Batman Joins In By Michael Gerber|2012-09-12T23:03:00-07:00September 12, 2012|Paul McCartney|5 Comments Author Recent Posts Ya follow?Michael GerberPublisher at The American Bystanderis Blogmom of Hey Dullblog. His novels and parodies have sold 1.25 million copies in 25 languages. He lives in Santa Monica, CA, and runs The American Bystander all-star print humor magazine. Ya follow?Latest posts by Michael Gerber (see all) From Faith Current: “The Sacred Ordinary: St. Peter’s Church Hall” - May 1, 2023 A brief (?) hiatus - April 22, 2023 Something Happened - March 6, 2023 From “This Isn’t Happiness.” Related posts: We got nothin'. Share This Article FacebookTwitterEmail 5 Comments Anonymous September 13, 2012 at 6:14 pm Jesus! I bought this comic when it first came out. And I’ve kept it all these years (I looked at it several years ago, then re-stored it somewhere, not sure where). The story was told in two issues. I remember buying both as an eleven year old, and deciding to squirrel them away for posterity. It turns out “Glennon” is the culprit. It’s a murder mystery. I wonder how much I could get for them on Ebay. Anyone know? – Hologram Sam Michael Gerber September 13, 2012 at 6:23 pm Glennon’s George, right? 🙂 Alex September 14, 2012 at 2:12 am Glennon’s the Walrus. J.R. Clark September 14, 2012 at 4:25 am It was George and John, with the guitar slide, in the parlor. They blamed it on Mean Mr. Mustard. Mythical Monkey September 16, 2012 at 5:25 pm I also read this one as a kid. Man, we’re going way back … Comments are closed.