After DC Comics' huge success with Superman, editors were looking for another superhero to cash in, and young creators Bob Kane and Bill Finger came up with The Batman. The team was inspired by Douglas Fairbanks' portrayal of Zorro, Lee Falk's comic strip The Phantom,
Leonardo DaVinci's ornithopter (glider) blueprints which had large bat-like wings, the classic mystery film The Bat Whispers, and the
mystery novel The Circular Staircase. As a result, in May of 1939, DC hit pay-dirt again with one of the most memorable and iconic fictional characters in history, Batman! Witnessing the murder of his parents as a child leads millionaire Bruce Wayne to train himself to physical and intellectual perfection and don a bat-themed costume in order to fight crime. Detective Comics 27 is one of the most desirable and valuable comic books to own, an important part of American pop culture history.
Collectors know that Detective 27s are among the toughest of all GA keys to find unrestored in nice shape, and this is a great copy that hits the "sweet spot" -- nice enough to have eye appeal, but still in a grade that more collectors can afford and bid on. Fire away, folks.
Overstreet 2011 VG 4.0 value = $160,000.
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