Batman: Death of Innocents

    (DC, 1996)
™ and ©1996 DC Comics, Inc.

In this gripping tale, Batman faces enemies that even he may be powerless to defeat. These enemies kill indiscriminately. It makes no difference whether the victims are adults or children, men or women. These enemies can’t be seen until it is too late. The enemies are land mines.

Bruce Wayne travels to Kravia, a war-torn country in Europe, to find the missing daughter of one of his employees. Her father was killed when his vehicle ran over a land mine. She escaped injury, but was lost afterwards. Batman must face the danger of being in the middle of a civil war, and the possibility that any step he takes could be his last…

This one-shot special was created to draw attention to the hazard of land mines, which can maim and kill innocents long after any war is over.

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 One-shot about the dangers of landmines and unexploded ordnance; Text introduction by Senator Patrick Leahy; Text features by victims, amd witness of landminesDenny O’Neil, Senator Patrick Leahy, Col. David H. Hackworth, Jody Williams, Jerry WhiteJoe Staton