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"Batman: "The Mysterious Mirror Man!"": Batman agrees to write an article to a local newspaper about his career, in exchange for a $25,000 donation by a reporter for the cause of juvenile delinquency. Meanwhile, in the Gotham State Penitentiary, [[Floyd Ventris (N


Quote1 I broke a mirror-- and it brought me good luck! It's like an omen! I'll do a lot of research on mirrors-- because from now on I'm going to use them for crime! Quote2
-- Mirror Man



Appearing in Batman: "The Mysterious Mirror Man!"

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  • Mr. Weldon (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman: "The Mysterious Mirror Man!"

Batman agrees to write an article to a local newspaper about his career, in exchange for a $25,000 donation by a reporter for the cause of juvenile delinquency. Meanwhile, in the Gotham State Penitentiary, Floyd Ventris, a convict who is just brought in, manages to escape by night, using shards of a broken mirror to distract the guards. For this reason, Ventris decides to use mirrors for a life of crime under the identity of the Mirror-Man.

After creating a special machine capable of seeing through objects, the Mirror Man's main goal is to get Batman in position so that he can use his special machine and uncover Batman's secret identity. During one of his crimes, Mirror Man manages to see underneath Batman's cowl and learns that he is Bruce Wayne. Knowing that his identity could be exposed, Batman decides to write the article on the Gotham Gazette about the several times his identity has falsely been exposed as Bruce Wayne. For this reason, the Mirror Man's discovery is pointless, since nobody believes him. On a last effort to show the world that Batman is Bruce Wayne, Mirror Man tries to get a similar image of Batman, but he fails and he is finally captured and sent back to prison. Batman then reveals that the Mirror Man's machine didn't work because he was using a special cowl made of mirrors, which distorted the image, preventing Mirror Man from getting another chance to expose Batman's identity.

Appearing in Captain Compass: "The World Without Ships!"

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  • Doc Tyde (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Captain Compass: "The World Without Ships!"

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Appearing in Roy Raymond: "The Return of Ben Franklin!"

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  • Karen Duncan

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  • Ben Jones (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Mr. Jenkins (Single appearance)
  • Roger Dunning (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Roy Raymond: "The Return of Ben Franklin!"

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