Fandom

DC Database

in: Joe Orlando/Executive Editor, Jim Aparo/Cover Artist, Paul Kupperberg/Writer Cary Burkett/Writer, Jim Aparo/Penciler, Jim Aparo/Inker, Carl Gafford/Colourist, Jim Aparo/Letterer, Paul Levitz/Editor, Dan Spiegle/Penciler, Dan Spiegle/Inker, John Costanza/Letterer, Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)/Appearances, Lois Lane (Earth-One)/Appearances, Perry White (Earth-One)/Appearances, Roger Corben (Earth-One)/Appearances, Gotham City/Appearances, Gotham Harbor/Appearances, S.T.A.R. Labs/Appearances, Wayne Foundation/Appearances, Wayne Enterprises/Appearances, Metropolis/Appearances, Daily Planet/Appearances, Batrope/Appearances, Green Kryptonite/Appearances, Utility Belt/Appearances, Thomas Tresser (New Earth)/Appearances, Valerie Foxworth (Earth-One)/Appearances, Council II/Appearances, England/Appearances, London/Appearances, Scotland Yard/Appearances, Comics, 1981, 1981, June, 1981, April (Publication), Brave and the Bold Vol 1, Copper-Age, Synopsis Written

Brave and the Bold Vol 1 175

English

Brave and the Bold Vol 1 175

100,196pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share


"The Heart of the Monster": Certain night in Gotham City, Batman comes across Metallo, who has apparently created a new weapon with Green Kryptonite capable of weakening humans. Using this weapon, Metallo is able to escape.



Appearing in "The Heart of the Monster"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • SKULL (Mentioned only)
  • Gwen (Bruce Wayne's secretary)
  • Matt (Single appearance)

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

  • Metallo's Jet-Scooter

Synopsis for "The Heart of the Monster"

Certain night in Gotham City, Batman comes across Metallo, who has apparently created a new weapon with Green Kryptonite capable of weakening humans. Using this weapon, Metallo is able to escape.

The next day, Lois Lane goes to Wayne Enterprises, to ask Bruce Wayne to contact the Batman, as she is in need of protection while covering a story about stolen uranium from Metropolis, which has been tracked down to Gotham City. Later that night, Batman and Lois meet with Dr. John Carshaw, one of the scientist responsible for creating Metallo. Carshaw is supposed to have vital information, but it was all a set-up by Metallo to kidnap Carshaw by making him go out of hiding and talk to Lois Lane. Batman tries to stop Metallo, but he is also defeated and taken by the criminal.

Working by herself, Lois goes to S.T.A.R. Labs and gets a special radiation equipment that will help her locate Metallo and the stolen uranium. Meanwhile, Metallo has trapped Batman under the STAR Labs building and is using Dr. Carshaw to create a lead shield and stop the radiation pain. Batman breaks free and confronts Metallo, who uses the kryptonite ray to weaken the vigilante. Lois finds Batman just in time to distract Metallo and his energy source is depleted thanks to a tampering with his system by Dr. Carshaw.

With Metallo out of action, Batman captures Carshaw, who is still a wanted crook and Lois gets ready to deliver a good story to Perry White in order to meet the deadline.

Appearing in "Queen: En Peise!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Lord Wimsen (Single appearance)
  • The Bishop of Winchester (Single appearance)

Locations:

Items:

  • Toxin Bullets

Vehicles:

  • Nemesis' Car

Synopsis for "Queen: En Peise!"

Nemesis learns that Chesterton ultimately plans to kidnap the queen of England.

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.



See Also


Recommended Reading

  • None.


Links and References

  • No external links.