A criminal thrillseeker named Roxy Rocket gets Batman stuck in her wild goose chase.
When in trouble from stealing a statue from a cat cult lead by Thomas Blake, Catwoman turns to Batman for help.
After a failed demonstration of his animal growth hormones, that make animals larger than humanly imagined, he is forced to seize his activities, and get rid of his animals. Angered by his wasted money spent to create them, and his lack of money, he finds a way to solve both problems.
A series of crimes have been going on, that have been commited by animals. Nightwing has an encounter with one of these animals who he remembers from his old circus. But who really is behind it all?
Dick tells Tim the story of what led to his decision to leave Batman and the Robin mantle behind to go on his own.
Three young friends tell of their interpretation of Batman and his various adventures.
Livewire has escaped from Metropolis and is on the loose in Gotham. Batgirl teams up with Supergirl to stop Livewire as well as her two new friends, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, from making a quick buck.
Bruce meets a woman of which he believes to be perfect, so he marries her, and gives up being Batman, but he begins to wonder about her perfection...
A new "hero", dressed as a judge, reaks havoc in Gotham, nearly killing every villian.
While filming a documentary about the origins of the Joker at the very same chemical plant in which the criminal madman was created, Jack Ryder takes a similar swim, but his exposure to Joker's laughing gas creates a whole different creature. As Batman tries to find and restore the news reporter, the Joker gets jealous that his attention is getting stolen.
The Joker and Harley have always been an odd pair, but when Batman causes the Joker too much grief, Harley takes matters into her own hands.