Batman 131 april 1960 Hawaii rsz.jpg
Batman 131 april 1960.jpg




Comic description: Hawaii's population is incredibly diverse. It's citizens come from many different racial, cultural, and religious backgrounds. This diversity is also reflected in the demographics of Hawaii's elected officicals. Because all of these different groups of people live in Hawaii harmoniously, Hawaii provides an example that the rest of the country can learn from. 

[Image description: On a television, Batman II and Robin II are swinging through the air. Batman and Batwoman are both watching the television. Batman says to Batwoman: "It's hard to believe, Kathy, that since we retired as Batman and Batwoman, Dick Grayson has become Batman II!". Batwoman replies: "And our son has become the new Robin!".]

Public service comic published as a part of the National Social Welfare Assembly Comics Project. The Comics Project lasted from August 1949 - July 1967 and produced over 200 pages promoting citizenship and social values.

Publisher's Note: "Published as a public service in cooperation with The National Social Welfare Assembly, coordinating organization for national health, welfare and recreation agencies of the U.S."


Script: Jack Schiff
Pencils: Bernard Baily
Inks: Bernard Baily
Letters: Ira Schnapp


Batman: The Dog That Betrayed Batman no.131 APR 1960 James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries


DC Comics


1960 April


Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries


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Learn more: 
National Social Welfare Assembly, Social Welfare History Project 
Comics on a Mission: Educational and Public Service Comics, Social Welfare History Image Portal


Script:Jack SchiffPencils:Bernard BailyInks:Bernard BailyLetters:Ira Schnapp, “Aloha...Hawaii!,” Social Welfare History Image Portal, accessed May 20, 2024,