The dichotomy between Batman and Joker is one of the greatest ongoing plots of all time. The Joker has gone through phases, from being a true menace to more lighthearted threats. Batman #226 is known as one of the turning points where the Joker pivots again to more threatening, menacing acts relevant to the times the issue was written in the 1970s.

Sparkle City Comics is proud to announce the auction of original comic art from Batman #266!

If you’re interested in owning this pivotal piece of comic book and Batman history, check out our eBay auction and bid soon because the auction closes on Sunday!

Batman #226 Original Comic Art

Please review the high level details below and check out the direct listing on eBay to see pictures and further information.

Publisher: DC Comics
Illustrators: Irv Novick & Dick Giordano
Published Date: 1975
Era: Silver Age (1956-1969)
Page: 19 (title splash page)

If you’re interested in placing a bid for this original comic art, please do so as soon as possible as this auction ends Sunday! Go To Auction >>

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