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    Batman Annual #11

    Batman Annual » Batman Annual #11 - Mortal Clay, Love Bird released by DC Comics on 1987.

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    Mortal Clay, Love Bird last edited by sametattoos on 09/04/22 04:18PM View full history

    In the first story by Alan Moore, Clayface III has fallen in love with a mannequin, and he believes Batman is trying to steal her away from him. Even if Batman can't save Preston's Payne's sanity, can he at least save their marriage?

    Then, in a story by writer Max Allan Collins the Penguin claims to have reformed after meeting a woman through a "Lonely Hearts Club," but Batman isn't buying it. But if he's wrong, he risks destroying the happiness of two people, even if one IS the Penguin. Has the old bird really turned over a new leaf, or is this just yet another scheme?

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    This annual features two love stories. The first is by Alan Moore, and it does not disappoint. A chilling story. The second story is by Max Collins, and it holds up quite nicely next to Moore's. Here we get a sympathetic look at Penguin's personal life, and it's just great....

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