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An anthology comic, in the manner of the times, Detective Comics #1 (March 1937) featured stories in the "hard-boiled detective" genre, with such stars as Slam Bradley (created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster before their character Superman saw print two years later); Cosmo ("the Phantom of Disguise); Buck Marshall ("Range Detective"); and Speed Saunders, among others. Its An anthology comic, in the manner of the times, Detective Comics #1 (March 1937) featured stories in the "hard-boiled detective" genre, with such stars as Slam Bradley (created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster before their character Superman saw print two years later); Cosmo ("the Phantom of Disguise); Buck Marshall ("Range Detective"); and Speed Saunders, among others. Its editor, Vin Sullivan, also drew the debut issue's cover. It features the character "Fui Onyui" who served as the "yellow peril" villain (battled by Slam Bradley and his humourous sidekick Shorty Morgan). No Batman until issue #27.


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An anthology comic, in the manner of the times, Detective Comics #1 (March 1937) featured stories in the "hard-boiled detective" genre, with such stars as Slam Bradley (created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster before their character Superman saw print two years later); Cosmo ("the Phantom of Disguise); Buck Marshall ("Range Detective"); and Speed Saunders, among others. Its An anthology comic, in the manner of the times, Detective Comics #1 (March 1937) featured stories in the "hard-boiled detective" genre, with such stars as Slam Bradley (created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster before their character Superman saw print two years later); Cosmo ("the Phantom of Disguise); Buck Marshall ("Range Detective"); and Speed Saunders, among others. Its editor, Vin Sullivan, also drew the debut issue's cover. It features the character "Fui Onyui" who served as the "yellow peril" villain (battled by Slam Bradley and his humourous sidekick Shorty Morgan). No Batman until issue #27.

30 review for Detective Comics (1937-2011) #1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gonzalo Urrutia

    YIKES. Is there a way to rate this crap lower than one star? Siri? Anybody?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Uzma

    There is a strange pleasure in reading comics this old. The humor, the story telling is so different now from what it used to be.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ellie Hope

    13/100

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    Bonnie McLeod

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