*DC: More from Gotham City’s Caped Crusader, as we top up Batman and Detective Comics from the scintillating Sixties to the egregious Eighties! Batman from issue #178 (less seldom seen, with a distinctive eye-catching Gil Kane cover) through to #429, the conclusion of the “A Death In The Family” saga! Highlights include an outstanding VF+ #191 £58 (pictured), again one of the less common issues of the Sixties, and of course #428, the infamous issue in which the second Robin popped his pixie-boots. Pausing only to admire the Alan Moore story in Batman Annual #11, we move on to Detective, topped up from #320 (I don’t know, Vicki, why are Batman and Robin wearing mummy costumes?) through to #468, with the Justice League guest-starring in the Marshall Rogers-illustrated “Crimes of the Calculator!”. Along the way, we also welcome the 30th Anniversary issue of Detective Comics, #387, in an attractive Fine for £20.