Monday, April 25, 2011

Ol' Groove's Request Line: "Killer's Roulette" by Frank Robbins

What it is, Groove-ophiles! Here's another mucho-requested Frank Robbins Batman classic. "Killer's Roulette" was originally published in Detective Comics #426 (April 1972) and it's a gas, gas, gas!


  1. and THAT, kids, is how you do a Batman comic. nice one, Groove.

  2. Love the art. Robbins was so under appreciated.

  3. What better to lift your spirits on a gloomy Monday than some fantastic Frank Robbins? Of course, Frank is also good on Tues, Wed, Thurs... any day of the week you feel like posting more, Groove-buddy!

  4. Wasn't "Johnny Hazard" the name of a character Frank Robbins used to draw?



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