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Color; Standard Comic Issue; 52 pages
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Batman (1940) #237 National Bookstore Variant
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Detective Comics (1937) #37
Batman Illustrated by Neal Adams (2003) HC vol. 03
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Batman In The Seventies (2000) TPB
Batman: Vow from the Grave (1989) TPB
The Best of DC (1979) #51
Limited Collectors' Edition (1973) C-52
Features Tom Fagan's Rutland Halloween Parade
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Originally published in Detective Comics #37 [March, 1940] and marked the Batman's last solo adventure before teaming up with Robin, the Boy Wonder.
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