|"The Blockbuster Goes Bat-Mad!"|
|First Published:||August 1967|
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"The Blockbuster Goes Bat-Mad!"Edit
The Blockbuster has been given therapy, taught to love instead of hate, and taught to speak simple sentences. But when he sees a display of Batman toys, it triggers a hate-rampage again, and he goes on the rampage against the Caped Crusader.
"The Problem of the Proxy Paintings!"Edit
When two original paintings worth $150,000 show up in Martin Tellman’s living room in place of the $200 copies of them, Tellman calls in the Mystery Analysts, and Batman gets on the case.