*DC: It’s 1966 and Batmania’s sweeping America, with the Batman TV show in full swing and it seemed you couldn’t pick up a DC comic without Batman being involved. Even here, in Lois Lane #70, the Caped Crusader and Robin make an appearance, but the show is stolen by one of his most famous foes, Catwoman, making her first entrance into the Silver Age of Comics. For good measure there’s also the Penguin and plenty of Superman too (natch!) in this book-length tale of villainy, crime, magic and impersonation. All beautifully rendered at the hands of Kurt Schaffenberger, who knew how to tell a story! A lovely FN+ pence copy, clean, bright and tidy with just some wear towards the spine at £55.