"Cast the First Stone": While investigating the identity of the kingpin of a drug-smuggling ring, Batman finds out that the man is in fact a notorious TV news anchor. When Batman catches the man red-handed, he tries to apprehend the criminal, but he is stopped by [[Ja
Appearing in "Cast the First Stone"
- Gotham Organized Crime
- Montgomery Walcott (Single appearance)
- Digger Fallon (Single appearance)
- Albert Taylor (Single appearance)
- Big Simon (Single appearance)
- Alfred Pennyworth (Flashback only)
- Aquaman (Flashback only)
- Mera (Flashback only)
- ""Boats" Dugan (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Cast the First Stone"
While investigating the identity of the kingpin of a drug-smuggling ring, Batman finds out that the man is in fact a notorious TV news anchor. When Batman catches the man red-handed, he tries to apprehend the criminal, but he is stopped by The Creeper. After the criminal had escaped, Creeper explains that he believed Batman to be a criminal that was attacking Walcott, his coworker at the TV station.
In order to fix his mistake, Creeper assists Batman on his quest to capture the criminal and after they learned about the upcoming activities of the crime lord, they go to the place in order to capture him. Unaware that they have been set-up, the heroes still manage to capture the Walcott the kingpin and they finally arrest him.
However, Walcott manages to escape using a special equipment that causes people to turn dizzy and lose balance. Batman deduces the source of the "vertigo effect", but without any clue as to Walcott's whereabouts, Creeper gives the most possible place where they could find the kingpin. True to his hint, they find the criminal about to leave town, but the heroes prevent his escape and the kingping's reign of crime finally comes to an end.
Appearing in "The Cat and the Canary Contract!"
- Human Target (Flashback and main story)
- The Cat (Single appearance)
- Dancer (Flashback only)
- Philip Chance (Dies in flashback)
Synopsis for "The Cat and the Canary Contract!"
Christopher Chance has to take on the identity of Amos Sharkey, a former loan-shark-gone-straight, who is also the very man that ordered the hit on his father years ago.
- This book was first published on June 22, 1978.
- The first story is told in 3 parts:
- Part One - Enter... The Creeper!
- Part 2 - To Cage the Kingpin!
- Part 3 - The Vertigo Effect!
- On the newspaper featured in the story, there is a section that reads "Jenette Kahn, Publisher of DC Comics Proudly Announces". This is a small inside joke as Jenette Kahn would usually post long publisher notes on the comics during her early years as publisher. The pages came to known by the DC staff and fans as Jenette's "Publishorials".
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