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"Batman: "The Invisible Crimes"": The Joker kidnaps Dr. Walter Timmins, the inventor of an invisibility serum and he uses the chemical to commit crimes. Joker becomes invisible, allowing him to outsmart the Dynamic Duo, but when Batman uses some


Quote1 He got away! An invisibile criminal at large in Gotham City! Quote2
-- Batman



Appearing in Batman: "The Invisible Crimes"

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  • Walter Timmins (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman: "The Invisible Crimes"

The Joker kidnaps Dr. Walter Timmins, the inventor of an invisibility serum and he uses the chemical to commit crimes. Joker becomes invisible, allowing him to outsmart the Dynamic Duo, but when Batman uses some of the serum himself, he is able to capture the Joker thanks to the criminal's inability to stop boasting, giving away his location to Batman.

Appearing in Robotman: "The Inside Story of Robotman"

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  • Dirk McGurk (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Unnamed Scientist (Single appearance)

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  • None

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  • None

Synopsis for Robotman: "The Inside Story of Robotman"

In the middle of stopping a crime at a construction site, Robotman is broken apart. When trying to put him back together again, blueprints are discovered to repair our destroyed hero. A flashback to the origins of Robotman is presented, alongside the criminal mishap that led up to Robotman's spare blueprints being in his leg. Once he's put back together, Robotman goes after the criminal gang that dismatled him, and brings them to justice.

Appearing in Slam Bradley: "Shorty Meets the Champ"

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  • "Three Rounds" Bysepps (Single appearance)

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  • Unknown

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  • None

Synopsis for Slam Bradley: "Shorty Meets the Champ"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Boy Commandos: "The Mystery of the Mary Celeste II"

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  • Unnamed Criminals (Single appearance)

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  • Unknown

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  • None

Vehicles:

  • The Mary Celeste II (a boat)

Synopsis for Boy Commandos: "The Mystery of the Mary Celeste II"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



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