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"You Can't Hide From a Deadman!": While busting up a crime scene, Batman is suddenly attacked by Robin, and then Commissioner Gordon and various people on the streets. Batman realizes it is actually [[Boston



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Synopsis for "You Can't Hide From a Deadman!"

While busting up a crime scene, Batman is suddenly attacked by Robin, and then Commissioner Gordon and various people on the streets. Batman realizes it is actually Deadman who is possessing the bodies and attacking him. Fighting off all these attacks, Batman manages to convince Deadman to stop, and soon learns that his friend was hypnotized into attacking him by the evil Sensei.

Eventually, they learn that the Sensei plans to destroy Nanda Parbat. Batman and Deadman travel there and stop the Society of Assassins from destroying the land. Afterwards, Batman leaves, and Deadman is left wondering why he can only become a physical form in the realm of Namba Parbat.



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  • Reprinted in Deadman #7.
  • After this issue, Deadman's continuity becomes a little muddled. His next "published" appearance is in Aquaman #50. But specific plot points in this issue continue directly into the Deadman mini-series published in 1986.

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