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"Danger Strikes Four": Dick Grayson reads Alfred’s latest Batman II and Robin II story, in which the future Dynamic Duo battle a renegade scientist and his robot. The story gives the heroes an idea of how to deal with a real-life
Appearing in "Danger Strikes Four"
- Al Finney (Single appearance)
- Katherine Kane (fictional character)
- Bruce Wayne, Jr. aka Robin II (fictional character)
- Hal Durgin (fictional character)
- Stogie Rand (fictional character)
- Magog (fictional character)
Synopsis for "Danger Strikes Four"
Dick Grayson reads Alfred’s latest Batman II and Robin II story, in which the future Dynamic Duo battle a renegade scientist and his robot. The story gives the heroes an idea of how to deal with a real-life threat to Gotham City. After they save the day, Batman and Robin return home and they provide the best ending to Alfred's story, based on their own experience.
Appearing in "The Amazing Odyssey of Batman and Robin"
- The Great Kardo (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Amazing Odyssey of Batman and Robin"
Batman and Robin are swept away in the Bat-Boat by an underwater volcano eruption and are captured on an island controlled by a criminal magician. Batman and Robin have to overcome several obstacles, until they are attacked by a giant squid, apparently killing them at sea. When the news about their disappearance becomes known to the public, the criminal magician decides to capitalize on the heroes' absence, but he soon realizes that he has been tricked into going into action while the Dynamic Duo were waiting to capture him. It is later revealed that the heroes faked their deaths in order to capture the crook.
Appearing in "The Strange Experiment of Doctor Dorn"
- Dr. Dorn (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Strange Experiment of Doctor Dorn"
Batman and Robin battle a huge, green humanoid monster who claims to be the creation of a Dr. Dorn, but who is in reality a transformed Dr. Dorn himself. Without the intention of harming the scientist, Batman creates an antidote for Dorn's terrible transformation. After the creature has created great destruction in Gotham, Batman uses the antidote and Dorn returns to his normal state, never knowing that he was the creature all along.
- This book was first published on January 17, 1963.
- The villain on Alfred's story appeared earlier in Detective Comics #284.
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