First up is my favorite of my small purchase: Grappling A Gator. Not Will Ferrell's Gator, but an actual gator. The artwork on this fabulous piece of cardboard is just spectacular. Based on some cursory COMC research, this is from Series A - released in 1966 - and is signified by the Red Bat Symbol. Or something like that.
The back is 1/10th of what I imagine is a pretty cool puzzle of The Caped Crusader.
The other Batman card I acquired depicts The Joker In Jail. Again, the artwork makes the card, which also hails from 1966. This Bat Symbol comes in black.
The Dark Knight was my favorite of the Nolan Trilogy and my favorite Batman movie period so I was especially excited that this card was available for the taking.
Batman landing digits from lovely ladies at UCLA is the greatest thing. EVER.
I picked up a third card that day from my LCS, also for 100 pennies. It depicts terror rained down by the Nazis on a French woman and her son. The son is attempting to gauge out the eye of a Nazi soldier while a second Nazi fires a shot to stop the woman - who has grabbed a large knife - and her boy.
You can't go wrong with WWII-era-themed cards. This bad boy is card # 33 in a 66-card set put out in 1965 by Topps. World War II and the preceding decade is one of my favorite historical periods so to nab a card that covers that stretch of time is truly a real treat.