"The Joker's Comedy of Errors!": After a failed crime, The Joker becomes obsessed with recreating some of history's most famous blunders and tries to force Batman into making mistakes while catching him. His plan almost succeeds, but the Dynamic
- So! They laugh at my boner, will they?? I'll show them! I'll show them how many boners the Joker can make!
- — Joker
Appearing in "The Joker's Comedy of Errors!"
- Danny (Single appearance)
- Clancy (Single appearance)
- "King" Staley (Mentioned only)
- John Dillinger (In a photograph only)
- Gotham City
- Pisa (In a photograph only)
Synopsis for "The Joker's Comedy of Errors!"
After a failed crime, The Joker becomes obsessed with recreating some of history's most famous blunders and tries to force Batman into making mistakes while catching him. His plan almost succeeds, but the Dynamic Duo finds a way to stop and capture the Clown Prince of Crime.
Appearing in "The Movie Stars Who Died Twice!"
- Wanda Wane (Single appearance)
- Lud Valento (Single appearance)
- John Kent (Single appearance)
- Barry Logan (Single appearance)
- Griffin Balfor (Only appearance; dies)
- Max (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Movie Stars Who Died Twice!"
When film stars start dying in the same way as their respective characters died in the movies, Batman and Robin investigate the case and discover that the actors are not actually dead, but instead they've been kidnapped by an elder filmmaker who is forcing them to perform in his latest film.
Batman and Robin find the location where the old man is keeping the actors and they rescue them by using some of the filmmaker's old films. When the nearest dam breaks down, water starts submerging the entire place and the old maniac dies as a result.
Appearing in "Batman II and Robin, Junior!"
- Commissioner Gordon
- Richard Grayson, Jr. (In dream sequence only)
- Wingy (In dream sequence only)
- Gotham City
- Science City (In dream sequence only)
- United Nations Building (In dream sequence only)
Synopsis for "Batman II and Robin, Junior!"
During a mission capturing crooks, Robin becomes too reckless and disobeys Batman's command. The kid has to be saved by the Dark Knight and once they're back in the Batcave, Bruce scolds Robin for disobeying him.
Later that night, Dick Grayson dreams of a future time in which Bruce is too old to remain active as Batman and he has to take up the mantle, working with his only son as his partner, Robin Jr. In the dream, Dick Grayson is Batman II and he teaches his son the importance of following orders and teamwork. However, during one mission, Robin Jr. disobeys his dad's command and Batman II is forced to rescue the young man. Despite his best efforts, Dick is unable to rescue Robin Jr. and his harsh actions have doomed them both to a certain death.
Dick Grayson then wakes up and Bruce gives him the task of mowing the lawn as a punishment for last night's blunder. Dick has learned his lesson and he finishes his job just as Bruce told him.
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- In The Joker's Comedy of Errors! story, the word "boner" is often used throughout the entire issue, however, it is not related to the vulgar meaning of the word. "A boner" used to be the North American informal way to describe "a mistake that causes embarrassment to the person who makes it".
- In the same Joker story, there are references to John Dillinger, Douglas Corrigan, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Trojan Horse which Joker bases his "error" crimes on.
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