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Item: Detective Comics (2nd Series) #23.3A | Publisher: DC | Cover Artist: Jason Fabok | Writer: Peter J. Tomasi | Artist: Szymon Kudranski | Appearances: Scarecrow (Jonathan Crane), Mr. Freeze (Victor Fries), Poison Ivy (Pamela Isley) | Storylines: City of Fear | Notes: Scarecrow; regular cover (not lenticular) | This item is out of print, making it a collectible. Each additional comic ships for just 50 cents more to customers in the USA. This listing contains a stock photo and information from ComicBase and 2006 Human Computing

Detective Comics (2nd Series) #23.3A VF/NM ; DC comic book



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