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"Maintaining Appearances": A new secretary at Wayne Enterprises bemoans her layabout of a boss, unaware this is only a facade that Bruce Wayne uses to fool her - to fool nearly all his employees - on a near-daily basis.



Appearing in "Maintaining Appearances"

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  • Annie
  • Jamie

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Synopsis for "Maintaining Appearances"

A new secretary at Wayne Enterprises bemoans her layabout of a boss, unaware this is only a facade that Bruce Wayne uses to fool her - to fool nearly all his employees - on a near-daily basis.

Appearing in "Possessions"

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  • Dr. Senn

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  • Feld
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  • Everett Renner

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  • Antique coin

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Synopsis for "Possessions"

With his customary ruthlessness (and an enforcer well-trained in attacking pressure points), the Penguin pursues an antique coin as part of an elaborate "business venture" with his chief rival, Two-Face.

Appearing in "The Last Bite"

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  • Spree robber (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for "The Last Bite"

Harvey Bullock attempts a diet, but succumbs to his usual gluttony in less than a day. Ironically, this allows him to stop an extremely prolific - and violent - robbery spree, which has targeted his favorite doughnut shop.

Appearing in "Banished from the Pack"

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  • Robbins Electronics robbers

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Synopsis for "Banished from the Pack"

In the midst of a crime-wave, the Huntress reflects on her history with Batman and Robin, who have long ostracized her for her brutality. When she tries to soften her methods, however, a criminal quickly takes advantage of her mercy; furious, she delivers the man a near-fatal beating and reaffirms her pride in being a "lone wolf" among Gotham's crimefighters.

Appearing in "Big Mouth Strikes Again"

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  • Neon

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  • Perry

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Synopsis for "Big Mouth Strikes Again"

After successfully killing a policeman and evading Batman, an underworld hitman celebrates with drinks and pool at his favorite bar. Too late does he realize his challenger is no ordinary pool-shark, but a disguised Commissioner Gordon, encouraging his overconfident (and increasingly drunk) rants until a confession can be caught on tape.

Appearing in "The Rhino's Tale"

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  • Rhino (Flashback and main story) (Origin)

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  • Skull Bolero (Dies in flashback)

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  • Doctor

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Synopsis for "The Rhino's Tale"

During a therapy session at Blackgate Penitentiary, the Ventriloquist's chief enforcer Rhino recounts the origins of his work - how Wesker and Scarface had helped him kill Skull Bolero, then his chief rival at Blackgate. Bolero's death, brought about through subterfuge instead of direct violence, taught Rhino the value of channeling anger into guile - guile he quickly, and violently, demonstrates on his therapist.

Appearing in "Desires"

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  • Anthony Lustiani

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Synopsis for "Desires"

Catwoman makes a successful delivery to Mafia fence Anthony Lustiani, inadvertently kicking off a joint effort from Batman's network and the GCPD that apprehends Lustiani in a matter of hours.

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