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Believing himself to be the reincarnation of the Greek God Zeus, mad shipping magnate Maxie Zeus hijacks an experimental electron cannon. Mounting the weapon atop his penthouse, Maxie plans to rain 'lightning bolts' down on the wicked mortals' below. After breaking into the building, Batman must under go a series of Herculean challenges before finally confronting Maxie for control of the deadly cannon.
Zeus: Now this is truly Olympus! Surely it can be no other place. There's beautiful Demeter, goddess of the harvest! And double-faced Janus, lord of beginnings and endings! And merry Hermes, the trickster of the gods! Now, at last, mighty Zeus is home!
Zeus: Like the shadow of ebon-winged night, he rises from the dark realm. Behold, the coming of my brother, Lord Hades!
Zeus: Be gone, Lord Hades! Get thee back to thy own realm. Do not come again to Olympus until bidden!
Batman: I think I get the message...
At the end of the episode Zeus recognises Two-Face as Janus. However, Janus is a figure in Roman mythology, not Greek as Zeus and the other mythological figures he mentions throughout the episode.