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    Neal Adams and Dick Giordano Batman #232 Batcave page 3 Original Art (DC, 1971). In the yarn that featured the first appearance of Ra's al Ghul, "Daughter of the Demon," Batman returns to Wayne Manor and the Batcave, which he had left behind in 1969 to move to a Gotham City penthouse. There's a great shot of the Batcave's familiar "giant penny." The Caped Crusader needs the Batcave's equipment to try and track down the kidnapped Robin, and the last panel has the first words of Ra's al Ghul who debuted on the next page. This is a first-rate Batman page by the unbeatable Bronze Age art team of Neal Adams and Dick Giordano. This page has an image area of 10" x 15", and aside from some blue penciling and white-out in a few of the word balloons and some light water damage at the top of the page, the art is in Very Good condition.

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