Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson contribute the art on the Batman story in Detective 72 (Feb. 43). The cover accurately bills the story, “License for Larceny.” 215 more words
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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
Although it appears that Detective 70 (Dec. 42) has a generic image of Batman and Robin, it actually does show a scene from the story. 155 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
Detective 62 - the Joker goes vaudeville, Air Wave vs Mr. Mystery, and Slam Bradley goes to the fair
Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson put together a tale in Detective 62 (April 1942) that likely was more fun when it came out. 266 more words
From one extreme to the other, instead of having a generic cover, Detective 61 (March 1942) uses the splash page as the cover.
This would become commonplace, although most had a bit more divergence than the two shown. 277 more words