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Batman Comic Book Values: Issues #61 to #70

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Batman #61, October 1950; First Appearance, Batplane II

Batman #61, October 1950; First Appearance, Batplane II. Click for value

The cover says it all: Batman and Robin spending far too much time in a red room with schematics for the new Batplane drawn on chalkboards, working on a model of their new ride.

Record Sale: $6,500
Minimum Value: $15

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Batman #62: Origin of Catwoman / Selina Kyle

Batman #62: Origin of Catwoman / Selina Kyle. Click for value

By now, we're into the technicolor Batman, the early days of the science-fiction-ish, silly Batman era. Whatever the case, we get Selina Kyle's origin story in Batman #62, and it's a doozy. We also see Catwoman retire from crime, and promise to help out the Gotham PD when she can.

Some thugs break Selina Kyle out of jail with dynamite, so they can enlist her help with some thefts. Batman and Robin give pursuit, and in the course of trying to evade them, Catwoman endangers Batman's life. In a fit of conscience (or love) she saves him, but is hit on the head, with a brick, in the process.

Well, what do you know! When she wakes up in the Batcave, Selina Kyle turns out to have had amnesia. She's not really a crook! She was a stewardess who'd fallen from a crashing airplane, and the whole cat thing was because her father used to own a pet store when she was young. So, Batman and Jim Gordon immediately trust and believe her, and she helps them out before retiring.

Phew! Glad that one worked out well for Bruce.

Record sale: $8,000
Minimum value: $100

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Batman #63: Origin and First Appearance, Killer Moth

Batman #63, February 1951; First Appearance and Origin, Killer Moth. Click for value

First appearance of Cameron Creer, aka Killer Moth, out to help and protect all criminals and get rid of their number 1 nemesis: the Caped Crusader.

Record Sale: $1,400
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Batman Comic #64, April 1951

Batman Comic #64, April 1951. Click for value

Killer Moth appearance.

Record Sale: $2,800
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Batman #65, Classic Catwoman Cover

Batman #65, Classic Catwoman Cover. Click for value

Catwoman returns.

Record Sale: $3,000
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Batman #66: Politically Incorrect Cover

Batman #66: Politically Incorrect Cover. Click for value

Truly upsetting Joker-as-American-Indian-totem-pole cover, housing an infamous story.

"The Joker's Comedy of Errors" has achieved unintentional fame as the story about the Joker's series of 'boner crimes'. Look it up. Google that stuff. It's for real. The Joker wants to force Batman into a boner of his own. It's really marvelous to be able to write that.

Record Sale: $9,200
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Batman #67, October 1951

Batman #67, October 1951. Click for value

The mystery rope? Don't leave us hanging...

Record Sale: $3,500
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Batman #68

Batman #68, Harvey Dent, aka Two-Face. Click for value

Another "Harvey Kent" Two-Face appearance.

Record Sale: $2,500
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Batman #69, February 1952; First Appearance, King of Cats

Batman #69, February 1952; First Appearance, King of Cats. Click for value

Catwoman has a new consort: The King of Cats, in his first appearance.

Record Sale: $7,700
Minimum Value: $15

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Batman Comic #70

Batman Comic #70. Robot cover. Click for value

A Penguin story, and "The Robot Cop of Gotham City."

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