Brave and the Bold 176

Brave and the Bold 176 (1981)
The Delta Connection
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Swampy reminds me of the fellow from the black lagoon.
No where in this issue does Batman climb a tree.
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“Darknight” and the “mockery of life”

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“Mossy man-brute” is much softer on Swampy’s ego

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Cat ghost!

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Based on this panel and the transitive property of logic,  Selena Kyle should have a firm grasp of who Batman is.

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I love the composition of this panel.

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I believe Swamp Thing is trying to see how long he can hold his breath.

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Rudely interrupted, he takes  control of the situation.

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Batman arrives just in time only to be shot down accidentally.
Swampy and Batman are knocked unconscious. When Swamp Thing comes to, he is a bit disoriented.

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And he’s back!

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I found this panel to be interesting for two reasons. One, Swamp Thing is being a jerk in not helping Batman and two, Batman calls the corpse “it”. I don’t think Batman is being cold but he does seem detached, maybe focused on busting the bad guys.

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As you can see, Swamp Thing does a lot of talking in this book.

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Bayou Lafourche: home of the Original Swamp Thing!

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… And specters with clues!

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Batman is not happy with Swampy’s delta clue but he’s a detective, he can handle it.

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Batman enjoys a good surprise.

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Swamp Thing enjoys double fisted smash attacks.

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It seems that every Swamp Thing/Batman appearance ends with a wave goodbye.

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Permanent oblivion is a tough road to walk. What does Swamp Thing encounter in the last page? Get the book!

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This fish looks terrified

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Pat Morita look a-like, mellow dragon

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