- You can't win the world through fear and repression. I'll oppose you.
- -- Batman
Appearing in "Berlin Batman"
Synopsis for "Berlin Batman"
Appearing in "The Bride of Leatherwing"
Synopsis for "The Bride of Leatherwing"
Admiral Cobblepot, a British admiral who betrayed England by selling his services to the king of Spain, ambushes the Catspaw, Capitana Felina's ship, taking her and Robin Redblade prisoners. Robin sends a carrier bird with the message for Leatherwing, who then attacks Cobblepot's ship with the Flying Fox. The defeated admiral was dropped in a longboat which ended at the South Pole. Admiral Cobblepot was never seen again.
Appearing in "Curse of the Cat-Woman"
- Gypsy Woman
- Desmond Kincaid
- Red McAfee
- Reginald Archer
- Terry Kincaid
Synopsis for "Curse of the Cat-Woman"
A mysterious cat monster has been terrorizing Gotham City, and Bruce Wayne, P.I. tries to crack this case. He discovers that the monster is a were-cat, and in order to free her, he takes the curse away and becomes a were-bat.
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- Baruch Wane's childhood stuffed animal is a Batmouse.
- "The Bride of Leatherwing" is a direct sequel to the Detective Comics Annual Vol 1 7 story of "Leatherwing".
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