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Detective Comics set a dark and moody tone from the outset of the title's existence as each issue helped build the perfect environment for Batman to walk in and make himself comfortable. The Creig Flessel illustration on the cover of Detective Comics #11 is nothing short of breathtaking as the sense of grit, danger, and excitement sustains the test of time to deliver a gut-punch to the ever-jaded cover-chasing collectors of today.
This F/VF example presents powerful chromatics where flashy reds and glimmering yellows abound. The amazing eye appeal of this classic is worth the price of admission alone, and the Slam Bradley, Cosmo, and Larry Steele features inside the book are the gravy on the disco fries.