The order is based on the following principles in order to choose the placement and inclusion of each issue; the issue must be canon, it must feature Batman or at least be a closely related spin-off, issues will be placed in the most appropriate order without splitting the multiple stories it could contain, and it will be placed in the order in which it should be read.
For that last point, we consider flashback issues to be read a the point that the tale is being told, though issues that take place in the past are placed at that particular point in time.
The place Aztlan is mentioned in several ethnohistorical sources dating from the colonial period, and each of them give different lists of the different tribal groups who participated in the migration from Aztlan to central Mexico, but the Mexica who went on to found Mexico-Tenochtitlan are mentioned in all of the accounts.
While Aztlán has many trappings of myth, similar to Tamoanchan, Chicomoztoc, Tollan, and Cibola, archaeologists have nonetheless attempted to identify a geographic place of origin for the Mexica. 1537–1588), who chronicled the history of the Aztecs, wrote of Aztec emperor Moctezuma I's attempt to recover the history of the Mexica by congregating warriors and wise men on an expedition to locate Aztlán.
Even keeping one’s collection organized can be extremely confusing.
Not only did it contain multiple titles, such as Detective Comics, Batman as well as spin-offs such as Robin, but the order in which to read them are necessarily the same as the publication order.
Guided by their priest, the Aztec fled, and, on the road, their god Huitzilopochtli forbade them to call themselves Azteca, telling them that they should be known as Mexica.
Ironically, scholars of the 19th century—in particular Alexander von Humboldt and William H. that the southward migration began on May 24, 1064 CE, after the Crab Nebula events from May to July 1054.