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DETECTIVE COMICS (1937-2011; 2016-) #45
CBCS PR: 0.5
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PUBLISHER: DC
COMMENTS: brittle pgs, from bound volume, 2 extra staples added, not manufacturing, trimmed, 5 pages missing including 1st Batman page, panels missing; lot includes 8 replacement pages for missing pages and panels missing from another copy, see second image
1st Joker story in Detective; bondage cover
Bob Kane File
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brittle pgs, from bound volume, 2 extra staples added, not manufacturing, trimmed, 5 pages missing including 1st Batman page, panels missing; lot includes 8 replacement pages for missing pages and panels missing from another copy, see second image
1st Joker story in Detective; bondage cover
Bob Kane File
Detective Comics #45 bears the distinction of containing the first appearance of the Joker in the title, already established as a popular villain in the pages of Batman Comics, the Clown Prince of Crime had yet to show his hideous grin in the Bat’s original book. That alone should be worth the price of admission, but, the classic Kane/Robinson cover art and the plethora of anthology heart-stoppers that fill out this book add that extra appeal that makes the Golden Age so much fun to collect.





 

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