House And Garden
A mysterious plant-based criminal is tormenting Gotham City. All
clues lead Batman and Robin directly to the recently paroled
Poison Ivy. But Ivy's since gone straight and has established a
new life as a suburban homemaker. There are more than just
finely manicured laws and station wagons existing in suburbia, and
it's up to the Dynamic Duo to find out just what.
Pursuing escaped convict Killer Croc in the wilderness, Batman
encounters a tiny band of sideshow freaks. Mistakenly believing
that Batman is unjustly harassing Croc, they capture the Dark
Knight. It's only when they see Croc's true colors that they turn to
the Caped Crusader for help.
With Batman in close pursuit, Ra's Al Ghul desperately searches for the tomb of the
ancient Egyptian god, Avatar. When Ra's unleashes the power of this evil god, it threatens to destroy the world. It's up to Batman to defeat his strangest foe ever.
Believing that he is Gotham City's greatest menace, the new D.A. has vowed to
bring Batman to justice. But in a twist of fate, the D.A. finds herself defending the Dark
Knight when they are both kidnapped by his worst enemies and he is put on trial for
crimes against them.
Batman and Robin form an uneasy alliance with Harley Quinn in order to learn
where the Joker has hidden a stolen atomic bomb. Harley leads them on a madcap
hunt through Gotham, and eventually into a deadly show-down with the Clown
Prince of Crime himself. Harley is torn between her promise to help Batman and
her twisted love for the Joker, but her better nature wins out in the end.
Batman comes face to face with his most powerful adversary yet,
the chemically-charged assassin, Bane. Originally hired by Rupert
Thorne to kill Batman, Bane plans on taking control of Thorne's
criminal empire once Batman is destroyed. It's a fight to the death
with all of Gotham in the balance as Batman takes on the man
who has vowed to 'break the bat!'
Just before he is to undergo the operation that will restore his face, Harvey
(Two-Face) Dent is kidnapped by a mysterious villain. Batman and Robin split up to nab
the criminal mastermind behind the scheme. Is it the Penguin, Rupert Thorne, or someone
with a moral reason for hating Harvey Dent?
Has the Riddler gone straight? It would seem so when he creates
a new and very successful toy line. But old habits die hard, as
Batman and Robin quickly discover.
A former child star, now grown bitter and insane, kidnaps her TV family and holds
them prisoner on an abandoned sound stage. While Robin works fast to free the actors
from Baby-Doll's explosive death-trap, Batman pursues the tiny fiend through a deadly
carnival fun house.
Time Out Of Joint
The Clock King returns to carry out his vendetta against Mayor
Hill. This time the clock-mad criminal hopes to murder Hill with
the help of a stolen invention that allows him to warp time and
travel at super-speed. Securing another device from its creator,
Batman and Robin take on the Clock King in a furious
high-speed battle for the mayor's life.
Discharged from Arkham Asylum, Harley Quinn tries to lead a
sane, normal life. Sadly, she just can't seem to stay out of trouble,
and when a misunderstanding occurs, Harley makes the situation
worse by stealing Bruce Wayne's car and kidnapping his
girlfriend. This ignites a screwball chase that not only involves
Batman and Robin, but the police, army, and Gotham's most dangerous gangsters as well.
Make 'Em Laugh
Gotham City is plagued by a rash of crazy crimes all committed
by bizarre villains. Batman and Robin investigate, discovering the
'criminals' are actually famous comedians brainwashed by the
Joker. It seems the comedians had the disguised Joker tossed out
of the annual Gotham Comedy Competition the year before and,
jealous, the Clown Prince of Crime has sworn to destroy their
reputations in return.
Though she fantasizes about rescuing Batman from the Joker,
Penguin and Two-Face, Barbara Gordon has given up her
double life as Batgirl. That is, until a rare cat statue is stolen from
her university museum. All clues point to Catwoman as the thief,
but when Batgirl investigates, she discovers another crook
actually committed the crime. Teaming up, Batgirl and Catwoman discover Roland
Daggett masterminded the scheme, and with a little assist from Robin, succeed in putting
the villain away for good.
Several Arkham inmates, including Scarecrow, Ventriloquist, and
Harley Quinn lodge complaints against Lyle Bolton, the Asylum's
sadistic new chief of security. When Bolton is fired, he vows
revenge on society's true lunatics: the officials whose policies have
turned Gotham City into a haven for crime. Taking on the new
identity of master jailer Lock-Up, Bolton kidnaps several prominent Gothamites, including
Commissioner Gordon and Mayor Hill, and locks them away on an abandoned prison
ship. It's up to Batman and Robin to confront Lock-Up and battle him for the lives of
those he's wrongfully imprisoned.
Mr.. Freeze is sprung from Arkham by aging billionaire Grant Walker, who is
looking to freeze the world and recreate it according to his own design. Batman and Robin infiltrate the billionaire's underwater city and combat both high-tech robots and Mr.. Freeze himself, who has decided to do Walker's bidding and cover the earth in a new ice age.
The Terrible Trio
Three of Gotham City's wealthiest playboys are committing
elaborate heists out of boredom. Little do they know that the
richest citizens of them all, Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick
Grayson, will shut them down permanently in their secret
identities as Batman and Robin.
Batman and Robin find themselves in hot pursuit of Ra's Al Ghul,
who has just committed a mysterious kidnapping. Discovering a
videotape left for them by the immortal criminal, the Dynamic
Duo learn about the exploits of a crimefighter from the Old West,
bounty hunter Jonah Hex. The past collides with the present in
this very personal tale about parental responsibility.
Catwoman finds that going straight proves more difficult than she
imagined--especially when she's enticed to pull one last big job
by the Ventriloquist.
A Bullet For Bullock
Someone's out to get permanent payback on the obnoxious but
effective Det. Harvey Bullock. But who can it be? The only
person who has a longer list of enemies is Batman. So it's up to
the Caped Crusader to help his worst critic--before it's too late.
The Lion & The Unicorn
Batman and Robin learn a little more about Alfred's previous career than they
bargained for when they discover he was once a British spy. Called back into active duty,
Alfred is captured by international terrorist, Red Claw. The Dynamic Duo discover that
Alfred holds the key to preventing The Claw's diabolical scheme to blackmail England by aiming a nuclear missile directly at London.