Art by Jim Lee. Copyright DC Comics Inc.The cover to Detective Comics #1000. By Andrew A. SmithTribune Content AgencyHappy Birthday, Batman!This month marks the 80th anniversary of the Dark Knight’s first appearance, on March 30, 1939, in Detective Comics #27. So DC Comics is having a yearlong birthday party, highlighted by Detective Comics #1000, arriving March…See More
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