Batman #9 Values
Publisher: DC, 1942
About Batman #9Joker appearance. First Batman Christmas story. Classic cover pose, swiped repeatedly during the Golden Age. Bob Kane, Jerry Robinson, and George Roussos art.
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Pencils: Fred Ray
Inks: Jerry Robinson
Notes: Art credits per list Fred Ray gave Jack Burnley which was published in Alter Ego #25 (June 2003). We previously credited Burnley with the art.
Reprints: The Best of DC (DC, 1979 series) #2 (November-December 1979)
Characters: Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; John (radio listener); Jaffeer (death); Commissioner James Gordon; Villains: Fritz (villain); John "Mousey" Meggs (villain, death); Albert "Slick" Dandy (villain, death); Pete "Nails" Logan (villain, death); Mortimer "Brains" Brinig (villain, death)
Synopsis: When four fugitives steal a large ruby from the turban of Jaffeer, he casts a terrible curse of four fates upon each of the crooks. The Caped Crusaders attempt to capture each of the four, but the curse works on each in most unusual ways.
Script: Bill Finger
Pencils: Bob Kane (signed); Jerry Robinson
Inks: Jerry Robinson; George Roussos (backgrounds)
Letters: George Roussos
Notes: Pencil and ink credits verified by Robinson; letterer credit verified by Roussos.
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