Batman starred in "Spore" from issues #776–780. Gute Ergänzung zu 80 Years Superman - Activ Comics. A notable debut in the first issue was Slam Bradley created in contribution by Malcom-Wheeler-Nicholson, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The company began to move aggressively against what it saw as copyright-violating imitations from other companies, such as Fox Comics' Wonder Man, which (according to court testimony) Fox started as a copy of Superman. Geben Sie es weiter, tauschen Sie es ein, © 1998-2020,, Inc. oder Tochtergesellschaften, Übersetzen Sie alle Bewertungen auf Deutsch, Lieferung verfolgen oder Bestellung anzeigen, Recycling (einschließlich Entsorgung von Elektro- & Elektronikaltgeräten). Momentanes Problem beim Laden dieses Menüs. [7] Issue #38 (April 1940) introduced Batman's sidekick Robin, billed as "The Sensational Character Find of 1940" on the cover and the first of several characters that would make up the "Batman Family. 16 in September 1939. Instead of reviving the old character, Schwartz had writers Robert Kanigher and John Broome, penciler Carmine Infantino, and inker Joe Kubert create an entirely new super-speedster, updating and modernizing the Flash's civilian identity, costume, and origin with a science-fiction bent. and thank heaven the Boy Commandos are long buried. ", Manning "1980s" in Dolan, p. 235: "In February [1988], the Batman crossed paths with Scarface and the Ventriloquist in, Manning "1980s" in Dougall, p. 171: "Writers John Wagner and Alan Grant and artist Norm Breyfogle introduced the Ratcatcher in this two-part story. The first revealed city was Superman's home city, Metropolis, that was originally named in Action Comics No. Issues #438 (Dec. 1973-Jan. 1974) to #445 (Feb.–March 1975) of the series were in the 100 Page Super Spectacular format. The character Doctor Occult, created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in December 1935 within the issue No. DC Comics presents a preview of Detective Comics #1030 by Peter J. Tomasi and Bilquis Evely. Wählen Sie eine Sprache für Ihren Einkauf. The company now referred to itself in its advertising as "Superman-DC". DC established Paradox Press to publish material such as the large-format Big Book of... series of multi-artist interpretations on individual themes, and such crime fiction as the graphic novel Road to Perdition. », « September's Detective Comics #485 featured...the League of Assassins' murder of Kathy (Batwoman) Kane [an event] that sent Batman out for revenge in a story by scripter Denny O'Neil and artist Don Newton. Les numéros 438 (décembre 1973-janvier 1974) à 445 (février–mars 1975) de la série furent dans le format 100 Page Super Spectacular (en)[30]. Die darin gegebenen Dinge werden hier zum Teil noch einmal aufgegriffen und dann insbesondere um die Betrachtung von Vorgängern einzelner Aspekte Batmans und auch Wechselbeeinflussungen erweitert. Le numéro 38 (avril 1940) introduit le jeune partenaire de Batman, Robin qui est le premier des nombreux personnages qui allaient créés la « Batman Family »[12]. DC célébra le premier anniversaire des New 52 en septembre 2012 en publiant un numéro "0" pour chaque titre original des New 52. [54] The character Roy Raymond first appeared in issue #153 (Nov. The art in Detective Comics #1031 is another beautiful outing from Bilquis Evely and Matt Lopes. Scott West de donna au troisième arc de la série une critique positive, déclarant que « Après le numéro décevant lié à Night of the Owls du dernier mois, c’est sympa de voir que "Detective Comics" revient où il devrait être… à de bonnes histoires de détective[71]. Le prix de Detective Comics fut augmenté dû à l’ajout d’un récit secondaire présentant Double-Face, récit qui fut écrit par Tony Daniel et illustré par Syzmon Kudranski[75], il faisait suite à un récit similaire présentant Hugo Strange. The third and final title published under his aegis would be Detective Comics, advertised with a cover illustration dated December 1936, but eventually premiering three months later, with a March 1937 cover date. L’écrivain Mike W. Barr et les artistes Alan Davis et Todd McFarlane élaborèrent le récit « Batman: Year Two » dans Detective Comics n°575–578 qui suivit le Batman : Année Un de Frank Miller[43]. Comment. The supervillain Killer Croc made a shadowy cameo in issue #523 (Feb. DC Comics relaunched Detective Comics with issue #1 in September 2011, as part of The New 52. 13 (June 1939) introduced the first recurring Superman enemy referred to as the Ultra-Humanite first introduced by Siegel and Shuster, commonly cited as one of the earliest supervillain in comic books. All DC Archive Editions are hardback only and printed on high quality archival paper. DETECTIVE COMICS #1031. written by PETER J. TOMASI; art by BILQUIS EVELY; cover by JORGE JIMENEZ; card stock variant cover by LEE BERMEJO; ON SALE 11/24/20; $3.99 US | 32 PAGES | FC | DC; CARD STOCK VARIANT COVER $4.99; Damian Wayne has made his move against a familiar threat from Bruce Wayne’s past—so why has the former Boy Wonder targeted none other than Tommy … [77], On June 1, 2011, DC announced that it would end all ongoing series set in the DC Universe in August and relaunch its comic line with 52 issue #1s, starting with Justice League on August 31 (written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Jim Lee), with the rest to follow later on in September. ", Wallace "1940s" in Dolan, p. 41: "The inaugural issue of, Wallace "1940s" in Dolan, p. 61: "Television was a new medium in 1949, and this issue saw the debut of Roy Raymond, adventurer and star of the fictional TV program 'Impossible _ But True! Nonetheless, in March 2019, Detective became only the third American comic book in history - after Action and the Four Color series of the 1930s-60s by Dell Comics - to publish a 1,000th issue. [44][45], Despite the official names "National Comics" and "National Periodical Publications", the company began branding itself as "Superman-DC" as early as 1940, and the company became known colloquially as DC Comics for years before the official adoption of that name in 1977.[46]. DC Entertainment, Inc. is a subsidiary of Warner Bros. that manages its comic book units and intellectual property (characters) in other units as they work with other Warner Bros units. [89] This status quo ended with the conclusion of Tynion's run on the series in issue #981, published May 2018. The Elongated Man run lasted until #383 (Jan. 1969) and his feature returned sporadically 15 times until #572, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of the title by teaming him up with Batman, Robin, Slam Bradley and Sherlock Holmes against Edgar Moriarty, the great-grandnephew of Professor Moriarty. [66] The series was written and drawn by Tony Daniel until the 12th issue, with the team of John Layman and Jason Fabok beginning with issue #13. The longest-lasting character in Detective Comics was Batman: from the time of his debut (#27, May 1939), the Caped Crusader was almost always the star of the cover and lead story. DC significantly lightened the tone of many DC comics—particularly Batman and Detective Comics—to better complement the "camp" tone of the TV series. In 2005, DC launched its "All-Star" line (evoking the title of the 1940s publication), designed to feature some of the company's best-known characters in stories that eschewed the long and convoluted continuity of the DC Universe.