BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT Issues #149 - #153.
Launched in 1989 as a stand-alone title following the huge popularity of the Tim Burton Batman movie, Batman: Legends Of The Dark Knight was intially different from mainstream Batman titles. The title showcased constantly rotating creative teams working working for five issue arcs to produce stories of graphic novel quality, and it featured stories that were not necessarily part of current continuity. This meant that each team could pick an era of the character's career and work within that time frame and not be bound by current events in the mainstream Batman titles.
Eventually events of the book would impact upon other Batman comics, most memorably with Denny O'Neil's story Venom, penciled by Trevor Von Eeden and inked by Jose Garcia-Lopez, a story that showed Batman taking a performance enhancing drug, a drug which would be abused by Bane, a character that would be Batman's undoing.
In 2002, eleven years after their acclaimed Venom series, Trevor Von Eeden once again teamed with Jose Louis Garcia-Lopez with covers by fan facourite John Cassady to create yet another memorable run on the Legends Of The Dark Knight title, Grimm, marking one of the few times an artistic team has been invited back to the book. At the time DC announced the story-line, written by Jean Marc (J.M) DeMatties as, "A new Legend begins - this one focusing on Dick Grayson, at the very beginning of his career as Robin. The Boy Wonder follows a street pickpocket right into the lair of the joyfully inane Mother Grimm, who collects homeless and wayward children while putting them to work and allowing them to live in her subterranean world. But there's trouble in this 'paradise." The art showed that Trevor wasn't living off past glories and could still produce a unique vision of the Batman.
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