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"The Misfits, Part 2": While en route to a Wayne Foundation board meeting, Bruce Wayne is abducted by Killer Moth and Chancer. A simultaneous abduction of Mayor Krol and Commissioner Gordon transpires at the Gotham City Hall at the hands of Cat-Man and Calendar Man. The GCPD is informed of Kil



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Synopsis for "The Misfits, Part 2"

While en route to a Wayne Foundation board meeting, Bruce Wayne is abducted by Killer Moth and Chancer. A simultaneous abduction of Mayor Krol and Commissioner Gordon transpires at the Gotham City Hall at the hands of Cat-Man and Calendar Man. The GCPD is informed of Killer Moth's demand of ten million dollars within a five hour time frame. Following an unsuccessful attempt to escape, Wayne, Krol, and Gordon are locked within an underground cell. Meanwhile, Robin has identified Nimrod the Hunter as Dean Harder, a Texas man wanted for the murder of his wife and a security guard. Robin arrives atop the roof of the GCPD moments after Nimrod has approached Sgt. Essen with an offer to help locate Chancer and the gang. He makes the same offer to a dubious Robin after claiming that it was Chancer who was responsible for the murders for which he's been blamed. As the issue draws to a close, we learn that although Essen has arranged for Killer Moth's demands to be met, the criminal has no intention of letting his hostages live. He floods their cell and leaves them to their fate.



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Bruce Wayne's acknowledgement that Killer Moth once discovered his secret identity is a direct reference to events which transpired in Detective Comics #173 July, 1951.

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