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"Batman: "The Thief of Night!"": One night while out on patrol, Batman encounters the black-clad Thief of Night, who steals precious furs and gems to bring to his lover, Nocturna. In their first encounter, Ba



Appearing in Batman: "The Thief of Night!"

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  • Waldo
  • Forrester (Single appearance)
  • Frank (Single appearance)
  • James

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Synopsis for Batman: "The Thief of Night!"

One night while out on patrol, Batman encounters the black-clad Thief of Night, who steals precious furs and gems to bring to his lover, Nocturna. In their first encounter, Batman is unable to capture the thief, because he chooses to save an innocent man from death. However, when word about this gets to the media, Batman turns into the laughing stock of Gotham City.

Meanwhile, Lucius Fox gets word from the board at Wayne Enterprises, that one of their employees, a Ms. N. Knight, has suffered an accident while working the night shift at the Astronomical Observatory and her medical bills for her dermatology treatment are very high. Fox considers the situation and realizes that Wayne Enterprises might have to give the lady additional compensations.

The next night, Bruce goes on a date with Vicki Vale, but he leaves her waiting for three hours when he gets word that the Thief of the Night is close by. Despite his best efforts, Batman is unable to stop the shadow thief and after another defeat, he returns to a very upset VIcki Vale, who ends their date immediately.

To make matters worse, Bruce returns home where his new ward, Jason is considering going back to the circus since Batman will not take him on as his new partner.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "Lost in the Ozone"

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  • Rick O'Conner

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  • Ozone

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "Lost in the Ozone"

Rick helps free Ollie and the rest of the people Ozone glued to the exhibition room’s floor, and then reveals that the man in pursuit of Ozone is his own father, a psychotic scientist. Green Arrow tracks down Ozone with the help of an informant and captures him. The botulism toxin is destroyed by the heat of an open furnace at their battle site.

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  • This book was first published on May 26, 1983.
  • "The Thief of Night!" takes place after the events of Batman #362 and the story continues in Batman #363.

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