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"Crown for a New Batman": After Bruce Wayne is apparently murdered in cold blood, his son Bruce Wayne, Jr. wants to take his place as Batman, but Dick Grayson claims that he should be the rightful succes



Appearing in "Crown for a New Batman"

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  • Simon Link (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Crown for a New Batman"

After Bruce Wayne is apparently murdered in cold blood, his son Bruce Wayne, Jr. wants to take his place as Batman, but Dick Grayson claims that he should be the rightful successor to Batman. After hearing about Bruce's last will, none of them are given the right to become Batman, but there is a mysterious beneficiary from Bruce's last will. Bruce Jr. and Dick Grayson decide to put their differences aside and work together to capture Bruce's killer and uncover the mystery behind Bruce's last will.

With help from Superman and his son, the heroes travel to The Arctic, where they confront the man who would receive five million dollars from Bruce Wayne's last will and they discover that he is somehow responsible for several deaths in the place. At that moment, Batman appears and reveals that he faked his death in order to bring the criminals out of hiding. After the mission is accomplished, both Dick Grayson and Bruce Jr. realize that they are still not experienced enough to become the next Batman.

Appearing in "The Broadway Posse"

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Synopsis for "The Broadway Posse"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #193.

Appearing in "The Menace of the Land-Sea Beasts"

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  • Kirk (Single appearance)

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  • Cyrus Beard (Single appearance)

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  • Dr. Cyrus Beard's laboratory

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  • Dr. Beard's evolution ray

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Synopsis for "The Menace of the Land-Sea Beasts"

This story is reprinted from Aquaman #12.

A lab assistant named Kirk, uses the technology of his employer, Dr. Cyrus Beard to evolve lab animals into hideous creatures. Taking control of them, he stages several attacks on sailing vessels, looting the ships after the creatures destroy them. Aquaman arrives in time to stop kirk and returns the animals back to normal.

Appearing in "The Junk Yard of Doom"

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  • Karko (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Eddie Riggs (Single appearance)
  • Mara Stagg (In a photograph only)

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  • Stagg's Plane

Synopsis for "The Junk Yard of Doom"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #58.

World War II-era traitor Maxwell Tremaine kidnaps Metamorpho with the aid of the Orb of Ra, tries to make him repair the broken super-weapons in his “junk yard of doom” for use in world conquest, and ends up battling the Element Man with them when he refuses.

Appearing in "Hideout on Fear Island"

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Synopsis for "Hideout on Fear Island"

This story is reprinted from House of Secrets #64.

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