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"If There Were No Batman ... I Would Have to Invent Him!": Dr. Tzin-Tzin marshals mystic power through Tibetan rites in preparation for his third encounter with Batman. He gains the ability to immobilize all of Gotham during a parade, but Bruce Wayne, moderating the event, is spared because he

Batman #284 is an issue of the series Batman (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 1977.

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Synopsis for "If There Were No Batman ... I Would Have to Invent Him!"

Dr. Tzin-Tzin marshals mystic power through Tibetan rites in preparation for his third encounter with Batman. He gains the ability to immobilize all of Gotham during a parade, but Bruce Wayne, moderating the event, is spared because he exerted himself to save an endangered child, thus psychically shielding himself. Tzin-Tzin is able to manipulate the crowd into fighting Batman for a short time, but his spell wears off. Batman chases Tzin-Tzin and fails to catch him, but manages to grab the villain's scarf. To combat his foe, Batman constructs a Tsam Khang meditation chamber, gathers mystical power unto himself, tracks down Tzin-Tzin by using the traces of his aura on the scarf, and defeats him in battle. He then turns Tzin-Tzin over to the police, but warns them that the villain must be prevented from seeing anyone and thus manipulating them into freeing him from confinement.



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