"Man-Bat Fugitive from Blind Justice" from Man-Bat #2 (DC, 1976) by Martin Pasko, Pablo Marcos and R. Villamonte
Neal Adams drew Man-Bat's first appearance in Detective Comics #400, which almost certainly contributed to his initial popularity. A monthly series came up in '76 when DC was pretty much throwing everything at the wall to see what would stick. Unlike bat wings in hair, however, Man-Bat didn't. Two issues and that's it. Two issues that might as well have been Batman Family archive material for all the connective tissue they had. Sorry Man-Bat, your names are just in the wrong order for real mainstream success. That, and you decided to face off against the Ten-Eyed Man.