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Picked up as a single and a pair in the US, then had them shipped over to the UK. They're tatty by collector's standards (and none of them work) but still good enough for a spot of light Batzooka-ing
Detective 264 Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye. I shouldn't have bought this one, because I have a reprint of the Batman story, which has great Dick Sprang art.
Detective 271 Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye
Batman 135 October 1960 Cover pencils by Dick Dillin and Sheldon Moldoff, inks by Sheldon Moldoff
Batman 139 April 1961 Cover by Sheldon Moldoff
Batman 120 December 1958 Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye
Batman 130 March 1960 Cover by Sheldon Moldoff. One story, "Batman's Deadly Birthday" has a giant sized Birthday cake that is a death trap for the Dynamic Due and a Cow full of money. These probably inspired part of Batman's Anniversary/A Riddling Controvery
Batman 131 May 1960 cover by Sheldon Moldoff
Batman 133 August 1960 cover by Sheldon Moldoff
Batman 134 September 1960 cover by Sheldon Moldoff
Batman 137 February 1961 cover by Sheldon Moldoff
Lois Lane 14 January 1960 Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye - Batman's picture is on the cover but he doesn't appear in the issue. I knew that when I bought it, because I already had the cover story reprinted in a Lois Lane annual.
World's Finest 171 November 1967 Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein
Wibble, what are your plans for these, may I ask? Bat-zooka or Freeze ray?
In an ideal world, one of each, (but it's the Batzooka that I'm more excited to see come to life). I just need to find the time to get the ball rolling!
I can finally add this to my Adam West conversion. The base says 1965.
I'd love to see all four of your cowls together, Lou!