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Detective Comics Vol 1 271

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"Batman's Armored Rival": A mysterious, metal-clad crime-fighter named the Crimson Knight appears in Gotham City as an apparent aide to Batman and Robin, but the Caped Crusaders suspect the new arrival



Appearing in "Batman's Armored Rival"

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A mysterious, metal-clad crime-fighter named the Crimson Knight appears in Gotham City as an apparent aide to Batman and Robin, but the Caped Crusaders suspect the new arrival may have illegal motives. Batman uses his "electric brain", which is an electronic automatic filing system, to get information about criminals with the Crimson Knight's abilities and he finds the secret identity of the crook. Afterwards, Batman and Robin confront the Crimsom Knight as he pretends to fight his own gang and they capture the criminal.

Appearing in "The Incredible Cave Creatures"

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  • Robbers disguised as subterranean creatures (Single appearance)

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Appearing in "The Lost Identity"

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  • Rocky Wheeler (Single appearance)
  • The Hanshaw Gang (Single appearance)

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After John Jones assumes his Martian identity to invisibly catch a gang of crooks, he discovers that he can no longer resume his human form. He deduces that the robot brain of Dr. Erdel’s which teleported him to Earth may be responsible, and discovers that the computer, which was taken to a museum, has been stolen and tampered with by the Hanshaw Gang. J’onzz’s presence is revealed to Hanshaw, and the Martian pretends to aid him in a robbery until he discovers just which computer controls Hanshaw has tampered with. Then he captures Hanshaw and his cohorts, restores himself to normalcy through the computer controls, and resets the machine to prevent it from having any effect on him. When another officer tells John Jones that the Hanshaw Gang claims a Martian captured them, Jones laughs it off.

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