Bat Lash (1968 1st Series) comic books 1956-1969
Cover art by Nick Cardy. Bat Lash... We're A-Comin' Ta Get You!, script by Sergio Aragonés and Denny O'Neil, art by Nick Cardy; Bat Lash stumbles across a plot to steal a lost Spanish treasure and decides to find it for himself. House ad for DC Special #1 and World's Finest Comics #179, pencils by Carmine Infantino, Neal Adams, Win Mortimer, and Curt Swan, inks by Carmine Infantino, Neal Adams, Win Mortimer, and Stan Kaye. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.
Cover art by Nick Cardy. House ad for Green Lantern #65and The Brave and the Bold #81, pencils by Mike Sekowsky and Neal Adams, inks by Joe Giella and Neal Adams. Untitled Bat Lash story, script by Nick Cardy (plot) and Denny O'Neil (script), art by Nick Cardy; Bat Lash becomes the reluctant guardian to a young girl whose father was gunned down and uncovers the crooked scheme that led to the murder. Captain Action and Action Boy Meet Dr. Evil toy ad, art by Kurt Schaffenberger. House ad for Batman #207, art by Irv Novick. House ad for Captain Action #2, art by Gil Kane. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.
Written by Sergio Aragonés and Denny O'Neil. Cover and art by Nick Cardy. Bat Lash meets a female sheriff's deputy who is as wily and resourceful as he, and who helps him against a corrupt and insane judge. Zeroids toy ad, art by Kurt Schaffenberger. Ad for Showcase #80, art by Neal Adams. Ad for Our Army at War #203. Information about the Alley Awards. Ad for Tomahawk #121, art by Frank Thorne and Neal Adams. 36 pages, full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.
- Pedigree: John G. Fantucchio
- From the John G. Fantucchio collection, but comic does not include a certificate of authenticity.
- Staple rust with migration.
Written by Nick Cardy and Denny O'Neil Pencils. Art and cover by Nick Cardy. Bat Lash follows a pretty girl to Mexico and becomes tangled up in a revolutionary plot, but eventually he gets away with two bags of gold. Ad for DC Special #3 and The Flash #187, art by Neal Adams, Ross Andru, Nick Cardy, and Mike Esposito. Ads for Detective Comics #386 and The Brave and the Bold (DC, 1955 series) #83, art by Irv Novick. Bat Laffs cartoon by Sergio Aragonés. Cover price $0.12.
- Centerfold detached at one staple.
Untitled story by Sergio Aragones and Denny O'Neil. Art by Nick Cardy. One-page "Bat-Laffs" cartoons by Aragones. One-page text feature, "The Wonderful World of Comics # 11: DC Stars of State, Screen, Radio and Television" with short histories of Superman, Batman, Hop Harrigan, the Vigilante, Congo Bill, Blackhawk, and Aquaman appearances in various productions. Cover price $0.12.
Cover art by Nick Cardy. Untitled Bat Lash story, script by Sergio Aragonés and Denny O'Neil, pencils by Nick Cardy and Mike Sekowsky, inks by Nick Cardy; Bat Lash encounters the man who swindled his parents out of their farm and kills him; He is arrested for the crime and tells the sheriff how Rickett's scam led to the murder of the elder Lashes and how Bat escaped with his sister and his fiancee, hiding them in a convent; Bat escapes from jail and goes to find Melissa and Bitsy but they tell him they are taking vows to become nuns and intend to stay at the convent. Letter from Don McGregor. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.12.
Cover art by Nick Cardy. Untitled Bat Lash story, script by Sergio Aragones and Denny O'Neil, art by Nick Cardy; Bat Lash's brother has become a bounty hunter but does not remember his past or even his real name due to the traumatic events surrounding his parents' murders; Neither he nor Bat recognize each other when they meet, and the only man who can tell them the truth is gunned down. Bat Lash illustration by Sergio Aragones. House ad for DC Special #5, art by Joe Kubert. House ad for World's Finest Comics #188, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.