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"Batman: "No Exit For Batman!"": Batman finds evidence that notorious international criminal Dr. Tzin-Tzin is operating in Gotham City. Batman discovers a communicator used by Tzin-Tzin and takes it to the Batcave for analysis. The co


Quote1 ...Whoever crosses my path... and incurs my displeasure... invariably suffers... the most awful death... Quote2
-- Dr. Tzin-Tzin



Appearing in Batman: "No Exit For Batman!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Crunchy (Single appearance)
  • Strip Bander (Only appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • Dr. Corey (Medical Examiner) (Single appearance)

Locations:

Items:

  • Ruby-like communicator
  • Signal Meter
  • Batarang

Vehicles:

  • Batmobile
  • Ocean Freighter (Flashback only)
  • Four-Motor Jet Plane (Flashback only)

Synopsis for Batman: "No Exit For Batman!"

Batman finds evidence that notorious international criminal Dr. Tzin-Tzin is operating in Gotham City. Batman discovers a communicator used by Tzin-Tzin and takes it to the Batcave for analysis. The communicator contains a bomb and self-destructs. However Batman had time to analyze it and he sends Robin for materials in order to reconstruct the device and then he goes on patrol.

Batman is ambushed while on patrol by Tzin-Tzin's men. After fighting them off, he returns to the Batcave, where he reconstructs the communicator and uses it to locate Tzin-Tzin. Batman and Robin storm the mastermind's hide-out, but Batman is entranced by Tzin-Tzin's death stare. He manages to break out of it before he is killed and finally, Tzin-Tzin is sent to prison.

Appearing in Elongated Man: "The Double-Dealing Jewel Thieves!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Courtney (Museum Owner) (Single appearance)
  • Lietag and his men (Single appearance)

Other Characters:


Locations:

  • Empire City

Items:

  • Crown Jewel Replica

Vehicles:

  • Empire City Taxi

Synopsis for Elongated Man: "The Double-Dealing Jewel Thieves!"

Ralph Dibny visits a museum featuring replicas of real treasures from around the world. Suddenly he and other visitors are rushed out of the exhibit after the owner and tour guide acts shocked that the crown jewels of England are fake. Suspicious, Ralph follows the owner to an underworld location where he meets a counterfeiter named Lietag. Ralph apprehends them all.

He later explains to Sue that Lietag created a fake set of jewels and the museum owner swapped them for the real ones. The real ones were then hidden in plain sight in the museum. However Lietag pulled a double-cross using a second set of fakes. The owner discovered the fakes and went to confront Lietag when Ralph intervened.

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