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Some love for the Naja-Naja

I wasn’t a DC reader. The few issues included in the mother-lode I’d inherited from my brothers were obviously sub-par, and my pennies were scarce enough already. 980 more words

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Detective 582 - Batman assaults the Manhunter temple

Detective 582 (Jan. 88) is not merely a Millenium crossover, it was also part of a four issue telling of the heroes’ invasion of the Manhunter temple in the Louisiana bayou.  261 more words

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Detective 581 - Two Two-Faces

Mike W Barr’s run on Detective comes to an end with issue 581 (Dec. 87), the concluding half of the two Two-Faces story, with art by Jim Baikie and Pablo Marcos. 163 more words

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Detective 522 - Batman chases the Snowman, and Hi Tek toys with Green Arrow

Gerry Conway, Irv Novick and Pablo Marcos bring back the Snowman, Klaus Krispin, in Detective 522 (Jan. 83).

Krispin had appeared in an issue of Batman a couple of years earlier. 197 more words

Detective 461 - Captain Stingaree, part 2, and Tim Trench ends

While the Batman story in Detective 461 (July 1976) is not bad, there simply isn’t much to this middle chapter in the Bob Rozakins/Mike Uslan/Ernie Chan/Frank McLaughlin saga. 156 more words

Detective 460 - Captain Stingaree and Tim Trench debut

Captain Stingaree is introduced in an unusual three-part story, by Bob Rozakis and Michael Uslan, with art by Ernie Chan and Frank McLaughlin.

Stingaree opens the trilogy by explaining, to a roomful of dummies, that Batman is really three men working together.  182 more words

Detective 459 - a mystery writer's murder, and Man-Bat ends

Marty Pasko and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez craft a decent whodunnit in Detective 459 (May 1976), but unfortunately it really has little connection to Ernie Chan’s cover. 190 more words