Ace the Bat-Hound

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Ace the Bat-Hound is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as the canine crime-fighting partner of Batman and Robin.wikipedia
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Batman (comic book)

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Ace debuted in Batman #92 (cover-dated July 1955) and was created by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff.
Bill Finger and Moldoff introduced Ace the Bat-Hound in #92 (June 1955).

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Ace the Bat-Hound is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as the canine crime-fighting partner of Batman and Robin.
The Batman titles, under editor Jack Schiff, introduced the successful Batwoman, Bat-Girl, Ace the Bat-Hound, and Bat-Mite in an attempt to modernize the strip with non-science-fiction elements.

Sheldon Moldoff

Ace debuted in Batman #92 (cover-dated July 1955) and was created by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff.
He co-created the Batman supervillains Poison Ivy, Mr. Freeze, the second Clayface, and Bat-Mite, as well as the original heroes Bat-Girl, Batwoman, and Ace the Bat-Hound.

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Ace the Bat-Hound is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as the canine crime-fighting partner of Batman and Robin.
New characters such as Batwoman, Ace the Bat-Hound, and Bat-Mite were introduced.

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After Batman is disabled by the villain Bane, Azrael takes over the role and ejects Ace, Nightwing, Robin and Harold Allnut from the Batcaves.
During the story arc Knightsaga, the new Batman, Jean-Paul Valley, ejects Harold, along with Ace the Bat-Hound and Robin, from the main Batcave.

Bat-Mite

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At one point, Ace acquired superpowers thanks to Bat-Mite, but this was short-lived.
In 1964, however, when the Batman titles were revamped under new editor Julius Schwartz, Bat-Mite vanished along with the other extraneous members of the Batman family, such as Batwoman, Bat-Girl, and Ace the Bat-Hound.

Bill Finger

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Ace debuted in Batman #92 (cover-dated July 1955) and was created by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff.
Continuing his Batman work, he and artist Sheldon Moldoff introduced Ace the Bat-Hound in Batman #92 (June 1955), Bat-Mite in Detective Comics #267 (May 1959), Clayface in Detective Comics #298 (December 1961), and Betty Kane, the original Bat-Girl in Batman #139 (April 1961).

Julius Schwartz

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Ace disappeared from the Batman comics after Julius Schwartz took over as editor in 1964.
Under his editorial instructions, Broome and Infantino jettisoned the sillier aspects that had crept into the series such as Ace the Bathound and Bat-Mite and gave the character a "New Look" that premiered in Detective Comics #327 (May 1964).

Ambush Bug: Year None

He cameos in Ambush Bug: Year None.
Through the course of the story, Ambush Bug encounters such DC Comics characters as Yankee Poodle, Egg Fu, Ace the Bat-Hound and 'Mazing Man.

Demolition Team

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He is in Limbo with other "forgotten characters", such as Gunfire, Geist, Hardhat of the Demolition Team and Merryman of the Inferior Five.
Other notables include Ace the Bat-Hound, Geist, Gunfire and Merryman of the Inferior Five.

Krypto

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Ace's creation was inspired by the success of Krypto the Superdog's debut in Adventure Comics #210 (March 1955), and by German Shepherd Dogs from detective films and serials, such as Rin Tin Tin and Ace the Wonder Dog.

Gunfire (comics)

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He is in Limbo with other "forgotten characters", such as Gunfire, Geist, Hardhat of the Demolition Team and Merryman of the Inferior Five.
Gunfire is seen with dozens of other forgotten heroes, such as Ace the Bat-Hound and fellow Bloodlines Geist.

German Shepherd

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Ace's creation was inspired by the success of Krypto the Superdog's debut in Adventure Comics #210 (March 1955), and by German Shepherd Dogs from detective films and serials, such as Rin Tin Tin and Ace the Wonder Dog.
Batman's dog Ace the Bat-Hound appeared in the Batman comic books, initially in 1955, through 1964.

Batman (Terry McGinnis)

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Beyond the vigilante duties as Batman, Terry is also Bruce's chauffeur and provides assistance with Bruce's daily business and personal tasks at his home and office, which also allows him to bond with Bruce's dog Ace when he helps him care for the Great Dane.

Batman Beyond

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Bruce is now an elderly man in his 70s and a recluse living in bitter isolation in Wayne Manor, with no other companion but his guard dog Ace.

Geist (DC Comics)

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He is in Limbo with other "forgotten characters", such as Gunfire, Geist, Hardhat of the Demolition Team and Merryman of the Inferior Five.
Geist is seen with dozens of other forgotten heroes, such as Ace the Bat-Hound and fellow New Blood hero Gunfire.

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

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Great Dane

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Much like the TV show Batman Beyond, a Great Dane named Ace is shown to have been owned by Bruce in his old age.

Tiny Titans

A version of Ace appears in multiple issues of Tiny Titans, a comic created for younger readers.

Batman: Castle of the Bat

In the Elseworlds Frankenstein pastiche Batman: Castle of the Bat, Dr. Bruce Wayne tests his theories by creating a literal Bat-Hound: a dog with some of the attributes of a bat.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

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