"The Alien Feud on Earth": Batman and Robin find themselves in the midst of a duel between two aliens over a female of their race. The Dynamic Duo try to stop the aliens from fighting and risking other people's lifes, but they are no ma
Synopsis for "The Alien Feud on Earth"
Batman and Robin find themselves in the midst of a duel between two aliens over a female of their race. The Dynamic Duo try to stop the aliens from fighting and risking other people's lifes, but they are no match for the aliens' advanced weapons. Batman then decides to impersonate one of the aliens to trick the other into submission. His plan is almost successful, but is shown to be unnecessary when the female alien arrives on Earth refuses to marry either of the alien men, and they all return to their home world.
Appearing in "The Alien Feud on Earth"
- Hylk (Single appearance)
- Zorb (Single appearance)
- Rilla (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Man Who Played Batman"
The Joker recruits new members for his gang by dressing up as Batman and trying to capture them while they pull mock crimes in a model of Gotham City. Joker only admits the criminals that manage to overcome his obstacles and when Batman learns of this twisted plan, he decides to impersonate a known crook in order to infiltrate Joker's gang. Batman's plan is a success, and when Joker gives him the chance to wear the Batman costume, the crime fighter captures Joker and his entire gang.
Appearing in "The Man Who Played Batman"
- Blinky (Single appearance)
- Lenny (Single appearance)
- Dan (Single appearance)
- Gum-Ball Burke (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Bat-Mite Meets Bat-Girl"
Robin and Bat-Girl are assigned to patrol Gotham in the absence of Batman and Batwoman, who are testifying before a senate crime committee in Washington, D.C.. When Bat-Girl's crush on Robin goes unrequited, Bat-Mite appears and proposes to use his powers to make Robin fall in love with her. The first two attempts to attract Robin's attention are unsuccessful and on the third attempt, Bat-Girl is unfortunately captured by some criminals. Bat-Mite and Robin work together to rescue Bat-Girl and capture the thugs in the process. Afterwards, Robin tells Bat-Girl that he can't pursue a romantic relation with her, because he is trying to follow the steps of his mentor, Batman, who has decided not to be romantically involved until his retirement. Batman arrives and after listening to Robin's confession, he tells the teenager that he shouldn't make harsh decisions at such a young age. Bat-Girl is finally glad to know that Robin and her can be together and Bat-Mite leaves after seeing that he managed to succeed in his mission.
Appearing in "Bat-Mite Meets Bat-Girl"
- Chip Danton (Single appearance)
- "Bat-Mite Meets Bat-Girl" is reprinted in Batman: From the 30's to the 70's and Batman in the Sixties.
- On the first story, the name of the alien Zorb was never revealed to Batman and Robin, but somehow they already knew the name by the end of the story.