"The Bizarre Batman-Genie": Batman is converted by a magic powder into a genie that obeys a crooks’ commands, leaving Robin and Bat-Girl to find a way of stopping him. Robin manages to infiltrate the crimi
Appearing in "The Bizarre Batman-Genie"
- Aristo (Single appearance)
- Trusk (Single appearance)
- Yates (Single appearance)
- Mr. Enwright (museum curator) (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Bizarre Batman-Genie"
Batman is converted by a magic powder into a genie that obeys a crooks’ commands, leaving Robin and Bat-Girl to find a way of stopping him. Robin manages to infiltrate the criminal's vehicle with Bat-Girl's help and he takes away the magic lamp from the crooks. Robin then proceeds to make a wish, which is the third one, and automatically returning Batman to his normal state. Finally, Batman and Robin capture the criminals and they remove the magic lamp from their possession.
Appearing in "The Man who Destroyed J'onn J'onzz"
- Batman (Cameo)
Synopsis for "The Man who Destroyed J'onn J'onzz"
Prof. Arnold Hugo, an old foe of the Batman’s, has escaped from prison in Gotham City and come with his gang to Middletown, where he is working on a machine that can duplicate J’onn J’onzz’s powers and transfer them to Hugo’s body. After a series of encounters, J’onn J’onzz and Zook are captured by Hugo, and the scientist does give himself Martian powers. But J’onzz breaks free of his captivity and destroys the machine, though Hugo still retains his powers. Both Hugo and J’onzz battle each other to a standstill, until J’onzz breaks off the fight to allow Zook to glow red-hot and start a fire. Since Hugo has absorbed J’onn J’onzz’s fire-weakness along with his powers, he is rendered unconscious. Zook puts out the fire, and he and J’onzz turn the captive Hugo over to Batman in Gotham City.
- This book was first published on October 29, 1963.
- "The Man Who Destroyed J'onn J'onzz" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Martian Manhunter Vol 2.
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