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Quote1 Bruce Wayne's cute—but Batman's a real he-man! How can I choose between them? Quote2
-- Poison Ivy

Appearing in "Beware of—Poison Ivy!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Beware of—Poison Ivy!"Edit

While attending a pop-art show at the Gotham Art Museum featuring portraits of the top three female criminals Dragon Fly, Silken Spider and Tiger Moth. Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson are witness to the arrival of Poison Ivy, who has come to challenge the title for the number one female criminal to the press before making a quick exit. Bruce tries to follow her as Batman but she manages to get away. Robin is worried that Batman is falling in love with Ivy.

When Dragon Fly, Silken Spider, and Tiger Moth hear of Poison Ivy's challenge they arrive at her pre-arranged meeting place to figure out once and for all who the most dangerous female criminal is with each bringing in some backup (Which were use to hold batman and robin away while the three femme fatale meet Poison Ivy. However, this turns out to be a trap and the three women are knocked out. When Batman and Robin arrive to stop Poison Ivy, she tries to use her charm to woo Batman. However, Batman manages to snap out of it and arrest her.

Appearing in "The Perfect Crime—Slightly Imperfect!"Edit

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  • Fern Hunter (Single appearance)[1]
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  • Nancy Owens (actress) (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Perfect Crime—Slightly Imperfect!"Edit

When Kaye Daye, member of the Mystery Analysts of Gotham City is to receive a Sherlock Award for her latest book "The Stars Do Kill", the Mystery Analysts soon become involved in an mysterious attempt on Kaye's life so that her cousin could cash in on the family inheritance. However, Batman with the help of the others manage to foil this plot and save Kaye before her cousin's hired thugs can murder her.

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  • This issue features a pin-up of Batman and Robin drawn by Carmine Infantino and inked by Murphy Anderson.


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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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