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PLAY BALL – IT’S OPENING DAY!

PLAY BALL – IT’S OPENING DAY!

Superman Out or Safe at Home?  Sneak Peek 2021 Vintage DC. WORLD'S FINEST COMICS Vol.1, No.15, September 1944;  Cover Art:  Jack Burnley;  Writer:  Jerry Siegel;  Penciler:  Jon Small;  Inker:  George Roussos One of the joys of Golden Age DC Comics is seeing our heroes having a good time together, like on the cover of this [...]
Batman Falls In LOVE!!

Batman Falls In LOVE!!

Is it Vickie Vail?  Catwoman?  Let's Find Out.... BATMAN Vol.1,  No.87,  October 1954;  Cover Art:  Win Mortimer,  Ira Schnapp;  Writer:  William Woolfolk;  Penciler:  Bob Kane;  Inker:  Stan Kaye Batman falls in love!  Or did he?  In this story,  Batman pretends to fall in love with a foreign star,  who is the subject of a plot [...]
The Dark Knight Descends on the City…

The Dark Knight Descends on the City…

The Whirlwind Adventures of Batman and Robin. BATMAN Vol.1,  No.4,  December 1940;  Cover Art:  Bob Kane,  Jerry Robinson;  Writer:  Bill Finger;  Penciler:  Bob Kane;  Inkers:  George Roussos,  Jerry Robinson Not only is the origin of the Batman directly related to the death of his parents,  his evolution as the Dark Knigh twas shaped by his [...]
Nuthin’ but a Hound Dog Batman!

Nuthin’ but a Hound Dog Batman!

Introducing "ACE" The Bat-Hound! BATMAN Vol.1,  No.92,  June 1955;  Cover Art:  Win Mortimer,  Ira Schnapp;  Writer:  Bill Finger;  Penciler:  Sheldon Moldo;  Inker:  Charles Paris When Batman and Robin rescue a drowning dog,  little do they know that they would be gaining a crime- fighting ally!  After Bruce Wayne places a lost-dog ad in the paper,  [...]
Will the Caped Crusaders run into a Brick Wall?

Will the Caped Crusaders run into a Brick Wall?

Batman and Robin tangle with the Joker in "The House that Jokes Built!" DETECTIVE COMICS Vol.1,  No.109,  March 1946;  Cover Art:  Jack Burnley,  Ray Burnley;  Writer:  Don Cameron;  Penciler:  Win Mortimer;  Inker:  Win Mortimer Batman and Robin have tussled with the Joker more times than we can count,  with the pasty-faced madman portrayed as everything [...]