"Batman: "The Creature from the Bat-Cave"": An alien creature inside a spaceship that arrived on Earth millions of years ago is awoken as the ship is unearthed deep in the Batcave and soon is loose and rampant in Gotham City. Batman and [[Richard Grayson (Eart

Detective Comics #291 is an issue of the series Detective Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1961.

Synopsis for Batman: "The Creature from the Bat-Cave"

An alien creature inside a spaceship that arrived on Earth millions of years ago is awoken as the ship is unearthed deep in the Batcave and soon is loose and rampant in Gotham City. Batman and Robin are out to capture it and after investigating the spaceship closely, they learn that the creature comes from another planet searching for four special objects as part of that planet's centennial scavenger hunt. Unfortunately, the alien creature is tricked by Earth criminals into showing them the location of the Batcave. Batman and Robin manage to move the spaceship out of the cave as the creature returns. As the creature takes off in the ship, the criminals are captured and the location of the batcave is still a secret.

Appearing in Batman: "The Creature from the Bat-Cave"

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  • Big Ed Bailey (Single appearance)
  • a Rukk (an alien pet) (Single appearance)
  • Bertie (Single appearance)

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  • Professor Heims (Single appearance)

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The real John Jones is astonished when he sees another Martian Manhunter performing super-feats in his hometown, while trying to deal with a gang-boss who suspects the Martian's secret weakness.

Appearing in The Martian Manhunter: "The Second Martian Manhunter"

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  • Buggsy Baines (Single appearance)

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  • Dirk Giles (Single appearance)
  • Hazel (Single appearance)

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Appearing in Roy Raymond: "Roy Raymond's Betrayal!"

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  • Dan Diggins (Single appearance)

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  • Sam Stokes (Single appearance)

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