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"The Batman Expose!": Bruce Wayne becomes involved with a film studio that is producing a Batman movie. When he realizes that the film is the target of a large gang of criminals, Bruce infiltrates the film studio as the actor who would play Batman. While filming the m
Appearing in "The Batman Expose!"
- Sam Courtney (Single appearance)
- Spaghetti Thompson (Single appearance)
- W.W. Hammond (Single appearance)
- Gotham City Police Department
- Haskins (Single appearance)
- Gotham Inca Museum
Synopsis for "The Batman Expose!"
Bruce Wayne becomes involved with a film studio that is producing a Batman movie. When he realizes that the film is the target of a large gang of criminals, Bruce infiltrates the film studio as the actor who would play Batman. While filming the movie, Batman performs all sorts of ridiculous tasks that the director and writer believe to be Batman's modus operandi. After enduring almost the entire shooting of the film, Batman discovers that the person who is trying to sabotage the film's production is in fact the screenwriter, who wants the film to be cancelled so he could have the rights to sell the movie again to another studio. The small time crook is captured by Batman and Robin.
Appearing in "The Buttons of Doom!"
- The Blaze (Jim Garth) (Only appearance; dies)
- Gotham City Fire Department
- Gotham City Police Department
- Roger Lyons (Single appearance)
- Edgar Mead (Single appearance)
- Dr. Wilbert Frost (Single appearance)
- Harry Dore (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Buttons of Doom!"
A strange criminal dubbed the "Blaze" hits the streets of Gotham City and his methods are perplexing to all the authorities. The man wears a special insulated body-suit and attacks his victims to take away buttons from their clothes before he burns them to death using a flamethrower.
Batman and Robin get on the track of the criminal and prevent some deaths, but some other people are killed by the maniac. After a long investigation, Batman finds out that the Blaze is acting on a personal vendetta against a specific group of people who were part of a firefighter volunteer team. As part of said team, Batman is the last victim of the Blaze, but during their encounter, the criminal jumps into a cave full of dynamite with the flamethrower active, killing himself in a gigantic explosion.
Appearing in "The King of the Cats!"
- King of Cats (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The King of the Cats!"
A new criminal who calls himself the King of the Cats starts operating in Gotham City, using the same methods as the notorious ex-criminal, the Catwoman. Batman and Robin soon get on the trail of the King of the Cats and realize that he is trying to convince Selina Kyle into going back to her life of crime with him. When Batman and Robin try to stop him, Selina knocks them unconscious and allows the King of the Cats to go, hoping that he would make the right choice and turn himself to the police.
Selina then frees the Dynamic Duo, who get on the trail of the criminal at large and they confront the Cat criminal on the Gotham Zoo. During their confrontation, Batman and the King of the Cats fall down to the cages of different feline beasts. Catwoman arrives in time to save them both and after her heroic sacrifice, the King of Cats surrenders to Batman, allowing himself to be taken to the authorities. It is then that Batman learns that the King of Cats is Selina's brother.
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