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! …

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…

Super Hero Sale’s on NOW! We’re talkin’ about DAD!!

50% OFF FATHER'S DAY SALE! Sure, Superman can fly and Batman and Robin can cripple crime like the caped crusaders they be, BUT there's no more deserving than DAD when it comes to the term "SUPER HERO!"  In honor of Dads all over the world…

The Cat wants to play. Don’t fall for it Batman!!

Batman and Robin Skating on Thin Ice thanks to CATWOMAN! BATMAN Vol.1, No.39, February 1947; Cover Art: Jack Burnley, Charles Paris, Ira Schnapp;  Writer: Bill Finger;  Penciler: Bob Kane;  Inker:  Ray Burnley Batman and Robin seemed to be on thin ice many times in the…

WORLD’S FINEST COMICS!

SURF'S UP!! By 1941, it was clear to DC Comics that Superman and Batman were their most popular, and bestselling superheroes.  What better way to capitalize on this success than to have them appear together on the cover of an anthology comic book?  Batman and…

To Breathe or not to Breathe.. That is the question for Robin!

Will the Bubble Burst for the Boy Wonder?!! In the early 1940's as Batman and Robin soared in popularity, Jerry Robinson was one of the great early Batman artists that worked with Bob Kane.  This cover of Detective Comics #70 by Robinson features Batman rescuing…

Batman and Robin vs. Abraham Lincoln and George Washington?!

Batman and Robin vs. Abraham Lincoln and George Washington?! This winter-themed cover for Detective Comics #119 represents every criminal's dream.  Batman and Robin as snowmen are easy targets for these criminals!  Unfortunately for them, the real Dynamic Duo appear on the scene to take them into…