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    Detective Comics #660 (D.C. Comics, 1993). 5/1993 - KnightFall part 4. Exhausted after his encounter with Mr. Zsasz, Batman is unable to come to Robin's aid as he is caught between Bane and Killer Croc in a death duel beneath the steamy streets of Gotham City. Continued in Batman (1940) #494. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Jim Balent and Scott Hanna. Cover by Sam Kieth.

    Publisher: DC
    Category: Universal
    Page Quality: White
    Artists/Writers: Chuck Dixon story Jim Balent & Scott Hanna art Sam Kieth cover
    Significance: "Knightfall" part 4
    CGC census 1/21: 7 in 9.6, 54 higher.

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