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DC SPECIAL SERIES #27: BATMAN VS THE INCREDIBLE HULK (1981)

cover:  Jose Luis-Garcia 
DC SPECIAL SERIES #27: BATMAN VS THE INCREDIBLE HULK
Date:  1981
Cover Price:  $2.50
Publisher: dccomics.com/marvel.com

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    Dear Sir
    I am a great fan of DC & Marvel comics & it is really appreciable the way you are bringing these comics in India at such a low price. One wish I have. Long ago DC & Marvel used to jointly bring out specials where DC & Marvel characters used to appear jointly in one story. I have read one such story starring Batman & the Hulk with Joker as the villain (if I remember correctly). I know Superman & Spiderman had also teamed up. Can these specials be made available in India thru you? I would highly appreciate this effort. Your fan forever. - Sanjiban
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