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"Batman: "Slay 'Em with Flowers"": Joker has started a new crime spree using plants as his theme. Posing as a plant shop owner, Joker gives plants with hollow stems that release chloroform, putting his victims to sleep while he steals from them. [[Bruce Wayne (Earth-Two)|Ba


Quote1 That's Slugger's voice all right ... He talks as if he's worked out a clever plan! I'll have to keep tuned to him! Quote2
-- Air Wave



Appearing in Batman: "Slay 'Em with Flowers"

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  • Mr. Jason Johnson (Single appearance)
  • Ames (Single appearance)
  • Percy Fillmore (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Pettle (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman: "Slay 'Em with Flowers"

Joker has started a new crime spree using plants as his theme. Posing as a plant shop owner, Joker gives plants with hollow stems that release chloroform, putting his victims to sleep while he steals from them. Batman and Robin are summoned by the Gotham City Police Department to investigate the case and they confront the Joker and his thugs a couple of times without success. After a few tries, Batman decides to lure Joker into a trap by buying one of his plants as Bruce Wayne and taking them to Wayne Manor. As Joker breaks into Wayne Manor, Batman and Robin follow the criminal to his secret hideout, where they use the chloroform to drug the Joker and subsequently capture him. Moments later the police arrive at the scene and the Joker is arrested once more.

Appearing in Boy Commandos: "The Invasion of America"

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Synopsis for Boy Commandos: "The Invasion of America"

In New York City the Boy Commandos get abducted by a gang of Nazis. The team's fans, calling themselves the Kid Commandos, team up with the Sandman and Sandy, and with the Newsboy Legion, to defeat this gang and rescue the Commandos.

Appearing in Crimson Avenger: "The Case of the Lollipop Crimes"

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  • The Weazel (Single appearance)

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  • Carson (Single appearance)
  • Jerry the Mule (Single appearance)
  • Charlie Jones (Single appearance)

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Appearing in Bart Regan, Spy: "Decks of Doom"

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Appearing in Air Wave: "The Man who Talked his Crimes"

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  • The Talker, ventriloquist and impersonator (Single appearance)
    • Slugger Watts (Single appearance)
      • his gang, really Talker's gang

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  • Prison Guard Brown
  • Prison Warden
  • Officer Mackey

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  • New York City
  • State Prison
  • Rural Police Station
  • Rural Tire Warehouse

Synopsis for Air Wave: "The Man who Talked his Crimes"

A very talented ventriloquist uses trickery to break Slugger Watts out of jail, then sets up Slugger as a gang leader, running things from behind the scenes. Watts and his hoods disguise themselves as cops, to steal some evidence from an earlier crime, from a small town police department. Larry Jordan, working as Air Wave, has been eavesdropping on Watts, by tuning in to the metal of his car keys. Air Wave busts the evidence theft and knocks out all the fake cops, but when the real cops show up, and see the knocked-out fake cops, the unseen ventriloquist dupes them into arresting Air Wave.

In a poorly guarded rural jail, Air Wave uses the magnetic traction in his shoes to steal a set of keys, and quietly leaves. He again gets on Slugger's wavelength and finds the gang robbing a tire warehouse, with the Talker keeping the guards preoccupied with fighting among themselves. Air Wave uses a ventriloquism technique of his own to fool the gang into driving their partially-loaded truck to a nearby police station. His technique is to talk to them via a nearby metal parking sign. This time when the cops show up they accept Air Wave's account, and arrest the gang, and the Talker.

Appearing in Slam Bradley: "The Bashful Bandits"

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