Batman (1940 - 2011) Issues
No Man's Land part 19 and "Mark of Cain" part 1! One of the world's deadliest assassins has been dispatched to No Man's Land to kill one of its denizens. And the only person that stands in his way is a mysterious, seemingly mute young female agent of Oracle, one who may have ties to the assassin himself. Featuring the first appearance of Cassandra Cain! Continued in DETECTIVE COMICS (1937-2011) #734.
No Man's Land part 23 and "Fruit of the Earth" part 2, continued from BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #88. After battling to enter Robinson Park, Batman and Robin must fight Clayface to free the enslaved Poison Ivy and gain access to a Batcave buried deep within Ivy's paradise. Continued in DETECTIVE COMICS (1937-2011) #735.
No Man's Land part 31 and "The Code" part 1! Harley returns just as the Joker expands his turf over the broken bodies of two warring gangs. While she uses a philosophy called "The Code" to try to manipulate events to her liking, Joker makes a sweeping move that threatens to tip the balance of power. Continued in DETECTIVE COMICS (1937-2011) #737.
No Man's Land part 35, and "Goin' Downtown" part 1. While Two-Face goes to war, Penguin seeks out Batman. Plus, Bane makes a big return, clearing the way for a plan that may prevent The Dark Knight from discovering the means for saving Gotham. Continued in DETECTIVE COMICS #738.
No Man's Land part 43 and "Shellgame" part 1. The rebuilding of Gotham City forces the Joker and Harley Quinn to step back into the spotlight and sabotage the efforts of Gotham's savior, while Pettit and the Strong Men prepare to save the city through extreme measures of their own. Continued in DETECTIVE COMICS (1937-2011) #740.
No Man's Land part 45 and "Endgame" part 2, continued from BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #126. The Joker and Harley are running wild with no Batman in sight, leaving only the Huntress to stand a chance of stopping the Clown Couple of Crime. Continued in DETECTIVE COMICS (1937-2011) #741.
Part 1 of "Bruce Wayne: Fugitive" kicks off in this oversized issue! Bruce Wayne is suspected of murder and is confronted by his allies in the Batcave--resulting in Batman and Nightwing going toe-to-toe in an amazing display of combat between teacher and student that ends with a shocking betrayal!
'Bruce Wayne: Fugitive" part 11, featuring guest-artist Sean Phillips (SLEEPER, Criminal)! The Dark Knight is summoned to the bedside of a dying ex-cop, whose wish is to have Batman solve the one case the cop could never close: the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne! Guest-appearance by Catwoman!
Batman returns to the place that started it all--Crime Alley--to think over the events of recent months including Vesper's murder and his own arrest and escape. A run-in with Catwoman leads to roof hopping across Gotham City and fights with thugs between moments of deep thought.
Just when Batman thought it was safe to swing through the streets of Gotham City again, Deadshot returns with an assignment to take out a key figure in a political cover-up that could rock the DCU. And for Deadshot, this isn't just a job--it's another chance to take Batman down.
Hush Chapter Two: The Friend. Lying near death, Batman must turn to the least likely person from the Bat family for help: the Huntress! Meanwhile, Catwoman continues to hunt down the mysterious individual responsible for wreaking havoc in their lives -- a path that leads her back to Poison Ivy.
Hush Chapter Three: The Beast (In the Mouth of Madness!) Even Arkham can't hold Killer Croc, or at least that's what Batman and Amanda Waller want him to believe. It seems tracking Gotham's most voracious reptile is the only way to find out who stole the 10 million clams. The problem is keeping Croc contained. The streets burn in this City of Shadows as Catwoman turns up the heat.
Hush Chapter Four: The City (Welcome to the Jungle!) Fun in Metropolis! Catwoman and Batman journey to the City of Tomorrow to track down Poison Ivy. This capricious couple thinks it has the upper hand but soon finds Ivy has something--or someone--up her sleeve. And keep your eyes peeled for a mysterious flying hero whose deeds inspired a young Bruce Wayne.