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Batman (1940) - #228
"Deadly Traps For Batman and Robin"
DC Comics


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  Editor(s):
E. Nelson Bridwell

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Murphy Anderson
Curt Douglas Swan
 

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Cover Date: Jan/Feb 1971
Cover Price: US $ 0.25

Issue Tagline: Watch it, Robin! This issue of Giant Batman is full of deadly traps for us!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 64 pages

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Letters Column: Giant Batmail

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Reprints/Collects:
Batman (1940) #75
Batman (1940) #83
Batman (1940) #91
Batman (1940) #108
Batman (1940) #111
Detective Comics (1937) #238

Reprinted/Collected in:
Showcase Presents: Batman (2006) TPB vol. 05

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80 Page Giant G79

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"Outlaw Town, U.S.A.!" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Bob Kane

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Synopsis:
Batman and Robin have never faced a more deadly situation - with their eyes wide open - than when they go hunting three outlaws - in a town run by criminals! Everyone in the place is gunning for the Dynamic Duo!

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Reprinted from Batman #75 (Feb.-Mar., 1953)

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"The Living Bat-Plane!" - Edit this story

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Crooks gain control of the Batman's fabulous Batplane and use it for crime. and when the Caped Crime-fighter goes after it, his own creation zooms at him for the kill!

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Reprinted from Batman #91 (Apr., 1955)

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The Batplane crashes - the Batman is injured - yet a Batman is active in Gotham City! Even Robin and Alfred are fooled by the imposter! And when the Masked Manhunter tries to expose his double, he falls into a fiendish trap!

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Reprinted from Batman #83 (Apr., 1954)

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Imagine a jungle, recreated on an estate near Gotham City - and a madman, out for vengeance, and more deadly than the wild beasts themselves! What's more, he knows just how to trap the Batman and Robin!

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Reprinted from Batman #111 (Oct., 1957)

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Synopsis:
Only the Batman and Robin have the evidence to save an innocent man from execution ... yet they are trapped by the special locks in their own Bat-cave!

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Reprinted from Batman #108 (June, 1957)

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A dead hood's legacy leads the Batman and Robin into replicas of traps they've escaped in the past; only this time, their former escape routes are rigged for death!

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Reprinted from Detective Comics #238 (Dec., 1956)

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