Detective Comics #58

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #58 - One Of The Most Perfect Frame-Ups released by DC Comics on December 1941.

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    1. Batman - One Of The Most Perfect Frame-Ups (1st appearance of Penguin)
    2. Spy - New Orleans - Queen City of the South
    3. Laffs
    4. Larry Steele - The Case of the Frightened Sister

    5. Good Books and Movies
    6. Cliff Crosby - Vacation at Lake Colbalt

    7. Speed Saunders - The Cigarette Murder

    8. Hill Hate by Edward Miles (text)
    9. The Crimson Avenger - Smith and Smythe

    10. Steve Malone District Attorney - Murder in the Metropolitan Hotel

    11. Slam BradleyEverything Happens to Slam


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    I found myself wondering what the deal with Penguin's umbrellas is? A lot of characters were originally introduced and then had their stories filled in as time progressed. Others still went through some periods in the comics where they might have been subjected to some more campy story telling, and so it raised the question of where the Penguin got his umbrellas. To answer this question I went back to the very beginning, to his first appearance and the umbrellas showed up here for the first ...

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