Detective Comics Values: Issues #31 to #40

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Detective Comics #31: Classic Cover

Detective Comics #21, one of the last pre-hero books before Batman. Click for values

Detective #31, the classic haunting cover image of Batman

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Detective #32

Detective Comics #32: one of the last non-Batman covers

Detective #32: one of the last non-Batman covers

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Detective Comics #33:
Origin of Batman Told for the First Time

Detective Comics #33 is hugely important due to Batman's origin story

Detective #33 is hugely important due to Batman's origin story.

Unique amongst early super heroes, Batman was not imbued with other worldly powers. Instead, he was motivated by revenge after witnessing the death of his socialite parents in a mugging gone wrong.

It's a familiar story now, having been told and retold over the years, but Detective #33 was the first time we got to see the roots of Bruce Wayne's rage.

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Detective #34

Detective #34 is the final issue not to feature a Batman cover

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Detective #35

Detective Comics #35 features a classic bondage, hypodermic and strangulation cover!

Detective #35 features a classic bondage, hypodermic and strangulation cover!

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Detective #36

Detective Comics #36: a classic Batman combat cover

Detective #36: a classic Batman combat cover

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Detective #37

Another great combat cover on Detective Comics #37

Another great combat cover on Detective #37, the last pre-Robin issue

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Detective Comics #38:
Origin and First Appearance of Robin, the Boy Wonder

Detective Comics #38: Origin and First Appearance of Robin, the Boy Wonder

Bursting onto the scene comes Dick Grayson, the first Robin.

Some argue that Robin's appearance spelled the end of a classic, dark era for Batman. Even so, Robin has become one of the enduring sidekick characters, and this issue is valuable.

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Detective #39

Classic combat scene with Batman and Robin on Detective Comics #39

Classic combat scene with Batman and Robin on Detective #39

Record Sale: $9,000
Minimum Value: $300

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Detective #40: Origin and First Appearance, Clay-Face

Clay-Face is a hugely important villain in the DC Universe

Record Sale: $32,000
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