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Batman (1940) - #403
"One Batman Too Many" (Second print - Bat Symbol UPC/ Multi-Pack)
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Max Allan Collins

Denys B. Cowan

Greg Brooks

Adrienne Roy

John Costanza

Dennis 'Denny' O'Neil

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Denys B. Cowan
Dick Giordano

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Cover Date: January 1987
Cover Price: US $ 0.75

Issue Tagline: One Batman Too Many

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Batman (1940) #403 - One Batman Too Many

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Letters Column: Bat-Signals

The former cop who was convinced that he was Batman (see Batman 402) escaped Arkham after killing two guards who he thought was Joker and Two-Face. He happened upon the Batcave, stole an outfit, and stole the car. The real Batman realized what was going on and tracked the impostor down. After a short fight, the true Batman won.

The continuation of a writeup by Max A. Collins titled "The Dick Tracy/Batman Connection Part Two: The Galleries of Grotesque".

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