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"World's Finest Christmas": Toyman creates a giant action figure to get revenge on a fellow toymaker, Sam Lattem. Superman and Batman team up to stop Toyman and save Lattem and his family, but Lattem's house is des


Quote1 Christmas is a time when you get together with friends and exchange gifts. Mike is Jewish. I don't even want to guess what Jason Blood is! I can celebrate friendship in any culture! Quote2
-- Wonder Woman



Appearing in "World's Finest Christmas"

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Synopsis for "World's Finest Christmas"

Toyman creates a giant action figure to get revenge on a fellow toymaker, Sam Lattem. Superman and Batman team up to stop Toyman and save Lattem and his family, but Lattem's house is destroyed in the attack. So Superman builds them a new house, and Bruce Wayne offers Lattem a job.

Appearing in "The Joker's Twelve Days of Christmas"

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Synopsis for "The Joker's Twelve Days of Christmas"

Joker reveals his Christmas wish list of murder and mayhem.

Appearing in "Heathen Ways"

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Wonder Woman wants to celebrate Christmas with her friends, but Artemis accuses her of betraying her heritage. Wonder Woman teaches her how anyone can celebrate the friendship of Christmas regardless of their beliefs. The two Amazons duke it out, reminding Artemis of the Solstice Day contest on Themyscira, and she thanks Diana for the gift.

Appearing in "Alone for the Holidays"

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Feeling a bit bummed to be all alone on Christmas Eve, Robin tries to find some crime to fight, but only sees people enjoying the holiday. He then receives an urgent message from Oracle, but when he rushes over to the Gotham Clock Tower, he finds a Christmas party waiting for him.

Appearing in "Home for the Holidays"

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Synopsis for "Home for the Holidays"

Shrapnel escapes from Slabside Penitentiary so he can see his twin daughters on Christmas Eve. After speaking with his ex-wife for a bit and watching his girls sleep, he surrenders himself to the police and returns to jail.

Appearing in "An Eye for Detail"

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Synopsis for "An Eye for Detail"

Bat Lash is riding and singing through a wintry forest. He smells cooking chicken from a nearby cottage and enters only to discover the owner tied to a chair, three gunmen hovering over him demanding he sign over his land to them and a beautiful lady with tears in her eyes standing in the back. The gunmen give Bat a chance to leave, which he initially takes, but he returns stating that he "noticed something that made me turn back." He takes down the three men, unties the father and points out what it was he noticed — mistletoe. He steals a kiss from the daughter and stays for dinner.

Appearing in "No, Bart, There Is No Santa Claus"

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Synopsis for "No, Bart, There Is No Santa Claus"

Max Mercury thinks Bart Allen is too old to still believe in Santa Claus. So he takes the teen speedster to the North Pole to prove that Santa Claus doesn't exist. But Impulse instead thinks Santa's been kidnapped, so he gives away all his presents under the tree so other people can have something to open on Christmas.

When he runs out of presents, Impulse visits his favorite video game company, and finds they have thousands of free promos of the game to be shipped out. With the permission of the company's CEO, Impulse distributes these promos across the world. When Bart gets back home, both he and Max are surprised to see new presents under the tree from Santa Claus.

Appearing in "DCU Holiday Pin-up"

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Synopsis for "DCU Holiday Pin-up"

Alfred E. Neuman leads a group of superheroes in some caroling, but nobody likes their singing.

Notes

  • "World's Finest Christmas" is dedicated to M. Eury.
  • "Alone for the Holidays", "An Eye for Detail" and "No, Bart, There Is No Santa Claus" were reprinted in A DC Universe Christmas.

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