Detective Comics #669 Recap

Now that we’ve dealt with Mekros, it’s time to return to the Trigger Twins.

Detective Comics #669

Written by Chuck Dixon
Pencils by Graham Nolan
Inks by Eduardo Barreto
Colors by Adrienne Roy
Lettered by John Costanza
Edited by Darren Vincenzo & Scott Peterson

The Trigger Twins begin their heist, with the guards co-operating after the guns come out, while the cashier pulls a revolver and is shot to death.

Transit dispatch sends officers, but not before the Trigger Twins get aboard, though the officers arrive just in time to see them get on the train, and for one of officers to get shot.

Pants to be darkened!

AzBat races to intercept in the Bat Sled, ultimately pulling alongside and leaping onto the roof. He goads one of the Twins onto the roof and knocks them out, before taking down the other and finally letting the driver know that they can pull in at the next station.

In the harbor, Danny Doyle is waiting for the Twins to show up with the money, only to encounter the GCPD.

The issue wraps up with Calvin Berkowitz going to meet the person who called him with a movie pitch – The Joker! He’s got a movie to die for – “The Death of Batman – The Motion Picture”

It’s a comedy, of course.

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