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BATMAN # 254 - 100 Page Giant! VG! DC Comics, Feb.-Mar. 1974!! $15.00 - $15 (Superior WI)

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condition: excellent
BATMAN # 254 - 100 Page Giant! VG! DC Comics, Feb.-Mar. 1974!! $15.00 obo!

This 100 page Special is in VG condition with All pages here and complete! Flat, Clean and Colorful, but general wear along the bottom of the book.!
'King of the Gotham Jungle!" is by Writer Frank Robbins, Penciler Irv Novick, Inker Dick Giordano and Letterer Ben Oda finds The Getaway Genius has managed to fool Batman once more and he is currently "getting away" with the loot from one of his recent crimes when he suddenly spots the shadow of a bat in a nearby rooftop! Reynolds and his gang use a helicopter to escape and they believe that they have reached a safe place from Batman, but much to their surprise, it is Man-Bat who is after them!! The flying creature is able to reach the helicopter and force it to descent to the ground, where the thugs are finally captured by Batman. After this unexpected team-up, Batman learns that Langstrom has managed to control the transformation into Man-Bat and they realize that their team-work could be unstoppable if they continue training and working together! But Batman is, after all, a loner!
"The Witch and the Manuscript of Doom!" by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and George Roussos sees famous Writer Eric Dorne apparently killed by a Witch and he left a manuscript about a Witch, which was going to be part of his next story! There are many suspects, so Batman and Robin investigate! After examining the evidence, Batman deduces the identity of the killer and prepares a trap for him. Dorne's Publisher, who was the real killer disguised as a Witch, falls for Batman's trap and he gives away his whole plot of Publishing Dorne's next story without giving the man any credit!
"Bullet-Hole Club!" by David Vern Reed, Dick Sprang and Charles Paris sees The Bullet-Hole Club in Gotham City is formed by law enforcers who have survived a bullet wound! Batman realises that Detective Flint is desperate to join the club and allows his plan to proceed to find out what the man is up to....and when Flint tries to kill another Cop named Collins, Batman steps in and stops him! Flint's mind snaps and he is committed to a mental hospital!
"The Man Who Stole from Batman!" by Gardner Fox, Sheldon Moldoff and Joe Giella shows Batman and Robin taking on a slippery hired goon named The Grasshopper!
"The Phenomenal Memory of Luke Graham!" by Elliot S. Maggin, Dick Dillin and Murphy Anderson shows Robin is unable to help one of his college classmates when he is attacked by a gang of thieves, but he knows that he his classmate has a prolific memory. Robin shakes his classmate a little to make him recall the events of the night when he was attacked and when he reveals almost every detail of the encounter, Robin is able to capture the criminals!
"The Son of the Joker!" by Bill Finger, Sheldon Moldoff and Stan Starkman finds Alfred Pennyworth writing of their encounter with the Joker, who is using a young thug to carry on his legacy of crime! Unfortunately for Joker, Batman has deduced the truth and he rescues his young counterpart and his son, before the three of them overcome the criminals and capture the Joker and his "son"!
"The Guardian of the Bat-Signal!" by Edmond Hamilton, Bob Kane, Charles Paris and Pat Gordon sees Batman appoint a Veteran Cop, now blind, to activate the Bat Signal when needed! When the crooks strike again, a technical malfunction prevents Hainer from activating the signal...so he comes up with an alternate way of alerting Batman. When Batman gets the timely alert, he and Robin are able to apprehend the gang!
Trivia: This issue contains a "Batman Oddities" fact page, where some obscure, little known facts about Batman's history are revealed. One of these facts incorrectly points out Gotham City was first named in Detective Comics #48. The first time was in fact in Batman #4, which was published three months prior to Detective #48!
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