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"Batman and Robin: "The Hermit of Mystery Island"": On a supposedly deserted island, Batman, Robin, and four gang-bosses encounter a strange hermit who predicts dire fates for all the crooks and Batman, which seem to come true. The crim



Appearing in Batman and Robin: "The Hermit of Mystery Island"

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  • Nails Lewin (Single appearance)
  • Lew Gadge (Single appearance)
  • Joe Keno (Single appearance)
  • Ed Mapes (Single appearance)
  • Hawk (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman and Robin: "The Hermit of Mystery Island"

On a supposedly deserted island, Batman, Robin, and four gang-bosses encounter a strange hermit who predicts dire fates for all the crooks and Batman, which seem to come true. The criminals start either dying or being captured by Batman and Robin one by one as the hermit predicted. Batman decides to go back to the island to investigate before the prediction of his own demise comes true and he finds the truth about the hermit. The old man was in fact a crook working for one of the criminals, who faked his own death and arranged the accidents of his other fellow criminals in order to take the $1 million loot from a recent armored car robbery. After the revelation, Batman and Robin capture Nails Lewin and his henchman, "Hawk," ending the curse of the hermit and sending them to prison.

Appearing in Roy Raymond: "20th Century Genie"

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  • Phony Genie (Single appearance)
  • Jebel (Single appearance)

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  • Mayor Ramad (Single appearance)

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Appearing in Martian Manhunter: "The Human Flame"

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  • Human Flame (First appearance)
  • Joey (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Martian Manhunter: "The Human Flame"

A criminal named Mike uses a special uniform of his own devising to commit crimes with artificial lightning, an acetylene torch, and a flame-thrower. The last weapon he has chosen especially because he believes fire to be the Martian Manhunter's secret weakness. The Human Flame's fire-throwing does prove to be a problem to J'onn J'onzz, until the Martian tunnels underneath the Flame and his henchman, lifts the entire piece of land they stand on into the air, and takes them to the police. The henchman, Joey, is convinced that fire cannot be the Manhunter's weakness.

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