Detective Comics (1937-) #449 - July 1975 Issue - DC Comics
From View Obscura Comics
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This comic book is in used condition. Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has some flaws that warrant a VG grade.
Note: Moderate spine creasing. Rough top edge with two heavy creases in the top right hand corner of the cover. Rough right hand edge with some chipping.
Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!
Script by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Ernie Chan, inks by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez.
Commissioner Gordon summons Batman to help him solve a problem involving four slaughterhouses each losing a herd of cattle. The Commissioner got an anonymous tip about a fifth attempt to occur that night involving a cattle boat. Batman spots the normally unused Refugee Island Ferry in transit and presumes it to be part of the smuggling. Batman boards the boat and is confronted by Tad Wolfe who is about to shoot Batman when his gun misfires. Batman catches him, bringing him to a police station where Tad's brother, Zach, refuses to post bail. That night Batman dreams of an encounter with a New Mexico medicine chief he met during his training to become Batman. The dream ends with a clicking noise and the imagery forming a gun. Batman poses as 'Slicker' and gathers information about Zachary Wolfe . He redresses as Batman and confronts Zachary in his warehouse. Zachary orders all his truck drivers to immediately stop and empty their trucks which allows all the stolen cattle to run free. Batman and the police help corral the cattle. Batman realizes the dream was his subconscious pointing out to him that Tad Wolfe had purposefully misfired by placing his wedding band in front of the gun's hammer. Batman deduces Tad was the anonymous informant.
See Also: Detective Comics #404 - October 1970 Issue - DC Comics - Grade VG, Detective Comics #437 - November 1973 Issue - DC Comics - Grade VG/F, Detective Comics (1937-) #385 - March 1969 Issue - DC Comics - Grade VF, Detective Comics (1937-) #344 - October 1965 Issue - DC Comics - Grade FR/G, Detective Comics (1937-) #165 - November 1950 Issue - DC Comics - Grade FR/PR
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