"The Atom Cave Raiders!": A gang of criminals run by Longhorn Bells starts working on their new racket: atom caves robberies. For this purpose, the thugs get a professional geologist who could guide them to the caves in Gotham City. The Gotham City Police Department works together with [
- My name is not Sloane! I am the living Jekyll-Hyde-- a man to be feared! From this day on, the world will know of me and the new crimes of Two-Face!
Appearing in "The Atom Cave Raiders!"
- Longhorn Bell (Single appearance)
- Duane (Single appearance)
- Red (Single appearance)
- Fargo (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Atom Cave Raiders!"
A gang of criminals run by Longhorn Bells starts working on their new racket: atom caves robberies. For this purpose, the thugs get a professional geologist who could guide them to the caves in Gotham City. The Gotham City Police Department works together with Batman and they manage to foil some of the robberies, but the thugs always manage to escape.
On their criminal spree, the thugs decide to steal from the cave located underneath Wayne Manor, which they assume is the famous Batcave. When Batman realizes that his secret sanctuary might be in danger, he prepares a set up in case the criminals break inside. In this way, the thugs are fooled into believing that the Batcave is a wine cellar. After this, the Dynamic Duo manage to capture the criminals by forcing them out of their hideout.
Appearing in "The Secret Life of Batman's Butler!"
- Alfred (Flashback and main story)
- Willie Willis (Single appearance)
- Joe (Single appearance)
- Charley (Single appearance)
- Big Cal Devers (Flashback only)
- Sky Sled
Synopsis for "The Secret Life of Batman's Butler!"
One morning in Wayne Manor, Bruce fires Alfred without giving any explanation. When the faithful butler leaves home, he gets a cheap room somewhere in Gotham and he reminisces about his past adventures with Batman and Robin, while still troubled by the unexpected sacking.
In order to keep his mind out of the past, Alfred decides to meet with a person called Willis, who he just met a few days prior. Alfred goes to Willis' place, where he learns that Willis is the owner of a lie detector machine. Using some people to test his device, Willis deduces who is lying or telling the truth. Willis then asks Alfred to be part of the experiment and he asks if Alfred is Batman's butler. Alfred is shocked by the question, but true to the facts, he replies that he is not. Willis finds no lie in Alfred's statement, but soon Batman and Robin break inside the place to capture Willis, who is a wanted criminal from Chicago.
Later in Wayne Manor, Batman explains Alfred that he needed to fire Alfred in case Willis used the lie detector on him, but now that Willis had been arrested, Alfred is hired again and becomes part of the Wayne household once again.
Appearing in "The New Crimes of Two-Face!"
- Two-Face III (Paul Sloane) (Single appearance)
- Blinky (Single appearance)
- Joe (Single appearance)
- Harvey Dent
- Professor Hodge (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The New Crimes of Two-Face!"
A film studio hires actor Paul Sloane to perform the role of Two-Face on a biographical film about the former notorious criminal. During the scene in which they reenact the tragic accident that scarred Harvey Dent's face, the substance that hits Sloane's face is actual acid and the man in charge of the props is found guilty of placing the acid in the bottle.
Sloane is taken to a hospital, where he learns that his face has been scarred in the exact same way as the real Two-Face. Using the prop coin, he turns it into the famous Two-Face's Coin and he decides to turn to crime as the new Two-Face.
Two-Face starts a crime spree following the method from the original Two-Face and the Dynamic Duo are unable to catch him. In a desperate attempt to change the man's criminal attitude, Batman gets Harvey Dent to send a message to Sloane, but the former actor has become mentally ill to the point where he believes he is the only and real Two-Face.
Batman manages to find Sloane's hideout on a submarine and after reaching the place, they start fighting each other. During the struggle, Batman switches Two-Face's coin and allows himself to be captured. Batman then asks Sloane to toss the coin to decide his future and if the coin lands on the edge, he would turn to the authorities and undergo plastic surgery to repair the scarring of his face. Sloane tosses the coin and because Batman had switched the coin, the fake coin lands on the edge and Sloane, sticks to his word. In this way, the criminal spree of Two-Face III comes to an end.
- "The New Crimes of Two-Face" is reprinted in Batman Annual Vol 1 3.
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