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  • Issue #0
    Batman (1940) 0
    Published Oct 1994 by DC.

    Looking back on his life, Bruce Wayne remembers how his parents' violent deaths at the hands of a two-bit gunman drove him to become the Dark Knight of Gotham City, and hints of a never-before revealed dark episode in Batman's early career are exposed, offering new insights into the character of the World's Greatest Detective. Continued in Batman Shadow of the Bat (1992) #0. Written by Doug Moench, with art by Mike Manley and Joe Rubinstein. Cover by Manley. Cover price $1.50.

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  • Issue #1
    Batman (1940) 1
    Published Apr 1940 by DC.
    • Restored: C3
    • Paper: Off white
    • Restoration includes: color touch, pieces added, tear seals, reinforced, staples replaced. "Best Wishes, Bob Kane" written on cover in pen.
    • Label #4378815017
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    Cover by Bob Kane. Reprints the origin of Batman from Detective Comics #33 with splash page from #34 by Bob Kane. "The Legend of the Batman - Who He Is and How He Came to Be!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Bob Kane and Sheldon Moldoff (backgrounds); Bruce Wayne's parents are murdered by a cheap crook, and young Bruce vows to avenge their deaths by warring on all criminals. First appearance of the Joker in "The Joker," script by Bill Finger, art by Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson; Batman faces a new criminal who succeeds in killing famous men and stealing their prized possessions, leaving them all with "a smile" on their face! "The Giants of Hugo Strange," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Bob Kane (signed) and Jerry Robinson (backgrounds); The Batman faces an arch criminal who has invented a serum to create a race of giant monsters, and nearly becomes one of them himself! "Strictly Publicity" text story by Guy Monroe. Biography of Batman creator Bob Kane, with photo. First appearance of the Cat (destined to become Catwoman), the first villainess in comic books, in "The Cat," script by Bill Finger, art by Bob Kane; Batman and Robin take a trip aboard an exclusive yacht in order to prevent the theft of the Travers necklace at the hands of the Cat! "Two Aces" text story by George Shute, art by Raymond Perry. Ginger Snap two-page story by Bob Kane (as Ted Raye). "The Joker Returns," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson (backgrounds); The Joker escapes from prison to continue his rampage of death and to steal the famed Cleopatra necklace and Fire Ruby. Detective Comics ad. First Batman and Robin pin-up on the back cover. All stories in this issue consist of reprint material drawn from previous issues of Detective Comics. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #4
    Batman (1940) 4
    Published Jan 1941 by DC.
    • INCOMPLETE. Back cover, last page, and piece of Oddities page missing. Does not affect main features. Two center wraps detached.
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    Cover pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson. "The Case of the Joker's Crime Circus!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The Joker organizes a crime circus that performs at the homes of wealthy patrons to size up the joint, then later robs them. "Blackbeard's Crew and the Yacht Society," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); When an exclusive yacht is taken over by a band of pirates led by the immortal Blackbeard himself, the Batman and Robin come aboard to swab the decks with them. "Public Enemy No. 1," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); Batman must contend with Jimmy McCoy, a young bully who claws his way up through the ranks until he becomes the overlord of crime, but ends up being deserted by his mob, hunted by the Police and killed in a gutter. "Code of the Glove" text story, script by Clem Gordon, art by Raymond Perry. Two-page Ginger Snap story by Bob Kane (as Lou Reed). "Touchdown for Justice," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The Caped Crusader doubles as a star football player, who has been kidnapped in order that his team will lose and criminals will gain big time from the bets they have made. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Batman (1940) 8
    Published Dec 1941 by DC.
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing front cover, title page and centerfold (affects "Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make", "Chief Hot Foot" and "The Superstition Murders!" stories).
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    Cover pencils by Fred Ray, inks by Jerry Robinson. "Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); From prison, Big Mike Russo is able to have his gang kidnap the warden, replace him and the guards with a look alike, then use the prison as a base of operations to commit crimes while providing alibis to those committing them; Batman figures that the only way to uncover this scenario is to get put in prison himself. "The Strange Case of Professor Radium!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); A scientist finds a way to use radium to bring the dead back to life, and he uses himself as a guinea pig; Although the experiments are successful, the Professor pays dearly for his discovery, for, in the end, as Batman says, it has created a Frankenstein monster. 2-page Chief Hot Foot story by Henry Boltinoff. "The Superstition Murders!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane (signed), inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The cast of a stage production decides to have a "superstition" party, intentionally carrying out every well-known superstition they can think of; But when one of them is killed, Batman and Robin enter the fray to single out the perpetrator of the deed. "The Cross-Country Crimes!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The Caped Crusaders are invited to Washington D.C. to meet with the head of the FBI, but the Joker shows up and shoots the G-Man. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #11
    Batman (1940) 11
    Published Jun 1942 by DC.
    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold missing, affects Bandits in Toyland story. Severe spine and edge damage with missing pieces, first wrap fully split at spine.
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    Cover pencils by Fred Ray, inks by Jerry Robinson. "The Joker's Advertising Campaign," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The Joker escapes from prison and places ads each day in the newspaper to advertize to Batman and Robin his latest criminal pursuit. 1-page Clancy the Cop story by Henry Boltinoff. "Payment In Full," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); Batman discovers that the D.A. faces one of the most difficult decisions of his life: to persecute and send to the chair a criminal who once saved his life. "Bandits In Toyland!", script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); Bruce Wayne is called to immediate jury duty and discovers that the defendant has been framed. "All the Angles" text story by Edgar Wilton. "Four Birds of a Feather!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The Penguin joins in a financial enterprise with some "old friends" of his to open a night club called The Bird House in Florida.... with gambling as the real racket. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #13
    Batman (1940) 13
    Published Oct 1942 by DC.
    • Restored: B3
    • Paper: White
    • Restoration includes: color touch, pieces added, tear seals, reinforced.
    • Label #3799075002
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    Cover by Jerry Robinson. "The Batman Plays a Lone Hand!", script by Don Cameron, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); Dick is rudely shocked when Bruce literally kicks him out of the house, not knowing that the Thumb has threatened to kill the Boy Wonder if Batman doesn't lay off. 2-page Round House Willie story by Bob Naylor. "Comedy of Tears!", script by Jack Schiff, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The Caped Crusaders are bewildered to discover the reason behind the Joker's new campaign: to make people cry. "The Story of the Seventeen Stones!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane), inks by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane) and Ray Burnley (backgrounds); Once suffering from amnesia, and having served 20 years in jail on the rock pile, criminal Rocky Grimes decides to get back at former members of his mob by using stones. Jerry the Jitterbug humor page by Henry Boltinoff. "Destination Unknown!", script by Don Cameron, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); A couple of criminals board a train, disguised as a doctor and his nurse, in order to get to a man accused of crime being transferred to the gas chamber, and kill him in an iron lung. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $3,500 1942 Batman 13 CGC .50 Joker Appearance. WWII Parachute Cover. Joe DiMaggio.

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  • Issue #17
    Batman (1940) 17
    Tags: Batman
    Published Jul 1943 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Double Cover: 1st cover 3.5, interior cover 5.0.
    • Label #4252144008
    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #4240854007
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    • Brittle in margins, two center wraps and a page detached, tears and stains throughout interior, bottom staple rusted out.
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    Cover by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane). "The Batman's Biographer!", script by Don Cameron, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); Boswell Browne wants to document the exploits of Batman and Robin for future generations, but when members of the underworld hear him bragging to some children that he knows many secrets of the Dynamic Duo, a nefarious criminal decides to use Browne's knowledge against our heroes. 2-page Professor Pipp story by Jack Farr. "The Penguin Goes A-Hunting," script by Don Cameron, pencils by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane), inks by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane) and Ray Burnley (backgrounds); The Penguin attends a lecture by Gotham City's prison Warden Keyes, who talks about the city's most dangerous villains: the Scarecrow, the Joker and the Cat-Woman, but not Penguin. "Rogues' Pageant!", script by Don Cameron, pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Jack Burnley and Ray Burnley (backgrounds); At Alfred's urging, Bruce and Dick decide to take a short vacation after particularly strenuous battling against Gotham's underworld, they stop off in San Pablos, a city celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the courageous deeds of their forefathers. "Scrap Haul" text story by Allan Gerz. "Adventure of the Vitamin Vandals!", script by Joseph Greene, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson; While vacationing at Malibu Beach, Bruce and Dick become aware of several fishing vessels being robbed of their catches by a group of mysterious individuals who seem to disappear into thin air. 60 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #18
    Batman (1940) 18
    Tags: Batman
    Published Sep 1943 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Ed Kressey, Dick Sprang, and Stan Kaye, inks by Dick Sprang and Stan Kaye. "The Secret of Hunter's Inn!", script by Joe Samachson, pencils by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane), inks by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane); Batman and Robin, in their everyday identities as Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson (accompanied by Alfred), are investigating Hunter's Inn, the scene of many robberies of wealthy patrons and run into the Tweed Brothers. One-page Private Pete story by Henry Boltinoff. "Robin Studies His Lessons!", script by Joe Samachson, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson; When Dick brings home a miserable report card, Bruce relegates the youngster to studying at home instead of gallivanting about as Robin, the Boy Wonder! One-page Chief Hot Foot story by Henry Boltinoff. "The Good Samaritan Cops," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane), inks by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane) and Ray Burnley (backgrounds); In the first story of a series, Batman and Robin meet and work with different agencies within the realm of the Police Department: in this story, it's the Police Emergency Squad. "Boarders Away!" text story by Tod Lowry. "The Crime Surgeon!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson; The Crime Surgeon, after successfully operating on and saving the life of the Warden at the prison he is incarcerated in, makes good his escape and re-opens his Crime Clinic: an agency that helps crooks to better carry out their crimes! 60 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #19
    Batman (1940) 19
    Tags: Batman
    Published Nov 1943 by DC.
    Auction opens April 6
    • Full-length spine split. Front cover glued to first wrap, back cover detached. Cover oxidation.
    • INCOMPLETE. Two center wraps and one page missing, affects "The Case of the Timid Lion" story.
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    Cover by Dick Sprang. "Batman Makes a Deadline!", art by Dick Sprang (as Bob Kane); After witnessing the fatal injuries to a top notch newspaper reporter who was kidnapped by a gang wanting to keep him silent regarding their activities, Batman and Robin decide to take over the story and bring the gang to justice. 'Atlantis Goes to War!', script by Don Cameron, art by Dick Sprang (as Bob Kane); Batman and Robin decide to get involved in a case where a Nazi submarine attacks Allied shipping and then disappears without a trace. One-page Private Pete story by Henry Boltinoff. 'The Case of the Timid Lion!', art by Dick Sprang (as Bob Kane); One Mr. Lyon decides to perpetrate 'jokes' and robberies, using the Joker's calling card to implicate the Jester of Crime... something the Joker doesn't find amusing - nor do Batman and Robin! Jerry the Jitterbug humor page by Henry Boltinoff. "Dramatic Fragment" text story by Ted Allenby. "Collector of Millionaires," script by Joe Samachson, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Norm Fallon; After handling a particular heart-rending situation between a friend of his and his wife, Bruce Wayne decides it's time for a vacation; But when "Bruce" returns from that vacation, he literally treats Dick Grayson like dirt. 60 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #23
    Batman (1940) 23
    Published Jul 1944 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Cover detached.
    • Label #1362228003
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    • INCOMPLETE. Two center wraps missing, interrupts art and story. Cover detached at one staple.
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    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold missing, affects art and story. Staining throughout interior.
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    Cover by Dick Sprang. "The Upside Down Crimes!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Dick Sprang (as Bob Kane), inks by Gene McDonald; Batman and Robin must stop the Joker's mad schemes, as he commits several "upside down crimes" that leave the Caped Crusaders literally standing on their heads. 1-page Life's Little Laffs story by Ray Houlihan. "Damsel in Distress!", script by Don Cameron, art by Dick Sprang (as Bob Kane); Dick's crush on a girl leads him and the Batman into a case involving kidnapping and murder. 1-page Handy Andy story by Jack Farr. "Borrowed Butler!", art by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane); Bruce hires out Alfred to a neighbor who is having week-end guests, and whose butler is sick. "Accidents Will Happen" text story by Tod Lowry. "Pelt Plunderers!", script by Bill Finger, art by Dick Sprang (as Bob Kane); Batman and Robin head up into the frozen north to assist the Royal Canadian Mounted Police stop a gang of thieves who plunder beaver pelts trapped by locals and who then sell them for big profits, which they plan to spend back in the States. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Batman (1940) 28
    Tags: Batman
    Published May 1945 by DC.
    • Restored: C1
    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Significant scuff(s) front or back; Significant scuff(s) inner well
    • Restoration includes: small amount of color touch on cover.
    • Label #2707744001
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    Cover pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Charles Paris. "Shadow City!", script by Don Cameron, art by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane); When several wealthy playboys are taken in by a quick-rich scheme hatched by the Joker, Batman decides to visit the Crime Clown's layout that he called Shadow City. "The Great Handcuff King!", art by Jerry Robinson; Alfred decides to get a pair of handcuffs in order to practice putting them on felons, but when he decides to practice on a fellow gentlemen's gentlemen, Alfred is shocked at the result. "Shirley Holmes, Policewoman!", script by Bill Finger, art by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane); Batman and Robin have to battle a large-scale outbreak of short-confidence rackets. 1-page Handy Andy story by Jack Farr. "Once a Fighter" text story by Stan Carter. "Batman Goes To Washington!", script by Alvin Schwartz, art by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane); Batman decides to enlist the aid of a Senator and the public in getting ex-cons the chance to get honest work. 1-page Casey the Cop story by Henry Boltinoff. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,250 DC Batman #28 CGC 5.5 White Pages 1945 - Golden Age Joker Appearance

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  • Issue #31
    Batman (1940) 31
    Tags: Batman
    Published Nov 1945 by DC.
    • Paper: White
    • Label #4331191003
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    Cover by Dick Sprang. "Punch and Judy!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane), inks by George Roussos; Punch and Judy are using a carnival to bilk residents of Gotham City and the Caped Crusaders see to it that the grafters working the concessions and games are removed from the grounds; However, Punch and Judy decide to strike back by having Batman and Robin join the carnival to put on a death-defying aerial stunt. "Alfred, Armchair Detective!", art by Jerry Robinson; Alfred is surprised to learn that what he read in a book about a case being solved by an "armchair detective," which he considers impossible, proves to be true on a chair he accidentally gets involved in... and he's tied to that armchair! "Vanishing Village!", script by Joe Samachson, pencils by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane), inks by George Roussos; Batman and Robin are surprised to learn that an abandoned village in Florida, patterned after a Turkish village named Alhambra, has vanished, which is also the home of many a master criminal who has also disappeared. "Close Shave" text story by Eddie Bell. "Trade Marks of Crime!", script by Joseph Greene, pencils by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane), inks by George Roussos; Batman must solve a strange case in which someone is cleverly forging the burglary trademarks of various criminals, all of which pinpoint the jobs to the wrong criminal! 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Batman (1940) 33
    Tags: Batman
    Published Mar 1946 by DC.

    Cover by Dick Sprang. "Crime on the Wing!", script by Bill Finger, art by Win Mortimer (as Bob Kane); Mobsters decide to use the Penguin as a ruse for Batman and Robin to follow while they commit crimes. "The Looters!", art by Win Mortimer (as Bob Kane); Seeing both of his parents killed in an earthquake on a small Pacific island, Dorry Leaf becomes an expert on these phenomena, and is offered a post at Pacific Coast University to oversee a seismographic observatory that he is determined to make quake-proof!; However, crooks become interested when they discover that the Professor can predict in advance where quakes will occur; Batman and Robin step in. "Double Trouble" text story by Murray Boltinoff (as Blair Bolton). "The Search for Santa Claus!", art by Win Mortimer (as Bob Kane); Jim Jocelyn's thieving cousins have a high time spending the money that their uncle had amassed for charities by using it to build up their own multi-million dollar businesses; They decide that the only way they can safeguard themselves is to murder their uncle. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,475 BATMAN 33 CGC 5.5 CHRISTMAS COVER AND STORY

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  • Issue #36
    Batman (1940) 36
    Tags: Batman
    Published Sep 1946 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #1075932001

    Cover by Dick Sprang. "The Penguin's Nest!", script by Alvin Schwartz, pencils by Paul Cooper (as Bob Kane), inks by Ray Burnley; The Penguin opens a new restaurant in town, but queerly asks guests to hand-write their orders and sign them, then he does everything possible to get himself arrested; Batman and Robin investigate. "Stand-In For Danger!", script by Don Cameron, pencils by Paul Cooper (as Bob Kane), inks by Ray Burnley; A famed movie stand-in uses his skills to lead a life of crime, but it takes the hard work of the Batman and Robin to discover the reason why. "Elusive London Eddie!", art by Jerry Robinson; Alfred notices a wanted poster in the post office for an English thief; Believing the Police to be baffled, he reasons that only an English detective would know the psychology of such a man, and be able to track him down and capture him. "A Matter of Honesty" text story by Stan Carter. "Sir Batman at King Arthur's Court!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Paul Cooper (as Bob Kane), art by Ray Burnley; King Arthur story with Merlin; Batman and Robin vs. Sir Mordred and Queen Morgan LeFey. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $425 Batman #36 Penguin Appearance CGC 4.0 OW-W 1946 Golden Age King Arthur DC Comics
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  • Issue #37
    Batman (1940) 37
    Published Nov 1946 by DC.
    • 5" cumulative spine split. Cover detached at both staples, centerfold detached at one. Cover oxidation.
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    • Centerfold detached at one staple, cover coming loose at staples, small corner (margin) pieces torn from a few interior pages.
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    Cover by Jerry Robinson. "Calling Dr. Batman!", art by Jerry Robinson (as Bob Kane); Dr. King tries out his new radiotherapy machine on patient Jerry Marshall, and, while it is successful, its ray negatively affects a hospital worker, Lou Darrell, but not for the better. 1-page Casey the Cop story by Henry Boltinoff. "Hollywood Hoax!", art by Jerry Robinson; A group of criminals plan to steal an unreleased as yet film "Heart's Desire" from the movie set of "Crime Doesn't Pay", where Batman and Robin are in attendance to film a sequence. "Killing Doesn't Pay" text story by Al Singer. "The Joker Follows Suit!", art by Jerry Robinson; The Joker institutes a mad scheme to use the very symbols of Batman: the Bat-Signal, Batmobile and Batplane, against the Dark Knight detective that he calls "Make Crime Pay the Joker Way!" 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,000 BATMAN #37 CGC VG- 3.5 Restored classic Jerry Robinson black Joker cover scarce!
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  • Issue #38
    Batman (1940) 38
    Tags: Batman
    Published Jan 1947 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Paper flake(s) in case
    • Label #4324469003
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout.

    Cover by Dick Sprang. "Peril In Greece," script by Edmond Hamilton, art by Jim Mooney; Batman and Robin travel to ancient Greece to see the first Olympic Games; When a group of Persians try to disrupt the games to start a civil war, Batman and the athletes step in. "The Carbon Copy Crimes," script by Bill Finger, art by Jim Mooney; A series of murders are similar to those of Batman's first big case six years previous; People depicted in portraits are murdered. "Memo To a Murderer" text story by Blair Bolton. "The Penguin On Parole!", script by Don Cameron, art by Jim Mooney; The Penguin is paroled into the custody of Batman and Robin after the Penguin saves the life of a prison warden from a fire. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,450 * BATMAN #38 (1946-47) Robin Classic Penguin Cover! Fine- 5.5 *
    $1,500 1946 batman comics # 38 penguin

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  • Issue #39
    Batman (1940) 39
    Tags: Batman
    Published Mar 1947 by DC.
    • Cover coming loose at staples, centerfold detached at one staple, 1.5" cumulative spine split.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.
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    Cover pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Charles Paris. "The Frightened People!", script by Don Cameron, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Ray Burnley; Batman and Robin employ cats to thwart a gang chief who is afraid of felines. "The Man In the Iron Mask!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Ray Burnley; A gang boss welds an iron mask onto Iron-Hat Ferriss head; Ferris tries to get the mask removed while Batman goes after him. "Death Serenade" text story by Desmond Walters. One-page Willie the Office Boy story by Phil Berube. "A Christmas Tale," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Ray Burnley; Synopsis: Batman chases Catwoman, who has stolen three cats to use in her crimes. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $375 BATMAN #39 CGC 2.5 Catwoman story.
    $1,200 BATMAN #39 DC COMICS GOLDEN AGE CGC 6.5 GRADED! BOBBY BLUE COLLECTION CATWOMAN!

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  • Issue #40
    Batman (1940) 40
    Published May 1947 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Minor side/edge crack(s); See item notes
    • Inner well not fully sealed, book appears unaffected and secure.
    • Label #4179298007

    Cover pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Charles Paris. "The 13 Club!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Gene McDonald; Batman joins the 13 Club, an outfit that disproves superstitions, to stop the Joker. "The Case of Batman II," pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Gene McDonald; Robin and Alfred enlist a gymnast named Bill Randall to become Batman after Bruce Wayne dies. "Melody of Murder" text story by Tom Neill. 2-page Prof. Pipp story by Jack Farr. "The Grand Opera Murders!", pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Gene McDonald; Batman and Robin see an accident at the opera that kills two actors; they investigate because it might be a crime. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,200 Batman #40 - The 13 Club!
    $3,850 BATMAN #40 - CGC-7.0 - OW-W - Joker cover & story
    3 days left Auction Batman 40 CGC 3.5 (1947) - Bill Finger - Dick Sprang - Joker Appearance

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  • Issue #41
    Batman (1940) 41
    Tags: Batman
    Published Jul 1947 by DC.
    • Remaindered Copy, more than 1/3 of front cover missing (interior complete).
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.
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    Cover art by Jim Mooney. "The Bird Cage Bandits!", art by Jim Mooney; Penguin is released from prison and he pretends to go straight by opening a bird store and giving away special birds to important people; Batman is suspicious of Penguin's activities and he decides to check upon the gifted birds; Soon, Batman and Robin discover that Penguin is using the bird cages he provided to carry bombs and other devices. Wheaties ad featuring Jerry Witte. "The Bandits of Tiny Town!", art by Jim Mooney; Some thugs from Gotham City are raiding and stealing Midget Town, a city populated by small people; Batman and Robin learn of the unfortunate events and they travel to the neighboring town to help out. Casey the Cop half-page by Henry Boltinoff. "The Score" text story by Bob Baker. "Batman, Interplanetary Policeman!", art by Jim Mooney; A Martian citizen has come to Earth to ask the assistance of Batman and Robin in order to defeat a vile emperor called Sax Gola; Batman and Robin are glad to help and they travel to Mars on the Martian's spaceship. Little Arthur one-page story by Phil Berube. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $329 BATMAN #41 1947 KEY 1st SCI-FI ALIEN COVER PENGUIN LOW LOOSE COVER TAPE RESTORED
    $596 Batman #41 1947 Comic 1st Print Batman & Robin Golden Age Alien Very Good
    5 days left Auction Batman 41 CGC 0.5 First Sci-Fi Cover 1947 Cover

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  • Issue #42
    Batman (1940) 42
    Tags: Batman
    Published Sep 1947 by DC.
    • Cover detached at original staples, staple added (not manufacturing), 2.5" cumulative spine split.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.
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    Cover pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Charles Paris. "Claws of the Catwoman!", script by Bill Finger, art by Charles Paris; Catwoman escapes from prison and starts a crime spree, basing her crimes on famous fictional cat stories; Batman and Robin investigate the case and they confront the plunder princess on several occasions, but they are outsmarted each time. Wheaties ad with Pete Reiser. "Blind Man's Bluff!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Charles Paris and Curt Swan (next to last panel last page only), inks by Charles Paris and Stan Kaye (next to last panel last page only); A criminal learns that a police officer suspects Bruce Wayne is Batman and he pretends to use the secret to his advantage; Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne has been left blind on a heroic act while saving a kid from a burning building. Chief Hot Foot half-page by Henry Boltinoff. "Death Stalk" text story by Bob Baker. "The Robot Robbers!", script by Bill Finger, art by Charles Paris; Three criminals who had been sentenced to life in prison are set free on their old years by an unknown person; They are taken to the house of Doctor Hercules, who informs them that he wants to use their special criminal talents and he provides them with enormous robots that they can remotely control, in order to fulfill the crimes they are no longer capable of because of their age; Using the robots, the thugs start a crime spree in Gotham City and their actions get the attention of Batman and Robin. Playful Pop one-page story by Phil Berube. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Batman (1940) 43
    Tags: Batman
    Published Nov 1947 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Jim Mooney, inks by Ray Burnley. "The Blackbird of Banditry!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jim Mooney, inks by Ray Burnley; When the Joker and Catwoman begin to dominate the headlines, the Penguin commits another series of spectacular crimes to overshadow them; However, even though his crimes are inspired by rare birds, the clues lead Batman and Robin to capturing the Penguin once more. Wheaties ad featuring Harry Brecheen. "Next Stop--Danger!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jim Mooney, inks by Ray Burnley; Batman and Robin capture a couple of criminals who have hijacked a train from Gotham's Subway and five innocent lives are permanently changed for good after they are saved by the Dynamic Duo. A Date with Judy comic book ad. Untitled Prof. Pipp story, script and art by Jack Farr. "The Four Horsemen of Crime!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jim Mooney, inks by Ray Burnley; A large gang of thieves break into Professor Nichols' house and steal Nichols' time machine to bring four bandits from the past; The historic criminals terrorize Gotham until they are stopped by Batman and Robin. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $2,000 BATMAN #43 CGC 6.5 - PENGUIN COVER/STORY - 1947

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  • Issue #44
    Batman (1940) 44
    Published Jan 1948 by DC.
    • Cover detached, several staples added (not manufacturing), heavy tearing, cover oxidation, 4" cumulative spine split.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.
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    Cover pencils by Jim Mooney, inks by Charles Paris. "Gamble With Doom!", art by Jim Mooney (as Bob Kane); The Joker becomes passionate about gambling, but ordinary stakes won't satisfy him; The stakes with death to the loser involves Batman and Robin. "Born For Adventure!", script by Bill Finger, art by Jim Mooney; Batman and Robin team with an archeologist to track an international thief called the Globetrotter, who has come to Gotham City. "Strange Territory" text story by M. G. Pattington. "The First American Detective!", art by Jim Mooney; To solve the mystery surrounding his ancestor Silas Wayne, Bruce Wayne has Professor Nichols send him into the past; When Batman and Robin arrive in 1787, they stop a gang of highwaymen and encounter Franklin, who frees them. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    6 days left Auction Batman 44 December 1947 Golden Age Classic Joker Cover - Fine- 5.5 Condition!

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  • Issue #45
    Batman (1940) 45
    Tags: Batman
    Published Mar 1948 by DC.
    • Cover and two center wraps detached, 4" cumulative spine split, soiling throughout interior.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.
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    Cover art by Win Mortimer. World's Finest Comics ad. "The Lady Rogues!", art by Charles Paris; A famous author has recently published a book about the most evil women in history and a Hollywood studio has bought the rights to make a movie based on the book; At the same time, Catwoman escapes from prison and when she learns that she wasn't included in the book, she decides to sabotage the film and steal from the crew and the studio; Catwoman's criminal spree is successful until she is captured by Batman and Robin. Western Comics ad. Wheaties ad featuring "Chick" Davies. "A Parole for Christmas!", script by Bill Finger, art by Charles Paris; An ex-convict is released on parole during Christmas; This man looks exactly like Bruce Wayne and as soon as he is released from prison he is attacked by some thugs; He is saved by Batman and Robin and they are shocked to see the similarity between him and Bruce. Casey the Cop half-page by Henry Boltinoff. Untitled Readin', 'Ritin', an' Ritchie story by Bob Naylor. "Shoe Shine," script by Walter B. Gibson (as Henry Lysing), art by Raymond Perry. Shorty one-page story by Henry Boltinoff. Daffy & Doodle half-page by Lit-Win. "The Match!", script by Bill Finger, art by Charles Paris; An arsonist called The Match has started operating in Gotham; Batman and Robin team up with the Gotham Fire Department to capture the criminal. Gang Busters comic book ad. Mister Grumble, The Big Boss one-page story by Phil Berube. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,000 BATMAN DC Comics Issue #45 Christmas Catwoman 1948 CGC Universal 5.5 Graded

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  • Issue #46
    Batman (1940) 46
    Tags: Batman
    Published May 1948 by DC.
    • Paper: White
    • Label #00-0011456-AA-001
    • Cover colors misaligned (printing). Cover oxidation, water spots, centerfold detached at one staple.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.
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    Cover art by Win Mortimer. "Guileful Greetings!" or "The Joker Sends Regards!", script by Don C. Cameron, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris; When Joker breaks out of jail the underworld throws a party for his escape complete with giant greeting cards; Drawing inspiration, the Joker commits a series of crimes where he sends Batman cryptic greeting cards giving the caped crusader clues as to what he intends rob. Wheaties ad with Leo Johnson. "Big House Chaplain!", script by Don C. Cameron, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Gene McDonald; Batman infilitrates the Gotham Prison to break down a large network of criminals working from inside. Western Comics ad. "Clean Up" text story by Kit Marlin, art by Raymond Perry. Gang Busters comic ad. "The Batman That History Forgot!", script by Don C. Cameron, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Gene McDonald; Professor Carter Nichols wants to learn about a man named Batman in the 15th Century and he sends Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson back in time; The Dynamic Duo meet with Leonardo da Vinci and they help him fight back the oppression caused by a cruel ruler. One-page Nervous Norman story by Phil Berube. Half-page Daffy & Doodle story by Lit-Win. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Batman (1940) 47
    Tags: Batman
    Published Jul 1948 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #4331192003
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout.

    Cover pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris. In this key issue, Batman's origin is explored in detail for the first time in "The Origin of Batman!" in which Batman tracks down the killers of his mother and father. In this same story, the Bat Signal also used for the first time; script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris. "Fashions in Crime!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane (Batman and Robin figures only) and Lew Sayre Schwartz, inks by Charles Paris; Catwoman breaks out of jail in a spectacular way and as soon as she is free again, she realizes that she could use the fashion trends as her new crime theme; Posing as the manager of an important fashion magazine, Catwoman is granted access to the houses of many wealthy people and later she steals from them; Batman and Robin intervene. "The Chain Gang Crimes!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane (Batman and Robin figures only) and Lew Sayre Schwartz, inks by Charles Paris; In pursuit of bank robbers, Batman and Robin chase them to a side street where they suddenly disappear. "The Adventures of Popsicle Pete and Bob Feller" ad. "Winged Justice" text story by Ted Rosen, art by Raymond Perry. One-page Daffy & Doodle story by Lit-Win. One-page Little Pete story by Henry Boltinoff. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Batman (1940) 48
    Tags: Batman
    Published Sep 1948 by DC.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Minor side/edge crack(s)
    • Label #0229272005

    Cover art by Win Mortimer. "The Fowls of Fate!", pencils by Jim Mooney (as Bob Kane), inks by Charles Paris; Upset with his recent failures in crime, the Penguin breaks out of prison again and vows to no longer use birds in his crimes. Wheaties ad with Bob Elliott. "The 1,000 Secrets of the Batcave!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jim Mooney (as Bob Kane), inks by Charles Paris; Wolf Brando has escaped from jail and makes his way to Wayne Manor; He finds the ultimate secret, the Batcave, and tries to escape via the Batmobile. One-page Daffy & Doodle story by Lit-Win. "There She Blows: Whales and Whaling" text story, art by Raymond Perry. Scribbly comic book ad. Untitled Shorty story by Henry Boltinoff. "Crime from Tomorrow!", pencils by Jim Mooney (as Bob Kane), inks by Charles Paris; A gang of "men from the future" has started committing crimes across Gotham and the Dynamic Duo suspect that the people responsible might be connected to the "World of the Future" Fair. Dale Evans Comics ad. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $375 Batman #48 Batcave Cover Golden Age Superhero Vintage DC Comic 1948 CGC 1.8
    4 days left Auction Batman 48 Pgx Not Cgc penguin story 1948 DC Detective Comics dark knight Low Bid

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  • Issue #49
    Batman (1940) 49
    Published Nov 1948 by DC.
    • Restored: B1
    • Paper: White
    • Restoration includes: small amount of color touch on cover.
    • Label #2019159011

    Cover pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris. 1st appearance Mad Hatter and Vicki Vale in "The Scoop of the Century!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane (Batman and Robin figures only) and Lew Sayre Schwartz, inks by Charles Paris; The Mad Hatter tries numerous robberies while Vicki Vale attempts to prove Batman and Bruce Wayne are the same person. The Prison Doctor!, script by Bill Finger, art by Jim Mooney; A prison doctor must face a trial for his egregious actions. One-page Jerry the Jitterbug story by Henry Boltinoff. The Unknown Rays text story by Joe Samachson (as William Morrison, art by Raymond Perry. Batman's Arabian Nights!, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris; Spotting what they think is the Joker's face on an ancient rug, Batman and Robin are sent into Arabia of the past where they meet the Crier, who uses tears, not laughter, to steal from the people of his day. One-page Ozzie story by Phil Berube. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie Traps Killer Bear With Invisible Light" with art by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,320 BATMAN #49 CGC 1.0 OW PAGES // 1ST APPEARANCE VICKI VALE + MAD HATTER 1948

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