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"The Secret Behind the Stone Door": Batman goes incognito to safeguard two TV newsmen who seek out a criminal who styles himself after Julius Caesar. Batman and the reporters are informed of the criminal's secret hideout behind a big stone door, where there is an enti

Batman #150 is an issue of the series Batman (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1962.

Appearing in "The Secret Behind the Stone Door"

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  • Caesar (Single appearance)

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  • Unnamed President of Global TV (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Secret Behind the Stone Door"

Batman goes incognito to safeguard two TV newsmen who seek out a criminal who styles himself after Julius Caesar. Batman and the reporters are informed of the criminal's secret hideout behind a big stone door, where there is an entire army preparing to take over the country. The trio are discovered and Batman attracts the attention of the soldiers as the newsmen attempt to escape with their footage. Batman is taken to the leader, Caesar, and is imprisoned to await execution. Soon though, he manages to destroy some of the criminal army's weapons with the help of the newsmen, who chose to remain and help Batman - now a fellow TV newsman. Caesar then uses some special machines to fight back, but Robin arrives in time to even the odds. In the end, the Dynamic Duo outmatch Caesar's forces and the evil scheme is stopped for good.

Appearing in "The Girl Who Stole Batman's Heart"

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  • Jack Pine (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Girl Who Stole Batman's Heart"

Fumes from a sorcerer's flagon appear to make Batman fall in love with a beautiful girl, reducing his effectiveness in crime-fighting. The people of Gotham are concerned at the fact that Batman spends time with his new love while Robin fights crime alongside the Batman Robot. Batwoman tries to reason with Batman, who is blinded by love and won't listen.

Some criminals decide to take advantage of the current situation and they blackmail Batman's girlfriend into giving them a trophy from the Batcave that contains the secret location of $2 million in jewels and cash. When the woman delivers the object to them, they go to the place of the treasure. However, Batman and Robin have been following them closely and they manage to capture the crooks using the Batman Robot. It is later revealed that Batman's romance was a hoax to lure the crooks into a trap and that the girl is in fact a Sergeant from the Police Department. Afterwards, Batwoman is happy to learn that Batman had no romantic interest in other women and finally it is revealed that the sorcerer from the beginning was none other than Alfred, Bruce's trusted butler.

Appearing in "Robin, the Super Boy Wonder"

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  • Biff Warner (Single appearance)

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  • Yucatan Indian Chief (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Robin, the Super Boy Wonder"

Batman and Robin trail escaped criminal Biff Warner to the Yucatan jungle, where Robin gains super-strength and amnesia from a freak effect of a lightning bolt and battles Batman under the instructions of a rogue Indian. Batman manages to escape Robin's wrath and soon he starts investigating the case. Batman learns that Robin is under the control of the rogue Indian, who is trying to lead the tribe against their chief. When someone tries to eliminate Robin, Batman saves the kid, restoring his memory. Batman then deduces that the rogue Indian is none other than Biff Warner in disguise and after the misunderstanding is cleared, Batman and Robin return to America with Warner as their prisoner after Robin's powers have faded.

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