classic Dick Sprang Joker cvrCover pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris. What Do You Know about Other People? public service announcement with Binky, script by Schiff, art by Mortimer. "Guns For Hire!", pencils by Sprang, inks by Paris; Gotham City criminals have developed a new method of committing crimes with rented firearms; Batman and Robin start investigating the case without success until Bruce disguises himself as a criminal. . "Vicki Vale's Secret!", script by David Vern, pencils by Bob Kane (Batman and Robin figures only) and Lew Sayre Schwartz, inks by Charles Paris; Vicki Vale goes to Wayne Manor, desperately looking for help; She explains that she has brought doom upon herself, but passes out before saying anything else; Bruce and Dick leave her with Alfred while they investigate at Vicki's house as Batman and Robin. "The Joker's Utility Belt!",
A celebrity comic artist of the Golden Age, co-created Batman and Robin with Bill Finger, as his brainchild became more in demand he hired an army of ghost artists to illustrate the dearth of Batman features on the market, but all were credited to Kane. His other achievements include the creation of Catwoman, Two-Face and cartoon character Courageous Cat. Kane was the object of some controversy for taking credit for the art and inspiration of others, but he was also undoubtedly an important figure in the history of comics. He published an updated version of his autobiography "Batman and Me: The Saga Continues" shortly before his death in 1998. He got his start at the Eisner/Iger studio and was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame.