This issue starts with the Hornet and Kato deciding to change tactics on how they are working with the Dynamic Duo. Cut to Batman and Robin, in a death trap set by Joker and Gumm that is a little too similar to the one from The Zodiac Crimes episode, and the escape is likewise similar. After which, the Duo are summoned to Gordon's office, where they are met by The Hornet, Kato, and District Attorney Scanlon (who knows the Hornet's secret identity), to set up a backstory so that Batman can work freely with the Hornet. Meanwhile, Joker and Gumm, in Joker's jet plane hide out, drop a bomb on Gotham. The four heroes, warned about it via Batmobile detect-a-scope, begin evacuating Gotham Central Park, where the bomb is targeted. Batman and the Hornet stay in the park with the Batzooka in an attempt to shoot the bomb out of the sky. Smith and Garman get deducted a point for the rehashed death trap, but they more than make up for it with the bombing of Gotham Park sequence which is the very first time since DC initiated the "Batman '66" franchise to come close to the tone and excitement of the first season episodes. The first half of the book has the usual splendid art by Ty Templeton, but the second half is by Jon Bogdanove, who does a better job than most of the recent artists over in the main Batman '66 title. And, of course, there is the Alex Ross masterpiece cover. This issue earns a B+.