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"Batman: "The Trapper of Gotham City"": The Trapper is a new criminal, who is obsessed with creating all sorts of traps. At first, he used them to capture wild animals, but now he decides to use his special traps on crimes. The Trapper eventually manages to capture [[B



Appearing in Batman: "The Trapper of Gotham City"

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The Trapper is a new criminal, who is obsessed with creating all sorts of traps. At first, he used them to capture wild animals, but now he decides to use his special traps on crimes. The Trapper eventually manages to capture Batman, but the Caped Crusader breaks free and with Robin's help, they prepare the biggest trap to capture the wanted felon.

Appearing in Sierra Smith: "The Case of the Slumbering Sleuth"

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Appearing in Mysto: "Wings of Danger"

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Appearing in Roy Raymond: "The Nightmare World"

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  • Karen Duncan

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Look at how sad this is making Batman. You did this.

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