"Legend of the Dark Mite": Batman interrogates insane drug user Bob Overdog at Arkham Asylum. Overdog pleads innocent of killing his confederates, blaming the incident on a diminutive elf called Bat-Mite. Bat


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Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #38 is an issue of the series Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1992.

Synopsis for "Legend of the Dark Mite"

Batman interrogates insane drug user Bob Overdog at Arkham Asylum. Overdog pleads innocent of killing his confederates, blaming the incident on a diminutive elf called Bat-Mite. Batman disbelieves his story, suspecting that everything Overdog claims to have seen was nothing more than the effects of abundant drug use.

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  • First Post-Crisis appearance of Bat-Mite. The legitimacy of his appearance in this issue is unverified as his appearance could just as likely be explained as the effects of Bob Overdog's psychotropic drug visions.
  • This issue is reprinted in World's Funnest.



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