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Detective Comics Vol 1 284

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Detective Comics Vol 1 284

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"The Negative Batman": Batman is struck by the rays of a criminal scientist's camera-weapon, which turns him into a "negative Batman", vulnerable to light and possibly doomed to die in a few days' time. As a last resort, Batman prepares a trap for the criminal, who us



Appearing in "The Negative Batman"

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  • Hal Durgin (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Negative Batman"

Batman is struck by the rays of a criminal scientist's camera-weapon, which turns him into a "negative Batman", vulnerable to light and possibly doomed to die in a few days' time. As a last resort, Batman prepares a trap for the criminal, who uses his camera on Batman a second time, unknowingly. As soon as he is returned to normal, Batman uses his Robot, painted as a negative in order to trick the villains and destroy the atomic camera. With the criminals captured, Batman is able to return to the spotlight.

Appearing in "Roy Raymond's Deadly Powers"

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  • Lucky Morana (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Roy Raymond's Deadly Powers"

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Appearing in "The Courtship of J'onn J'onzz"

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  • Sonny Sommers (Single appearance)

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  • a fortune teller (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Courtship of J'onn J'onzz"

Diane Meade tries courting John Jones by attracting his attention in various ways, which turn out to be disastrous.

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Trivia

  • This issue includes a one-page public service announcement titled, "How are Your Shopping Manners".



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