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Detective Comics #27

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The very first appearance of the Bat-Man in the six-page story "The Case of the Criminal Syndicate!" This issue also features the first appearances of Commissioner Gordon and the revelation of the Bat-Man's secret identity as Bruce Wayne.


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The very first appearance of the Bat-Man in the six-page story "The Case of the Criminal Syndicate!" This issue also features the first appearances of Commissioner Gordon and the revelation of the Bat-Man's secret identity as Bruce Wayne.

30 review for Detective Comics #27

  1. 4 out of 5

    Foad

    ^_^ اولین کمیک بتمن! اولین حضورش در مجموعه "کمیک های کارآگاهی" که بعدها به اختصار دی سی نامیده شد. طراحی شده توسط باب کین و بیل فینگر، با اقتباس از یک فیلم صامت وحشت، که مردی با لباس خفاشی نقش منفی داشت و قاتل داستان بود. و با الهام از زورو، مرد ثروتمندی که روزها خودش رو جوانی عیاش و بی دست و پا جا میزنه، تا شب ها با شنل و نقاب سیاه، عدالت رو اجرا کنه. و همین، و همه چیز. (:

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    I read this earlier As freebie online, for Batman 75th Anniversary. I love that it is issue 27...that's my number! Also nice to see Bill Finger get credit instead of Bob Kane. For what it created, this book is invaluable.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mayra Morales

    PUM 💥 PUNCH 👊crack

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    The very first original comic of the "Bat-man"! It was a funny, short comic strip that made me appreciate the comics I am reading now and thanking whoever it was that decided to upgrade the drawings of Batman (and the name change). I liked reading this comic. (Short review but it was a short comic).

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alayne

    3.5 Es muy básica y simple la historia, además de bastante cortita, pero es la primer aparición de Batman, y me gustó.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nina

    Wow, the original 1939 Batman was quite a dark, unattractive character, especially compared with the 1938 Superman. He's a rich aloof playboy, and there's no ambiguity that he's a vigilante with no loyalty to democratic justice. The victims he saves or avenges are his fellow wealthy chums; he has no interest in exposing the criminals to public justice; and no regrets when he kills a bad guy ("A fitting end for his kind."). Whereas 1938 Superman's battles are to expose and bring to justice villai Wow, the original 1939 Batman was quite a dark, unattractive character, especially compared with the 1938 Superman. He's a rich aloof playboy, and there's no ambiguity that he's a vigilante with no loyalty to democratic justice. The victims he saves or avenges are his fellow wealthy chums; he has no interest in exposing the criminals to public justice; and no regrets when he kills a bad guy ("A fitting end for his kind."). Whereas 1938 Superman's battles are to expose and bring to justice villains whose victims are the public and the traditionally oppressed - the corrupt Senator, the wife-beating husband, the lynch mob, the exploitative landlord. The two original Superheroes really are completely different characters who stand for very different values.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Kelm

    I thought it a good idea to look at how this story began more than 75 years ago. Though this story is very dated, it is quite an original idea that has stood the test of time. A lot of the dated things about it have to do with the nascence of the medium as to anything else. The way they do exposition in the background has changed a lot over the years, and the art styles can paneling have become much more dynamic, so it is really hard to compare to current day comics. It would be like comparing b I thought it a good idea to look at how this story began more than 75 years ago. Though this story is very dated, it is quite an original idea that has stood the test of time. A lot of the dated things about it have to do with the nascence of the medium as to anything else. The way they do exposition in the background has changed a lot over the years, and the art styles can paneling have become much more dynamic, so it is really hard to compare to current day comics. It would be like comparing baseball players from different eras. It is very hard to compare Babe Ruth and Miguel Cabrera.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Javi

    Qué mal han envejecido los cómics, incluso los que tienen 30-40 años, pero estos aún más. Sorprende, y más en comparación a la novela, que algunas de milenios siguen siendo obras maestras a día de hoy. Todas las historias son planas y repetitivas, como hechas por una plantilla. Lo único destacable, el inicio de Batman y ver otras creaciones de los padres de Superman como Spy o Slam Bradley, que no son gran cosa.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Julian Orozco, Jr.

    Batman fans will love this The Caped Crusader at his beginnings. Takes me back to my childhood, not that I'm that old, it's just one of the first comics I ever read. It was great rereading this old favorite again. A should read for any Batman fan, or any comic book fan, for that matter.

  10. 4 out of 5

    B

    Wow. Hard to believe that this kicked off a kajillion dollar franchise. Nothing is developed in any coherent way, nor is this especially different from any other comic in the era. It seems like the climax of the story is the reveal that "The Bat-man" (always in quotes) is Bruce Wayne. But even in the context of this story, why does it matter?

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brian Palmer

    The original "Batman" is such a pulp hero that it's hard to recognize how he became a key part of the superhero mythos. Reading this is a flashback to a different era and genre, where the rich socialite gets invited to come along with the police commissioner; it'd be interesting if Batman were remembered as a Castle-like procedural than anything else.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Gregory Freeman

    It's free ...a nice investment Nice to see the origins of the Bat Man. The story is very simple and the artwork is primitive but therein lies the charm of these early issues. I like the casual manner Batman treats the death of a character and shows that he was not timid about killing a villain if circumstances presented themselves. A good free download.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Lovell

    Batman's first appearance in the world of comics. A quick mystery solved and the plot twist...Bruce Wayne is Batman. The story was awful but it was written in 1937 and I don't know how much one should expect. It is interesting to see the true origins of Batman and to be reading history which is why it is 3 stars.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Yeary Orion Maple

    Batman begins in mystery The story starts put not knowing who Batman is. I love some of the nostalgia with the action words. A really interesting start to the classic hero.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Shelton

    I loved it It was action and chemicals i just loved it thank you You should make more comic's rated 4 star 🌟

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Botley

    Different styles It is interesting the way that the style of Batman has changed over the years.. And the storylines tones have changed also.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tony Christ

    A goodstart It's a good place to start. It's fun to read Bat man as an actual detective. I'm looking forward to reading future ones.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Gary Vassallo

    A great quick read of the story that introduced The Bat-Man.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Colin Brady

    First Batman sort of surprising More like a detective than a superhero, deals with mundane white collar crime than street brawling. Probably responsible for killing a guy too.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ann♥♪♪♪♪

    For Batman's 75th Anniversary this year, I had the opportunity to read this very first story about Bruce Wayne, the brave, courageous man who fights evil by stopping bad guys and protecting the innocent as The Batman. Very cool checking out the graphics of the people, clothes, cars, etc., from 1939. The story is intense and gritty. More so than I expected it to be. Batman is mysterious and cool. He has a strong sense of helping others even at his own risk. His sleuthing abilities as well as his For Batman's 75th Anniversary this year, I had the opportunity to read this very first story about Bruce Wayne, the brave, courageous man who fights evil by stopping bad guys and protecting the innocent as The Batman. Very cool checking out the graphics of the people, clothes, cars, etc., from 1939. The story is intense and gritty. More so than I expected it to be. Batman is mysterious and cool. He has a strong sense of helping others even at his own risk. His sleuthing abilities as well as his strength were needed for this case of murder, greed, injustice, and evil. The intensity of the story and how bad those Batman was trying to stop is clearly shown in the story. Here in the 21st century, I found it to be very relevant with the level of evil out there in the world coming from hate-filled people. Thankfully, there are brave people willing to risk their lives to save others. This is a must-read comic for all Batman fans, without a doubt. I want to read more of the earlier ones.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Antoine Jenkins

    Classic! Just a nice classic from the Golden Age of comics. I remember a long time ago when I was a kid, my grandfather (God rest his soul) told me how characters like Batman and Superman had been around ever since he was young... But I digress. Reading this takes me back to that memory and how I wondered what it was like to be a kid in the late 30s... Reading about Batman for the first time ever. Great stuff.

  22. 4 out of 5

    xavier woog

    This comic is a classic I mean this is a great comic book. I'm not saying it's the best comic book ever. But the reason I say this is because it is the first batman series I mean some of the comic BOB Kane wrote in his time were better,BUT,this is just the showcase of the beginning of great comics.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jenn Marshall

    I read a 75th anniversary special edition of this story. It had the original version of Dectective Comics #27 and then a newer "updated" version. I loved seeing the two side by side and seeing how Batman has evolved. Batman has always been my favorite comic book hero so it was really neat to see his first appearance.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Timberlake

    Nothing more to say that others haven't, but it was really cool seeing the start of Batman. He isn't the Batman pop culture has come to know here, and in some ways he's so much cooler in this story than in the over-the-top tv and film versions.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Zey Seeker

    The very first appearance of the Bat-Man in the six-page story . ما ينفعش تتقيم بمعايير تقييم رسومات وكتب الكوميك دلوقتى ..لكنها عبقريتها إن من الفكرة دى والعدد دا بدأ كل شئ له علاقة ببات مان

  26. 4 out of 5

    HornFan2 (Mike)

    Pretty cool, been along time since I read a Batman comic and this one was a nice change of pace from a traditional reading. Liked the graphics, decent storyline and will have to read more of these.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kerissa

    This was a refreshing read, because I was having trouble finding good comics. It was neat seeing how different comics were back then. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this comic.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    The Bat-Man!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Fun read It was fun to go back and read the original story. Very different than the modern depictions seen in movies, etc.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Fun look at one of the first Batman comics.

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