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Batman, The Incessant Battle

New York, city of multiple faces, has been used for years as the landmark of numerous superheroes in the DC and Marvel Universe. Before the new vigilantes (the Avengers, Green Lantern or even Spider-man) chose to settle down their headquarters on New York’s ground, NYC was ultimately associated with the Batman. 659 more words


Detective 312 - The Clayface Batman, and the Martian Manhunter gets a sidekick

Clayface is back again for his third round with Batman and Robin in Detective 312 (Feb. 63).  Matt Hagen once again escapes from prison and recharges his powers from his secret pool in this Bill Finger/Sheldon Moldoff story. 249 more words

Detective 311 - Cat-Man debuts, and the Martian Manhunter fights off an alien invasion

Cat-Man makes his debut in Detective 311 (Jan. 63), in a story by Bill Finger and Jim Mooney.

Thomas Blake is introduced as a member of the same social club as Bruce Wayne, having just returned from a sojourn in Africa.  238 more words

Detective 310 - Bat-Mite creates super-powered villains

Bat-Mite gets as close to being an actual villain in Detective 310 (Dec. 62), as he would ever get, thanks to Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff. 159 more words

Detective 306 - Batman vs Arnold Hugo

Professor Arnold Hugo debuts in Detective 306 (Aug. 62).  He is unique among Batman villains, in that he only faced him once, but returned as a recurring foe of the Martian Manhunter.  105 more words

Detective 304 - Clayface returns

Matt Hagen escapes from prison, returning to his secret pool and re-powering himself for another go as Clayface, in Detective 304 (June 1962), in a story by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff. 123 more words

Detective 298 - Batman vs Clayface

Matt Hagen, the second Batman villain to use the name Clayface, debuts in Detective 298 (Dec. 61), in a story by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff. 194 more words