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"Outlaw Town, U.S.A.!": A town named Silver Vein is currently run by criminals and serves as the perfect hideout from any law enforcers across the country. When some criminals from Gotham City decide to relocate to Silver Vein, they are immediately followed by [[Bruce Wayne (Earth-Two)|Batma


Quote1 There's our criminal, Batman! A giant gorilla-- probably the largest ever seen in this country! It's unbelievable! Quote2
-- Robin



Appearing in "Outlaw Town, U.S.A.!"

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  • Jenko Brothers (Single appearance)
  • Phil Jenko
  • Matt Jenko
  • Carl Jenko
  • Pete (Single appearance)
  • Kansas (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Blinkers (Single appearance)
  • Boyd (Single appearance)

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  • Silver Vein (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Outlaw Town, U.S.A.!"

A town named Silver Vein is currently run by criminals and serves as the perfect hideout from any law enforcers across the country. When some criminals from Gotham City decide to relocate to Silver Vein, they are immediately followed by Batman and Robin, who capture them and bring them back to Gotham. After their intervention, Silver Vein is reclaimed by the authorities and the rest of the criminals are captured.

Appearing in "Mr. Roulette's Greatest Gamble"

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  • "Soup" Dreas (Single appearance)

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  • Charley Denver (Only appearance; dies)
  • Ben (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Mr. Roulette's Greatest Gamble"

A mysterious man who calls himself Mr. Roulette contacts Vicki Vale and tells her to write a "scoop" about his life-threatening situations in which he gambles between two choices, one of which is deadly. Batman and Robin learn of these dangerous feats and they attempt to stop the mad man before his actions cause an unwanted accident. Roulette doesn't like Batman's meddling and he tries to eliminate the Dynamic Duo using his deadly traps, but in the final confrontation, he ends up a victim of his own game.

Appearing in "The Gorilla Boss of Gotham City!"

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  • Gopher (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Gorilla Boss of Gotham City!"

Boss Dyke is executed in the gas chambers for his crimes and his body is taken to a doctor who transplants the criminal's brain into that of a large gorilla. As a result, the gorilla gains consciousness and tells the doctor that after he and his gang have secured needed funds, he wants his brain then tranplanted into the Batman's body Batman's brain put into the gorilla.

As a gorilla, Dyke starts a series of crimes that would cause him to be chased by the authorities and his main goal is to make the Police unknowingly kill the Batman after the transplant had been performed. However, Batman is able to escape from the gorilla's grasp and the monster climbs to the top of a building before plunging to the ground, where he remains unconscious. Batman finally discovers the truth about the experiment and the crimes of Boss Dyke are finally revealed.

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