"BATMAN AND ROBIN" 1944 SUNDAY PAGE STAT CUSTOM FRAMED DISPLAY.
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17-1/8x21-3/8x2" deep beautifully crafted custom frame holds bw printing stat for Sept. 17, 1944 "Batman And Robin" Sunday page, featuring the concluding chapter for "The Mardi Gras Mystery" storyline. The "Batman And Robin" Sunday page began in late 1943, making this an early example. This comic strip has important historical significance as it is the last large body of work that Batman creator Bob Kane penciled completely solo. Stat measures approx. 10-1/8x14-7/8" and has vertical crease at center as mailed w/scattered handling wear. Fine overall. This piece came from the collection of Batman co-creator/writer Bill Finger, who wrote this script for this Sunday page. Stat is part of great display w/great frame created by artist Dan Makara, featuring collage style utilizing various newspaper "Batman And Robin" comic strip images from the 1940s, including two large title panels. Batman, Robin, The Joker and Two-Face appear on frame, wrapping around sides. Makara utilized the same technique for the custom matt surrounding the stat. VF/Exc. display. Dan Makara Collection.
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