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"The Living Bat-Plane!": Batman and Robin test the new remote controls on the Batplane and Batmobile with help from Dr. Philip Winters. However, Winter's laboratory is found by some criminals, who take the controls of the Bat-ve



Appearing in "The Living Bat-Plane!"

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  • Slant Stafford (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Living Bat-Plane!"

Batman and Robin test the new remote controls on the Batplane and Batmobile with help from Dr. Philip Winters. However, Winter's laboratory is found by some criminals, who take the controls of the Bat-vehicles and turn them against the Dynamic Duo. Batman finds a way to stop the Batmobile, but the crooks manage to take the Batplane away from the Batcave and they use it on their crimes.

Batman and Robin try their best to put an end to the reign of terror caused by their own plane, but they are always outsmarted by the crooks. During one last attempt, the Dynamic Duo are apparently killed by the Batplane, but when the vehicle returns to the crooks' lair, they realize that the figures that dropped to their deaths were dummies and the heroes are hidden inside the plane. The criminals are arrested and the Dynamic Duo remove the remote controls from their vehicles.

Appearing in "Batman's Publicity Agent!"

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  • Blinky Grosset (Single appearance)

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  • Mike Whalen (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Batman's Publicity Agent!"

Mike Whalen is a publicity agent who starts a city wide publicity stunt in honor of Batman. The Dark Knight finds the whole thing flattering, but the constant exposure of Batman themed stunts interfere with his crime-fighting career, preventing him from solving even some of the easiest cases. Batman then decides to lure the man behind the crimes that have been plaguing the city by challenging him to show himself, and the crook falls for Batman's trap. After the criminal is captured thanks to the publicity stunt, Whalen decides to put an end to his campaign, as Batman doesn't really need a publicity agent.

Appearing in "The Map of Mystery!"

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  • Rand Blanning (Single appearance)

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  • Guy Hawtree (Single appearance)
  • Herbert Merton (Single appearance)
  • Thorpe (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Map of Mystery!"

A Gotham City archaeologist has found a treasure on a hidden city in South America and he travels to the secret location. However, some members of the Explorers Club are concerned after the disappearance of a very important map and they alert Batman of the situation. Afer an extensive investigation, Batman and Robin deduce the location of the hidden city and they travel to Peru in order to stop the criminal who stole the map from getting the treasure. Upon arriving, Batman realizes that the archaeologist had been attacked by one of the members of the explorers club, who is responsible for stealing the map and is trying to steal the treasure as well. The crook's plan fails as Batman and Robin capture him and the treasure of the hidden city is safe once again.

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