Warning: this next section makes less than zero sense. It may hurt your brain unless lubricated by generous amounts of alcohol. You have been warned.
So, Batman, unaware of all the shenanigans across the pond, has actually found a vital clue in his hunt for the mad bomber:
See, the mad bomber calls himself Lucifer, after his master...
Anyway, Batman uses his extensive knowledge of Gotham to track down the Kiki in the picture, and:
A dance hall? Really? What is this, the 1930s??
It's a good thing Bruce Wayne is rich, huh? Sadly, it's not money well-spent, because Kiki is not terribly helpful...
Then again, Batman's not very nice, even if he did just waste $10.
Meanwhile,back in England...remember how the Batman statue acts like a giant, crazy voodoo doll? Well, that's about to come into play again, because Sgt. Rock has located the statue, hidden in plain sight amongst the rotating statues in a Scottish clock tower:
But in the ensuing gun battle, the clock tower is struck, and the statue starts spinning out of control.
Which means, of course:
Now, why Kiki pulls a gun and starts blasting away like a lunatic is something that a) makes little sense and b) never explained by Bob Haney. But it is a delightfully daffy scene...
Anyway, Kiki must be an awful shot, and the whirling dervish Batman crashes out the window:
So, of course, the same thing happens to the Bat-statue:
And together they go "boom".
I warned you none of that was going to make sense...
From The Brave And The Bold Special (a.k.a. DC Specials Series #8) (1978)