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"Polar Opposites": Mr. Freeze, out of his exo-suit, is being used for research as part of the "Immortality Project" at WayneTech, a project using advances in cryogenics to save lives. Bruce Wayne is about to introduce Mr. Freeze to


Quote1 We're sending the junior partners brigade and the walking popsicle instead of real cops? Quote2
Harvey Bullock

Batman: Gotham Adventures #5 is an issue of the series Batman: Gotham Adventures (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1998.

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Synopsis for "Polar Opposites"

Mr. Freeze, out of his exo-suit, is being used for research as part of the "Immortality Project" at WayneTech, a project using advances in cryogenics to save lives. Bruce Wayne is about to introduce Mr. Freeze to Dr. Francis D'Anjou, the new project director, when suddenly there is an explosion and Grant Walker appears, determined to get revenge on Mr. Freeze for betraying him previously,[1] which left him trapped in an iceberg for 2 years. Walker abducts the researchers and then attempts to kill Mr. Freeze, but he is stopped by Bruce Wayne. However, Bruce is overpowered and his head is frozen in ice.

Tim alerts Nightwing and Batgirl, and the two team up with Mr. Freeze, who resolves to save Francis D'Anjou, now revealed to be Nora's husband after she remarried. They go to the ruins of Oceana and Mr. Freeze tries to kill Grant Walker, but he is disabled by a built-in safety switch in his exo-suit. However, Mr. Freeze separates his head from his body and leaves using his robotic limbs.



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  • Mr. Freeze claims that he is "dead to emotion", yet he laughs hysterically as Tim tries to break the ice surrounding Bruce's head.



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