This article is part of the Peculiar Panels series.
The goons in Batman's Shameful Secret have been posting funny comic book panels for years. In this new sporadically updated series we'll spotlight the most outlandish and puzzling contributions.
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The most outlandish and puzzling comic book panels discovered by the goons in Batman's Shameful Secret.