|"Secret Identities For Sale!"|
|First Published:||August 1965|
|Previous Issue:||Batman #172|
|Next Issue:||Batman #174|
"Secret Identities For Sale!"Edit
While trying to bust up Mr. Incognito's criminal operations, Batman and Robin have the additional trouble of Elwood Pearson. Pearson is a photographer for "Scandal" magazine who has developed a camera that can take special photographs that can show what a person looks like behind a mask when held up to a mirror.
Pearson, finding nobody else interested in his shady invention, tries to sell a photograph of the dynamic duo revealing their identities to Mr. Incognito. However, Batman and Robin bust it up before the transaction can be made and Batman destroy the photo. Both Incognito and Pearson are foiled and sent to jail.
"Walk, Batman - To Your Doom!"Edit
When a crook who is obviously guilty is deemed not guilty by a jury, Batman and Robin are called in to investigate possible jury influencing. In the end they end up finding that Franklin Knott was involved with the ordeal. They end up finding a former colleague who worked with Knott on Epsilon radiation togeather, and soon become victims of a device that uses it's rays to force people to do the users bidding. Overcoming this control, Batman and Robin stop Knott's criminal schemes and he is put on trail and found guilty for his crimes.