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Detective Comics Vol 1 313

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"The Mystery of the $1,000,000 Treasure Hunt": A gang boss fakes his death to lure two rival gangs into a fantastic treasure hunt and Batman into a deathtrap. However, in order to get Batman's attention, the criminal had to make an anonymous call to the [[Gotham City



Appearing in "The Mystery of the $1,000,000 Treasure Hunt"

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  • Elliot Maddan (Single appearance)
  • Vincent (Single appearance)
  • Boss Baker (Single appearance)
  • Marsh (Single appearance)
  • Eddie Ballot (Single appearance)
  • Smike (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Mystery of the $1,000,000 Treasure Hunt"

A gang boss fakes his death to lure two rival gangs into a fantastic treasure hunt and Batman into a deathtrap. However, in order to get Batman's attention, the criminal had to make an anonymous call to the Gotham City Police Department and this clue was enough for Batman to figure out the trap. Using the Batman Robot, the heroes trick the criminal into believing that he has actually captured Batman and they proceed to arrest him and his gang.

Appearing in "The Wizard who Conquered J'onn J'onzz"

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  • Argus Weede (Single appearance)
  • Roy Roggins (Single appearance)

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  • Wand of Wodessa

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Synopsis for "The Wizard who Conquered J'onn J'onzz"

Roy Roggins, a thief, steals the magical Wand of Wodessa from an estate collection, beating magician-criminal Argus Weede’s gang to it, and appears to prove the wand’s power by using it to defeat J’onn J’onzz. Roggins is accepted by the gang and taken to Weede, with the Manhunter (who had been feigning defeat) secretly trailing. But when Weede acquires the wand, he energizes it with a “magical element” and activates its real magic. J’onzz is hard-pressed to deal with Weede’s magic until he becomes invisible, snatches the wand away, and destroys it. Then he takes Weede and his gang to jail.

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