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** The issue ends with Creeper still in possession of Scarface, getting into an argument with the puppet and promptly starting to beat him up, even making Scarface say "Ow" as he does so.

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** The issue ends with Creeper still in possession of Scarface, getting into an argument with the puppet and promptly starting to beat him up, even making Scarface say "Ow" as he does so.so.
* One issue has Batgirl trying to figure out the Riddler's password. Robin suggests typing in [[FoeYay "Batman"]]. It works.

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** The story ends with Batman catching the Riddler by pure happenstance[[note]]both the Riddler and the Threatening Three tried to steal the same thing at the same time, and Batman was tracking the latter.[[/note]]. When Batman admits that he never solved Riddler's clue, the Riddler is overjoyed and sings a happy tune through his trial and return to prison -- as far as he's concerned, ''he won''.


** And the thugs immediately surrender their weapons. And then ''they'' have to tell ''him'' he's [[http://asylums.insanejournal.com/scans_daily/990722.html holding the baby wrong]]!

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** And the thugs immediately surrender their weapons. And then ''they'' have to tell ''him'' they agree with their near-victim that he's [[http://asylums.insanejournal.com/scans_daily/990722.html holding the baby wrong]]!


* In ''Gotham Addentures'' #56, the Creeper is searching the recovering Arnold Wesker's appartment, only to be surprised by Arnold unexpectedly coming home. Creeper hilariously disguises himself as a lamp by placing a lampshade on his head and standing perfectly still -- made all the funnier by the fact that Arnold is essentially sleepwalking through the entire scene and never even notices that the Creeper is there.

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* In ''Gotham Addentures'' Adventures'' #56, the Creeper is searching the recovering Arnold Wesker's appartment, only to be surprised by Arnold unexpectedly coming home. Creeper hilariously disguises himself as a lamp by placing a lampshade on his head and standing perfectly still -- made all the funnier by the fact that Arnold is essentially sleepwalking through the entire scene and never even notices that the Creeper is there.


** The issue ends with Creeper still in possession of Scarface, getting into an argument with the puppet and promptly starting to beat him up, even msking Scarface say "Ow" as he does so.

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** The issue ends with Creeper still in possession of Scarface, getting into an argument with the puppet and promptly starting to beat him up, even msking making Scarface say "Ow" as he does so.


'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was crazy.\\

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'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was crazy.\\ ''crazy.''\\


'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was ''crazy.''\\

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'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was ''crazy.''\\ crazy.\\


'''Rhino''': Sure thing, boss! ''(begins beating up the rest of the gang)\\
'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was ''crazy.'' \\

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'''Rhino''': Sure thing, boss! ''(begins beating up the rest of the gang)\\
gang)''\\
'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was ''crazy.'' \\ ''\\


'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was ''crazy.''\\

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'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was ''crazy.''\\ '' \\


* In ''Gotham Addentures'' #56, the Creeper is searching Arnold Wesker's appartment, only to be surprised by Arnold unexpectedly coming home. Creeper hilariously disguises himself as a lamp by placing a lampshade on his head and standing perfectly still -- made all the funnier by the fact that Arnold is so distracted that the disguise ''works'' and he never even notices that the Creeper is there.

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* In ''Gotham Addentures'' #56, the Creeper is searching the recovering Arnold Wesker's appartment, only to be surprised by Arnold unexpectedly coming home. Creeper hilariously disguises himself as a lamp by placing a lampshade on his head and standing perfectly still -- made all the funnier by the fact that Arnold is so distracted that essentially sleepwalking through the disguise ''works'' entire scene and he never even notices that the Creeper is there.there.
** Later in the same issue, Arnold wakes up from his stupor and discovers he's holding Scarface. In a panic, he throws the puppet away, and Creeper catches him, leading to this scene:
-->'''Rhino''': ''(charging at Creeper)'' I'm gonna getcha, freak!\\
'''Creeper''': Nyeh heh! I don't think so. Oh, boys... ''(holds out Scarface)'' Why don'tchu say hello to my little friend!\\
'''Rhino''': B-b-boss?!\\
'''Creeper''': ''(as Scarface)'' Change in plans, Rhino. I wantcha to take out the rest of our gang. Capeesh?\\
'''Rhino''': Sure thing, boss! ''(begins beating up the rest of the gang)\\
'''Batman''': Unbelieavable. There's ''no way'' that should have worked. That was ''crazy.''\\
'''Creeper''': Hey, in a town like Gotham, sometimes crazy is ''all'' that works!\\
'''Batman''': I see your point.
** The issue ends with Creeper still in possession of Scarface, getting into an argument with the puppet and promptly starting to beat him up, even msking Scarface say "Ow" as he does so.


* In #26, Barbara Gordon is looking at Harvey Bullock's report on a theft, which Renee Montoya has made some corrections to. The report says "some kind of mini-explosive" was set off. Bullock writes, "If those Chem Lab bums weren't too busy eating MY DONUTS, I could tell you what kind," which Montoya has crossed out and corrected as "Lab results are pending." (And at the end of the report, she notes, "Sergeant - good job. Much better than last time.")

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* In #26, Barbara Gordon is looking at Harvey Bullock's report on a theft, which Renee Montoya has made some corrections to. The report says "some kind of mini-explosive" was set off. Bullock writes, "If those Chem Lab bums weren't too busy eating MY DONUTS, I could tell you what kind," which Montoya has crossed out and corrected as "Lab results are pending." (And at the end of the report, she notes, "Sergeant - good job. Much better than last time.")")
* In ''Gotham Addentures'' #56, the Creeper is searching Arnold Wesker's appartment, only to be surprised by Arnold unexpectedly coming home. Creeper hilariously disguises himself as a lamp by placing a lampshade on his head and standing perfectly still -- made all the funnier by the fact that Arnold is so distracted that the disguise ''works'' and he never even notices that the Creeper is there.


-->'''Henchman:''' Batman gets [[TapOnTheHead hit on the head]] a lot. [[RealityEnsues Maybe he's dumber now.]]

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-->'''Henchman:''' Batman gets [[TapOnTheHead hit on the head]] a lot. [[RealityEnsues Maybe he's dumber now.]]]]
* In #26, Barbara Gordon is looking at Harvey Bullock's report on a theft, which Renee Montoya has made some corrections to. The report says "some kind of mini-explosive" was set off. Bullock writes, "If those Chem Lab bums weren't too busy eating MY DONUTS, I could tell you what kind," which Montoya has crossed out and corrected as "Lab results are pending." (And at the end of the report, she notes, "Sergeant - good job. Much better than last time.")


-->'''Henchman:''' Batman gets [[TapOnTheHead hit on the head]] a lot. Maybe he's dumber now.

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-->'''Henchman:''' Batman gets [[TapOnTheHead hit on the head]] a lot. [[RealityEnsues Maybe he's dumber now.]]


*** This is probably based on a Silver Age comic where Alfred manages to defeat a gang of crooks while tied to a chair (although completely by accident that time).

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*** This is probably based on a Silver Age comic where Alfred manages to defeat a gang of crooks while tied to a chair (although completely by accident that time).time).
* In ''The Batman Adventures'' #10, the Riddler gets out of prison and tells his henchmen that [[IWillFightNoMoreForever he's quitting]] because he's sick and tired of always being outsmarted by Batman. His henchmen try to cheer him up and convince him to give it one more try:
-->'''Henchman:''' Batman gets [[TapOnTheHead hit on the head]] a lot. Maybe he's dumber now.

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* In #20, The Perfesser is keeping a diary of his criminal exploits. He, Mastermind, and Mr. Nice do a job in that issue, which Batman naturally foils. At the end of the issue, they're back in jail, where The Perfesser cheerfully finishes writing up his account of the crime with "...ignominious defeat!"

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