Classic Comic Reviews: Batman LOTDK Halloween Special Review-‘Choices’

(Note from Site Editor. We will of course continue our focus on creator owned comics, and comic stores, but we also like to highlight creators in the medium that truly made a difference with their early works. Not many people can cite a profound influence on the medium or characters. Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale were some of the creators that did. Their work on Batman and other works in the medium are profound. Lets take a look at one of their early works).  Many people are of course familiar with the perennial best Batman stories of Year One, Long Halloween, etc. etc. Before Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale  entered the  hallowed legion of Comics Masters, they were just starting out in comics around the year of 1993. They had just completed a run on Challenger of the Unknown in 1991, and were still an unproven team in comics. Enter Archie Goodwin. Goodwin was a highly respected editor in the comics industry who was known to nurture talent and help facilitate true comic art. Batman Legends of The Dark Knight (LOTDK) was a new comics series that came out after the success of The Batman movie in 1989. Goodwin was the editor on the title until his untimely passing in 1998. Successes that came out of his run were several amazing Batman stories. Goodwin gave a chance on the young team of Loeb and Sale with a LOTDK Halloween  Special. Loeb had a background in movies and knew how to market himself and the projects he was working on. (On a side note, I highly encourage everyone to check...