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"A Cannon for Batman": During an auction of relics from the American Civil War, Bruce Wayne buys an special chest, where he finds a secret compartment with a patch created in the image of his bat-emblem. In order to learn the origin of such emblem, Bruce pays a vi



Appearing in "A Cannon for Batman"

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  • Juniper (Single appearance)

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  • Covered Wagon

Synopsis for "A Cannon for Batman"

During an auction of relics from the American Civil War, Bruce Wayne buys an special chest, where he finds a secret compartment with a patch created in the image of his bat-emblem. In order to learn the origin of such emblem, Bruce pays a visit to his old friend Professor Carter Nichols and asks him to send him back to 1862.

While in the past, Bruce comes across Martha Jennings, a notorious humanitarian figure and also the hero Scalphunter. Working together, Batman and Scalphunter help Jennings deliver medical supplies to the peolle in need and they also play a small role during the Civil War. After his efforts to help, Batman decides it's time to leave and Jennings tells him that she will find a way to honor his assistance with his own peculiar bat-symbol.

When Bruce returns to the present, he realizes that he has learned the truth about the mysterious bat patch.

Appearing in "Double or Nothing"

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  • Marjorie Marshall (Flashback only)

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  • Toxin Bullets

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  • Taxi Cab

Synopsis for "Double or Nothing"

Nemesis tries to take on a casino run by one of the Council’s members, but a blonde out for vengeance against his target complicates matters.

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