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"Deathtrap a-Go-Go!": While hanging in the clutches of an enemy's latest deathtrap, Batman and Robin discuss the very nature of the supervillain deathtrap, its appeals, and its pitfalls.


Quote1 You think this is a tight spot? Not even close. Quote2
-- Batman



Appearing in "Deathtrap a-Go-Go!"

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Synopsis for "Deathtrap a-Go-Go!"

While hanging in the clutches of an enemy's latest deathtrap, Batman and Robin discuss the very nature of the supervillain deathtrap, its appeals, and its pitfalls. As the discussion ends, Batman manages to undo their bonds, and the Dynamic Duo leap free, ready to confront their shadowy foes.

Appearing in "The Couch"

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Synopsis for "The Couch"

As part of Wayne Enterprises' yearly employee evaluation, Bruce Wayne meets with a psychiatrist for a round of word-association. Each word the psychiatrist uses brings a Batman-related image to mind, but Bruce quickly lies and gives the response that a carefree billionaire "should" provide:

  • "Green" causes him to think of Poison Ivy, but he replies "money"
  • "Trust" causes him to think of Superman, but he replies "fund"
  • "Good" causes him to think of the Gotham City Police Department, but he replies "charity"
  • Etc.

However, when the psychiatrist states "happiness", Bruce thinks of his parents and ends the session. Only when he begins Batman's nightly patrol does he answer aloud: "Gotham."

Notes

  • This book was first published on December 19, 2003.
  • No special notes.

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When the psychiatrist asks Bruce what he associates with "Play", he answers "Vicky", "Silver" and "Julie" - three of Bruce's love interests over the years.



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