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"Batman: "The Case of the Three Devils"": Batman and Robin are chasing three criminals dressed as devils, but they can't reach them because the trio are excellent acrobats and performing amazing feats of agility, they escape across the

Detective Comics #50 is an issue of the series Detective Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1941.

Synopsis for Batman: "The Case of the Three Devils"

Batman and Robin are chasing three criminals dressed as devils, but they can't reach them because the trio are excellent acrobats and performing amazing feats of agility, they escape across the rooftops of he city.

Batman deduces that the trio is selling the stolen goods to Frankie the Fence and the Dynamic Duo investigate his place until the Three Devils arrive, and the chase continues. However, Batman is distracted by the arrival of the Gotham City Police Department and Robin chases the three devils by himself all the way to their lair. Robin is trapped by the criminals and they place him on the railway tracks to eliminate him, but Robin manages to survive. In the meantime, Batman is able to fool the police thanks to Officer Riley, who holds great respect for Batman and allows him to go.

Finally reunited, Batman and Robin deduce the devils' next target and they arrive at the place to confront them. The Devils fight the duo and after a long struggle, the trio are finally captured and stopped for good.

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  • Robin's Rocket Skates (First appearance)
  • Batrope


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  • Kraft (spy)

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  • Hammond (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Colonel John (horse owner)
  • Janet
  • Eclipse (stableboy)

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  • Kay Nevers

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  • Leon Lonigan (murderer)
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  • Jim Service
  • Dottie Service

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  • Henry Luggins (licensed druggist)

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  • Abner Service (hermit)

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  • Arla Thomas (Single appearance)
  • Jeff Josephs (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Swain (Single appearance)
  • Louis (Single appearance)

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  • Mr. Chalmers

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