"The Penguin purchases Gotham's largest media company. Meanwhile, a crime wave hits the city. Batman soon learns that these events are related. After the Dark Knight stops a crime, the Penguin's TV news channel edit the security tapes and police reports to make Batman look like a criminal. People begin to fear the Dark Knight. If he can't prove his innocence, the hero will end up in prison, and the Penguin will fly free"--P.  of cover.
"Billionaire Bruce Wayne is asked to support the military's newest weapon, the ParaBomb X, a high-tech orb that emits a paralyzing light. But during the weapon's demonstration, a general grabs the orb, crashes through the window, and falls to the street below. Bruce Wayne is stunned. When he looks down at the street, he sees the thief turn into a gooey pile of mud and slip down a storm drain with the stolen weapon. He wasn't a general at all--he was...
"While researching the Arctic for a school project, Robin discovers that something is heating the glaciers--and it's not just global warming. With Batman's help, Robin discovers that the evil Rā's al Ghūl is behind the environmental disruption. The Dynamic Duo head to the Arctic to stop his evil plan and prevent an ecological disaster"--Unedited summary from book.
"It's Valentine's Day in Gotham, but not everyone is celebrating. Victor Fries (aka Mr. Freeze) has never gotten over the death of his wife, Nora, and he's not about to let anyone enjoy this painful holiday. Only Batman can stop the cold-hearted criminal before Victor refrigerates the entire city"--Unedited summary from book.
"The evil puppet Scarface and his wiseguys just pulled off one of the biggest heists in Gotham history. But there's a rat among the thieves, and the loose lips are helping Batman crack the case. Has the Ventriloquist betrayed his wooden creation to the Dark Knight"--Unedited summary from book.
Junior high school student Tim Drake is tired of being being a hero-in-training. He's ready to become the full-time sidekick of Batman, Gotham's greatest crime fighter. The Dark Knight, however, has one final test for his anxious apprentice, and it won't be easy. Tim will need the help of Nightwing, Batman's former partner, to complete the timely task and become the next Robin.
Barbara Gordon and Tim Drake are attending a Halloween costume party at Graves Mansion dressed as their secret identities (Batgirl and Robin) when Catwoman strikes, stealing the priceless Black Cat Diamond--but with so many guests dressed up as either superheroes or supervillains the two young crime fighters will have to separate the real villain from her many imitators if they hope to retrieve the valuable prize.
"Batman has been kidnapped by the Riddler! The crook has left behind one of his infamous riddles, addressed to Robin. If Robin can solve the puzzle, he will locate the Caped Crusader, but that first riddle leads to another. Then the Riddler turns off all the lights in Gotham City. What, Robin wonders, is the point? When will the riddles end? If the Boy Wonder cannot find his partner by the next sunrise, Batman will be gone forever"--P.  of cover....
"The Joker... escapes from Arkham Asylum and tricks Batman into following him into an old warehouse. But the building has been remodeled into the Joker's fun house. Batman must... outwit clown robots and escape deadly amusement rides to make sure that the Joker does not have the last laugh"--P.  of cover.
"Many years after the death of his parents, Bruce Wayne comes face to face with their murderer, Joe Chill. While chasing down this cold-blooded crook, Bruce recalls the story of his own past and the evolution of his alter ego-- Batman"--Unedited summary from book.