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Batman (1940) - #568
"No Man's Land: Fruit of the Earth, Part Two"
DC Comics

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Greg Rucka

Dan Jurgens

Bill Sienkiewicz

Wildstorm FX
Noelle C. Giddings - '(sometimes Nöel?)'

John Costanza

Joseph Phillip Illidge
Dennis 'Denny' O'Neil
Darren J. Vincenzo

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Laurel Blechman
Glen Orbik

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Cover Date: August 1999
Cover Price: US $ 1.99

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Fruit of the Earth
No Man's Land

Clayface had been holding Ivy, forcing her to grow food for her, and enslaving the children she'd been caring for. Robin began getting the children to safety; Batman began attempting to get Ivy free from the brick-like clay that held her. As Clayface returned, Robin set off explosives that freed Ivy. Huntress joined Pettit's group.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Batman: No Man's Land (1999) 2nd Edition TPB vol. 02
Batman: No Man's Land (1999) TPB vol. 03
Batman: No Man's Land (1999) TPB vol. 03 (2nd Printing)

Fruit of the Earth continues in Detective Comics #735

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