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"The Colossus of Gotham City": While pursuing criminal Rockets Rogan, Batman gets a whiff of a strange gas that transforms him into a giant. Batman and Robin work as an strange combination and after they realize the difficulty of Batman
Appearing in "The Colossus of Gotham City"
- Rockets Rogan (Single appearance)
- Lenny (Single appearance)
- Mr. Millpoint (Single appearance)
- Superman (Cameo)
Synopsis for "The Colossus of Gotham City"
While pursuing criminal Rockets Rogan, Batman gets a whiff of a strange gas that transforms him into a giant. Batman and Robin work as an strange combination and after they realize the difficulty of Batman's situation, they are forced to contact Batwoman to help them capture the criminals. Unfortunately, when Bruce Wayne is forced to cancel a date with Kathy Kane, Batwoman becomes suspicious and thinks that Bruce Wayne is Batman. In the meantime, Rockets Rogan and his gang have surrounded the giant Batman on his hideout outside Gotham and they capture him with the ultimate intention of learning his secret identity. When they remove the cowl, they see a face of an unknown man and soon, Robin and Batwoman arrive in the place and save Batman, who was wearing makeup under the cowl. Kathy's suspicions are gone when somehow Bruce Wayne appears at a gala the next night and later, during a final encounter with Rockets, Batman finally returns to his normal size. Moments later in the Batcave, it is revealed that the Bruce Wayne who appeared at the gala was none other than Superman in disguise.
Appearing in "The Man Who Unearthed Doom!"
- Karen Duncan
- Gus Verdon (Single appearance)
- Man disguised as "Nemhet" the wizard (Single appearance)
- Ted Bates (Single appearance)
- Lader (Single appearance)
- Rodel (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Man Who Unearthed Doom!"
Appearing in "The Ex-Convicts Club"
- Biff Benson (Single appearance)
- Mr. Dearing (Single appearance)
- Tom Trent (Single appearance)
- Ben Stoves (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Ex-Convicts Club"
Detective John Jones founds the Ex-Convicts Club, a society for reformed criminals, with the objective of finding jobs for them. Backing comes from the Civic League, but their representative, Mr. Dearing, warns that the League will pull their support if any evidence of new criminal activity is detected among the members. Soon after, it appears that the Human Squirrel and the Trickster, two members of the club, are committing robberies. The club is disbanded. But the two criminals were impersonated by members of Biff Benson’s mob, since he needed their services for a job he intends to pull. When he contacts the Squirrel and Trickster, Benson reveals his presence to the Martian Manhunter, who suspected the plot. J’onn J’onzz helps bring in Benson and his gang, and the Ex-Convicts Club is reinstated.
- "The Ex-Convicts Club" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Martian Manhunter Vol 1.
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