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"Alias the Bat-Hulk": When the Riddler, Joker and Penguin team up together to commit a series of crimes to grab Batman's attention, he falls into their trap which leads to Batman being



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Synopsis for "Alias the Bat-Hulk"

When the Riddler, Joker and Penguin team up together to commit a series of crimes to grab Batman's attention, he falls into their trap which leads to Batman being exposed to a chemical of the Joker's design that causes Batman to periodically change into a creature dubbed "Bat-Hulk", a giant muscle-bound creature who's touch can melt anything in it's grasp.

Changing back to human form, Batman seeks out the aid of Metamorpho to try and find a chemical combination to reverse the mutation, however Batman changes back into Bat-Hulk and goes on a rampage, before ultimately finding the Joker, Riddler, and Penguin and forcing them to work for him in his next criminal plot.

Metamorpho goes after the crooks and battles the Bat-Hulk, until the creature is struck by lightning causing the mutation to reverse and curing the Caped Crusader. The three criminals are then quickly rounded up and taken off to jail.



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  • This issue contains a "Willy and Dilly" humor strip by Henry Boltinoff.
  • Sapphire exclaims that she watches Batman on TV every week, this is reference to the Batman Television series which starred Adam West as Batman, which aired on television at the time of this stories original printing.
  • Bat-Hulk seems awfully similiar to a certain green-skinned monster from the dreaded competition, doesn't he?



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