As part of next year's celebration of Batman's 75th anniversary, DC Comics recently announced that the upcoming Detective Comics #27, the original version of which featured the first appearance of the Dark Knight in 1939, would include contributions from several notable creators, including Frank Miller. And on Tuesday, the publisher revealed Miller's cover for the issue which, it turns out, is not actually a new piece of art.
Less than a week after Superman's first appearance in "Action Comics" #1 sold at auction for a record-setting $1,000,000, Bleeding Cool is reporting that "Detective Comics" #27, the first appearance of Batman, has shattered that record with a Bruce Wayne-sized $1,075,000 price tag, thus ensuring that Comics Retailers are going to have a fun week dealing with people demanding their million for copies of 1992's "Batman: Shadow of the Bat" #1.
Presumably, this all comes down to the fact that in today's economy, a mild-mannered reporter just can't keep up with a billionaire playboy. But whoever ended up buying this one, we here at ComicsAlliance have some bad news: You got totally ripped off. Our copy of "The Batman Chronicles" v.1 has Batman's first appearance an
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