“MURDER BY THUNDERBOLT.” Batman tries to stop some old cohorts of Maxie Zeus from dying when they try to take over his mobs, while Zeus himself is in Arkham Asylum.
- "Murder by Thunderbolt" (Batman) written by Denny O'Neil, penciled by Don Newton, inked by Dan Adkins, lettered by John Workman and colored by Adrienne Roy.
- "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Contract!" (Human Target) written by Len Wein, penciled and inked by Dick Giordano, lettered by Ben Oda and colored by Glynis Wein.
- "Crime Calls Killer Moth!" (Batgirl) written by Jack C. Harris, penciled by Don Heck, inked by Joe Giella, lettered by Ben Oda and colored by Gene D'Angelo.
- "The Hospitable Hostage!" (Alfred) written by Bob Rozakis, penciled by George Tuska, inked by Bob Smith, lettered by Gaspar and colored by Tatjana.
- "Fear Times Four" "Robin the Teen Wonder" (Robin) written by Jack C. Harris, penciled by Kurt Schaffenberger, inked by Jack Abel, lettered by Milt Snapinn and colored by Jerry Serpe.
- Issued dated October/November 1979.
- 64 pages with ads.
- This issue contains the Hostess Superhero Ad, Wonder Woman in "Wonder Woman Saves the Astronauts".
- Joker cameo appearance in "Murder by Thunderbolt."
- Batmobile destroyed in "Murder by Thunderbolt."
- Batman is in a race against time when he tries to solve a "Murder by Thunderbolt"
- Christopher Chance is in deep trouble with two of The Sea Devils when he takes on "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Contract!"
- Batgirl is up to her cowl in trouble when "Crime Calls Killer Moth!"
- Alfred is on his own when he becomes "The Hospitable Hostage!"
- Robin must deal with the Scarecrow in "Fear Times Four"