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Comic Guide - Batman & Robin Adventures

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Issue #01 - Two-Timer - Part 1
Release Date: Sept. 28, 1995
Written by Paul Dini; art by Ty Templeton, Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

Two-Face is well on his way to recovery, until the Joker spoils his progress on a whim.


 
Issue #02 - Two-Timer Part 2
Release Date: Oct. 26, 1995
Written by Paul Dini; art by Ty Templeton, Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

Two-Face, convinced that Grace has been unfaithful to him with Bruce Wayne, plans to destroy everything the Boy Billionaire cares about.

 
Issue #03 - A Christmas Riddle
Release Date: Dec. 7, 1995
Written by Paul Dini; art by Ty Templeton, Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

The Riddler holds a Christmas party hostage, convinced that Batman and Robin are among the crowd.


 
Issue #04 - Bird Cage
Release Date: Jan. 4, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

The Penguin holds a zoo hostage, and Batman attempts to stop him. But is there more here than meets the eye.


 
Issue #05 - Second Banana
Release Date: Feb. 1, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Tim Harkins, Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

Outraged over not being declared Gotham's smartest villian, the Joker goes on a rampage.


 
Issue #06 - Round Robin
Release Date: Mar. 14, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

When a tabloid paper falsely reports that Batman has fired Robin, Gotham is besieged with teens wanting to be the new Robin.

 
Issue #07 - His Master's Voice
Release Date: Apr. 17, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

Scarface is outraged when he discovers that the Ventriloquist has another puppet and decides to kill the only thing that the Ventriloquist cares about.

 
Issue #08 - Harley & Ivy...and Robin?
Release Date: May 15, 1996
Written by Paul Dini; dialogue by Ty Templeton; art by Rick Burchett; cover by Rich Burchett

Robin is brainwashed by Poison Ivy and joins her and Harley on a crime spree. But three is a crowd and Harley quickly becomes jealous of the Boy Wonder.

 
Issue #09 - Tears
Release Date: June 19, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Rick Burchett; cover by Rich Burchett

Batgirl discovers that one of her professors has another life when Talia comes calling to reclaim him.


 
Issue #10 - Blood of the Demon
Release Date: July 17, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

Talia warns Batman about Ra's Al Ghul's latest attempts to wipe out the globe's population. But can Batman stop Ra's in time?

 
Issue #11 - Windows To The Soul
Release Date: Aug. 28, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Dev Madan and Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

After both Dick Grayson and Alfred Pennyworth see strange happenings around the mansion and the Batcave, Bruce Wayne investigates the deepest recesses of the underground caves and makes a startling discovery.
 
Issue #12 - To Live & Die In Gotham City
Release Date: Sept. 18, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

After he recovers from a severe beating at the hand of Rupert Thorne's henchmen, Bane returns to exact his revenge.

 
Issue #13 - Knightmare
Release Date: Oct. 16, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

Batman and Robin must stop Scarecrow from broadcasting a subliminal fear message across the TV airwaves.

 
Issue #14 - Dagger's Tale
Release Date: Nov. 20, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

A crook named "Dagger" Dixon recounts his run in with Batman.


 
Issue #15 - Second Chances
Release Date: Dec. 18, 1996
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

Dick Grayson rejoins the 'Haly's Circus' to investigate a series of thefts that happen only when the circus is in town.

 
Issue #16 - It Takes A Cat
Release Date: Jan. 15, 1997
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

A billionaire obsessed with Catwoman impersonates her in order to get close to her.


 
Issue #17 - But A Dream
Release Date: Feb. 20, 1997
Written by Paul Dini and Ty Templeton; art by Joe Staton and Rick Burchett; cover by Ty Templeton

When an ex-flame of the Mad Hatter skips out on her wedding, Batman and Robin try to figure out if the hat-obsessed villain is behind it.

 
Issue #18 - Joker's Last Laugh
Release Date: Mar. 18, 1997
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Terry Beatty; cover by Ty Templeton

Harley takes Joker on a Gotham wide rampage to try to get him to laugh again.


 
Issue #19 - Duty of the Huntress
Release Date: Apr. 23, 1997
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Terry Beatty; cover by Ty Templeton

When her family is wiped out in a mob hit, a woman decides to take matter in her own hands to bring down the people responsible.

 
Issue #20 - Through The Long Night
Release Date: May 21, 1997
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Terry Beatty; cover by Ty Templeton

Harvey Bullock and some fellow police offers wage a bet on how many crooks Batman and Robin will apprehend in one night.

 
Issue #21 - Why Is A Raven Like A Writing Desk?
Release Date: Jun 18, 1997
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty; cover by Ty Templeton

Batgirl comes to the rescue when The Riddler kidnaps Commissioner Gordon.



Issue #22 - Fifty Fifty
Release Date: July 16, 1997
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Brandon Kruse and Terry Beatty; cover by Ty Templeton

Two-Face's life is thrown into chaos when an unplanned breakout from prison makes him lose his coin.



Issue #23 - Crocodile Tears
Release Date: Aug. 20, 1997

Written by Ty Templeton; art by Bo Hampton and Terry Beatty; cover by Ty Templeton
After watching a report on TV, Killer Croc falls in love with Summer Gleeson.



Issue #24 - Touch of Death
Release Date: Sept. 17 1997
Written by Kelley Puckett; art by Bo Hampton and Stan Woch; cover by Ty Templeton

Poison Ivy stumbles upon a little child who's toxic touch can bring instantaneous death.



Issue #25 - Demon In The Sky
Release Date: Oct. 22, 1997 (Final Issue, becomes 'The Batman Adventures: The Lost Years')
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Bo Hampton, Rich Burchett and Terry Beatty; cover by Ty Templeton

After Batman is supposedly abducted by aliens, he uncovers a plot by one of his enemies to control alien technology.


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