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Detective Comics Vol 1 321

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"The Terrible Trio": The Terrible Trio break jail and resume their criminal operations on land, sea, and air, forcing Batman and Robin to start a campaign to capture them. Meanwhile, [[Katherine Daye (Earth



Appearing in "The Terrible Trio"

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  • Mouthy (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Terrible Trio"

The Terrible Trio break jail and resume their criminal operations on land, sea, and air, forcing Batman and Robin to start a campaign to capture them. Meanwhile, Batwoman learns that some other criminal has escaped as well and she decides to investigate that case. She follows the crook to the lair of the Terrible Trio, but she is not aware that the fugitive is actually Batman, disguised as a crook. Once inside the hideout, Batman contacts Robin with his Utility Belt and they try to capture the Terrible Trio, but they are nor prepared to deal with the traps the criminals have rigged in the place. The Trio capture Batman and Robin and place them in rocket ships that they later send up to the sky. Batwoman arrives in time to revert the rocket's travel, she stalls the crooks until Batman and Robin return to land and together, the Dynamic Trio capture the Terrible Trio.

Appearing in "The Cosmic Creature"

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Synopsis for "The Cosmic Creature"

An alien beast which was held pent in a crashed space capsule for “eons” beneath the Manhunter’s cave hideout breaks loose and endangers Middletown. J’onn J’onzz and Zook attack it and appear to defeat it, but the monster has the power to change into other shapes and assumes sea- and air-dwelling forms. Zook and the Manhunter discover pieces of a substance used to restrain the creature still in the capsule’s wreckage, and use it against the beast. It weakens, goes through a series of shape-changes, and pops out of existence.

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