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"The Batman Creature": Eric Barroc, a renegade scientist, uses an evolutionary ray to make animals into quasi-humans who commit crimes for him using their feral natures. When Batman intervenes, he gets a blast of the ray and is transformed
Appearing in "The Batman Creature"
- Eric Barroc (Single appearance)
- Roscoe (Single appearance)
- Animal-Men (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Batman Creature"
Eric Barroc, a renegade scientist, uses an evolutionary ray to make animals into quasi-humans who commit crimes for him using their feral natures. When Batman intervenes, he gets a blast of the ray and is transformed into a rampaging creature. The Batman creature has to be tamed and guided by Robin, Bat-Hound and Batwoman. Together, they find the scientist lair and they take the criminal down. Using the machine, Batman is returned to his human form.
Appearing in "Robin's New Secret Identity"
- Phil (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Robin's New Secret Identity"
Discouraged because he cannot show off his spectacular athletic talents in his civilian identity, Dick Grayson tries his luck in a third identity, as a redheaded youth named Danny. When he takes a fall and strikes his head, he loses his memory of being Dick Grayson and Robin. Dick wanders the streets aimlessly until he comes across a fire in which Batman is saving people and he goes into action instinctively. At first, Batman doesn't recognize the boy, but later on the Batcave, he reflects upon the events and after Alfred informs him that Dick is missing, the Dark Knight goes looking for the boy on the streets. Batman finds Dick walking near a crime scene and he tells Robin to catch the crooks. The Boy Wonder's memories come back and he tackles the criminals before joining Batman once again.
- This book was first published on January 23, 1964.
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