In the farmland outside Gotham City, all the farm animals are under the control of the Mad Catter, who is making them behave in bizarre ways and steal all the crops--can the Batcow defeat this mad kitty?
The Joker has taken over a new candy store in Gotham and plans to swindle all the city's children out of their allowances--will Robin and his two super-pets, Ace the Bat Hound and Robin Robin, be able to stop him?
When Swamp Thing is called away to help with a fire elsewhere, Solomon Grundy and his zombie pets decide to take over the swamp--and it is up to Ace the Bat-Hound and the Swamp-Pets to repel the invasion.
Ray Palmer has found a way to shrink himself and his dog Spot to atomic size and become the superhero Atom--so when friend and rival Doris Zeul comes up with a way of increasing her size and becomes Giganta, it is up to Atom and Spot to convince her of the error of her ways.
Bizzarro, a not-very-bright duplicate of Superman, yearns to become a hero--and with some help from a pair of children he gets his chance when Metallo, a metallic monster with a kryptonite core, threatens Superman and Metropolis.
"Gotham's most dangerous criminals are on the loose! After the Joker breaks out the city's nastiest villains from Arkham Asylum, Batman must act fast to locate the inmates and return them to custody. With Robin at his side, can Batman stop each and every one of these evildoers before it's too late?"--P.  of cover.
"When migratory birds fail to return to Gotham and a rash of very strange crimes hits, Batman is able to determine a single culprit: the Penguin. The villain has been training birds in his underground aviary and sending them out to do his bidding. The Dark Knight must fight off and free the feathered flunkies before he can capture the turkey behind it all"--Page  of cover.
Athena, Gia, and their mothers are camping at the Skull Valley Campground making smores when a talking bat gets tangled in Gia's hair, and two pale and spooky strangers appear out of nowhere--but these vampires are looking for something sweeter than blood.
When third-grader Billy Burger gets into a fight with the Randy, the school bully, he is suspended, and his parents, while sympathetic, assign him to volunteer for the Shake-a-paw Animal Shelter, which is not so bad, except for the dog poop--and proves to have unexpected benefits when the Randy corners him in an alley.