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    In a 3-part tale from BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #169-171 featuring art by Tony Harris, The Dark Knight encounters Frank Sharp, an exceptionally ugly man who has the ability to make people do whatever he wants just by shaking their hand. Sharp is out to make a name for himself in Gotham City's worlds of politics and crime - if Batman doesn't stop him first. Plus, a tale illustrated by Harris from HOURMAN #22, guest-starring Young Justice!

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    Feels like a leftover Aminal Man story. 0

    This book is a reprint of the story arc Irresistible as well as an Hourman story.  The covers are omitted and there are ads, this comic is almost a hybrid trade paperback.   The main-story is the Irresistible story arc, which felt like Tom Peyer had a leftover Animal Story and managed to sell it to the editors. The Premise there is a guy name Frank Sharp, who looks like a piranha.  Sharp has the ability to charm you if he shakes your hand.  Sharp abuses his power and this story sums up the old s...

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