Detective Comics #34

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #34 - Peril In Paris released by DC Comics on December 1939.

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    Peril In Paris last edited by DOS76 on 04/26/22 12:55PM View full history

    Batman stumbles upon a mysterious woman and must come to her rescue!

    1. Batman - Peril in Paris
    2. Whatt A. Knutt the Inventor
    3. Spy
    4. Buck Marshall Range Detective - The Last Trick
    5. Crime Never Pays
    6. Steve Malone District Attorney
    7. Swift Justice by Paul Dean (text)
    8. Speed Saunders - The Spy Mystery
    9. Cosmo, The Phantom of Disguise
    10. The G-Men
    11. Bruce Nelson - The White Goddess
    12. Slam Bradley


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    What have zey done to zee Batman?  Still in Europe after his recent run-in with The Monk, Batman gets involved in a mystery in Paris. This issue is full of weird - in a ridiculous kind of way.  There's a guy with no face (no eyes, no nose, no mouth) but somehow he lives and talks. And he's not the only one that shouldn't be able to talk but does anyway - there's also a field full of flowers with human faces that talk to Batman and help him. I'm not kidding. The whole thing is so silly, you just ...

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