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    Detective Comics #43 (DC, 1940) CGC FN/VF 7.0 White pages. Batman and Robin end up taking a busman's holiday when they run into a corrupt small-town mayor and his goons, while on vacation. The art was a joint effort between Bob Kane, Jerry Robinson, and George Roussos. This book's backups feature Speed Saunders and Slam Bradley, drawn by Fred Guardineer and Howard Sherman, respectively. Just eight copies of this issue have been certified with a higher grade by CGC to date. Overstreet 2016 FN 6.0 value = $1,098; VF 8.0 value = $2,562. CGC census 2/17: 7 in 7.0, 8 higher. From the Columbus Collection.

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