Batman Comic Books

Batman #300 (1940 1st Series) June 1978 DC Comics Grade NM

$49.99

  • Details
    Cover art by Dick Giordano, script by David Vern (as David V. Reed), pencils by Walt Simonson, inks by Dick Giordano

    Giant-sized 300th Anniversary with 3-part book-length story

    "The Last Batman Story--?":
    Batman and Robin in Gotham City of the future thwart the attempted attack by a band of blue-costumed men on a mobile surgical capsule being transferred to the Columbia Space Station surgery department; The villains' leader is killed in a strange explosion; Batman and Robin realize that their foes are a crime-cabal called Spectrum, divided into seven sections to correspond with the colors of the light spectrum. Hostess snack cakes ad with Aquaman. Letter from comics historian Peter Sanderson.

    1st printing.
    Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded.
    This comic book is in new condition complete with cover and all pages attached it has flaws that warrant a NM grade.
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