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"The Pathway of Doom...": Batman is summoned by Sapphire Stagg to one of Gotham's worst neighborhoods, in order to hire his help to find Metamorpho, who has vanished after an argument between them. Batman only a



Appearing in "The Pathway of Doom..."

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Achilles (Single appearance)
  • Ben-al-Kaman (gold smuggler) (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Simon Stagg (Mentioned only)
  • Harry Cathcart (Single appearance)
  • Ed (film archivist) (Single appearance)
  • Gamal (antiques dealer) (Single appearance)

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Items:

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Synopsis for "The Pathway of Doom..."

Batman is summoned by Sapphire Stagg to one of Gotham's worst neighborhoods, in order to hire his help to find Metamorpho, who has vanished after an argument between them. Batman only agrees to find Metamorpho after Sapphire has offered him a million dollars for his favourite charity.

As Batman starts his manhunt, he notices that he is being followed by a clumsy private eye called Harry Cathcart. Despite warning the man to stay away, Batman is followed by him even when he goes outside of the country following the clues of Metamorpho's whereabouts.

Batman is also being followed by the international assassin Achilles, who wants to prevent Batman from finding Metamorpho. Eventually, the Dark Knight finds the Elemantal Man in the secret mountain city of Kaldoz. Mason explains that he left the Staggs as he grew tired of them, but Batman soon learns that Metamorpho has been used by the criminals of Kaldoz for their own profit. As Metamorpho confronts the criminals who used him, Batman finally captures Achilles and afterwards, they are ready to return home.



Notes

  • This book was first published on June 21, 1979.
  • The story is told in two parts:
  • "The Pathway of Doom..."
  • Part 2 - Dead End Mountain!

Trivia

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