Bill Finger and Dick Sprang provide the first of many variations of this story, in which a criminal adopts the guise and/or style of crime of the Joker, in order to deflect suspicion from themselves. 258 more words
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Bill Finger and Bob Kane introduce Matthew Thorne, the Crime Doctor, in Detective 77 (July 1943).
Thorne is a family physician, who advises criminals on the side. 200 more words
Great cover for this Bill Finger/Bob Kane/Jerry Robinson story from Detective 71 (Jan. 43), in which the Joker gives daily clues to his upcoming crimes. 118 more words
The Penguin returns in this story by Bill Finger, with art by Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson. There are a number of good ideas, but it lacks something. 166 more words
Another generic Batman and Robin cover for Detective 63 (May 1942). Mr. Baffle was good enough to mention, but not to show.
Mr. Baffle is blatantly patterned after the character Raffles, the gentleman thief. 315 more words