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Batman (1940) - #581
"Orca, Part 3: Diver Down"
DC Comics

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Larry Hama
Scott Alan McDaniel

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Hector Collazo
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Scott Alan McDaniel

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Cover Date: September 2000
Cover Price: US $ 2.25

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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After Orca was shot, she grabbed Bader-Smyth and jumped into the ocean. While he pursued them, Batman got a report from Alfred: Dr. Balin had been doing stem cell research on killer whales in order to possibly cure her handicap. Bader-Smyth shot Orca; Batman got them both to the surface. Dr. Balin took another dose of her serum, became Orca, and got away. Charges were later brought against Bader-Smyth for a number of crimes.

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Batman (2003) #10

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