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"Fan-Mail of Danger!": Overwhelmed by fan mail, Batman is forced to hire a secretary to handle all of it. The lady, however has a crush on Batman and in order to make her temporal job as Batman's secretary permanent, she unwittingly, causes the volume of mail to incre
Appearing in "Fan-Mail of Danger!"
- Susie Smith (Single appearance)
- Vincent Crail (Single appearance)
- Mrs. Norton (Single appearance)
- Ned Norton (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Fan-Mail of Danger!"
Overwhelmed by fan mail, Batman is forced to hire a secretary to handle all of it. The lady, however has a crush on Batman and in order to make her temporal job as Batman's secretary permanent, she unwittingly, causes the volume of mail to increase, thus hampering the Caped Crusader's war on crime. Among the fan mail is an apparently innocent autograph request, but when Batman complies, the autograph is delivered to a forger, who is planning to uncover Batman's true identity using his signature. As Batman has done in the past, he manages to avoid detection as he always signs with different hands as Bruce Wayne and Batman, puzzling the forger before his capture.
Batman, Robin and his secretary finish answering the waves of fan mail and the Dynamic Duo send a message to the world to stop sending them fan mail.
Appearing in "Batman's Guilty Neighbor!"
- Cal Tremont (Single appearance)
- Anne Tremont (Single appearance)
- Tremont's Gardener (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Batman's Guilty Neighbor!"
Bruce's new neighbor, Cal Tremont, is suspected in a series of crimes and the Dynamic Duo decide to investigate. The initial clues lead them to believe that Cal is in fact the wanted criminal and the heroes try to prove it by all means. However, on their efforts, they miss the real criminal as he steals from Wayne Manor. When Batman and Robin learn the awful truth, they start tracking the criminal, who is in fact Tremont's gardener. After the Dynamic Duo capture the thug, they apologize with Tremont and offer their assistance in the future.
Appearing in "Ace, the Bat-Hound!"
- Bert Bowers (Single appearance)
- Orvie (Single appearance)
- John Wilker (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Ace, the Bat-Hound!"
Batman and Robin rescue an injured dog from a nearby stream. While they are trying to find his owner, they are chagrined to find that the dog runs after the Batmobile. They are forced to take him along, with a black mask to cover a distinctive mark on his forehead. After the dog helps them take down escaped con Bert Bowers, who calls him “Bat-Hound”, the Dynamic Duo accept that as a working name for their new pet. Bat-Hound helps Batman and Robin track down his owner, John Wilker, an engraver held captive by counterfeiters. They learn that Bat-Hound’s real name is Ace and after the case is closed, they take him back to his rightful owner.
- Because Bat-Hound is generally considered an Earth-One character, and the switch from Earth-Two Batman to Earth-One Batman is only a few months away, then "Ace, the Bat-Hound!" is generally considered to be an early Earth-One story.
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