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Batman (1940) - #176
"Batman and Robin's Most Fantastic Foes!"
DC Comics


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Cover Date: December 1965
Cover Price: US $ 0.25

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 80 pages

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Letters Column: Giant Batman

Synopsis:
"Parasols of Plunder" That fabulous birdman, the Penquin apparently reforms, but Batman and Robin soon find themselves tangling with the crime trickster as he becomes "The Man of 1,000 umbrellas!"

The Fox, The Shark and the Vulture-- The Underseas Eel...The Burrow Machine...The Pilot Fish...these are the fantastic weapons of the most bizarre trio of criminals the dynamic duo has ever faced!

Ice Crimes of Mr. Zero--Death stares Batman in the face as they dodge frozen pellets and skid into icy danger, when they try to stop a warped genius!

Caveman At Large-- A freak accident pits the famed lawmen against a deadly stone-age marauder in the subterranean depths of the Bat-Cave!

Challenge of the Calendar Man-- The caped crime-fighters battle a bizarre bandit, who is FIVE CRIMINALS IN ONE, each with a different costume for each of the four seasons--and a special one for the mysterious fifth season!

The Joker's Utility Belt-- Batman's Utility Belt has gotten him out of many a tight squeeze-- but the infamous crime clown steals a march on him when he dreams up a zany Utility Belt of his own!

Complete Newspaper Syndicated Story-- Featuring Catwoman, Princess of Plunder

Reprints/Collects:
Batman (1940) #70
Batman (1940) #73
Batman (1940) #102
Batman (1940) #121
Detective Comics (1937) #253
Detective Comics (1937) #259

Reprinted/Collected in:
Showcase Presents: Batman (2006) TPB vol. 02

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