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"Batman: "Birdmaster of Bedlam!"": When a plane carrying Miss USA crash lands after it is attacked by wild birds (killing her in the process), Batman and Robin soon become aware of a sinister plot by a criminal known as the [[Birdmaster
Appearing in Batman: "Birdmaster of Bedlam!"
- Birdmaster (Only appearance; dies)
- Mona (Only appearance; dies)
Synopsis for Batman: "Birdmaster of Bedlam!"
When a plane carrying Miss USA crash lands after it is attacked by wild birds (killing her in the process), Batman and Robin soon become aware of a sinister plot by a criminal known as the Birdmaster who plans to hold the world ransom by sending out armies of trained birds to attack any planes in the sky.
Traveling to the Birdmaster's castle base, the dynamic duo battle the Birdmaster and his minions, forcing the Birdmaster to flee. In a stroke of irony, Birdmaster escapes in a plane that's attacked by his own birds, forcing a crash land and causing the criminal's death.
Appearing in Elongated Man: "My Wife, The Witch!"
- Gregory Hunt (Hotel Manager) (Single appearance)
- Unnamed Robbers (Single appearance)
- Pine Beach Hotel
- Book of Witchcraft
- the Dibny's car
Synopsis for Elongated Man: "My Wife, The Witch!"
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- "Birdmaster of Bedlam!" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Batman Vol 2.
- "My Wife, The Witch!" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Elongated Man Vol. 1.
- On the Elongated Man story, Sue finds a book of "magic" in the town of Malem, a town that sounds similar to the real-life town of Salem, which was once notorious for it's prosecution of women thought to be witches in the late 17th Century.
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