"Hunt for Mr. 50": Batman and Robin go to Hawaii on the trail of a smuggling kingpin known only as Mister 50. The criminal is extremely elusive, but after a long search across the islands, the Dynamic Duo finally manage to capture M
Appearing in "Hunt for Mr. 50"
- Mr. 50 (Single appearance)
- Brody (Single appearance)
- Edwards (Single appearance)
- James Chow (Single appearance)
- Hilo Postmaster (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Hunt for Mr. 50"
Batman and Robin go to Hawaii on the trail of a smuggling kingpin known only as Mister 50. The criminal is extremely elusive, but after a long search across the islands, the Dynamic Duo finally manage to capture Mister 50, after which they enjoy a local luau.
Appearing in "The Tiniest Villain in the World"
- Joe Burr (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Tiniest Villain in the World"
Batman and Robin battle a crook who has used a scientist's shrinking ray to make him the size of a toy doll. Batman and Robin track the criminals to a toy company, where Batman is also reduced in size. The tiny men fight each other among oversized toys until Batman captures the crook inside the rib cage of a dinosaur toy. Using the shrinking machine, Robin reverse the transformations and all the shrunken people return to normal.
Appearing in "The Son of the Joker"
- Batman II
- Robin II
- Kathy Kane
- Joker's Son
Synopsis for "The Son of the Joker"
For his third "imaginary tale" about the future Batman and Robin, Alfred Pennyworth writes of their encounter with the Joker and a criminal who poses as his son. When Bruce pays a visit to the old time criminal, he denies having any connection to this new thug, but when Batman and Robin II are captured by the Joker's Son, it is revealed that the mastermind behind it all is the Joker, who is using a young thug to carry on his legacy of crime. Unfortunately for Joker, Batman I has deduced the truth and he rescues his young counterpart and his son, before the three of them overcome the criminals and capture the Joker and his "son".
- "The Son of the Joker" is not an Imaginary Story, but Alfred's tale in the story is very similar in function to an Imaginary Story, so this story is often considered an "honorary" Imaginary Story.
- Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Compendium listed this issue as an appearance of Earth-Forty.
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