Bat-Mite makes his second appearance in this Bill Finger/Sheldon Moldoff tale from Detective 276 (Feb. 60).
In this, and his first appearance, Batman keeps convincing the criminals that the odd things that happened when Bat-Mite was around were hallucinations, but Batwoman discovers that Bat-Mite is real. As she does not bark at him like Batman does, Bat-Mite decides to hang out with Batwoman and help her fight crime.
She also finds the imp’s help frustrating, but there is a feel-good thing permeating this, so no one stays angry for long, no matter what Bat-Mite does. I think that’s part of his powers.
Together, Batman, Robin, Batwoman and Bat-Mite stop the Hobby Robbers, the villains whose activity was pretty much completely overwhelmed by the guest stars.
A man approaches Roy Raymond, announcing that he has created a hoax, but still challenging Roy to expose it in this Ruben Moreira story.
Roy cannot pass up such an interesting proposal, so he and Karen go along, as the man claims to be transporting them to an alien world. Roy eventually realizes they really are on an alien planet.
He then exposes the man as an alien, and the story abruptly shifts into high gear, as the alien tries to kill Roy and Karen, who use jets to fly to safety. Another alien shows up and stops the first, explaining that they had a bet as to whether the first could fool Roy Raymond about being human. They watched the broadcasts of Impossible But True on their home planet.