Batman #56

    Batman » Batman #56 - Ride, Bat-Hombre, Ride! released by DC Comics on December 1949.

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    Ride, Bat-Hombre, Ride! last edited by deactivated-62e5b6c75b65e on 07/10/22 12:54AM View full history

    1. "RIDE, BAT-HOMBRE, RIDE": (Batman) Batman thwarts the attempted assassination of the visiting president of a small South American country and is asked to come there and train a batman for his country. the dynamic duo flies down and tests many candidates before finally finding someone who could work but he turns out to be working for the gang leader they were training him to fight.
    2. "THE RIDDLE OF THE SEVEN BIRDS": (Batman) Penguin testifies against another con to get a shorter sentence and is released on the same day that man is executed. that man left him $250,000 in bonds if he commits crimes using 7 birds that spell out his name. Batman catches him but he gets the bonds which turn out to be counterfeits he himself had printed.
    3. LITTLE PETE: (humor strip)
    4. "W-H-O-O-S-H AND YOUR THERE": (text story)
    5. "CASEY THE COP": (humor strip)

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