com Batmobile: The Complete History offers the story of a fine car and its evolution from the pages of Detective Comics to its appearance on the movies and the mechanics of constructing actual Batmobiles from comic and film visions, and is a pick for any collection strong in either Batman history and lore or curious cars in general.
What does DC stand for?
DC stands for Detective Comics
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- Descoberta do Conhecimento (Portuguese: Knowledge Discovery; Brazil and Portugal)
- Desert Combat (computer game)
- Desert Crisis (Half-Life modification)
- Design Change
- Design Compiler (computing)
- Design Criteria
- Después de Cristo (Spanish: After Christ)
- Destiny's Child (band)
- Detachment Commander (Australia)
- Detection Classification
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A copy of Detective Comics number 27, which sold for 10 cents in 1939 and features the debut of Batman, got the top bid at the New York City auction and sold for about 523,000 dollars (NZ 630,000 dollars), including a buyer's premium.
Although some knowledge of the original game will certainly give readers an advantage, newer readers will appreciate this new Batman story written by Detective Comics writer Paul Dini and artist Carlos D'Anda.
In the December issues of DC Comics Detective Comics Annual and Batman Annual, the caped crusader has set up Batman Incorporated and wants to install a superhero in cities around the world to fight crime.
The restored 1939 edition of Detective Comics shows the Caped Crusader battling criminals on the streets of Gotham City for the first time and could fetch pounds 25,000.
Comic back issues have risen in price far higher and faster than house prices over the past 70 years, with three titles recently fetching more than a million dollars each on the open market, including Superman, Captain America and Detective Comics (Batman).
The Batman", as the Caped Crusader was known then, made his debut in Detective Comics No 27.
The partnership will offer customised furniture, made in solid wood and steel, bearing the motifs of a constellation of superheroes from the Detective Comics DC/Warner Brothers stable.