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"The Bronze Menace": Batman, Robin, and Batwoman tangle with a group of crooks who appear to be stealing bronze statues sculpted by Vulcan. After a long investigation, the heroes learn that Vulcan has been



Appearing in "The Bronze Menace"

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  • Vulcan (a bronze scultor) (Single appearance)
  • Lefty Borgas (Single appearance)
  • Riggs Bentley (Single appearance)
  • Eddie Ruff (Single appearance)

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  • Henry Rinns (a scientist) (Single appearance)
  • Jahmed Arval (an art collector) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Bronze Menace"

Batman, Robin, and Batwoman tangle with a group of crooks who appear to be stealing bronze statues sculpted by Vulcan. After a long investigation, the heroes learn that Vulcan has been transforming people into bronze statues using a special machine and after dealing with the criminals, he pretended to have the statues stolen. Batman and Robin are victims of Vulcan's machine, but with Batwoman's help, they are able to break free and capture the criminals.

Appearing in "The Crime King of Mt. Olympus"

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  • Criminal dressed as Zeus, the Olympian God (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Crime King of Mt. Olympus"

A villain calling himself King Zeus, who dresses himself and his gang in the garb of Greek gods, rides in a mechanical “flying chariot” and throws “thunderbolts” which are really concealed hand grenades, pulls several robberies, avoids capture by the Martian Manhunter, and captures Diane Meade, whom he claims is the goddess Diana. When J'onn J'onzz follows, he finds that Diane and Zeus are protected by a ring of torches at the villain's hideout. But Zeus appears to believe the Martian is an incarnation of Hercules, and sends him off to duplicate the hero's twelve labors. During one of the “labors”, J'onzz snuffs out Zeus's torches with “golden apples” full of compressed air. Then he saves Diane and captures Zeus and his gang.

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