We all know that José Luis Garcia-Lopez draws better than just about anyone in comics but here's a sample that shows off his skill as a storyteller. The script for this page reads:
Back down at street level. We're looking at the COPS. COP #1 is clearly unhappy, complaining.
1 COP #1: This bites. There's an ACTUAL crime going down out there and we're stuck here...
On the POLICE CAR. A SHADOW, possibly familiar with its Tut headgear shape, has fallen ominously on the car.
2 COP #1: ...with NOTHING happening,
A different street. BATMAN arrives at the scene of the alarm. Its a small shop with a BROKEN FRONT WINDOW. The alarm is still going off.
3 SFX: WHEET WHEET WHEET
BATMAN stands at the broken window, looking inside. Everything looks normal, save for the ROCK that was presumably thrown through the glass. But nothing else is out of place inside.
4 SFX: WHEET WHEET WHEET
BATMAN races back towards the townhouses. He's been duped.
On the POLICE CARS. Both COPS are slumped over in the front seats. Out cold, maybe dead. In the background, the SUN is rising.
Okay, now look at the pencils. José added a reaction shot which really helps the tension and the pacing, but look what he drew for panel three. "Batman arrives at the scene" indeed.
It goes without saying, José is a very generous penciller.