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Detective Comics Vol 1 115

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"Batman: "The Man Who Lived in a Glass House"": Batman and Robin meet Ray Arliss, the designer of a glass house. Crooks attempt to shatter the house, but Batman stops them. Arliss explains that his former partner turned rival Basil Grim


Quote1 People who throw bombs at glass houses shouldn't get away with it! Quote2
-- Batman



Appearing in Batman: "The Man Who Lived in a Glass House"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Ray Arliss (Single appearance)

Villains:

  • Basil Grimes (Single appearance)
  • Tiny (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Batman Badge

Synopsis for Batman: "The Man Who Lived in a Glass House"

Batman and Robin meet Ray Arliss, the designer of a glass house. Crooks attempt to shatter the house, but Batman stops them. Arliss explains that his former partner turned rival Basil Grimes is out to prove his steel house is superior. Grimes continues to attack, but Batman and Robin stop his attempt to destroy the house. Finally, lightning strikes both houses, ruining the steel one. Grimes is defeated, and the glass design is proved superior.

Appearing in Air Wave: "Dead Men Can Tell Tales"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Static the Parrot

Villains:

  • Swami Abdul/Oily (Single appearance)
  • Swami's Aides

Other Characters:

  • Mrs. Van Pelt

Locations:

Items:

  • Crystal Ball
  • Smoke Pellet

Vehicles:

  • Unknown

Synopsis for Air Wave: "Dead Men Can Tell Tales"

Air Wave discovers that the mother of a friend of his is getting scammed by a crooked medium calling himself Swami Abdul, who uses gimmicks to make her think he can contact the spirit of her dead son. Air Wave discovers that the Swami is actually a murderer named Oily who is wanted for the murder of a couple of other rival gangsters. Air Wave turns the tables on Oily and makes him think he is haunted by the spirits of the murdered criminals which leads him to run in panic and eventually get himself captured.

Appearing in Slam Bradley: "Molar Mobsters"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Chick

Other Characters:

  • Payroll Delivery Man
  • Dr. Damon
  • Dr. Damon's Nurse

Locations:

Items:

  • Laughing Gas

Vehicles:

  • Unknown

Synopsis for Slam Bradley: "Molar Mobsters"

Slam and Shorty break up a gang who uses stolen laughing gas from a dentist's office in order to rob from victims.

Appearing in "Three-Ring Binks"

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  • Three-Ring Binks

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Synopsis for "Three-Ring Binks"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Boy Commandos: "Brooklyn Wants a Kingdom"

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  • Unknown

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  • Unknown

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  • Unknown

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  • Unknown

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Synopsis for Boy Commandos: "Brooklyn Wants a Kingdom"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



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