Detective 158 (April 1950) is the first story to really focus on the Batcave, both on the cover, and in the tale by Edmond Hamilton and Bob Kane. 174 more words
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It’s definitely Vicki Vale on the cover for Detective 152 (Oct. 49), and she is even in the Batman and Robin story inside! The scene pictured does not happen, but her photographs are central to the story. 337 more words
Edmond Hamilton and Bob Kane tell the cover story for Detective 135 (May 1948).
Professor Carter Nichols returns having been researching the story behind the Frankenstein legend, and he travels back in time himself to discover that there really was a scientist, with a giant assistant Ivan. 115 more words
Catwoman had been appearing in the pages of Batman for seven years before she finally made it into Detective Comics, with issue 122 (April 1947), drawn by Bob Kane. 114 more words
The Batman and Robin story in Detective 117 (Nov. 46) has to do with steeplejacks, which mean people who build the metal frames of high rises. 252 more words