During a party for Batman's crime-fighting anniversary, the Riddler appears and nabs a golden calf filled with money for charity. His next target is the Gotham City Bank, which he floods for an underwater robbery. Although Batman and Robin try to stop him, the villain makes a clean getaway, leaving only a final riddle that stumps the Caped Crusaders. They discover all too late that his next move is an attempt to destroy them, this time with deadly quicksand disguised as strawberry icing atop a giant cake. Written by
Did You Know?
The Riddler floods a bank so that he can raid the vault in scuba gear, a scheme he pulled in his very first comic book appearance in Detective Comics 140 (October 1948). See more
When explaining the pie puzzle at the beginning, Bruce Wayne says that the line he just drew resulted in seven 'slices'. This is impossible as any line bisecting a circle always results in an even number of sections, the result of doubling the number of sections. The first line makes two sections, the second line four sections, and the third line would be six sections and so on. See more
Holy cryptology, what was that all about?
I don't know, Dick. The Commissioner is not given to unnecessary alarm.