Appearing in "One Night in Gotham City"Edit
- Magpie (First appearance)
Synopsis for "One Night in Gotham City"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue was reprinted in Superman: The Man of Steel Vol. 1.
- This is the first appearance of the post-Crisis Batman.
- This issue re-imagines the first meeting between Batman and Superman. DC Comics has since retroactively re-imagined their first encounter with one another in Superman/Batman Secret Files and Origins 2003.
- This story appears to take place early in Batman's career, as the Dark Knight is mentioned as working outside the law. Batman also has no Batmobile at this point; instead, he drives a two-door dark blue sedan which has a portable crime lab installed in the trunk.
- Magpie kills one of her henchmen using a re-enactment of the "Happy Birthday" gag from the Looney Tunes cartoon "It's Hummer Time!" in which she puts a dynamite right in the henchman's mouth.
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- Man of Steel series index at the Grand Comics Database
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|Crisis Reboot |
After the Crisis on Infinite Earths, a 1985-1986 maxiseries which completely reset the continuity of the entire DC Comics Universe, all of DC's major characters and franchises needed to be updated to reflect the changes in the events of their lives. Multiple story arcs were put out to explain these rebooted versions of popular characters.