"Batman: "The House that Jokes Built"": Joker has escaped from prison and he starts stealing from wealthy people across Gotham City. Batman and Robin become aware of Joker's plan and they try to stop him, but t


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Detective Comics #109 is an issue of the series Detective Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 1946.

Synopsis for Batman: "The House that Jokes Built"

Joker has escaped from prison and he starts stealing from wealthy people across Gotham City. Batman and Robin become aware of Joker's plan and they try to stop him, but their attempt falls short and Robin is captured by the clown prince of crime.

Later, Joker sends Batman a series of clues for him to follow to save Robin, but most of them turn out to be deadly traps. In the end, Batman arrives at Joker's secret hideout, where he has to survive more traps until he is finally captured in the same room as Robin. Using a machine of his own device, Joker plans to use Robin's body weight to kill Batman, but the Boy Wonder manages to break free before his partner is killed and together they capture the Joker, who is sentenced to a hundred years in prison.

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  • Herbert Swail (Single appearance)
  • Titus Drumm (Single appearance)
  • Courtney (Single appearance)

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  • Oscar Rainey (Single appearance)

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  • Jim Johnson (Single appearance)
  • Dorothy Johnson (Single appearance)

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