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Season’s Greetings from Batman And Robin!

Season’s Greetings from Batman And Robin!

Santa Joins the Dynamic Duo for Holiday Cheer! BATMAN Vol.1, No.27, February 1945; Cover Art: Jack Burnley, Ira Schnapp; Writer: Don Cameron; Penciler: Jack Burnley; Inker: Jerry Robinson During the 1940s, DC Comics produced many very memorable Christmas covers on titles such as Batman, Action Comics, Comic Cavalcade, Sensation Comics, Adventure Comics and others. These [...]
For every BATMAN, there is a BAT-GIRL!

For every BATMAN, there is a BAT-GIRL!

Batman, Robin and Batwoman meet "BAT-GIRL!" BATMANVol.1,  No.139,  April 1961;  Cover Art:  Sheldon Moldoff, Ira Schnapp;  Writer:  Bill Finger;  Penciler:  Sheldon Moldoff ;Inker:  Sheldon Moldoff At the dawn of the Silver Age of Comic Books,  DC added Batwoman as a new member of the Batman Family.  Batwoman,  in her alter ego of Kathy Kane,  was [...]
Something FISHY with Batman?

Something FISHY with Batman?

"The MERMAN Batman!! BATMAN Vol.1, No.118,  September 1958;  Cover Art:  Curt Swan,  Stan Kaye,  Ira Schnapp;  Penciler:  Sheldon Moldoff;  Inker:  Charles Paris “The Merman Batman!” in Batman #118 begins with Batman being struck by lightning as he falls into Gotham Harbor.  Robin assumes the worst and cries out that the world has lost Batman forever.  [...]
The Flying Batman!

The Flying Batman!

The Dynamic Duo's Most Amazing Adventure!! BATMAN Vol.1, No. 82, March 1954;  Cover Art:  Win Mortimer, Ira Schnapp;  Writer:  David Vern Reed;  Penciler:  Bob Kane;  Inker:  Stan Kaye Although Batman is the namesake of a flying mammal, he did not have the power of flight.  That is until Batman #82 when Batman and Robin were [...]
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 [...]
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