Detective Comics Vol. 1 (1937-2011) DC Comics (0-586) Detective Comic #391 Vol. 1. Neal Adams Cover Art

Detective Comics an American comic book series published monthly by DC Comics since 1937, best known for introducing the iconic superhero Batman in Detective Comics #27 ( cover dated May 1939).

Batman is a fictional character created by the artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger. A comic book superhero , Batman first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), and since then has appeared primarily in publications by DC Comics . Originally referred to as "the Bat-Man" and still referred to at times as "the Batman", he is additionally known as the "Caped Crusader",the "Dark Knight", and the "World's Greatest Detective," among other titles.

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Detective Comics #0. Batman Origin Retold Pt.3 Chuck Dixon Story
Detective Comics #0 (1994) Zero Hour tie-in. Batman Origin Retold Pt.3. Chuck Dixon Story. Graham Nolan Pencils and Cover Art. Signed by Chuck Dixon W/COA While Batman takes down criminals on the streets, he remembers his origins and the early days of his career when he was preparing for his debut as the caped crusader. Batman rescues two kidnapped children. In October of 1994, all of the existing mainstream DC Comics titles released a special "0" issue to coincide with the Zero Hour crossover event. The purpose of the "0" issue was to reveal a previously unknown aspect of the title character's background. DC Titles under the Vertigo imprint were largely unaffected by Zero Hour and thus, no "0" issue specials were published for them.

Detective Comics #0 (1994) Near Mint+ $29.99
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Detective Comics #336 (1965) Carmine Infantino Cover & Sheldon Moldoff Pencils, Gardner Fox Story, 1st Issue Featuring Heading Art in Letters Section Batman's Hot Line
Detective Comics #336 (1965) Carmine Infantino Cover & Sheldon Moldoff Pencils, Gardner Fox Story, 1st Issue Featuring Heading Art in Letters Section "Batman's Hot Line" "Batman's Bewitched Nightmare" An apparent witch has appeared in Gotham City and is attempting to impede Batman's crusade against crime by helping out crooks that Batman and Robin are trying to stop. With each encounter with the witch, she robs them of their 5 senses if only temporarily. Chasing a gang to a local farm, Batman is turned into a scarecrow, until Robin is able to knock the witch off her broomstick and take possession of it himself, thereby canceling out the spell on Batman.
Detective Comics #336 (1965) Carmine Infantino Cover Fine+ $49.99
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Detective Comics #343 (1965) Carmine Infantino Cover & Pencils, John Broome Story, General Von Dort (First appearance)
Detective Comics #343 (1965) Carmine Infantino Cover & Pencils, John Broome Story, General Von Dort (First appearance) "The Secret War of the Phantom General!" When Nazi war criminal General Von Dort steals M-244 using military techniques in Gotham City, in order to build a death ray, but he attracts the attention of Batman and Robin, who travel to South America to stop him. Teaming up with the Elongated Man, the three heroes have to overcome the power of Von Dort's hypnotic monocle in order to save the world from his tyranny. Elongated Man and Robin are overcome by the hypnotic power of the monocle, but Batman finds a way to resist the spell and defeats the criminal, bringing him to the American authorities and recovering the dealy weapon he was building.
Detective Comics #343 (1965) Fine+ $44.99
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Detective Comics #379 (1968) Irv Novick Cover, Gardner Fox Story, Final Appearance of Salvo, Chino, Chopper, and Icer
Detective Comics #379 (1968) Irv Novick Cover, Gardner Fox Story, Final Appearance of Salvo, Chino, Chopper, and Icer Two Killings for the Price of One" plus Elongated Man in "The Elongated Man's Magic Moment. Batman and Robin capture Salvo and his gang, and get Chino into the hands of a decent adoptive family.
Detective Comics #379 (1968) Fine+ $44.99
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Detective Comics #391 1969 Vol. 1 Neal Adams Cover. Gil Kane Pencils. Carmine Infantino Editor. Physical therapist and workout maven Tim Clark has fallen for Ginny Jenkins, but her boss, gourmet magazine editor and extortionist Arnold, comes between them. To make her see the light, Tim decides to impersonate the Batman.
Detective Comics #391 Vol. 1 1969 Neal Adams Cover. Gil Kane Pencils. Carmine Infantino Editor. Physical therapist and workout maven Tim Clark has fallen for Ginny Jenkins, but her boss, gourmet magazine editor and extortionist Arnold, comes between them. To make her see the light, Tim decides to impersonate the Batman.
Detective Comics #391 Vol. 1 1969 Neal Adams Cover Fine/Very Fine $55.00
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Detective Comics #449 July, 1975 Ernie Chan Cover. Ernie Chan & Dick Giordano Pencils. Elliot S. Maggin Story. Commissioner Gordon summons Batman to help him solve a problem involving four slaughterhouses each losing a herd of cattle. The Commissioner got an anonymous tip about a fifth attempt to occur that night involving a cattle boat.
Detective Comics #449 July, 1975 Ernie Chan Cover. Ernie Chan & Dick Giordano Pencils. Elliot S. Maggin Story. Commissioner Gordon summons Batman to help him solve a problem involving four slaughterhouses each losing a herd of cattle. The Commissioner got an anonymous tip about a fifth attempt to occur that night involving a cattle boat.
Detective Comics #449 Vol. 1 Fine/Very Fine $10.00
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Detective Comics #573 (1987) Alan Davis Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story
Detective Comics #573 (1987) Alan Davis Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story The Mad Hatter Flips His Lids! The second Mad Hatter is released from Gotham State Prison on parole. He asks them to give him a hat, but Warden Fisher says they decided against it. There is an official car waiting outside to pick him up, but Batman and Robin are in the front seat.
Detective Comics #573 (1987) Very Fine/Near Mint $6.99
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Detective Comics #574 (1987) Alan Davis Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story  My Beginning... and My Probable End. Batman Origin Retold.
Detective Comics #574 (1987) Alan Davis Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story My Beginning... and My Probable End. Batman Origin Retold. In Crime Alley, two members of a gang called the Demons prepare to rob the Thomas Wayne Memorial Clinic. Batman arrives and scares them off. This issue shows Bruce Wayne going back to retrieve Joe Chill's Gun after it bounced into the bushes during his parents' murder. This will become an important plot point in Batman: Year Two.
Detective Comics #574 (1987) Very Fine/Near Mint 

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Detective Comics #575. Batman Year Two Pt.1 Alan Davis Pencils - Cover Art. The Reaper comes out of retirement to save the city from crime, whether it likes it or not.
Detective Comics #575 Batman Year Two Pt.1 Near Mint $8.50
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Detective Comics #576 (1987)  Todd McFarlane Cover,  Mike W. Barr Story,  Todd McFarlane Pencils. Deal With the Devil
Detective Comics #576 (1987) Todd McFarlane Cover, Mike W. Barr Story, Todd McFarlane Pencils Batman Year Two Part 2: "DEAL with the DEVIL"
Detective Comics #576 (1987) Very Fine/Near Mint $29.99
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Detective Comics #577 (1987) Todd McFarlane Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story Batman: Year Two - Chapter Three: Deadly Allies
Detective Comics #577 (1987) Todd McFarlane Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story "Batman: Year Two - Chapter Three: Deadly Allies" Leslie Thompkins finds Batman at the Gotham Cemetery near his parents' grave, seeking forgiveness for allying himself with Joe Chill, the man who murdered them. Although Leslie still holds hope for Bruce, he has to work with the killer in order to stop The Reaper.
Detective Comics #577 (1987) Todd McFarlane Cover Very Fine/Near Mint $14.99
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Detective Comics #578 (1987) Todd McFarlane Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story Batman Year Two Part 4: ...SO SHALL YE REAP.
Detective Comics #578 (1987) Todd McFarlane Cover & Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story Batman Year Two Part 4: ...SO SHALL YE REAP. The plan to eliminate The Reaper failed and the Gotham Organized Crime is none too pleased with Joe Chill, who was responsible of carrying out the mission along with Batman. However, Chill promises to eliminate them both next time and the thugs arrange a second meeting on the night of the upcoming Friday. Unaware to them, The Reaper listened to their entire conversation and he soon told the information about the meeting to a police informant so that the criminals are captured.
Detective Comics #578 (1987) Todd McFarlane Cover Very Fine/Near Mint
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Detective Comics #580 (1987) Jerry Bingham & Anthony Tollin Cover & Jim Baikie Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story, Imposter Two-Face (Paul Sloane) (1st appearance & origin)
Detective Comics #580 (1987) Jerry Bingham & Anthony Tollin Cover & Jim Baikie Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story, Imposter Two-Face (Paul Sloane) (1st appearance & origin) "Double Image" Certain night, a man awakes on a derelict building to find the left side of his face absolutely scarred. Upon closer inspection of the place, the man realizes that he's got all the items and costume of the criminal called Two-Face and this realization makes him come to the conclusion that he is Two-Face.
Detective Comics #580 (1987) Very Fine/Near Mint $6.99
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Detective Comics #581 (1987) Jim Baiki & Anthony Tollin Cover & Jim Baikie Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story
Detective Comics #581 (1987) Jim Baiki & Anthony Tollin Cover & Jim Baikie Pencils, Mike W. Barr Story "One out of Two... Isn't Bad..." Batman, Robin and Two-Face are trapped inside a freezing wagon with a bomb set to explode in two minutes, thanks to the evil plans of Paul Sloane, who believes he is Two-Face after his face was scarred in the same way. Thanks to his escapist abilities, Batman breaks free and helps Robin and Two-Face out of their bonds. Using the bomb to distract Sloane and his men, Batman and Robin manage to defeat most of the thugs, but Sloane and Two-Face escape.
Detective Comics #581 (1987) Near Mint $6.99
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Detective Comics #582 (1988) Jerry Bingham Cover & Norm Breyfogle Pencils, Jo Duffy Story, Millennium Week 4
Detective Comics #582 (1988) Jerry Bingham Cover & Norm Breyfogle Pencils, Jo Duffy Story, Millennium Week 4 "Sole Survivor" Receiving an urgent summons from a member of his former Naval Intelligence unit, Commisioner Gordon leaves a note explaining his absence and departs Gotham City for Louisiana. Unknown to him, he is immediately replaced by an android double, who destroys all evidence of the absence of the real Gordon.
Detective Comics #582 (1988) Near Mint $7.99
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Detective Comics #583 (1988) Mike Mignola Cover,  Alan Grant & John Wagner Story,  Norm Breyfogle Pencils, 1st Appearance of Ventriloquist and Scarface Detective Comics #583 (1988) Mike Mignola Cover, Alan Grant & John Wagner Story, Norm Breyfogle Pencils, 1st Appearance of Ventriloquist and Scarface "Fever" A new designer drug called "Fever" floods the streets of Gotham City, inducing many of the city's teens and preteens to fits of homicidal rage. When Batman sees a group of juvenile Fever addicts kill an old security guard in cold blood, he takes a personal interest in stopping the drug's proliferation. Soon after, Batman raids the Fever pushers' headquarters and forces the pushers to give him the name of their supplier: Scarface.

Detective Comics #583 (1988)
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Detective Comics #584 (1988) Dick Giordano Cover,  Alan Grant & John Wagner Story,  Norm Breyfogle Pencils, 2nd Appearance of Ventriloquist and Scarface Detective Comics #584 (1988) Dick Giordano Cover, Alan Grant & John Wagner Story, Norm Breyfogle Pencils, 2nd Appearance of Ventriloquist and Scarface "Fever Break!" On Scarface's orders, William Henry "Fatman" Cherry arrives in Tijuana to smuggle the latest shipment of Fever into the United States. Unbeknownst to him, the Fever manufacturers in Tijuana have orders to kill him, and use his corpse as a "mule" to sneak the Fever past customs. Cherry realizes this far too late, and is garroted seconds later.

Detective Comics #584 (1988)
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Detective Comics #585 (1988) Jerry Bingham Cover,  Alan Grant Story,  Norm Breyfogle Pencils, The Ratcatcher (First Appearance) Detective Comics #585 (1988) Jerry Bingham Cover, Alan Grant Story, Norm Breyfogle Pencils, The Ratcatcher (First Appearance) "The Ratcatcher" Deep inside the sewers of Gotham City, four men sit in makeshift cells, prisoners of a deranged man who calls himself The Ratcatcher.

Detective Comics #585 (1988)
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Detective Comics #586 (1988) Norm Breyfogle Cover,  Alan Grant Story,  Norm Breyfogle Pencils, The Ratcatcher (Second Appearance)  Detective Comics #586 (1988) Norm Breyfogle Cover, Alan Grant Story, Norm Breyfogle Pencils, The Ratcatcher (Second Appearance) "The Ratcatcher Part 2" The Ratcatcher leads his rats into Gotham and its up to Batman to uncover his goal! .

Detective Comics #586 (1988)
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Detective Comics Annual #7 (1994) Enrique (Quique) Alcatena Cover, Chuck Dixon Story,  Enrique (Quique) Alcatena  Pencils, Elseworlds  Detective Comics Annual #7 (1994) Enrique (Quique) Alcatena Cover, Chuck Dixon Story, Enrique (Quique) Alcatena Pencils, Elseworlds "Leatherwing" The privateer Captain Leatherwing and his trusty first mate Alfredo board a Spanish ship known as the Santa Corazon.

Detective Comics Annual #7 (1994)
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