detective Comic s #1000 Midnight release & Special Midnight Variant

80 Years of the Dark Knight Detective Batman,,,,,wow…That’s Quite an Achievement. Celebrate that in Detective Comics #1000 on sale March 27, 2019. We will Have a Special Midnight Release at Midnight of course March 27. Click the below link to view covers that are available. The link Does show Shop exclusives covers as well. I’ve not done any of those as the cost is too cost prohibitive in my eyes. We are taking lists for those who are interested in complete sets of covers we have coming in. E-mail @ jcscomicsnmore@hotmail.com or let me know when you stop in. Also you can celebrate a few weeks earlier as well on March 6, 2019 with the DETECTIVE COMICS 80 YEARS Of BATMAN Dlx Hdcr (W/A) Jim Chambers & Various (CA) Jim Lee, Scott Williams. Celebrating the legacy of the Dark Knight, DETECTIVE COMICS: 80 YEARS Of BATMAN follows the best-selling ACTION COMICS: 80 YEARS Of SUPERMAN (Still on Sale).
Over the past eight decades, Batman has remained at the forefront of popular culture, which is in no small part because of this comic book series that is synonymous with the Dark Knight! Celebrate DETECTIVE COMICS with DC, as we revisit classic stories from comics from the 1930’s onward, featuring some of Batman’s greatest allies and villains and work from some of the greatest creators ever to grace the graphic-literature medium!
Curated by guest editor Paul Levitz, it features reprints of the Dark Knight’s most memorable adventures, from his first appearance to the debuts of Robin, Batwoman, Bat-Mite and Batgirl, as well as villains including Two-Face, the Riddler, Clayface, Man-Bat and more. This hardcover also spotlights crime-fighters including Slam Bradley, Air Wave, the Boy Commandos, the Martian Manhunter and the 1970’s Manhunter, Paul Kirk!¬†
And, published for the first time anywhere: a new tale of a traumatic early¬†moment in Bruce Wayne’s life written by Paul Levitz with art by Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz, and an extraordinary look at a long-ago work in progress-the original layouts for the Batman tale from DETECTIVE COMICS #200, as illustrated by Lew Sayre Schwartz (and signed “Bob Kane”). As if that’s not enough, this volume includes essays on Batman from contributors including Cory Doctorow, Neil Gaiman, Glen David Gold, Dennis O’Neil, former San Diego police chief Shelley Zimmerman and pulp historian Anthony Tollin.
With a new cover by DC Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee, These stories will be accompanied by breathtaking essays from some of the best writers of our time about how Batman has affected their work and American culture at large. Be here for the celebration of the year!
Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #1, 20, 27, 38, 60, 64, 66, 140, 151, 153, 225, 233, 267, 298, 327, 359, 400, 437, 443, 457, 474, 482, 500, 567, 742 and #27 (New 52).

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Special Silver/Bronze-Age flash sale

Okay had a couple of comic guys that only do on line auctions here wanting me to wholesale them older Silver/Bronze-Age Comics. The price that were offering was Waay TOO Low for me to consider. Wanted mainly keys. Offered to buy the entire wall of comics behind the front counter & the contents of the Blue Bin. We couldn’t come an agreement on prices, so here’s what I’m doing with the Blue Bin for the next 3 days, today included. 50% comics, but a Minimum of 8 comics pulled or if you spend $125. There are some higher priced comics in there. I’ve for these requirements because not too interested in selling a comic or two. Want Everyone in the area to Prove that I Was Correct in Not selling to them & taking the quick cash. I Want to have a Great Back issue selection for the comic fans in the area. They Even said while in here that I had a Great Selection. I Also Need everyone who reads this to Share it, Get the word out. I Know it can be done, I’ve seen it for other things. Thank You.