"Batman: "Batman, Junior and Robin, Senior"": Wilton Winders, a criminal ex-scientist, attacks Dr. Richard Marsten, and steals his two newly invented gas compunds. The gases cause people to become older or younger depending on which gas is applied. When Batman and [[R
- Stay back, Batman! You're too young for a dangerous job like this!
- -- Robin
Appearing in Batman: "Batman, Junior and Robin, Senior"
- Wilton Winders (Single appearance)
- Beetles (Single appearance)
- Gotham City Police Department
- Dr. Richard Marsten (Single appearance)
- Unnamed Petty Criminal (Single appearance)
- John Conklin (Single appearance)
- Victor Verne (Single appearance)
- Cylinders of Youth Gas
- Movie Set Props
Synopsis for Batman: "Batman, Junior and Robin, Senior"
Wilton Winders, a criminal ex-scientist, attacks Dr. Richard Marsten, and steals his two newly invented gas compunds. The gases cause people to become older or younger depending on which gas is applied. When Batman and Robin try to capture Winders, they are exposed to the gases. Robin becomes an adult, and Batman becomes a child with no memory of the last 10 years.
Hindered by their new age changes, the Dynamic Duo tracks Winders as he sells the gas to wealthy older men to restore their youth. When Robin and Batman catch up to Winders, the crook tries using the gas on himself as a disguise. The Caped Crusaders are not fooled and are able to catch him. Then using the remaining gas, restore everyone to their rightful ages.
Appearing in Captain Compass: "The Floating Prison"
- Bartley Minton
- Jordan Price
- Walter Wilson
- Judge John Barrow
- On the Open Ocean
- Sledge Hammers
- An Axehead
- Delivery Helicopter
- Prison Ship
Synopsis for Captain Compass: "The Floating Prison"
Captain Mark Compass is kidnapped and thrown into a prison cell aboard another ship. He soon discovers three other men share the cell and that their captor is an international jewel thief named Bartley Minton who has a vendetta against each of them for their part in putting him into prison for five years. Minton purchased a ship in order to convert it into a prison ship where he could sentence each of them to five years at hard labor aboard the ship. After suffering through harsh treatment by the guards and Minton, Capt. Compass arranges an escape in which they manage to overthrow the guards and then take Minton prisoner.
Appearing in Roy Raymond: "The Genius in a High-Chair"
- George Blair
- Mr. Wood (George's Guardian)
- John Blair (George's Father)
- Miss Hansen (George's Nanny) (Flashback only)
- Impossible... But True! TV Studio
- Bogus Typewriter
- Building Blocks
Synopsis for Roy Raymond: "The Genius in a High-Chair"
A group of scientists create a scam to make it seem like George Blair, an infant son of famous scientist, is a super genius and that he should be showcased on Roy Raymond's TV show Impossible... But True!. When George's father, John, does show up to see his son, the group of scientists reveal that the cyclotron he was trying to create was a success and not a failure, which he had previously believed it to be, causing him to go into hiding.
- "Batman, Junior and Robin, Senior" is reprinted in Batman #182
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