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"The 1,000th Exploit of Superman and Batman!": As Superman and Batman approached their 1,000th case together, Batman claimed that he wasn't worthy of the festivities in his honor. He felt that he had failed as Superman's partner, due to the latt


Quote1 I hope that-- the whole rest of my life, I never again have to go chase myself! Quote2
-- Batman



Appearing in "The 1,000th Exploit of Superman and Batman!"

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  • Ace Lanner (On a TV or computer screen)(Single appearance)
  • Emilio Ruyez (Single appearance)
  • Jay Lonn (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The 1,000th Exploit of Superman and Batman!"

As Superman and Batman approached their 1,000th case together, Batman claimed that he wasn't worthy of the festivities in his honor. He felt that he had failed as Superman's partner, due to the latter's teaming with a mysterious new crime-fighter: Nightman. Superman suggested that Batman should try to solve the mystery of Nightman's identity. Robin further suggested that he could be "a sinister figure, pretending he's against crime to further some plot of his own!". Gordon gave him seven days to come through.

Over the next week, Batman works without sleep to determine Nightman's identity.

As it turns out, Nightman is in fact ... Bruce Wayne. Superman had hypnotized his friend into assuming the Nightman identity at night to give Batman a challenging case to solve, as thanks for all he's done.

Appearing in "The Mask of Fear"

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Synopsis for "The Mask of Fear"

This story is reprinted from House of Mystery #2.

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