Batman Versus The Vampire: Part One last edited by titomestre on 07/02/18 10:29PM View full history

  1. Batman vs. The Vampire: Part 1 (originally untitled) - While prowling the streets of New York City, Batman discovers his fiance Julie Madison attempting to kill a man! He intercedes, saving the man, and takes Julie home telling her to tell Bruce Wayne everything. On hearing the story the next day, Bruce takes Julie to a doctor who prescribes a sea voyage. But Bruce isn't convinced that everything is over, and tails Julie's ocean liner, as the Batman! This issue features the first appearance of the Batarang, and the Batgyro (precursor to the batplane).

  2. Crime Never Pays

  3. Policeman!

  4. Killer's Bait. starring Buck Marshal (Range Detective)

  5. Spy. By Jerry Siegel and Mart Bailey

  6. Larry Steele - Private Detective

  7. Newspaper Nightmare

  8. The Mammoth Mystery - Speed Saunders, by Fred Guardineer

  9. Bruce Nelson

  10. Cosmo, the phantom of disguise

  11. Slam Bradley

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Hypnotizing, werewolf, vampires, a vilain named the Monk, even a great Ape... wow, Batman had to deal with a lot in this one. Still, liked to read it, was good. But, quality took a step beck in this issue, mostly for the quality of image, for some of the chapters. There is a drop of a star for this one, and that's because Batman could not help the fact that every other story were very bad, one star without him....

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