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"The Mirror Batman": Spotting some crooks breaking into an antique shop, Batman and Robin spring into action. During the fight one of the crooks gets the drop of Batman, knocking him over the head with a suit of armor. As he staggers, B



Appearing in "The Mirror Batman"

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  • Xannu (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Mirror Batman"

Spotting some crooks breaking into an antique shop, Batman and Robin spring into action. During the fight one of the crooks gets the drop of Batman, knocking him over the head with a suit of armor. As he staggers, Batman throws a hidden switch on an antique mirror and to Robin's surprise, the Dark Knight passes right through it's surface. When Robin tries to go after him, he finds the mirror solid again. Needing Superman's help, Robin flees the scene immediately, leaving one of the crooks to report back to his boss what happened.

When Superman receives Robin's call, he comes to Gotham City and he is taken to the antique shop. When trying to figure out how to cross through the mirror, suddenly a warped mirror image of Batman comes out. This "Mirror Batman" is disorientated and goes on a rampage, sending Superman and Robin out to stop him. By the time they knock Batman out and return to the antique shop, they find that the mirror has been stolen. Finding mud on the ground, Superman uses his detective skills to locate the part of the city the crooks are holed up in.

Crashing their hide out, they capture the crooks and recover the mirror. Finding the switch, the three heroes enter the mirror and find themselves all distorted and Batman's sanity restored. They are confronted by a creature who claims responsibility for making Batman go on his rampage, and tries to attack the three heroes. Superman easily defeats the creature and learns that his world is subjugated by the tyrannical Xannu. Superman agrees to free them from Xannu in exchange for Batman being restore to normal. Despite the fact that Xannu's castle is protected by an army of robots, Superman easily defeats them and turns Xannu over to the creature he met earlier.

Staying true to his word, the creature cures Batman and the three heroes return to their own world where Superman smashes the mirror so nobody can accidentally use it again.

Appearing in "The Doomed Planeteer"

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Appearing in "The Cop Who Lost His Nerve"

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Synopsis for "The Cop Who Lost His Nerve"

When officer Fred Jennings freezes up after a cat jumps out at him while he's trying to stop a crook, Green Arrow and Speedy have to rescue him. Later he tells the two archers that he has a fear of cats, little knowing that a crook is overhearing everything. Thereafter, every time Jennings is out on patrol crooks throw cats at him triggering his fear. However, when Green Arrow and Speedy use a trick arrow shaped like a cat to make it look as though a cat is saving his life, Fred overcomes his fear and is able to catch a bunch of crooks. Afterwards, Green Arrow explains how they helped Fred, and Fred (Bending down to pet a cat) thanks them for their help.

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