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"The Signalman of Crime": Phillip Cobb is a low-profile crook who dresses up as Signalman in order to gain a reputation and starts committing clue-related crimes in Gotham City. Signalman delivers intricate clues to the Police and [[Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)|Batman



Appearing in "The Signalman of Crime"

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Synopsis for "The Signalman of Crime"

Phillip Cobb is a low-profile crook who dresses up as Signalman in order to gain a reputation and starts committing clue-related crimes in Gotham City. Signalman delivers intricate clues to the Police and Batman, as a way to taunt the authorities. However, Batman is able to solve most of the clues and he confronts Signalman, stopping his crimes and ultimately capturing him.

Appearing in "Batman's Roman Holiday"

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  • Thersus (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Batman's Roman Holiday"

Batman and Robin travel backwards in time to ancient Rome to rescue Professor Nichols, who was trapped in that time. Upon arriving in ancient Rome, the people recognize Batman as the great Batmanus of legend as a consequence of Batman's previous arrival in Rome. Batman and Robin learn that Nichols had been captured by an evil King and they have to rescue their friend. Using modern science and technology unknown in that era, the Dynamic Duo build a hot air baloon in order to escape. Upon returning to the present, Nichols decides that if he ever needs to learn something from the past, he would just send Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson.

Appearing in "Am I Really Batman?"

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Synopsis for "Am I Really Batman?"

After capturing Professor Milo, Batman is exposed to a gas that robs him of his will to live. He wakes up inside of a mental hospital, but quickly escapes and returns to Wayne Manor. Robin and Alfred help to perpetuate the belief that Bruce Wayne is not actually Batman, creating a mystery that will spur his will to live until the gas wears off.

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  • This issue includes a one-page "Casey the Cop" and "Warden Willis" humor strip by Henry Boltinoff.
  • This issue includes a one-page text article entitled "Trouble on the London Express".
  • "Batman's Roman Holiday" is a reference to the famous 1953 romantic comedy, Roman Holiday starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn.



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