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"Batman: "The Zebra Batman"": Batman and Robin encounter a magnetically-powered villain, the Zebra-Man, but a charge from the machine which gave Zebra-Man his powers turns Batman into a “Zebra-Batman” who rep


Quote1 The machine-- bathing me in an eerie light... infusing me with lines of force! Quote2
-- Batman



Appearing in Batman: "The Zebra Batman"

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  • Zebra-Man (Single appearance)
  • Jo Jo Forbes (Single appearance)

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  • Tommy (a child) (in a vision) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Batman: "The Zebra Batman"

Batman and Robin encounter a magnetically-powered villain, the Zebra-Man, but a charge from the machine which gave Zebra-Man his powers turns Batman into a “Zebra-Batman” who repels all solid matter, and without a belt like Zebra-Man's to neutralize the repelling force, he cannot regulate his powers. With Robin's help, Batman finds a way to use his unwanted magnetic force to capture the Zebra Man and after the criminal is captured, Batman uses the crook's magnetic belt in order to neutralize his magnetic force and return to his normal state.

Appearing in Roy Raymond: "The Super-Brain Maker"

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  • Charles Craven (Single appearance)

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  • J.P. Bradshaw (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Roy Raymond: "The Super-Brain Maker"

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Appearing in Martian Manhunter: "John Jones' Pesky Partner"

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  • Willy Horan (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Martian Manhunter: "John Jones' Pesky Partner"

John Jones is assigned to work with Patrolwoman Diane Meade, who begins to suspect that he is the Martian Manhunter.

Notes

  • Diane Meade first appeared in Detective Comics #246, but did not appear again for over two years. But once the Martian Manhunter became a public superhero in Detective Comics #273, the character of Diane Meade was brought back and became a regular character in the series. Presumably writer Jack Miller figured that now that the Martian Manhunter was a regular superhero, he needed a female foil who would periodically suspect the truth about his secret identity, as other Silver Age superheroes had.
  • "The Zebra Batman" is reprinted in Batman Annual #5.
  • "John Jones' Pesky Partner" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Martian Manhunter Vol 1.

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