Appearing in "Tales of Madness"Edit
- Greg Roark security guard
- David Lisa's brother; story
- Dean (Only appearance; dies)
- Miss Jaye (Single appearance)
- Mr. Layney (Only appearance; dies)
Synopsis for "Tales of Madness"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue is divided into three chapters, Democratic Conventions, Tales of Madness, and The Jigsaw Man.
- This Batman: Cataclysm crossover takes place between Catwoman #57 and Robin #53.
- This issue is not included in the Batman: Cataclysm collected edition.
- The Riddler asks himself a series of existential questions, concluding with "Why a Duck?" This is not a complete non-sequitur, it's a reference to the Marx Brothers film The Cocoanuts.
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- Discuss Batman: Arkham Asylum - Tales of Madness Vol 1 1 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Batman: Arkham Asylum - Tales of Madness series
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|Batman: Cataclysm Crossover|
This issue is a part of the Cataclysm crossover that swept through all Batman Family Titles during 1998. Gotham City was almost completely destroyed by a massive earthquake. This story led into the events that would eventually create No Man's Land.