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"Batman: "Batman's Interplanetary Rival"": An alien lawman, Tal-Dar, comes to Gotham City and uses his super-scientific devices to aid Batman and Robin in catching crooks. The alien proves to have “feet of cl



Appearing in Batman: "Batman's Interplanetary Rival"

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  • Joe Hackett (Single appearance)
  • Zan-Rak (Single appearance)

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  • Alcorians (Tal-Dar's people)
  • space spiders
  • Krajan cave-eel

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  • Force Gun
  • Translation Disk
  • Batarang
  • The Star-Stone

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Synopsis for Batman: "Batman's Interplanetary Rival"

An alien lawman, Tal-Dar, comes to Gotham City and uses his super-scientific devices to aid Batman and Robin in catching crooks. The alien proves to have “feet of clay”, but takes all the credit for the captures. Later on, the alien, Tal-Dar, reveals the truth about his inefficiency as a lawman on his home planet and Batman decides to help him improve by allowing the alien to take control of an operation to capture a wanted criminal Zan-Rak on his home planet, Alcor. In the endeavor Batman contracts Radji Disease on Alcor, so Tal-Dar and Robin must retrieve Alcor's Star-Stone stolen by Zan-Rak to heal Batman. Tal-Dar defeats Zan-Rak, and discovers Batman's illness was a charade to encourage Tal-Dar to take charge and be brave. Tal-Dar's self-confidence increases in the end, and he gives thanks to Batman and Robin's help to make him a better crime fighter.

Appearing in Roy Raymond: "The Mirages That Went Mad"

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  • Jonathan (Single appearance)

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  • Wembly (Single appearance)

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  • Tele-Brain Machine

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Synopsis for Roy Raymond: "The Mirages That Went Mad"

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Appearing in Martian Manhunter: "The Girl with the Martian Powers"

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  • Cleat Groves (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Martian Manhunter: "The Girl with the Martian Powers"

After Diane Meade collars gangster Cleat Groves, her life is endangered by members of Groves's gang seeking revenge. But J'onn J'onzz secretly saves her, while making it appear as though Diane has gained Martian powers from a fake “meteorite” from Mars which has fallen nearby. J'onzz confesses the hoax to Captain Harding saying the ruse is intended to make Groves's gang think she is super-powered and thus quit attacking her. But the plan backfires when Harding and J'onzz learn that Diane has gone after Groves's gang herself, intending to capture them with her “Martian powers”. J'onzz uses his own powers to make it seem as though she is fighting the thugs with superhuman abilities, then, after the gang is captured, convinces Diane that her “powers” have worn off.

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