The first cover to feature an image directly related to the lead story appears on Batman 24 (Aug/Sept 44), as Joe Samachson and Dick Sprang send Batman and Robin back to ancient Rome. 285 more words
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Easily the worst World War 2 Batman cover, on issue 18 (Aug/Sept 43).
But despite the cover, this issue contains my very favourite Tweedledee and Tweedledum story, The Secret of Hunter’s Inn, by Joe Samachson and Jerry Robinson. 277 more words
Interesting facts about the surprising history of Tweedledum and Tweedledee
Who is being described? Born in the north-west of England near Manchester, he was a literary man who was also noted in his day for his interest in science and mathematics. 588 more words
Two of Batman’s most frequent enemies from the 1940s, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, are introduced in Detective 74 (April 1943), with art by Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson. 202 more words
These are a couple of letters that I emailed to the Daily Express this morning.
In way they are the same theme i.e. that the Main parties don’t give a care about what voters really want: 534 more words