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"Batman Versus the Vampire, Part 1": This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #31.



Appearing in "Batman Versus the Vampire, Part 1"

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  • Doctor Trent (Single appearance)

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  • Batgyro (First appearance)
  • The Lunar Lady (cruise ship)

Synopsis for "Batman Versus the Vampire, Part 1"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #31.

The Batman patrols New York City at night. He spots a beautiful woman about to kill a man, and saves the man's life. Batman realizes that this woman is Julie Madison, Bruce Wayne's fiancee. Batman takes Julie home, and tells her to explain everything to Bruce Wayne in the morning. Bruce takes her to a doctor, who explains that she was a victim of hypnosis. The doctor suggests an ocean voyage to somewhere like Paris and then later Hungary. Bruce worries that the doctor seemed like he was under hypnosis also. Despite this, he decides to let Julie go. Bruce plans to follow her as Batman in his flying Batgyro. He also takes his newest weapon, the batarang.

Batman drops out of his plane to visit Julie on the boat. They are interrupted by a hooded villain known as the Monk. The Monk tries to hypnotize Batman, and Batman throws a batarang at him. The batarang misses, but Batman jumps onto his rope ladder and escapes into the plane.

They land in Paris, and Batman scours the city for Julie. When he finds her lodgings, he is attacked by a giant gorilla. The gorilla chases him into a room with no floor where he falls into a giant net. The net pulls him up to a room where the Monk is sitting on a throne. The Monk pulls a lever, and Batman is lowered into a pit with snakes. He manages to throw his batarang at a lever and shatter some glass. This allows him to break out of the net and pursue the Monk. The Monk runs through a doorway, and drops another cage on Batman when he follows. Then the gorilla is dropped into the cage. Batman dashes up the rope that lowered the gorilla, and takes down the guard who lowered him. Then he escapes through a door which leads him to the outside. Batman climbs back into the hovering Batgyro. He spots a car speeding away, and leaps down on top of it. The car crashes into a tree, and Batman drags Julie from the wreckage. Julie is safe, but the Batman wants revenge. He travels to Hungary to pursue the Monk.

Appearing in "Batman Versus the Vampire, Part 2"

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  • Dala (First appearance; dies)

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  • Hungary
    • Lost Mountains of Cathala

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Synopsis for "Batman Versus the Vampire, Part 2"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #32.

The Batman pursues his enemy the Monk into Hungary. He hijacks a speeding carriage using choking gas and kidnaps the woman inside. Traveling in his Batgyro, he takes this woman back to his hotel. The woman introduces herself as Dala. Batman has her sleep in the same room as his other guest, Bruce Wayne's fiancee Julie Madison. In the middle of the night, Dala sleepwalks out of the room. Batman realizes that she has fresh blood on her lips. Dala snaps out of her trance and hits Batman with a statue, then escapes. Batman realizes that Dala is a vampire, and she bit Julie. Batman chases Dala and makes her talk about the Monk. Dala insists that she will only tell Batman about the Monk if he promises to kill him, as she hates the Monk too.

Batman and Dala leave to pursue the Monk. Batman tells Julie that she must stay, and resist any psychic urge to return to the Monk. As Batman approaches the villain's castle by air, the Batgyro is caught in a silver net, and dragged into the castle. The Monk hypnotically overpowers Batman, and forces him to march to his doom. Dala suggests that the Monk telepathically summon Julie, to make his revenge against Batman perfect. Some time later, Julie arrives, on foot, and the Monk threatens to turn her into a werewolf such as himself. Batman is lowered into a pit of wolves that the Monk summons from the forest. It is too deep for him to get out using his silk rope. The wolves attack and Batman is able to subdue them with choking gas. Finally he escapes by using his batarang to throw the rope onto a pillar. The castle is asleep, and Batman checks that Julie is okay. Using a candle, he melts a silver statue into two silver bullets. Batman loads the silver bullets into the gun he carries with him at all times. He finds Dala and the Monk sleeping in their coffins, and shoots them both to death. The spell on Julie is broken, and they are able to safely return to America.

Appearing in "Battle of the Tiny Titans"

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  • Alma Wilson
  • Simmons (a banker)

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Synopsis for "Battle of the Tiny Titans"

This story is reprinted from Showcase #34.

When one of Jean Loring's friends is accused of stealing money from the bank where she works as a teller, she explains that a little man appeared and stole the money. When Jean tells Ray that her friend is a trustworthy person, Ray decides to see what he can do with his shrinking powers.

Having created a costume and dubbing himself the Atom, Ray springs into action, however before he can investigate he finds the strange little man appearing in his apartment.

After a battle against the little man, he learns that he's an alien named Kulan Dar. Dar's is of a race of people who can teleport across the universe when they use the element Europium. However, arriving on Earth, he became prisoner of a crook who took control of his will bending device and has been using him to commit robberies on his behalf.

With the help of Kulan, the Atom tracks down the criminal down and after a battle against Dar who is back under the crooks control, the Atom manages to defeat him and turn him over to the authorities. Kulan Dar appears in court and clears Jean's friends name before returning to his home planet.

Appearing in "The Treasure of Ghanpat"

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Synopsis for "The Treasure of Ghanpat"

This story is reprinted from Blackhawk #10.

Appearing in "Invisible Ray"

  • Appearances not yet listed

Synopsis for "Invisible Ray"

This story is reprinted from Sensation Comics #6.

Appearing in "Guardians Against Crime"

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  • Elmo (First appearance)

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  • Miss Tiller
    • her gang

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Synopsis for "Guardians Against Crime"

This story is reprinted from Doll Man #31.

Appearing in "Introducing Stretch Skinner"

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Synopsis for "Introducing Stretch Skinner"

This story is reprinted from Sensation Comics #4.

Appearing in "The Batmobile of 1950"

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  • Smiley Dix (Single appearance)
  • Snake (Single appearance)
  • Zoot (Single appearance)

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  • Detective Cramer (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Batmobile of 1950"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #156.

While chasing some criminals on the Batmobile, Batman and Robin drive the vehicle to a bridge that has been rigged by the thugs to explode. As a result, the Batmobile is wrecked and Batman's leg is crushed.

For some time, Robin is the only active member of the Dynamic Duo, fighting crime without a vehicle. In the meantime, Bruce recovers from his injured leg while he works on the design and construction of the new Batmobile. When it is finished, the Dynamic Duo get back in action and this time they capture the criminals without delay, thanks to the various upgrades and functionalities of the new Batmobile.

Notes

  • This book was first published on December 26, 1972.
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