Detective Comics #47

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #47 - Money Can't Buy Happiness released by DC Comics on January 1941.

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    Money Can't Buy Happiness last edited by DOS76 on 04/26/22 02:50PM View full history

    Batman and Robin halt a fur jacking!

    1. Batman - Money Can't Buy Happiness - Bruce Wayne learns that his banker values money above family so he spies on the man's family as Batman and learns that both the man's children have fallen in with criminal elements.

    2. Spy

    3. Larry Steele - The Case Of The Ardent Actress

    4. The Crimson Avenger

    5. Speed Saunders

    6. Imperfect Crime by Edger Wilton (text)

    7. Steve Malone District Attorney

    8. Silly Situations

    9. Cliff Carson - The Case Of The Missing Eye

    10. Slam Bradley



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    Well THAT wasn't heavy-handed... 0

    This Batman story opens on a high note - Batman in the midst of dealing with a warehouse robbery in the most violent of ways. Unfortunately, it's all downhill from there. Bruce Wayne visits his banker, and when the man refuses to go to the football game with his son - on the strength of that alone - he decides to spy on the family as Batman.In short order, both Roger (the banker's son), and Diane (his daughter) are ensnared in criminal plots that Batman and Robin have to sort out.The story as a ...

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