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"The Blackbird of Banditry!": When the Joker and Catwoman begin to dominate the headlines, the Penguin committs another series of spectacular crimes to overshadow them. However, even though his crimes are inspired


Quote1 Must I be subjected to your corny witticism even when I'm drowning? Quote2
-- Penguin



Appearing in "The Blackbird of Banditry!"

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Synopsis for "The Blackbird of Banditry!"

When the Joker and Catwoman begin to dominate the headlines, the Penguin committs another series of spectacular crimes to overshadow them. However, even though his crimes are inspired by rare birds, the clues lead Batman and Robin to capturing the Penguin once more.

Appearing in "Next Stop--Danger!"

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  • George Martin (Single appearance)
  • Blinkers (Single appearance)
  • Arthur Wilde (Single appearance)
  • Glenda Webster (Single appearance)
  • Jackie Young (Single appearance)

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  • Jim Brady (Single appearance)
  • Al Rorick (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for "Next Stop--Danger!"

Batman and Robin capture a couple of criminals who have hijacked a train from Gotham's Subway and five innocent lifes are permanently changed for good after they are saved by the Dynamic Duo.

Appearing in "The Four Horsemen of Crime!"

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  • Martin Bain (Gang leader)
  • Jesse James (Criminal in disguise)
  • Captain Kidel (Criminal in disguise)
  • John Dillinger (Criminal in disguise)
  • Genghis Khan (Criminal in disguise)

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Synopsis for "The Four Horsemen of Crime!"

A large gang of thieves break into Professor Nichols' house and steal Nichols' time machine to bring four bandits from the past. The historic criminals terrorize Gotham until they are stopped by Batman and Robin. After the crooks are captured, it is revealed that they are not in fact the bandits from the past, but commong thugs who pretend to be the criminals of old. They were forced to impersonate the past thugs because they couldn't make the time machine work.

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