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Batman (1940) - #421
"Elmore's Lady" (Second Printing)
DC Comics

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Jim Starlin

Dick Giordano

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Adrienne Roy

John Costanza

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Dennis 'Denny' O'Neil
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Jerry Bingham

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Cover Date: July 1988
Cover Price: US $ 0.75

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Batman (1940) #421 - Elmore's Lady

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Letters Column: Bat-Signals

While Batman was busy with the KGBeast, the dumpster killer has struck again and again, now with ten victims, but based on the pattern, there should be eleven. When Batman finds the eleventh victim, he also receives a clue which leads him to the GCPD. Finding his lead dead but having left a clue behind, Batman investigates, but is unable to conclusively prove the suspect's guilt.

Letters Column includes a "From the Den" editorial by Denny O'Neil.

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