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Memory Monday: Freezing to Death…and Talking about It

This is one of the first comic book stories I can remember reading. I’m pretty sure I read it as a reprint — I have no idea when/where it first saw print.

So, yeah, the Batman of the year 3000 — secret identity “Brane” (get it?) — tracks down the evil Saturnian overlord who has enslaved Earth, chases him into the upper atmosphere, and violent hypothermia ensues.

And I never in a million years thought I’d have to type those words in that specific order.

Gotta love the Science! Fun Fact™ tossed in there for the benefit of kids like Young Barry, eh? And my kindergarten teacher wondered why I was so twisted…

(From Batman Family #3, February 1976. Written by Unknown. Art by Dick Sprang and Jerry Robinson.)

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