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Batman (1940) - #474
"The Destroyer, Part One: A Tale of Two Cities"
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Alan Grant

Norm Keith Breyfogle

Norm Keith Breyfogle

Adrienne Roy

Todd Klein

Dennis 'Denny' O'Neil
Kelley Puckett

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Norm Keith Breyfogle
Anton Furst

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Cover Date: February 1992
Cover Price: US $ 1.00

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 22 pages

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The Destroyer

While Batman was breaking up some painting counterfeiters, an abandoned building was imploded. Another was destroyed moments later. They had a common owner, and Batman (thinking insurance scam) questioned him. The third building was not related to the first two. It appeared to Batman that the buildings were being destroyed to improve the aesthetic look of the city.

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Batman (1990) #34

22 story pages

Continued in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight (1989) #27.

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