Detective Comics (1937) #516: Paul Levitz. On department store bag by Batgirls’s feet.
I’m pretty sure I saw a Garbowska Street somewhere in the DCSHG universe (For Agnes Garbowska). Cant remember which issue though.
Nice. I’ll begin the hunt. Lest u find it. You could be the 1st person besides me to post on here lol. Well, officially u already are.
It might have been a Fontana Street as well (Shea Fontana)… I don’t remember. It was one of the main creators.
Nice. Thanks for the heads up. I recall a ton of street signs through my comic reading days. Especially Kane & Finger. Siegel & Shuster, from memory, I know I’ve seen a ton of times b4. Even in animated series/movies.
Found it, it was not a Street Sign, it was in the dialog. Presumably Shea Fontana wrote her artist into the script which was really nice.
Awesome. Thanks @Coville for being the 1st one (besides me) to post on here. Very appreciated. Especially in a DCSHG comic!!!
Elseworlds Finest #1/2 (1997): combination of C.C. Beck & Alex Raymond. C.C. Created the Marvel family & was a huge admirer of Alex Raymond. Therefore Raymond Beck.
Elseworlds part 2 of the one above: A combo of Batman creator Bob Kane & Superman creator Jerry Siegel= Jerry Kane.
Detective Comics & Gotham Central: Dick Sprang, Jim Aparo, Bob Kane, Bill Finger, too many to list Dan DiDio, Marshall Robbins, Darwin Cooke etc. half of Brubaker etc. last one Kane & Cooke.
Detective Comics #627: George Roussos, Bob Brown, Mike Friedrich, Dick Giordano, Roy Lichtenstein, Dave Mazzuchelli, Jack Burnley, Paul Gulacy, Sheldon Moldof, Jim Mooney, Jerry Robinson, Marshall Rogers, Ernie Chan, Frank Miller, Bob Haney, Carmine Infantino, Len Wein, Denny O’Neil, Mike Grell, Norman Breyfogle, Neal Adams, Bill Finger, Steve Mitchell, Paris Cullins, Terry Austin, Dick Sprang, Dave Mckean, Jim Aparo, Bob Kane.