It was not unusual for the generic Batman and Robin covers to have no connection to the interior stories, but the cover for Detective 136 (June 1948) is amazingly specific, and still has no connection to the interior story. 118 more words
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Detective 113 (July 1946) has a surprisingly progressive Batman and Robin story by Bill Finger, with art by Dick Sprang
We meet Captain Jibbs and his daughter Josephine, who wants to run an oyster boat just like her aging father did. 300 more words
I may have decided to skip the run of the mill tales, but as Detective 102 (Aug. 45) shows, I am including all the tales with the recurring villains, no matter how stupid. 186 more words
Another generic Batman and Robin cover on Detective 95 (Jan. 45), but considering the villain in this issue, it’s no loss.
The Blaze is introduced in this Mort Weisinger story, and thanks to Dick Sprang’s art, he looks interesting. 192 more words