Appearing in "Bat-Mite Meets Mr. Mxyzptlk"Edit
Synopsis for "Bat-Mite Meets Mr. Mxyzptlk"Edit
Batman and Robin are after a group of crooks who are committing crimes in a giant robot suit. When they trap the crooks by melting the tar in the road, the criminals escape with the robots rocket jet. Superman, happens by and tries to stop the crooks by tossing a large rock at them, but suddenly the rock transforms into a giant cartoon caricature of Superman, much to the three heroes surprise. To their dismay, it was caused by Batman's "biggest fan" Bat-Mite, who wants to see Batman and Robin capture the crook and doesn't want to allow Superman to get in the middle of their capture.
In their next encounter with the crooks, Batman and Robin manage to succeed in stopping them, but suddenly in a nearby park the flowers grow giant animal heads. When Batman and Robin scold Bat-Mite for using his powers in such a way, Bat-Mite tells them he didn't do it. Things go from bad to worse when Superman's old foe Mr. Mxyzptlk appears, claiming responsibility for the flowers. He explains that he is jealous of Bat-Mite and wants to prove that he is a bigger pest out of the two animated imps.
The two imps begin an argument over their motivations over using their powers: While Mxyzptlk uses his to torment Superman, Bat-Mite uses his to try and help Batman and Robin. The two pit their powers against each other and find that they are an equal match. Mxyzptlk gives up on such a useless battle and decides to go back to tormenting Superman. However, Bat-Mite decides to step in and use his powers to thwart all of Mxyzptlk's attempts.Ultimately, Mxyzptlk becomes so annoyed with Bat-Mite's interference he decides to return to the 5th Dimension under his own power. However, Superman, Batman and Robin are less than impressed with Bat-Mite's reckless use of his powers and he is so intimidated by their anger with him that he leaves. With both pests gone, Batman, Robin and Superman give a sigh of relief and hope they don't have to live through an experience like that again.
Appearing in "The Amazing Miss Arrowette"Edit
Synopsis for "The Amazing Miss Arrowette"EditAfter Bonnie King wins a woman's archery competition, she decides to be a costumed crime fighter and calls herself Miss Arrowette. Idolizing Green Arrow and Speedy, she ends up helping them catch crooks with her uniquely feminine trick arrows.
Appearing in "Journey to 1960"Edit
- Tommy Tomorrow (2060)
- Tommy (boy from 1960)
- Prof. Hader
- Captain Wood (2060)
- A Time Machine
Synopsis for "Journey to 1960"Edit
Tommy Tomorrow travels back in time to catch a crook and gets a little help from a boy named Tommy, who is a younger version of himself.
- "Journey to 1960," the Tommy Tomorrow story, is reprinted in DC Super-Stars #6.
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