Tag detective comics

Covered 365: Day 233

Superman #233, DC Comics, January 1971. Artist: Neal Adams. Neal Adams steals the show with his iconic cover to Superman #233, this cover just stands out. One of my favourite comics in my collection is Undercover Girl #6 so it’s…

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Covered 365: Day 213

House of Mystery #213, DC Comics, April 1973. Artist: Bernie Wrightson. Just some nasty good Gargoyles from the pencil of Bernie Wrightson, I love background colours on this cover. A striking cover from J.G. Jones on Wonder Woman #213 (1987…

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Covered 365: Day 184

Detective Comics #184, DC Comics, June 1952. Artist: Win Mortimer. Revisiting some popular past Covered 365 themes with today’s books. First lets see what lies at the end of the Rainbow, how about a great Win Mortimer Detective #184 delivering…

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Covered 365: Day 180

Detective Comics, DC, February 1952. Artist: Win Mortimer. Win Mortimer adds another cover to his impressive list with a cool Joker scene on Detective Comics #180. I really like the aesthetics and simplicity of Four Color #180, sadly I’ve always…

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Covered 365: Day 168

Detective Comics #168, DC Comics, February 1951, Artist: Lew Sayre Schwartz . For me it was a close race between the winner Detective Comics #168 by Lew Schwartz and the runner up Daredevil Comics #168 (pic below) by Frank Miller and…

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Covered 365: Day 153

Detective Comics #153, DC Comics, November 1949 – Artist: Dick Sprang. I know I covered this as a Spotlight pick a while back but it is a fantastic Dick Sprang cover and it has to win the day. Detective Comics…

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Covered 365: Day 130

Detective Comics #130, DC Comics, December 1947 – Artist: Bob Kane. I remember buying this at the 2017 NYCC, I picked it up for a friend named Tony who loved the cover and loved the story told inside. Tony had…

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Covered 365: Day 102

Detective Comics #102, DC Comics, August 1945 – Artist: Dick Sprang. A striking cover with great colors, the Joker, Batman and Robin and that awe inspiring Big Logo Detective mast. X-Men #102 had a strong cover as did Amazing Spider-Man…

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Covered 365: Day 73

A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era. Detective Comics #73 – DC Comics, March 1943 – Artist: Bob Kane with Jerry Robinson…

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Covered 365: Day 31

A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era. Day 31 – Detective Comics #31, Artist – Bob Kane. The hobby gives soooo much…

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Undervalued Spotlight #246

Detective Comics #327, DC Comics, May 1964 With all the changes comic book characters go through these days it’s hard to imagine a time when concepts, costumes and even title logos changed little over decades. This week’s Undervalued Spotlight pick…

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Undervalued Spotlight #229

Detective Comics #17, DC Comics, (July 1938) Comic books have spawned some of the greatest characters in fiction. Just look how much other media have tapped this nursery of character development that comic books are. The most valuable comics are…

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Detective Comics #6

After a tour of duty on Batman with Dick Grayson as the man behind the cowl, Daniels returned to the Dark Knight's world in writing Detective Comics. Not with Bruce Wayne firmly entrenched as the undisputed caped crusader, Daniels' run has hit its stride after five issues. This week Comic Book Daily takes a look at issue six of Tony Daniels' take on Bruce Wayne and the world of Batman.
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Auction Highlights #59

ComicLink November 2011 Featured Auction The November ComicLink Featured Auction has just ended. I really liked this auction, there was a little something here for everybody! The top 50 comics were an interesting mix. Of the top 50 there were…

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Undervalued Spotlight #101

Detective Comics #395, DC Comics, January 1970 I meant to post this book right after Undervalued Spotlight #98. The two books go hand in hand as far as I’m concerned since both represent major steps in the development of superhero…

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