Bruce Wayne intends to adopt the orphaned Jason Todd, but the devilish Nocturna also has her sights set on the young Boy Wonder. And when she proposes a union with the handsome billionaire, Batman learns that the Thief of Night is not one to share Nocturna's affection.
The First Day of Spring part 2, continued from BATMAN (1940-2011) #384. After Batman forbids Robin from participating in the capture of Calendar Man, the Boy Wonder takes off on his own. Continued in BATMAN (1940-2011) #385.
Continued from Batman (1940-2011) #386. Black Mask takes revenge on his former mistress Circe. Plus, Green Arrow faces off against Bonfire, who has trapped Black Canary in a burning building. Continued in Batman (1940-2011) #387.
Continued from Batman (1940-2011) #390. The city of Gotham suffers from the seemingly endless red rainfall from the Crisis. Meanwhile, Batman convinces himself and the ailing Catwoman that he is in love with her. Continued in Batman (1940-2011) #391.
Continued from Batman (1940-2011) #396. Batman, Robin, Catwoman, and Detective Harvey Bullock continue their pursuit of the Film Freak, who seeks revenge against those who didn't help advance his career.
Extra-sized Anniversary issue! A mystery brings together the greatest sleuths of our time: Batman and Robin, Elongated-Man, Bradley P.I., and the greatest sleuth of all time, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes.
Batman: Year Two part 1! In a story that takes place in the Batman's early years, The Dark Knight comes face-to-face with the Reaper, a vigilante who has become judge, jury, and executioner to the criminal underworld.
Batman pursues the Reaper, a diabolical menace to the criminal underworld as well as the Gotham P.D. But when Batman strikes a deal with Gotham's criminal element, he comes face-to-face with Joe Chill, the man who murdered Bruce Wayne's parents. "Batman: Year Two" part 2.
Batman has reasons to believe that the 'Harvey Dent' committing a rash of robberies may in fact be an impostor. Will he discover the truth before Jason Todd finally takes revenge on the man who killed his father?
Rite of Passage conclusion. Batman has finally learned where the Obeah Man is holding Tim Drake's parents captive and races to the rescue--but will he arrive too late to prevent the young Tim from experiencing the loss of his parents?
Special 80-page anniversary issue! Celebrating the Dark Knight's 600th appearance in the pages of Detective Comics, relive Batman's origin from Detective Comics #27 with the original tale and updated versions exploring the Caped Crusader throughout the ages.
Bruce Wayne awakens below the surface of the Gotham River with no memory of how he wound up there. Upon returning to Wayne Manor he finds no trace of the Batcave, and Alfred without any knowledge of his master's crime fighting career.