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{{Infobox Comic Issue
 
{{Infobox Comic Issue
|image=[[Image:Batman145.jpg|300px]]
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|Comic Issue name=Hunt for Mr. 50!
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|Comic Issue name="Hunt for Mr. 50!"
|series=''[[Batman (Comic Book)|Batman]]''
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|series=''[[Batman (Volume 1)|Batman]]''
 
|issue=145
 
|issue=145
 
|published=February 1962
 
|published=February 1962
|previous=''[[Batman Issue 144|Batman #144]]''
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|previous=[[Batman Issue 144|''Batman'' #144]]
|next=''[[Batman Issue 146|Batman #146]]''
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|next=[[Batman Issue 146|''Batman'' #146]]
 
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==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
===Hunt for Mr. 50!===
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==="Hunt for Mr. 50!"===
 
Batman and Robin go to Hawaii on the trail of a smuggling kingpin known only as Mister 50.
 
Batman and Robin go to Hawaii on the trail of a smuggling kingpin known only as Mister 50.
   
===The Tiniest Villain in the World!===
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==="The Tiniest Villain in the World!"===
 
Batman and Robin battle a crook who has used a scientist’s shrinking ray to make him the size of a toy doll.
 
Batman and Robin battle a crook who has used a scientist’s shrinking ray to make him the size of a toy doll.
   
===The Son of the Joker!===
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==="The Son of the Joker!"===
 
In his third tale of the fictional second Batman and Robin team, Alfred Pennyworth writes of their encounter with the Joker and a criminal who poses as the Joker’s “son”.
 
In his third tale of the fictional second Batman and Robin team, Alfred Pennyworth writes of their encounter with the Joker and a criminal who poses as the Joker’s “son”.
   
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===Locations===
 
===Locations===
 
*[[Gotham City]]
 
*[[Gotham City]]
[[Category:Batman (Comic Book) Issues]]
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[[Category:Batman (Volume 1) Issues]]

Revision as of 20:32, April 16, 2012

Synopsis

"Hunt for Mr. 50!"

Batman and Robin go to Hawaii on the trail of a smuggling kingpin known only as Mister 50.

"The Tiniest Villain in the World!"

Batman and Robin battle a crook who has used a scientist’s shrinking ray to make him the size of a toy doll.

"The Son of the Joker!"

In his third tale of the fictional second Batman and Robin team, Alfred Pennyworth writes of their encounter with the Joker and a criminal who poses as the Joker’s “son”.

Appearances

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