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Is This The End of Easy Co. ... And Is Batman To Blame?
Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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When Bruce Wayne encounters an aged Nazi, he remembers fighting alongside Sgt Rock and Easy Company during World War II to prevent that Nazi from developing a terrible weapon.
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This story depicts the Earth One Batman being active during World War II and still young in the present, with no explanation. Editor Murray Boltinoff was never one to let details like this prevent him from telling a good story.
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