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BATMAN (1940-2011) #15
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Publisher: DC
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WWII machine gun cvr; new Catwoman costume + classic WWII story (Batman breaks into Nazi concentration camp & frees prisoners)
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BATMAN (1940-2011) #15
VF-: 7.5
Much has been made about Batman's refusal to use firearms over his long and storied career, the Caped Crusader famously swung into action on the cover of Detective #33 with a holstered gun on his utility belt, which was one of the few occurrences the character was shown with a pistol. Rules are made to be broken, especially when it is for a good cause, and what better cause could there be than defeating the forces of evil that were waging war against America's allies overseas. Batman happily broke his weapons ban in order to support the troops and promote the purchase of war bonds and stamps. This is one of the great wartime Batman covers, the Jack Burnley illustration shows a gleeful Batman blasting away on his mounted machine gun while the Boy Wonder cheerily feeds him ammunition.
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