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Batman Comic Book Values: Issues #11 to #20

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Batman Comic #11, June 1942;
First Penguin Appearance in This Title;
Classic Joker Cover

Batman Comic #11, June 1942; First Penguin Appearance in This Title; Classic Joker Cover. Click for values

The Penguin features in a short backing story called "Four Birds of a Feather." Also, a Joker story.

Record Sale: $46,000
Minimum Value: $250

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Batman #12, August 1942; First Appearance, the Batcave

Batman #12, August 1942; First Appearance, the Batcave. Click for value

What could be as groovy as the Batcave? Nothing, that's what.

Secret elevator to stately Wayne Manor, Bat-Plane hangar, Batmobile garage and repair shop. It didn't have girls, but it had everything else that makes life worth living.

Record Sale: $2,800
Minimum Value: $100

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Batman #13, October 1942

Batman #13, October 1942. Click for value

The Dynamic Duo battle the Joker and a villain called "The Thumb."

Record Sale: $5,000
Minimum Value: $100

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Batman Comic #14, December 1942

Batman Comic #14, December 1942. Click for value

Batman and Robin battle Nazi spies, the Penguin, and a villain named "Pills Mattson."

Record Sale: $13,000
Minimum Value: $80

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Batman #15, February 1943; Catwoman's New Costume

Batman #15, February 1943; Catwoman's New Costume. Click for value

A Catwoman story, a Joker story, and a story in which the Dynamic Duo meet Santa Claus.

Now THAT'S why it's called the Golden Age of Comics...

Record Sale: $8,000
Minimum Value: $80

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Batman #16, April 1943; First Appearance, Alfred Pennyworth

Batman #16, April 1943; First Appearance, Alfred Pennyworth. Click for value

Bruce Wayne's butler and frequent cover, Alfred Beagle, first appeared in Batman #16, in April of 1943.

The bumbling son of a retired military agent who had worked for the Wayne family, Alfred applied for the job of butler and all-around "gentleman's gentleman" for Bruce and Dick at Wayne Manor.

Of course, fearing for their secret identities, the two were initially reluctant, although unwilling to hurt Alfred's feelings by rejecting him utterly. In the end, he became vital to the long-term future of Batman and Robin...

Record Sale: $7,300
Minimum Value: $100

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Batman #17, June 1943

Batman #17, June 1943. Cool eagle cover. Click for value

A Penguin story, and a wartime cover featuring the Dynamic Duo riding the back of an American Eagle, urging comic readers to buy war bonds.

Record Sale: $11,300
Minimum Value: $80

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Batman #18, August 1943

Batman #18, August 1943. Click for value

Batman and Robin battle Tweedledum and Tweedledee inside another "buy war bonds" cover which features our heroes comically kicking the arses of Hitler, Tojo, and Mussolini.

Record Sale: $4,700
Minimum Value: $100

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Batman #19, October 1943

Batman #19. A Joker story, a Nazi story, and a villain named

A Joker story, a Nazi story, and a villain named "Legs Lascomb."

Record Sale: $5,000
Minimum Value: $50

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Batman #20, December 1943; First Batmobile Cover Appearance

Batman #20, December 1943; First Batmobile Cover Appearance. Click for value

And one heck of a Batmobile it is, too. Downright intimidating. Menacing. Bad ass. 

And from the looks of the cover, Bruce is letting Dick drive. He can't be old enough, but that's the kind of guy Bruce is with his youthful ward.

Record Sale: $9,200
Minimum Value: $100

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