Batman + Robin

A panel from Detective Comics # 278 (April 1960):

The subtle imagery of this scene is provided by artist Sheldon Moldoff.

I fear any further comment would be in poor taste.


At 10:25 AM, Anonymous SanctumSanctorumComix said...

Robin sure seems grateful that Bat-Man rescued him from all that long, hard wood!

It definitely would have made it difficult for Robin to slide down the Bat-Pole.

Luckily they've perv-fected the man-euver where Robin bends over and Bat-Man hold him close, between his legs.

If it were an underwater danger, they would, of course, have executed "man-euver # 69".

Each of them has an apparatus tube er...breathing snorkel down by their utility belts, yet for SOME reason, they're designed so that Robin has to put his head down to use Bat-Man's and vise-versa.

I'm sure there's a reason.


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I swear! It should have been in a big yellow "burst" shaped call-out.

At 11:55 AM, Blogger Tony said...

Hmm... Perhaps Fredric Wertham was right.

At 12:03 PM, Anonymous SanctumSanctorumComix said...


They've warped my fragile little mind.


Actually, I was just trying to hit all the "low points" and get them out of the way.



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