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"Superman: "The Artificial Superman!"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 Ha, ha! I'll never forget the expression on Wayne's face when the bullet-proof vest I had sent to his house arrived! After that and the diamond dust I planted on his coat, everyone will think he's the Kingpin -- even Batman! I can continue to run Gotham crime in secret! Quote2
-- The Kingpin



Appearing in Superman: "The Artificial Superman!"

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Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Death of Speedy!"

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Appearing in Wyoming Kid: "The Biggest Man in Banner City!"

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Appearing in Tom Sparks: "The Manhunt in the Old Mill!"

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  • Tom Sparks

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Appearing in Batman: "Public Enemy Bruce Wayne!"

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  • Pete Gormley (Single appearance)
  • Knuckles MacGowan (Single appearance)
  • Jenkins (Single appearance)
  • Kelly (Single appearance)
  • Bronson (Single appearance)
  • Philips (Single appearance)
  • Willie Mars (Single appearance)
  • Dwyer (Single appearance)

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  • Gotham City Police Department
  • Arrington (Single appearance)
  • Jeff Miller (Single appearance)
  • Homer (Single appearance)
  • Dave (Single appearance)
  • Travis (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman: "Public Enemy Bruce Wayne!"

Batman becomes the start of his own TV Show in which he reveals the identities of some of the most notorious criminals he has captured. In his normal life as Bruce Wayne, he spends time at the local social club with other members. At nightfall, the Bat-Signal appears in the sky and Bruce is forced to leave the club to fight the new lord of crime, The Kingpin, who has never revealed his true identity. Batman is unable to capture the thug and when he returns to the club as Bruce Wayne, some of the members of the club become suspicious of Bruce's disappearance during the crime. Soon, a rumour spreads across the city and everybody believes that Bruce Wayne is The Kingpin. At first, some of Bruce's closest friends support him, but when some evidence show up, they lose confidence in Wayne.

Bruce then decides to play along and he pretends to be the crime lord of Gotham City. He arranges a meeting for the night and as crime leader, all the minor thugs have to obey his command. Later on, as Batman, he informs the audience that during the next TV episode, he would reveal the identity of The Kingpin. The real Kingpin is troubled both by Bruce Wayne's attitude and Batman's future revelation, so he attends the meeting organized by Bruce and after a confrontation among the criminals, Batman and Robin are finally able to capture The Kingpin, revealing his identity as Spotswood Hartley, another member of the social club. Finally, Bruce's name is cleared and the people who lost faith in him, come back to apologize.

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  • On the splash page from the Batman story, there's a street signal for "Elm Street".



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