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"Batman's Bewitched Nightmare": An apparent witch has appeared in Gotham City and is attempting to impede Batman's crusade against crime by helping out crooks that Batman and Robin are trying to stop. Chasing a gang to a local farm, Batman is turned into a scarecr
Appearing in "Batman's Bewitched Nightmare"
- Witch (Identity not revealed)
- Outsider (Voice only)
Synopsis for "Batman's Bewitched Nightmare"
An apparent witch has appeared in Gotham City and is attempting to impede Batman's crusade against crime by helping out crooks that Batman and Robin are trying to stop. Chasing a gang to a local farm, Batman is turned into a scarecrow, until Robin is able to knock the witch off her broomstick and take possession of it himself, thereby canceling out the spell on Batman.
While Batman rounds up the crooks, Robin defeats the Witch and the dynamic duo then turns them over to the police. Placing the witch's broom in their trophy room, it suddenly starts giving off a recorded message from the Outsider, who vows that he will strike against Batman and Robin, very soon.
Appearing in "The House of 'Flashy' Traps!"
- the Dibny's Car
Synopsis for "The House of 'Flashy' Traps!"
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- "Batman's Bewitched Nightmare" is reprinted in Detective Comics #439, JLA: Zatanna's Search, Batman: The Dynamic Duo Archives Vol 2, and Showcase Presents: Batman Vol 1.
- This is a chapter in "Zatanna's Search" for her father. The story arc is chronicled in: Hawkman #4, Detective Comics #336, Atom #19, Green Lantern (Volume 2) #42, Detective Comics #355 and ends in Justice League of America #51. This storyline is collected in JLA: Zatanna's Search.
- "The House of Flashy Traps!" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Elongated Man Vol. 1. The splash-page of this issue is used as the cover of the anthology.
- This issue is the first one to feature a heading art in the letters section "Batman's Hot Line". The sketch was submitted by Cary Bates, who would often submit sketches and ideas for cover art to DC Comics. Bates would become a staff member of the company around the same time of this publication.
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