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Cover for Batman #250 (1973)

"The Deadly Numbers Game!": Batman looks into a weird series of thefts based upon.

Example of how Catwoman's costume started out - nearly ankle length, but with a risque slit up the thigh. Compare that to today's skintight catsuit, and the contortionist poses, especially on the covers.

Batman 84 G DC Golden Age June 1954 Catwoman Robin GGA Cover Sprang Moldoff. One of my prized possessions, Batman This would be Catwoman's second to last appearance in the Golden Age, as she was deemed to be too naughty by the Comics Code Authority.

Batman 250 and Robin comic book Bronze Age Vintage 1973 DC Comics in FN/VF

Batman 250 and Robin comic book Bronze Age Vintage 1973 DC Comics in FN/VF

Batman Family 10 Female Superheroes DC Comics Batwoman Batgirl Robin Boy Wonder by LifeofComics Dc Universe

And you thought James Tucker's series was brave and bold: NEW! Dorks trap Batgirl and Robin; Batman loses custody of Robin; somebody else is Robin.

Batman 252 Comic Cover

Just realizing Batman had a lantern-carrying/scooby-doo mystery phase

Batman #251, September 1973, cover by Neal Adams. Joker covers always hit big! I HAVE THIS AS A POSTER IN MY DORM!!!

September, One of the first comics I ever bought on my own, Batman "The Joker's Five-Way Revenge," by Denny O'Neil & Neal Adams. Batman fights a shark in this one, and it's flippin' awesome.

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