House ad for Batman #203 (August 1968); printed in The Adventures of Jerry Lewis #107 (July-August 1968)
Comic cover art: pencils and inks by Neal Adams, letters by Gaspar Saladino (?)
Ad designed and lettered by Gaspar Saladino
And now...The Blueprints of Batman!
Panel from "The 1000 Secrets of the Batcave!" in Batman #203, originally published in Batman #48 (August-September 1948), script by Bill Finger, pencils and inks by Jim Mooney, letters by Ira Schnapp
The Batplane II!
Panel from "The Birth of Batplane II!" in Batman #203, originally published in Batman #61 (October-November 1950), script by David Vern Reed, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris, letters by Ira Schnapp
(Click picture to giant-penny-size)
In this story, Batman is hobbled by his own sense of honesty and honor. Never make a deal with a criminal, Batman! Never make a deal!
Panel from "The Flying Bat-Cave!" in Batman #203, originally published in Detective Comics #186 (August 1952), script by David Vern Reed (?), Batman and Robin figure pencils by Bob Kane, all other pencils by Lew Sayre Schwartz, inks by Charles Paris
Batman is nothing if not pedantic. He won't set foot in Gotham for a week, thanks to the...
Batman has made the Flying Bat-Cave so much like home. How much like home has he made the Flying Bat-Cave?
HE BROUGHT ALONG THE GIANT PENNY
And why did he bring along the giant penny?
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So: Batman #203, won't you?