Limited Signed Copies of Detective Comics #1000 and Batman #50 Announced

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Article by Carl Bryan

Eighty Years in the Making

After 80 years, it’s here; the one-thousandth issue of Detective Comics, the title that literally defines DC! Now fans can get highly collectible limited signed copies of this landmark comic.

This 96-page issue is stacked with an unbelievable lineup of talent that will take you on a journey through Batman’s past, present and future… plus a sensational epilogue that features the first-ever DC Universe appearance of the deadly Arkham Knight! But, who’s under the mask, and why do they want Batman dead?

The incredible future of Batman adventures begins here! This special cover by legendary Batman luminary, Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns) comes signed by the man himself!

Batman #50….Tom King Signature Copy

Also entering into the collector’s market is a Tom King signed Batman #50.

The Batrimony issue delivers Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle all set to tie the knot in a can’t-miss, extra-length milestone issue that will reshape their lives. Friends (and a few enemies?) will be a party to a comic book coupling for the ages. Superstar scribe Tom King officiates the sure-offbeat nuptials, joined by an all-star lineup of guest classic Bat-artists doffing their hats to the lucky couple in a series of pre-wedding flashback scenes sure to set the romantic mood! There are strictly limited signed copies available!

Suitable For Framing….

SideShow Collectibles always provides the most cutting edge merchandise, and they’ve hit it out of the park with two of the Mount Rushmore of Batman icons: Frank Miller and Tom King!

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Carl Bryan

Doc B is a college physical education instructor that has coached numerous sports on the rec, club, and collegiate level. He has a wonderful wife, two awesome kids, and remembers when Kryptonite came in a lot of different forms. He also has learned not to utter "Mxyzptlk" backwards!