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Batman stars in "Double Cross-Fire!" When a bank robbery goes wrong, a security man shoots an innocent customer by mistake and the crooks flee in panic. A case of accidental death? Commissioner Gordon thinks so, but Batman isn't convinced. Watching the video playback of the events, Batman tracks the grief stricken security guard and finds him not so grief stricken after all. The whole thing had been a set up: the security man was a hitman, and he got his target. The bank robbery was just a cover. What clued Batman in that there was something wrong was a stopped clock on the wall. The clock had been stopped by a bullet from the gun of one of the bandits. Batman deduced that there was no way the robbers could miss the guard so badly if they intended to hit him. With that in mind, he tracks the "robbers" and the murderer.
In "Batgirl's last case," its the eve of the election and a pensive Barbara wonders if the electorate will turn out for her. While her campaign team are doing their best, ringing round everyone they can think of, an underworld cartel are warning people off voting for Babs. The same gang suffered at the hands of Batgirl and Jason Bard recently and knowing that Bard and Babs are linked, they want revenge. That revenge doesn't stop there - the gang arranges for "Barbara" to meet Bard, but when he reaches the agreed location, he is set upon by two hoods. Just in time Batgirl arrives to save the day. The underworld gang are imprisoned, Babs is elected and she jets off to Washington D.C.
This issue also features Sierra Smith in "Case of the Teetering Towers!" from Dale Evans Comics #7 and "The cop who shot 1000 crooks" from Gangbusters # 47.