"Murder in Skyland!": Batman and Robin try to solve the murder of the owner of a space-themed amusement park that floats in the sky above Gotham City. Soon, the Dynamic Duo learn that the murder was planned by someone who would inherit
Appearing in "Murder in Skyland!"
- Al Bates (night club owner) (Single appearance)
- Blinky Cole (an underworld saboteur) (Single appearance)
- Wally Dodd (founder of Skyland Amusement Park) (Appears only as a corpse)
- John Hanson (a technical advisor) (Single appearance)
- Lee Marlowe (an architect) (Single appearance)
- Paul Dodd (Wally's nephew) (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Murder in Skyland!"
Batman and Robin try to solve the murder of the owner of a space-themed amusement park that floats in the sky above Gotham City. Soon, the Dynamic Duo learn that the murder was planned by someone who would inherit the amusement park with help from a hired thug. After the criminal is captured, the rightful heir of the park reopens the business and everything goes back to normal.
Appearing in "The Great J'onn J'onzz Hunt"
- unnamed crooks (Single appearance)
- unnamed plane passengers (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Great J'onn J'onzz Hunt"
When the Martian Manhunter has to save person after person from disasters in Middletown, he is baffled as to the reason for the events, until he nabs two crooks attacking a warehouse manager. The crooks tell him that their boss has been seeking out J'onn J'onzz's Earth identity by eliminating suspects from a list, and they flatly tell him that the only person left whom he could be is John Jones. J'onzz remembers that he saved a plane which he was aboard recently when its engines conked out, and the gang boss and a confederate happened to be on a passing plane and saw him, deducing he had to be one of the passengers on the plane. J'onzz throws off the gangster's suspicions by using his powers to make it seem he is saving a plane that John Jones is aboard. Then he captures the gang boss and his cronies. Later, Captain Harding tells Jones about two crooks in jail who are insisting that Jones is the Martian Manhunter, but the rescue incident has convinced Harding that the two cannot be one and the same.
- "The Great J'onn J'onzz Hunt" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Martian Manhunter Vol 1.
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