Batman: Shadow of the Bat #58

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Publisher DC
Brand DC
Condition VF/NM
Issue Number 58
Writer/Script Alan Grant, Alan Grant
Story Artist Duncan Fegredo (signed, painted), Dave Taylor
Story Inks Duncan Fegredo (signed, painted), Stan Woch
Story Colors Duncan Fegredo (signed, painted), Pam Rambo; Android Images (separations)
Story Letters Bill Oakley, typeset
Story Characters Batman, Batman; Poison Ivy; Floronic Man [Jason Woodrue]; Holly Wood; Eva Green; Commissioner James Gordon; Tim Drake [Robin]
Synopsis Tim Drake's friend Norris hallucinates under the influence of the marijuana created by the Floronic Man. Poison Ivy kisses Batman, releases him and watches as he and the Floronic Man fight. Batman wins the fight by shocking the Floronic Man and cutting off his head (which doesn't kill him, he's a plant). The Batman easily dispatches Holly and Eva. However, Poison Ivy escapes due to paralysis induced by the kiss she shared with Batman earlier in the story. Tim Drake stands before his class and explains why he will never take drugs.
Dimensions Standard Modern Age U.S.
Print Date January 1997
Reprint? No
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