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Hiram Abif.
All-seeing eye and serpent.
All-seeing eye and serpent.
"High-ranking masons."
Batman, Legends of the Dark Knight (1996)
Batman uses his knowledge of masonic ritual to track a serial killer to the "Temple of the New Dawn". The source of his knowledge is left unexplained but the conclusion could be drawn, if the reader was so inclined, that he was a freemason.
The three-part story ends with Batman questioning whether or not his role in tracking the killer to the Temple of the New Dawn was not somehow manipulated by some unidentified secret group.
The fictional Temple of the New Dawn is also noted as having been created by a "former pulp fiction writer", an allusion to L. Ronald Hubbard.

Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight. "Conspiracy" 3 parts. Doug Moench, writer; J.H. Williams, artist; Mick Gray, inker; Dan Brown, colorist; Willie Schubert, letterer; Chuck Kim, asst, editor; Archie Goodwin, editor. New York : DC Comics, November 1996. No. 88.
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