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1992 Robin III Cry of the Huntress Parts 1 through 6

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1992 Robin III Cry of the Huntress Parts 1 through 6

I gave the 1992 Robin III: Cry of the Huntress Collector#39;s Edition #1 through #6 to my father, and he kept every single one unopened.

He probably read this plain old regular Robin III: Cry of the Huntress six-issue mini-series. All six of the comics are in pretty good shape, except #6 has a small tear in the upper left-hand corner of the front and a rip on the back cover ad. I tried to show the rips in the photos.

This Robin series is by Chuck Dixon, Tom Lyle and Bob Smith. You don#39;t get all the bells and whistles of the Collector#39;s Edition, elsewhere on my site. But you do get the Cry of the Huntress. I wish I could get her abs, that#39;s for sure.

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1992 Robin III Cry of the Huntress Parts 1 through 6

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