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…

Fighting the never ending battle for Truth, Justice and the American Way!

America’s Favorite Adventure-Strip Character! SUPERMAN Vol.1, No.24, September 1943;  Cover Art: Jack Burnley Writer: Don Cameron; Penciler: Ed Dobrotka  Inker: Ed Dobrotka Behind this patriotic cover, Superman indulges his thespian aspirations with Lois playing damsel in distress in a melodrama starring the Man of Steel…

How’s the New Year’s Resolution going Robin?

World's Finest Comics #20, December 1945 “The Toyman: Super-Scientist!/Larceny Without Loot/Money Talks/Brooklyn Botches the Bakas/George Tanaka, America/King of Coins!”  Cover Artist:  Jack Burnley When Superman tries to recover a "human wavelength detector" from the villainous Toyman, he learns it will be more of a challenge…