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Detective Comics (1937) - #680
"Prodigal, Part Seven: A Twice Told Tale"
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Charles 'Chuck' Dixon

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Lee Weeks

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Bob K. LeRose
Lee Weeks

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Cover Date: December 1994
Cover Price: US $ 1.50

Issue Tagline: Prodigal, Seven

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Letters Column: Detective Comments

Two-Face intends to carry out the final phase of his master plan, destroying Gotham City’s Hall of Records! While Batman works alone in hunting down Two-Face, Robin seeks help from an outside source. Robin is eventually captured by Two-Face, who uses him as bait for a reluctant Batman. Can Batman overcome his fear and self-doubt for long enough stop Two-Face, and if he does, can he come to terms with the fact that his tenure as Batman is limited?

Reprinted/Collected in:
Batman: Knightfall (1993) 2012 Edition TPB vol. 03
Batman: Prodigal (1997) TPB

Continued in Robin #12

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