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"Batman: "The Batman Machine"": While Batman and Robin are testing the new Batplane rockets they come across some crooks stealing from an explosive factory, and try to capture them without success. During the struggle, one of the cr


Quote1 There seems to be a rumor that the real Batman is dead and that you are only a robot! Quote2
-- Commissioner Gordon



Appearing in Batman: "The Batman Machine"

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  • Unnamed Explosives Robbers (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)
  • Barney (Single appearance)
  • "Blast" Varner (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman: "The Batman Machine"

While Batman and Robin are testing the new Batplane rockets they come across some crooks stealing from an explosive factory, and try to capture them without success. During the struggle, one of the criminals managed to tear a small part of the Batsuit, revealing a metallic part underneath. The crooks instantly assume that Batman is a machine, since a few nights ago, some crooks managed to kill Batman or so they believe. In the Bat-Cave soon after it is revealed that the metallic substance underneath Batman's suit was reinforced armor to protect his organs during the Batplane test.

When the rumor spreads about Batman being a robot, Batman decides to use the hoax to his advantage and he creates an animatronic man and dresses it in the Batsuit. Using a remote control, Robin is able to manipulate the robot's actions and they use the machine to lure some criminals into a trap. When the crooks think that they managed to get control of the Batman machine, they send it to commit crimes, but the machine refuses and instead, forces the crooks to surrender. Batman then steps out of the robotic shell and reveals that the machine was just a way to capture them.

Appearing in Captain Compass: "The Captain Who Went Berserk"

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  • Dan Penny (Single appearance)

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  • Mr. Simpson (Single appearance)
  • Peters (Single appearance)
  • Wilson (Single appearance)
  • Shanks (Single appearance)

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  • Steamer Vessel

Synopsis for Captain Compass: "The Captain Who Went Berserk"

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Appearing in Roy Raymond: "The Lamp That Could Change People!"

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  • "Big Boy" (Single appearance)
  • Mason (Single appearance)

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  • Mr. Chameleon (Single appearance)
  • Jonas Symes (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Roy Raymond: "The Lamp That Could Change People!"

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