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Dismemberment And DC Comics – Detective Comics #1061 Spoilers
Well, until today, as Gotham Girl takes her revenge. Dismemberment And DC Comics – Detective Comics #1061 Spoilers And using Bat-continuity has an excuse. Dismemberment And DC Comics – Detective Comics #1061 Spoilers She does have a point, right? But just the sort of person for Talia al Ghul to recruit for the Daughters Of The Dragon… DETECTIVE COMICS #1061[...]
Batman #1 vs Mystery Men #14 (1940).
Detective Comics v Bruns Publications is one of the defining historical moments of modern American comic books.  In a judgment handed down April 2, 1939, Judge Learned Hand of United States District Court, Southern District of New York, ruled that Victor Fox's Wonderman character in Wonder Comics infringed on DC's Superman copyrights.  In a lesser-known[...]
Detective Comics #6 Edgar Church Pedigree.
The Edgar Church / Mile High comic book pedigree is a collection of almost 15,000 comic books 1937 to 1957 amassed by Denver, Colorado commercial illustrator Edgar Church.  The collection, much of which has been preserved in incredible high grade, has become the stuff of legend since it was discovered by longtime retailer Chuck Rozanski[...]
DC Splits Detective Comics Apart For Shadows Of The Bat Collections
DC Comics is going to split up Detective Comics for upcoming collections, with the main Batman storyline running in one book, with the back-up strips running in another, as part of their new Shadows Of The Bat line And both volumes published on the same day, the 20tyh of December Might this be the model[...]
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And this comic is all about the power and symbology of chains. Justice League #75 Over in Detective Comics #1058, well if you are going to have a Dark Crisis – or any sort of Crisis – there is a key player to keep in hand. Detective Comics #1058 Escaped from Arkham Tower, with many players wanting his crowd-manipulating[...]
Batman Gets A New Batcave Tomorrow From DC Comics
So in Detective Comics by  Mariko Tamaki and Dan Mora, he did what any rich man on the skids does when he has lost access to his wine cellar. He finds a sewer and decides to build himself a new one A number of new ones That's what we saw in Detective Comics #1034. A number of[...]
Detective Comics #122 (DC, 1947) featuring Catwoman and her Kitty Car.
Doing the diligence for this post, I was utterly shocked to find that the classic DC Comics character Catwoman only had about 15 appearances in the Golden Age.  By way of comparison, the Joker had over 60 appearances in the same time frame.  Green Lantern antagonist Harlequin had eight appearances in the span of a[...]
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In the last issue of Detective Comics, we met the new Psycho Pirate But the old Psycho Pirate is in need of a rescue in this preview of Detective Comics #1058, in stores on Tuesday from DC Comics Hasn't the Penguin gotten the message? Are you telling us The Penguin doesn't read Bleeding Cool?! Is[...]
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Batman heard there were mental patients that needed a beating, so he's back as the star of Detective Comics #1057, in stores on Tuesday Thank goodness! We were starting to worry there might only be six or seven Batman comics on the stands each week Crisis averted! Check out the preview below. DETECTIVE COMICS #1057 DC Comics 0122DC029 0122DC030[...]
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In today's Detective Comics #1055, Gotham notices that Batman just isn't around as much anymore, as riots break out in Arkham Tower in the centre of Gotham City And those overnight town planners are staring down at their shoes. Detective Comics #1055 While in Batman #121, Batman also notices he is missing. Batman #121 Almost as if people ate[...]
Cover image for DETECTIVE COMICS #1054 CVR A IRVIN RODRIGUEZ
Stephanie Brown thinks the Bat-metaphor may have gone too far in this preview of Detective Comics #1054, in stores Tuesday from DC But seriously, Steph, hanging out in a cave is what you take issue with? The bat-obsession went off the rails long before that Check out the preview below. DETECTIVE COMICS #1054 DC Comics 1221DC014 1221DC015 – DETECTIVE[...]
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Everyone is out to get Doctor Wear in this preview of Detective Comics #1053, in stores Tuesday from DC Is it a drug deal gone wrong? Or vaccine mandates at Arkham Tower? You never know these days Even the criminal underworld has its fair share of anti-vaxxers, and it's been worse than ever since The[...]
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Things are back to normal as the denizens of Arkham Tower get their fix of Psycho Pirate again in this preview of Detective Comics #1052… but for how long? Probably a while… this book is weekly and they've got to stretch this story out for another seven issues before Batman comes back to the main[...]
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However a flash-forward shows that it ends in an armed siege featuring some of the patients who had seemed to have been most successfully treated. Detective Comics #1051 Detective Comics #1050 revealed that Psycho Pirate was a patient in the new Arkham Tower And now Detective Comics #1051 reveals the two may not be entirely unconnected The[...]
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Following the shocking reveal last issue, see what Psycho Pirate's been up to in this preview of Detective Comics #1051 Check out the preview below. DETECTIVE COMICS #1051 DC Comics 1221DC005 1221DC006 – DETECTIVE COMICS #1051 CVR B LEE BERMEJO CARD STOCK VAR – $5.99 (W) Mariko Tamaki, Matthew Rosenberg (A) Max Raynor, Fernando Blanco (CA) Irvin Rodriguez Psycho-Pirate! Qu'est-ce que[...]