Detective Comics Vol 1 27

“ The Bat-Man : “ The Case of the Chemical Syndicate “ “ : Commissioner Gordon relaxes at home entertaining his young socialite ally Bruce Wayne. Wayne asks if anything stimulate has happened recently, and Gordon explains that a mate called

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  1. The Bat-Man: "The Case of the Chemical Syndicate"Comic Template Help
  2. Detective Comics Vol 1 #27
  3. May, 1939
  4. The Bat-Man: "The Case of the Chemical Syndicate"
  5. Speed Saunders: "Killers of Kurdistan"
  6. Buck Marshall: "Bullet Bluff"
  7. Bart Regan, Spy: "The Mysterious Murders"
  8. The Crimson Avenger: "Murder on the Oceanic Line Docks"
  9. Death On The Airwaves
  10. Bruce Nelson: "The New Orleans Mardi Gras Murders, Part 1"
  11. The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu (Part 11 of 12)
  12. Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise: "Illegal Aliens"
  13. Slam Bradley: "The Murderer on Vacation"
  14. outline for amphetamine Saunders : `` Killers of Kurdistan ''
  15. Appearing in Speed Saunders : `` Killers of Kurdistan ''
  16. outline for Buck Marshall : `` Bullet Bluff ''
  17. Appearing in Buck Marshall : `` Bullet Bluff ''
  18. outline for Bart Regan, Spy : `` The cryptic Murders ''
  19. Appearing in Bart Regan, Spy : `` The cryptic Murders ''
  20. outline for The Crimson Avenger : `` murder on the Oceanic Line Docks ''
  21. Appearing in The Crimson Avenger : `` mangle on the Oceanic Line Docks ''
  22. outline for `` Death On The Airwaves ''
  23. Appearing in `` Death On The Airwaves ''
  24. outline for Bruce Nelson : `` The New Orleans Mardi Gras Murders, Part 1 ''
  25. Appearing in Bruce Nelson : `` The New Orleans Mardi Gras Murders, Part 1 ''
  26. outline for `` The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu ( Part 11 of 12 ) ''
  27. Appearing in `` The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu ( Part 11 of 12 ) ''
  28. outline for Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise : `` illegal Aliens ''
  29. Appearing in Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise : `` illegal Aliens ''
  30. outline for Slam Bradley : `` The Murderer on Vacation ''
  31. Appearing in Slam Bradley : `` The Murderer on Vacation ''
  32. Notes
  33. triviality
  34. See besides
  35. Recommended learn

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Detective Comics Vol 1 #27

May, 1939

Executive Editor

Vincent Sullivan

Cover Artists

  • Bob Kane

The Bat-Man: “The Case of the Chemical Syndicate”

Writers

  • Bill Finger

Pencilers

  • Bob Kane

Inkers

  • Bob Kane

Letterers

  • Bob Kane

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

Speed Saunders: “Killers of Kurdistan”

Pencilers

  • Fred Guardineer

Inkers

  • Fred Guardineer

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

Buck Marshall: “Bullet Bluff”

Writers

  • Homer Fleming

Pencilers

  • Homer Fleming

Inkers

  • Homer Fleming

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

Bart Regan, Spy: “The Mysterious Murders”

Writers

  • Jerry Siegel

Pencilers

  • Joe Shuster

Inkers

  • Joe Shuster

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

The Crimson Avenger: “Murder on the Oceanic Line Docks”

Writers

  • Jim Chambers

Pencilers

  • Jim Chambers

Inkers

  • Jim Chambers

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

Death On The Airwaves

Writers

  • Paul Dean

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

Bruce Nelson: “The New Orleans Mardi Gras Murders, Part 1”

Writers

  • Tom Hickey

Pencilers

  • Tom Hickey

Inkers

  • Tom Hickey

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu (Part 11 of 12)

Writers

  • Sax Rohmer

Pencilers

  • Leo O’Mealia

Inkers

  • Leo O’Mealia

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise: “Illegal Aliens”

Writers

  • Sven Elven

Pencilers

  • Sven Elven

Inkers

  • Sven Elven

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan

Slam Bradley: “The Murderer on Vacation”

Writers

  • Jerry Siegel

Pencilers

  • Joe Shuster

Inkers

  • Joe Shuster

Editors

  • Vincent Sullivan
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Quote1.png Bruce Wayne is a nice young chap – but he certainly must lead a boring life… seems disinterested in everything. Quote2.png

Commissioner Gordon

Detective Comics #27 is an issue of the serial Detective Comics ( volume 1 ) with a cover date of May, 1939. It was published on March 30, 1939.
Commissioner Gordon relaxes at home entertaining his young socialite ally Bruce Wayne. Wayne asks if anything excite has happened recently, and Gordon explains that a companion called the “ Bat-Man “ is puzzling him. Gordon receives a shout that chemical manufacturer Lambert has been found murdered. They have Lambert ‘s son in custody, whose fingerprints were found on the knife. Gordon invites Bruce Wayne to the Lambert sign of the zodiac with him, and Bruce Wayne says he has nothing better to do.

When they arrive at the crime scene, young Lambert insists he is innocent. The chap explains that he arrived home early and saw his father lying on the deck. When he entered the library, he saw a figure escaping out the window. He pulled a knife out of his founder ‘s back, and his father ‘s last password was “ abridge. ” Lambert ‘s son recalls that his father had three associates, Alfred Stryker, Paul Rogers, and Steve Crane. Steve Crane calls Gordon on the phone. Lambert told Crane that he had received a death threat the former day. Crane has received a similar death threat, and asks for police auspices. Bruce Wayne decides to go dwelling, and Gordon rushes over to the Crane residency .
Steven Crane is killed by a gunman who enters through the window. The hood and his partner steal a paper from Crane and climb onto the roof. They are confronted by a figure they recognize as the Bat-Man, standing in the moonlight. The Bat-Man punches the first hood out, then grabs the second matchless in a headlock and throws him off the second-story roof. He grabs the composition and escapes as Gordon is pulling up. The GCPD hear to arrest the Bat-Man, but they are ineffective to catch him. Gordon learns that Crane has been murdered, and moves on to the future business collaborator. The Bat-Man smiles when he reads the paper he stole, and drives off in his car. Paul Rogers visits the testing ground of Alfred Stryker, having learned of Lambert ‘s death by news circulate. Stryker ‘s adjunct Jennings clubs Rogers over the drumhead and ties him up. Jennings explains that he will lower a accelerator bedroom over Rogers and kill him the like direction he puts animals to sleep. Jennings leaves to activate the flatulence. The Bat-Man leaps into the room through an open transom. The Bat-Man grab a twist and dives inside the gas chamber before it closes. He plugs the gas fountain with a handkerchief, and busts through the glass with his wrench. Jennings returns and tries to pull a grease-gun on the Bat-Man, but the Bat-Man punches him in the face truly intemperate. Alfred Stryker enters and demands to know what happened. When Rogers explains that Jennings tried to kill him, Stryker pulls out a knife to finish the job. The Bat-Man is hiding in the shadows, and he grabs Stryker from behind to stop him. The Bat-Man explains to Rogers that they were all partners in the Apex Chemical Corporation. Stryker had made secret contracts with all of them to pay them a sum of money each year until he owned the business. He grew tire of waiting and decided to kill them then he would n’t have to pay. Stryker breaks out of the Bat-Man ‘s grip and pulls a gunman on him. The Bat-Man punches Stryker sol hard in the face that Stryker breaks through a rail and falls into a tank of acerb. The Bat-Man remarks that this is a equip end for his kind, and leaves via transom. Rogers tries to thank the Bat-Man, but he is already gone .
later at his house, Commissioner Gordon relates this fib to Bruce Wayne. Bruce remarks that this is a adorable fairy fib, and leaves. Gordon thinks to himself that Bruce Wayne is a decent young chap, but he seems to lead a very drilling life. Bruce returns home to Wayne Manor, where it ‘s revealed that he is in fact the Bat-Man.
Featured Characters:
Supporting Characters:
Antagonists:

  • Henry Clay (Cover only)[1]
  • Jennings (henchman)
  • Alfred Stryker (Only appearance; dies)

Other Characters:
Locations:

  • New York City (not yet identified, see “Notes” below)
    • Apex Chemical Corporation (Mentioned only)
    • Crane Residence
    • Gordon Residence
    • Lambert Mansion
    • Stryker Laboratory
    • Wayne Manor (First appearance)

Items:
Vehicles:

  • Bruce Wayne’s red sedan

outline for amphetamine Saunders : “ Killers of Kurdistan ”

A policeman had informed Speed Saunders that they had recently dragged from the river. Upon searching the cadaver, Speed found a letter with a bolshevik crescent moonlight symbol. late, he went to visit Trelawney, an technical on Eastern lore. Trelawney happened to be hosting a party at the time, but still invited Speed inside. Trelawney introduced Speed to some of his guests, one of who wasn ’ triiodothyronine wearing the red crescent moon symbol. then, Speed asked Trelawney if he knew anything about the symbol. amphetamine and Trelawney went to a more private location where the latter told the former about how he went to Arabia with his acquaintance Tom and witnessed a meet of the Kurdistan Killers and joined them. then, the two ended their conversation while travel rapidly decided to look for Moreno clues while Trelawney danced with his female node. on the spur of the moment, Trelawney was shot in the back and killed. speed ordered the build to be locked down while the state police showed up. The two searched the area until they found the maid, who told them that her conserve had ties to some charwoman. suddenly, Speed and the policeman saw the conserve running outside the window. The policeman shot dead the husband and went outside with Speed to the man Hassan ’ s dying body. The man confessed to killing Trelawney and revealed that he was forced to do then by the woman whom he had danced with before he died. Later, they arrested the womanhood, who called herself the Veiled Prophetress of the Killers of Kurdistan.

Appearing in Speed Saunders : “ Killers of Kurdistan ”

Featured Characters:
Antagonists:

  • Kurdistan Killers (Single appearance)
    • The Veiled Prophetress of the Killers of the Kurdistan (Single appearance)
    • Hassan (Only appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • Trelawney (Only appearance; dies)
  • Tom (Appears only as a corpse)
  • Hassan’s wife

Locations:

  • New York City
  • Kurdistan

outline for Buck Marshall : “ Bullet Bluff ”

As Buck Marshall was patrolling down the valley drag, he saw a man speed by him in his horse. Buck followed the rider until they reached the sheriff ’ sulfur office. When they both arrived, the sheriff told Buck that the rider ’ s name was Matt Doyle and that he had found his emboss Jerry Kane blast to death. Buck, the sheriff, and Matt rode to Box-K, where Matt worked and found Jerry ’ sulfur cadaver. Buck deduced that Jerry ’ s cadaver had been moved due to the gunfire wounds, one that killed him and three shot at him after his death. on the spur of the moment, Jack Stark, the foreman of the T-4 kit had arrived. Buck and the sheriff questioned Stark if he knew anything about a black cartridge that they had found on Kane ’ s cadaver. on the spur of the moment, they heard Stark picking up a hammer from a toolbox and Buck aimed his pistol at him. Buck confronted and took Stark into custody, who revealed that both he and Kane had worked for cattle rustlers and that he was ordered to kill him for his treachery.

Appearing in Buck Marshall : “ Bullet Bluff ”

Featured Characters:
Supporting Characters:

  • Pepper
  • Sheriff

Antagonists:

  • Jack Stark (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Matt Doyle (Single appearance)
  • Jerry Kane (Appears only as a corpse)

Locations:

  • American Old West
    • Sage City
      • Box-K

outline for Bart Regan, Spy : “ The cryptic Murders ”

At a dinner, Congressman Sneed, the node of honor and head of a committee investigating un-american activities suddenly died. At the headquarter of the U.S. Spy Service, Bart Regan learned that the congressman had died from home shed blood and that another extremity of the committee has died in a like manner. In order to protect the other three committee members, Bart visited Congressman Little, who invited him for lunch and was killed moments later. then, he called a doctor, who claimed that Little had died of inner shed blood. then, Regan visited congressmen Booker and Stoker and had them come with him and take false names for their protection. Booker gave Regan a note that he would have to show to his secretary in ordain to gain certain files. Regan picked up the files and the key to Booker ’ s apartment. abruptly a man with a gun entered Booker ’ s apartment through a window. The serviceman claimed that he was athirst, so Regan fed him and the serviceman went on his means, thanking him before dying moments late. then, Regan went on the phone and promptly warned Booker and Stoker to not eat anything. Regan returned to their location in holy order to investigate the food and found a miniature fail with a cellulose container that dissolves and kills a person immediately upon being swallowed. Bart returned to his apartment where there were men who confronted him about the hungry tramp ’ s end. The men took Bart to their knob, who ordered the deaths of the committee members. Bart was able to defeat the killers, ending another case.

Appearing in Bart Regan, Spy : “ The cryptic Murders ”

Featured Characters:
Antagonists:

  • Enemy spies (Only appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • Congressman Booker (Single appearance)
  • Congressman Stoker (Single appearance)
  • Booker’s secretary (Single appearance)
  • Congressman Little (Only appearance; dies)
  • Congressman Sneed (Appears only as a corpse)
  • Hobo (Only appearance; dies)

Locations:

outline for The Crimson Avenger : “ murder on the Oceanic Line Docks ”

At the Oceanic Line Docks, a homo named Abe Gold was murdered. Twenty minutes later, a car crowded another into a post, causing the driver, who was badly mutilated, to be rushed to the hospital. abruptly, three men came in from an ambulance and held the doctors at point, demanding that the driver came with them. The sophisticate refused, so the gunman attacked him. Lee Travis learned that a cabaret owner named Abe Gold was murdered and so was a nurse in a hospital kidnap. late, he went to a patrol garage where he found a bust up cable car. He searched the cable car and found a camera without its film. adjacent, he told Wing How that they were going to recover the missing film that could lead them to the murderer. Lee speculated that Beard, the driver of the car, took a picture of Gold ‘s murder and was kidnapped from the hospital to silence him. late, the Crimson Avenger went to a gambling lair known as Frank ‘s stead, where he had a brief meeting with its owner. meanwhile, in a dark alley, two policemen found Beard ‘s body. following, Crimson went to Mike Moran ‘s function, where he encountered its owner. Crimson told Moran that he was looking for the murderer of Abe Gold. however, Moran responded that it was a gang who killed him and that he had no gang. adjacent, Crimson went to Sol Simon ‘s dog racetrack, where a guard spotted and apprehended him, restrained him and incarcerated him. however, due to Crimson ‘s persuasiveness, he easily broke spare of his restraints and attacked Moran ‘s men. Crimson confronted Moran about the murders of Abe Gold and Beard. Next, Moran attempted to shoot Crimson, but was cursorily disarmed. however, he fired a shoot, which was heard by the patrol. At the imprison theater, one officer informed the headman that he received a check for $ 8,000 from Moran, for the Crimson Avenger, confused about its entail. by and by on, the head noticed that the check had abruptly disappeared. The Crimson, who had taken the check mark, decided that it should go to charity.

Appearing in The Crimson Avenger : “ mangle on the Oceanic Line Docks ”

Featured Characters:
Supporting Characters:
Antagonists:

  • Frank (Single appearance)
  • Mike Moran (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Alan Gold (Single appearance)
  • Beard (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • New York City
    • Globe Leader, newspaper office
    • Oceanic Line Docks
    • Frank’s Place

outline for “ Death On The Airwaves ”

At Studio A of the Federal Broadcasting System, an orchestra was being recorded while many listened to the symphony orchestra on their radios. on the spur of the moment, a man named Richard Drew had stepped onto the stage and attempted to sing. however, Drew could not as he had collapsed. A doctor of the church had came and pronounced Drew to be dead. Benson, the president of the company came gloomy in hopes of helping. late on, the opera singer Elaine Rutland and the comedian Eddie Dorson had both died in a similar manner. last, Benson enlisted the help of law enforcement. Benson claimed to Captain Richard Byrne that the three individuals had been murdered and showed him a threatening note that the studio had received. Afterwards, Benson had asked Byrne to stay at the studio and stand guard. finally, Brian DiAngelo was supposed to sing, but when he was future to the microphone, blue smoke came out of it and disoriented him. Byrne quickly rushed into the see room to confront the murderer and had subdued him. Byrne revealed that the cause of death had committed the crimes because he had failed to pass an hearing.

Appearing in “ Death On The Airwaves ”

Featured Characters:

  • Benson

Supporting Characters:

  • Captain Richard Byrne

Antagonists:

  • Unnamed killer

Other Characters:

  • Richard Drew (Single appearance) (Dies)
  • Elaine Rutland (Mentioned only) (Dies)
  • Eddie Dorson (Mentioned only) (Dies)

Locations:

  • Studio A
  • Westchester  (Mentioned only)

outline for Bruce Nelson : “ The New Orleans Mardi Gras Murders, Part 1 ”

Bruce decided to pay his supporter Ed Lane a visit at his apartment. Ed told Bruce that a woman named Lili Garvet, who was accused of being a hex, was murdered in the french Quarter. They went to her house and found a voodoo symbol. then, they entered her family and saw her cadaver in front man of versatile voodoo gear. The two men continued to investigate and started to believe that voodoo had been involved in the woman ‘s death. finally, Ed found an ash tray with gummed lumps. Ed lit up the lumps and put them back in the tray, but was suffocated by poisonous flatulence. interim, Bruce detected the gas and decided to save his friend.

Appearing in Bruce Nelson : “ The New Orleans Mardi Gras Murders, Part 1 ”

Featured Characters:
Supporting Characters:

  • Ed Lane (First appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Lili Gravet (Appears only as a corpse)

Locations:

outline for “ The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu ( Part 11 of 12 ) ”

Dennis Nayland Smith was telling Reverend Eltham that China was besides dangerous for him to return to. however, the clergyman insisted that he had to visit Nan Yang, which Smith responded by warning him of the “ jaundiced Peril. ” They were interrupted when they heard a charwoman ‘s scream. Smith, Petrie, and Eltham ran to see that the reverend ‘s daughter, Greba, had fainted. When Greba regained awareness, she said that she had seen two green eyes by the window. then, Greba told Petrie that Vernon Denby had told her that some “ atrocious Chinamen ” were trying to kill Smith and that the same men may have entered her father ‘s room the night before. She claimed that her dog Caesar had sensed intruders. They had suspected that Fu Manchu had something to do with the intrusion. then, Smith and Petrie continued to investigate Eltham ‘s sign of the zodiac.

Appearing in “ The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu ( Part 11 of 12 ) ”

Featured Characters:

  • Denis Nayland Smith

Supporting Characters:

  • Dr. Petrie

Antagonists:
Other Characters:

  • Greba Eltham (Flashback and main story)
  • Rev. J. D. Eltham
  • Vernon Denby

Locations:

  • London
    • Limehouse District
  • China
    • Nan Yang

outline for Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise : “ illegal Aliens ”

Cosmo was called to immigration headquarters where he was asked to help investigate the smuggling of chinese people onto their shores. then, Cosmo enrolled in the Frisco School of Languages to learn Chinese. After a calendar month, he left for Chinatown and disguised himself as a taiwanese man. On a bus, Cosmo met a chinese man named Ven Lo, who took him to a room that his acquaintance had for rent. Cosmo, under the alias Foo Lee, offered to Ven Lo to dinner. Cosmo received an invitation to the Feast of the Dragon. At the feast, Ven Lo had met up with Kwan Joy Lo from Shanghai, who had told him about a cargo. Ven Lo introduced “ Foo Lee ” to Kwan Joy Lo and told him about a job opportunity. Cosmo was taken to Oshi Pai Shipping near the wharf and boarded onto a barge with coal. The boat carrying the barge sailed out to ocean, where it was met by a bigger ship that transferred chinese people to the barge. When they had returned to the wharf, the chinese people had noticed that Cosmo was not chinese and they attempted to pursue him. Cosmo rushed aside into the port, where Kwan Joy Lo was waiting, and punched him, before barricading a door with crates. then, Cosmo contacted the police and fought off the gang of chinese smugglers while waiting for the patrol to arrive. The police had arrived and attempted to arrest Cosmo, accusing him of being a smuggler, which they later realized that he was, in fact, Cosmo in disguise. then, Cosmo phoned the Coast Guard, telling them to pick up the char barge.

Appearing in Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise : “ illegal Aliens ”

Featured Characters:

  • Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise

Antagonists:

  • Smugglers
    • Kwan Joy Lo (Single appearance)

Other Characters:
Locations:

  • United States of America
    • Immigration headquarters
    • Frisco School of Languages
    • Chinatown
      • Oshi Pai Shipping
  • China  (Mentioned only)
    • Shanghai  (Mentioned only)

outline for Slam Bradley : “ The Murderer on Vacation ”

Slam Bradley and Shorty Morgan were driving, taking a fault from manhunting, when a car pushed them off of the road. then, the driver of the early car came out and held a grease-gun at Slam, who responded by punching him the face. abruptly, the passenger of the car came out and introduced himself as federal man Dick Kelly, who had been kidnapped by the murderer Blackjack Benson. Later on, Slam and Shorty became well friends with Dick, while reading a headline of the capture of Blackjack Benson. One month late, Blackjack was in prison on death quarrel, when his accomplice Nicky, who was disguised as a guard, broke him out of the prison, fleeing in a car. interim, Dick was about to leave for Switzerland, while Shorty had brought up that there was a manhunt for Blackjack. Slam gave Dick a watch as a separate gift. Days late, Slam and Shorty had not heard from Dick and were worried. They decided to visit the federal men headquarters, where they learned that they had not heard from Dick either, so they decided to travel to Switzerland. When they arrived in Switzerland, they stayed at Donner Inn and Slam had searched the hostel register for Dick ‘s mention. interim, Shorty was skiing outside and had met a woman named Gale Dennis, who walked away after a hostile meeting with a valet named Helger Wetjen. Slam and Shorty suspected that they had seen Helger Wetjen ahead. later, they went to their rooms and had taken out a watch that Helger had given them. then, the two detectives went to look for Helger and told him that they would like to take the winter sports class. At 5:00 A.M., the following day, Slam and Shorty had joined a mountain climbing party. While climbing, Helger took out a knife and cut Shorty ‘s rope, but he grabbed onto a ledge before he fell. Slam went back down to recover Shorty and had suspected that the rope had been cut. later that night, they had spotted Helger and Gale and followed them to a cave. At the cave, they had encountered Blackjack, who told them that Helger was his buddy. Slam asked what had happened to Dick Kelly, so the three conspirators put the two detectives on a toboggan and pushed them into a chasm. Afterwards, Blackjack made preparations to relocate, when Slam and Shorty had emerged and subdued him and his accomplices. A newspaper article read that Blackjack was electrocuted at noon, while Slam told the headman of police that he and Shorty had escaped by overturning the toboggan with their weight unit and freeing themselves from their restraints.

Appearing in Slam Bradley : “ The Murderer on Vacation ”

Featured Characters:
Supporting Characters:
Antagonists:

  • Blackjack Benson (Single appearance)
  • Helger Wetjen (Single appearance)
  • Gale Dennis (Single appearance)
  • Nicky (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Dick Kelly (Only appearance; dies)
  • Heine (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • Cleveland
  • Switzerland
    • Donner Inn

Notes

triviality

  • Also appearing in this issue of Detective Comics was:
    • “Death on the Airwaves” (text story) by Gardner Fox.
  • The cover to this issue is iconic, and many artists have done homages. These are some examples:
    • Also, it is homaged in The Lego Batman Movie, as Barbara Gordon recalls Batman

      ‘s years of crime fighting, as the second-to-last slide she projects, before one evoking the 1943 serial Batman.

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