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"Batman: "The Phantom of Gotham City"": Batman and Robin face a Phantom who can walk through walls and direct strange and terrible energies at them, but who may not be a villain. When the Phantom deliberately saves Robin's life, Batman



Appearing in Batman: "The Phantom of Gotham City"

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  • Pol (aka The Phantom) (Single appearance)

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  • Doctor Carter Wede (Single appearance)

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  • Dimensional Transciever

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Synopsis for Batman: "The Phantom of Gotham City"

Batman and Robin face a Phantom who can walk through walls and direct strange and terrible energies at them, but who may not be a villain. When the Phantom deliberately saves Robin's life, Batman prepares a trap to learn the secret identity of the Phantom and finally realizes that The Phantom is an alien. Shortly afterwards, Batman and Robin learn that the alien was brought to Earth by a disgraced scientist using one of his inventions, and he was forcing the creature to steal objects for his experiments. Batman and Robin confront the scientist, but they are overpowered by his henchmen, who try to eliminate the heroes until they are stopped by the remorseful alien. Working together, the Dynamic Duo and the alien manage to capture the criminals and later, Batman helps the creature return to his home world.

Appearing in Roy Raymond: "Captives on the Moon"

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  • Gangsters disguised as martians (Single appearance)

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  • Major Rohrbach (Single appearance)

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  • Remote Air Force Base

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  • None

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  • Helicopter

Synopsis for Roy Raymond: "Captives on the Moon"

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Appearing in Martian Manhunter: "The Amazing One-Man Crew"

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  • Jim Wilkes (Single appearance)
  • submarine crew (Single appearance)

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  • unnamed ship captain (Single appearance)
  • Ships Crewmen (Single appearance)

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  • None

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  • Cargo Ship
  • Submarine

Synopsis for Martian Manhunter: "The Amazing One-Man Crew"

When a crew deserts a ship seemingly as the result of a curse, the Martian Manhunter volunteers to become a one-man crew.

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