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"Prey of the Alien Hunters": Batman and Robin are abducted to another planet where they are hunted by a trio of aliens for the pleasure of the hunters’ employer. The Dynamic Duo overcome most of the obstacles and they join forces with t



Appearing in "Prey of the Alien Hunters"

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Villains:

  • Kaale (Single appearance)
  • Mogur (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Alta (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Prey of the Alien Hunters"

Batman and Robin are abducted to another planet where they are hunted by a trio of aliens for the pleasure of the hunters’ employer. The Dynamic Duo overcome most of the obstacles and they join forces with the oppressed people of the planet to overthrown the emperor hunter.

Appearing in "Body-Guard for a Spy"

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  • members of a spy ring (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Princess Cassandra (Single appearance)
  • Commissioner Meade (First appearance)

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  • None

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  • None

Synopsis for "Body-Guard for a Spy"

Diane Meade gets jealous when John Jones has eyes only for Princess Cassandra at a reception held in Commissioner Meade’s house. Later, Diane overhears Cassandra making contact with a spy in search of secret plans, and concludes that the princess is actually a spy. John Jones appears to pooh-pooh her suspicions when she tells him what she has learned. It isn’t until both Diane and Cassandra are captured by the spy ring the princess was working hand-in-hand with Jones to expose that Diane is convinced she is wrong. Jones turns into the Martian Manhunter, captures the spies, and rescues the women.

Appearing in "Aquaman's Secret Teacher"

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  • None

Other Characters:

  • Mabel (Single appearance)
  • Wilmont Bean (Single appearance)

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  • None

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  • Cargo Ship

Synopsis for "Aquaman's Secret Teacher"

In a sea-side town, the local children often listen to the stories of Captain Bean, who stories of his many adventures at sea where he helped out Aquaman. Little do the children know that all these stories are tall tales, and Bean has never met Aquaman before. His daughter Mable warns the Captain that one day his tall tales are going to get him in trouble, but Bean insists that he's not harming anybody. When Aquaman and Aqualad appear outside of town, the children take Captain Bean to meet his "old friend" Aquaman. Aquaman and Aqualad soon catch on that the old man has been telling the kids tall tales, and when a typhoon threatens to destroy a ship at sea, Aquaman asks Captain Bean for advice on how to stop it from being destroyed. After saving the ship, Aquaman who thanks Captain Bean for his help and returns to the sea.

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