BATMAN #307
DC | Back To Batman | January 1979 | Volume 1 | USA | 138 Owned
1st Appearance of Lucius Fox

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Published
January 1979
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Bronze
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$.40
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  • 1ST APPEARANCE of "LUCIUS FOX"
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 DARK MESSENGER OF MERCY 
* 1ST APPEARANCE "LUCIUS FOX"

A bag lady in a subway is murdered by poisoned gold coins laid on her eyes by a mysterious "benefactor" who kills her to release her from her squalid existence. After finishing business matters concerning Wayne Enterprises with the second in command, Lucius Fox, Bruce Wayne retreats to his apartment at twilight and learns about the ghastly murder from Alfred. Changing to Batman, he goes to the GCPD Headquarters, where he learns from Quentin Conroy, who files a complaint with Commissioner Gordon that the coins have been stolen from his late father's priceless collection.

Batman prowls the Gotham streets to look for the killer and finds a band of homeless people, led by Shamrock, a friend of the murder victim. During the visit he saves one of their number from being slain by the coin-killer, whom they recognize as John Francis Conroy, aka "Limehouse Jack", but the killer escapes. The street people tell Batman that Conroy disappeared from their group fifteen years ago. Batman confronts Quentin Conroy and learns that Limehouse Jack was his father. The elder Conroy succumbed to job pressure, left his family, and took to the streets. Though Conroy claims his father is dead, Batman is not so sure.
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BATMAN # 307
Whitman | 1978-1982 | Volume 1 | USA
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