|Publication date||January, 1997 — March, 1997|
|No. of issues||3|
|Written by||Howard Chaykin|
Batman: Thrillkiller is a one-shot comic book published in 1997, with one three-issue miniseries and one one-shot collected into one volume:
- Batgirl and Robin: Thrillkiller (1997) - Barbara Gordon (Batgirl) and Dick Grayson (Robin) as part of the 1960s counterculture. (three issues)
This section needs an improved plot summary. (March 2016)
The story begins in 1961, a time of transition between the 1950s and the dawn of the Sexual Revolution and the Vietnam War. Nobody could anticipate the darkness that lay ahead, especially between the two masked defenders Batgirl and Robin. For them, the joyride was about to end, and the last stop was death.
- Goldstein, Hilary (2005-06-02). "Batman: Thrillkiller Review". Uk.ign.com. Retrieved 2016-03-06.
- Renaud, Jeffrey (December 2, 2015). "Brereton Re-Teams with Batman for "Legends of the Dark Knight"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-06.
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