Batman 1st Series #222

By: DC Comics

Type: Comic

Product Line: Batman 1st Series Comics (DC Comics)


Product Info

Title
Batman 1st Series #222
Publisher
Category
Author
Frank Robbins
Publish Year
1970
Pages
36
Dimensions
6.5x10.2x.25"
NKG Part #
2149104518
Type
Comic

Description

Cover art by Neal Adams. "Dead... Till Proven Alive!", script by Frank Robbins, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano; Rock fans worldwide are finding clues buried in Oliver Twists albums that the lead singer, Saul Cartwright, is dead and has been replaced by an impostor; Batman and Robin investigate the matter while the rockers are guests at Wayne Manor and find criminal ties to one member; During their investigations, the Dynamic Duo come across a couple of deadly traps and they realize that one of the members of the group has tried to kill them. "So You Want to be a Cartoonist?" article by Joe Kubert. "Case of No Consequence!", script by Mike Friedrich, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano; After a long night of fighting crime, Batman is exhausted, but as he is ready to return home, he spots a mugger taking away something from a man; When Batman approaches, he learns that the victim was mute and could only speak in hand signs; The man tells Batman that the thief took away his camera, which is his only means of livelihood; Batman decides to fulfill the mute photographer's request to retrieve his stolen camera and he starts a chase across the city. Letters to the editor from comic writer Mike Barr, comic artist John Workman, and comics historian Bill Schelly. Beatles cover appearance.

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