|"Genius of the Getaway Gimmicks!"|
|First Published:||March 1965|
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"Genius of the Getaway Gimmicks!"Edit
Criminal Roy Reynolds has devised heists that use various gimmicks in order to stall Batman and Robin long enough for the his thugs to get away. After a series of robberies which are pulled off with the aid of the gimmicks, Reynolds tries his most ambitious yet. Gimmicking the Bat-Signal to turn the emblems of Batman and Robin's costumes to expand and change into straight jackets so that they might be easier targets.
Batman and Robin however manage to stop Reynold's goons who rat out their boss when they are arrested.
"The Puzzle of the Perilous Prizes!"Edit
When Aunt Harriette mentions how a friend of hers won a contest without entering her name, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson decide to investigate the strange win as Batman and Robin. They inadvertedly end up alerting a group of criminals that are involved in an entirely different crime all togeather, but factor Batman and Robin's snooping around to be a sign that they are onto their endeavor. Batman and Robin manage to stop the attempt on their lives and round up all the crooks. Later they find out that the person who entered Aunt Harriettes friend into the contest was a young boy whom she had nursed back to health when he was in the hospital, and entering her name into the contest was his way of repaying her.