Back Issue! #99 spotlights the 25th anniversary of "Batman: The Animated Series"

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TwoMorrow's Back Issue! #99, set to hit shelves on August 9, 2017, is a special issue dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Batman: The Animated Series, and one that fans should definitely pick-up. Having had the chance to read the issue, I can't recommend it enough. It's thorough, incredibly well-researched and features some great new behind-the-scenes content and interviews. It also offers up a look at the overall impact and reach of Batman: The Animated Series. Official details and cover artwork can be found below, along with a link on how to purchase it.

Back Issue! #99



September 2017 - 84 Full-Color pages, $8.95US
BACK ISSUE celebrates BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES' 25th ANNIVERSARY! An all-star creator line-up looks back at the influential, perennially popular Batman cartoon series. Plus: a BTAS episode guide, BTAS Batmobile toys, a Harley Quinn history, DC’s Batman Adventures and Animated Universe comic books, and a tribute to the late, great artist MIKE PAROBECK. Featuring KEVIN ALTIERI, BRIAN AUGUSTYN, RICK BURCHETT, KEVIN “Batman” CONROY, SEAN CATHERINE DEREK, BOB “Commissioner Gordon” HASTINGS, DENNY O’NEIL, MARTIN PASKO, DAN RIBA, ANDREA ROMANO, TY TEMPLETON, BRUCE TIMM, and others! Featuring a heart-stopping Harley Quinn cover by Timm. Edited by MICHAEL EURY.


Again, for Batman: The Animated Series fans, it's pretty much a must-read.

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Is it 84 pages worth of material about Batman the Animated series :)eek: if so!) or is it a one of the articles in the magazine?
 

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Got one of these on order that'll go on the shelf right next to the indispensable tome that is Batman Animated. Got to wait for stock to come in, but the effort and waiting is something I highly recommend to fans. Really does look like a lot of meaty content for a modest sum.
 

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I'm about halfway through. Definitely well written and informative read on behind the scenes of B:TAS. Lot of great anecdotes. The one bit about the making of Sub-Zero was pretty hilarious, imo, with whatever exec asking them 'why can't you just sub 'Mr. Freeze' in wherever 'Bane' is in the script? :D

Pretty neat Romano brainstormed Patrick Stewart, Michael York and Christopher Lee for Ra's al Ghul.
 

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