Double Your Money - And Die last edited by ltjfleetwood41 on 05/31/18 12:36PM View full history

“DOUBLE YOUR MONEY--AND DIE!” When the shareholders of the Starr Corporation are being killed one by one, Batman and Green Arrow team up to watch over the owner--jetsetting playgirl Salome Starr--believing that she may have some involvement in the killings. What they find could spell doom for both of them!

In "Double Your Money... And Die!" someone is murdering wealthy millionaires who have invested in a foundation which would double their investment, and the next target is Oliver Queen, AKA Green Arrow! Even as Batman pieces together the clues as to the killer's identity (the foundation gives each investors a stock certificate in the shape of a coin with the number "2" on it), the question of why still hangs in the balance, along with Queen's life.

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One of the best Two-Face stories, with almost no Two-Face in it! 0

 This is one of the best Two-Face stories I've ever read, and it barely features the character at all. But much like Orson Welles's Harry Lime, whose five minutes of screen time dominated the whole of The Third Man, the threat of Harvey Dent looms throughout this great Batman/Green Arrow team-up story from 1973's The Brave and the Bold #106.  Written by Bob Haney and drawn by the great Jim Aparo (who got top billing, strangely but deservedly enough), "Double Your Money... and Die!" was the secon...

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