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Eighty Page Giant (1964) 5

  • Issue #5
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 5
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #487-AA-005
    • 1" cumulative spine split.
    • 1.5" Spine split from bottom.
    • 1" cumulative spine split.
    • 3/4" Spine split from top.
    • 1 3/4" Cumulative spine split.

    Batman 80pg. Giant, silver anniversary issue celebrating 25 years of Batman and Robin. Reprints. Cover art by Win Mortimer. "The Crimes of the Catwoman!", script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris; A reformed Selina Kyle is provoked into returning to crime as the Catwoman. One-page Little Pete humor story by Henry Boltinoff. "Batman's Greatest Thrills!", pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris; Even while appearing on the television program "Your Life Story," the Dynamic Duo are still able to apprehend The Joker. Half-page Bebe cartoon by Henry Boltinoff. "The Invisible Batman!", script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Bob Kane (Batman & Robin figures) and Lew Sayre Schwartz (as Bob Kane), inks by Ray Burnley and Stan Kaye; When Batman is rendered invisible by radioactive dye, he must smash a gold bullion caper, prove his identity in court, and finally find an antidote for his condition. Batman/Detective Comics ad. Half-page Willy and Dilly story by Henry Boltinoff. "Rustling on a Reservation," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Charles Paris; Batman motivates a tribe of Pueblo Indians to track down evil One-Wing's band of cattle rustlers. Cheerios ad with Rocky and Bullwinkle. "Bride of Batman!", script by David Vern, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris; To deflect unwanted romantic attention from the Shah of Nairomi, Vicki Vale announces to the world that she is engaged to Batman. "The City of Ancient Heroes," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff, inks by Charles Paris; Once a year, the residents of Legend City dress as mythological characters; When the Gimmick Gang hit the city to steal "King Midas's" gold, Batman and Robin must follow them and crack their disguises. "The Man Who Shadowed Batman!", script by Ed Herron, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris; Batman places a strangely shaped key in his utility belt for analysis; It is, however, a tracking device with which The Inventor can follow every move that he makes. Sequence from Daily Newspaper Syndicated Strip starring Batman and Robin, pencils by Bob Kane. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.