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Batman’s Most Ordinary Adventures

Who He Is and How He Came to Be

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It was David Willis, so far as I know, who first postulated that if slapstick comedy becomes more funny as the intelligence of its victim rises, then Batman is the greatest straight man in the world, capable of making anything funny. That’s probably why the Joker likes him so much. That’s probably also why Sarah Johnson‘s Ordinary Batman Adventures series is so popular, so check it out when you’re done looking at this small sample here.

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