Popular BATMAN '66 artist Jonathan Case returns with an all-new story featuring Catwoman! The tables are turned as the Feline Fatale must come to the rescue of her caped crime-fighting counterpart--holy role reversal!
Bruce Wayne is sidelined by a snakebite, so Batgirl takes off after the one responsible--Bruce's friend: Lisa Carson. She's in the guise of Cleopatra again, but this time actually believes she IS the Queen of the Nile.
An Egyptian barge floating up the Gotham River must mean that King Tut is back in town. He's bearing a lot of valuable artifacts, but none of them seem to be stolen. So just where„or when„did he get them?
The Joker decides that crime does not pay, or at least doesn't pay enough. So to increase profits, he's cutting costs...by laying off henchmen. Can the Clown Prince of Crime get by with just one minion?
Chase to the Face' concludes this two-part story, with the Dynamic Duo pursuing the nefarious False Face to the biggest faces in America...Mt. Rushmore. And get ready for the unveiling of the Batplane!
Before they can say goodbye to London, Batman and Robin have one more villain to track down„the Clock King. What untimely mischief does this chronological criminal have in store for the revered tower of Big Ben?
Batman and Robin's swinging Londoner adventure comes to its thrilling conclusion. And Batman really is swinging, as he flies over the city streets attached to the Mad Hatter's flying top hat. Tally ho!
The Joker makes his Batman '66 debut! When a mysterious villain attacks Gotham and calls for revenge upon the Clown Prince of Crime, Batman has no choice but to get the Joker out of prison to use him for bait.
Has that pernicious pianist Chandell really reformed? Bruce Wayne is about to take in a performance and see for himself. Perhaps his concern should instead be upon Chandell's beautiful but deadly vocalist.