1986 BATMAN The Dark Knight Returns TPB 1st Printing VF- 7.5 Frank Miller
  $   49


$   49 Sold For
Jun 21, 2020 End Date
May 22, 2018 Start Date
$   49 Start price
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1986 BATMAN The Dark Knight Returns TPB 1st Printing VF- 7.5 Frank Miller

Condition & Grade: VF- , shelf wear  , SEE PICS!!!!

This item was listed by DG.

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