Appearing in "The Menace of False Face"
- Arthur Crandall (Single appearance)
- P.S. Smithington (Single appearance)
- Wally Weskit (Single appearance) (Behind the scenes)
- Wembley Hepplewhite (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Menace of False Face"
False Face is a master of disguise, and uses his skills to impersonate several wealthy citizens of Gotham City to rob them. Batman and Robin investigate the case and bait False Face into a trap, whereupon they quickly expose him.
Appearing in "Batman Meets Fatman"
- Red Mask Gang (Single appearance)
- Fatman (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Batman Meets Fatman"
Batman and Robin meet Fatman, a circus clown who dresses in a mock Batman costume. Impressed by Fatman's antics, they offer him a ride in the Batmobile. Fatman aids Batman and Robin in stopping a group of criminals known as the Red Mask Gang.
Appearing in "Batman - The Superman of Planet X"
- Robot Invaders (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Batman - The Superman of Planet X"
The Batman of the planet Zur-En-Arrh teleports the real Batman to Zur-En-Arrh, where Batman/Bruce Wayne has powers equivalent to Superman's. Batman/Bruce Wayne assists the alien Batman in fighting off a horde of robot invaders. After the robots are destroyed, the alien Batman gives Batman/Bruce Wayne his Bat-Radia device as a keepsake, and returns him to Earth.
- "The Menace of False Face" is reprinted in Batman #198.
- "Batman meets Fatman" is reprinted in Batman Family (Volume 1) #4.
- "Batman - The Superman of Planet X" is reprinted in Batman Annual #2.
- James Gordon appeared last in Detective Comics #251. He appears next in the first story in Batman #114.
- The Red Mask gang has no connection, and should not be confused, with the Red Hood Gang.
- Wally Weskit does not make an appearance in this issue, and is featured only as one of False Face's many disguises.
- First and only appearance of the citizens of Zur-En-Arrh.
- When Grant Morrison took over the Batman series in September 2006, he immediately began referencing classic moments from the character's career, including utilizing a version of Bat-Mite and reusing a costume and dialogue from issue #156. Among the references was "Zur En Arrh," which appeared very nearly covering an alley and again on a dumpster in issue #655. The phrase continued to appear innocuously until the "Batman R.I.P." story arc began, at which point it was mentioned as part of the "next issue" section.
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