This issue features Egghead. Jeff Parker's script creates what could have been an epic third season episode. Egghead evolves himself to the point of having several futuristic mental powers. He is able to will Batman and Robin to devolve back into cavemen. He then takes the spoils of crimes committed by Mr Freeze and the Riddler. With such ease, Egghead realises nothing is a challenge for him. When the cavemen Batman and Robin, who aren't grunting brutes, but still have most of their mental faculties, figure out Egghead's lair, and break in, giving a performance of stereotypical mindless cavemen, Egghead realises he needs Batman as he was for mental challenge. He wills the Dynamic Duo back to their normal state, and collapses from the strain. Batman then quickly reverses Egghead evolution, retuning him to normal also. It kind of off beat to see anyone with superpowers in this setting, as the TV series was fairly grounded in reality in regards to such things. While Parker turned in a better script than usual, it's still third season quality. I cannot stress enough this series needs to get away from the second and third season it has settled in, and get back to first season style storytelling. Parker can't seem to do that. Again I emphasize that Andy Fish should be brought is as the writer for this series. This issues artwork is by Brent Schoonover, and he turns in a better assignment than some of the more recent artists. Overall, this issue earns a C+.