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Batman/Scarface: A Psychodrama (2001) - OGN SC
"A Psychodrama"
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Alan Grant

Charlie Adlard

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Grant Goleash
Allen Jamison - 'Jamison/Jamison Services'

John Costanza

Joseph Phillip Illidge
Dennis 'Denny' O'Neil
Bob Schreck
Michael Wright

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Cover Date: 2001
Cover Price: US $ 5.95

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Format: Color; Prestige Format; 48 pages

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From DC Comics:For years Scarface has been one of the most brutal mobsters in the Gotham City underworld. But he is a different sort of wiseguy, unique among the criminal community. You see, Scarface is a ventriloquist's dummy - the mannequin mouthpiece of mild-mannered Arnold Wesker. It is believed that Scarface's savagery and disregard for human life is merely a symptom of Wesker's fractured psyche. But what if that outlet were removed from the Ventriloquist's possession? What if the puppet were buried and left to rot? Would the evil truly disappear - or is this just the beginning of a darker, deadlier tale?

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