Written by: Matt Molgaard
Got kids? Better yet, let me ask you this: Got kids who love to read scary stories? We’ve got you covered on must-read recommendations! 1,198 more words
Batman and Robin may not have been aware that the guy with the gun is the real Skid Turkel until he announced it, but they sure do now, on the cover of Batman 74 (Dec/Jan 52/53). 291 more words
Batman and Robin visit the Arthurian era in Batman 36 (Aug/Sept 46).
But the lead story in the issue features the Penguin, by Schwartz, Kane and Burnley. 317 more words
Alfred gets a prominent place on the cover of Batman 22 (April/May 44), as his solo series begins.
Alfred also gets a featured role in the Catwoman story in this issue, by Schwartz, Kane and Robinson. 385 more words
Busting broncos on the cover of Batman 21 (Feb/March 1944).
Alvin Schwartz joins Dick Sprang on this story, which is the first story in Batman to show the new, think Alfred, after his character visited a health spa in the pages of Detective Comics. 191 more words
Before we delve into the silly sexism of the cover story for Superman 108 (Sept. 56), there is another story about Perry White’s son becoming a reporter. 175 more words