Some time ago, during a fight between Batman and Mr. Freeze, the struggle only succeeded in overturning a large beaker of ‘Instant Freeze’ onto the villain. Now forced to live inside a super-cooled house designed to keep his body temperature at fifty degrees below zero, and only able to leave with the use of a special air-conditioned suit, Mr. Freeze decides to begin a rampage of revenge. He breaks into the Gotham City Diamond Exchange to steal some famous diamonds (otherwise known as ‘ice’), but Batman and Robin, acting on a tip-off from Commissioner Gordon, arrive and attempt to stop him. However, Freeze’s henchmen, Chill, Nippy and Mo, release five Batman and Mr. Freeze decoys, and in the resulting confusion the frozen felon makes his escape. Later, back at his hideout, Freeze makes plans to steal the Ghiaccio Circolo (Circle of Ice), Diamond from the visiting Princess Sandra of Molino.
After stealing the Ghiaccio Circolo, Mr. Freeze burns the curtains for Batman and Robin to extinguish. Just as the Dynamic Duo corner Mr. Freeze, he freezes them solid while the plane gives them a taunting second strike. Mr. Freeze then leaves the Dynamic Duo to freeze to death.
HAS BATMAN STRUCK OUT ?
IS ROBIN COOL, ...FOR GOOD ?
CAN NO ONE SAVE OUR NOBLE PAIR OF HUMAN POPSICLES ?
ANSWERS... TOMORROW NIGHT ! SAME BAT-TIME, SAME BAT-CHANNEL !
BUT ONE WORD OF WARNING:
BY WATCHING, YOU, TOO, CAN LOSE YOUR COOL !
- Commissioner Gordon
- Chief O'Hara
- Mrs. Cooper
- Mr. Freeze
- Phony Batmen
- Phony Mr Freezes
- Dick's name tag on his Batpole is once again lower than Bruce's. The heights of these tags vary throughout the series.
- First appearance of Robin's Batmobile catchphrase "Atomic batteries to power. Turbines to speed."