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  1. Michael
    Michael at |

    Very interesting map…I am not well versed enough in Batman to comment on its accuracy but I love the idea behind it!

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  2. BatmanisBW
    BatmanisBW at |

    Isn’t “Scarecrow Year One” a continuity inconsistency? In that story Robin was already around before Scarecrow debuted, but in “The long Halloween” Scarecrow was around before Robin debuted.

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  3. Luca
    Luca at |

    What are you saying bluedevil? Turning points #1 can easily be put without having to skip to Knighfall. If not in your opinion tell me why.

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  4. Luca
    Luca at |

    In Batman Year One Harvey Dent isn’t Two-Face yet so it fits with TP #1.
    I don’t see any issue which conflicts with it. Could you please tell me which ones are these issues?

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  5. Luca
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    Technically, you can see it also in wikipedia, TP#1 is right after Batman Year One so Two-Face doesn’t exist yet. Even if it’s been released on January 2001 it doesn’t mean you can’t read it after Year One. If it’s read after Year One and before Annual #14 there aren’t any problems, are there? I have a question that you probably know since you made this list: is there any comic which Gordon’s wife and son return to Gotham?

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  6. Luca
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    sorry I hadn’t understood. Yeah it isn’t very clear, but you can imagine they came back in the meantime. Let’s say you can choose whether put it in continuity or not because technically as far as I know DC considers it canon but it makes that error, so the reader chooses if imagine that they came back in the meantime or consider it a continuity error.

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  7. Luca
    Luca at |

    bluedevil may I ask you something? I already know that Batman TH and DV make some continuity errors, but I’m wondering if they are big continuity errors. Since you didn’t put them in your continuity could you tell me what are the biggest ones?

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  8. Luca
    Luca at |

    which stories do you dump? and anyway did you read all the comics that appear in the list? sorry for all the questions but I just started reading batman (2 months ago), and finding all the post crisis batman stories in chronological order is pretty difficult; for now I read the best ones like Batman Arkham Asylum, Year One, TLH, DV, the Killing Joke, TDKR and the Man Who Laughs but now I want a complete Batman from the beginning to the end, so I’m searching and asking everywhere. So I thank you for all your answers.

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  9. Luca
    Luca at |

    so?

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