder of the Waynes, but who couldn't remember doing it thanks to a convenient bout of amnesia. Sign In Don't have an account? Besides, are you going to tell Bill Finger that Batman shouldn't be weird sometimes? Two things of note about this story: Between that and the scene that shows Batman talking to crooks who actually did reform after he apprehended them, there's a compassion and hope to this story that really makes it feel like Batman is accomplishing more than just trouncing the villain of the month. For any fans looking for a more down to earth comic book version of the Dark Knight, this story will be right up their crime alley. This classic story features a retired Bruce Wayne taking up the mantle of Batman once again when the cries from Gotham City become too great. While "The Joker" shows the Clown Prince of Crime's calculating, sinister side, "The Joker Returns" amped him up as a terrifying and ruthlessly murderous villain.