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"Batman: "The Three Racketeers"": Three thugs are talking about how successful their crimes were before Batman intervened.



Appearing in Batman: "The Three Racketeers"

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  • Cal Clate (Single appearance)
  • Professor Post (Single appearance)

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  • Mr. Charters (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman: "The Three Racketeers"

Three thugs are talking about how successful their crimes were before Batman intervened.

The first man tells his story about how he tricked the police by hacking into their radio frequency and send them to places far away from where he and his gang would commit the crime. However, Batman and Robin discovered his secret plan and after a quick chase, the mastermind was stopped.

The second man tells his story about how he created a serum that caused people to lose their energy and become lazy. He used this drug to put an important businessman to sleep and demanded great amounts of money for the antidote. What the man didn't knew was that Bruce Wayne was one of the businessman's colleagues. The scientist was located by Batman, but he managed to inject some of the serum in the hero, leaving him exhausted for fighting. However, Batman used his radio on the sole of his boot to contact Robin and tell him about the criminal. Robin tracked down the criminal to his hideout and after giving Batman the antidote, the duo stopped the mad man's racket.

The third man tells his story about how he and his gang stole some tanks from the armory and created chaos in the city until they were located by Batman and Robin, who searched for them in the Batplane. Batman and Robin forced the thugs to leave the tanks by burning the vehicles, but the feat cost them the Batplane. Despite this, Batman and Robin were able to follow he gang to their hideout and using some tear gas, they captured the gang and arrested the leader.

Once they have finished telling their stories, a guard approached the three men and tells them that they have been assigned cells for each one of them at the Gotham State Penitentiary. While the criminals go to their cells, the guard is wondering how smart the Batman has to be in order to capture such smart folks.

Appearing in Bart Regan, Spy: "The Mysterious Green Bottle"

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Synopsis for Bart Regan, Spy: "The Mysterious Green Bottle"

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Appearing in Cliff Crosby: "Crime Stalks the Barnyard!"

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  • Kay Nevers

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Synopsis for Cliff Crosby: "Crime Stalks the Barnyard!"

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Appearing in Crimson Avenger: "The Beggars' Rebellion"

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Synopsis for Crimson Avenger: "The Beggars' Rebellion"

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Appearing in Larry Steele: "The Seal"

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  • The Seal (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Larry Steele: "The Seal"

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Appearing in Air Wave: "Eliminate Air-Wave!"

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  • Professor Gurn (Single appearance)
  • The Scarlatti Gang (Single appearance)

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  • D. A. Cole (Single appearance)
  • Sandra Stowe (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Air Wave: "Eliminate Air-Wave!"

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Appearing in Slam Bradley: "Chandra Chun"

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  • Chandra Chun (Single appearance)

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  • Tom Hogan (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Slam Bradley: "Chandra Chun"

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