There is a series of violent murders in Gotham City. But what is their connection to each other? It’s left up to Dick Grayson (the Batman) and his partners Batwoman and Robin to find out. Meanwhile, Isolation, Alaska, begins to get dangerous for the amnesiac Bruce Wayne.
It’s been a week since Bruce Wayne’s death, and Dick Grayson still hasn’t worked up the nerve to become the new Batman for real. Who better than his old Titans pal Arsenal to prod him into action when the Penguin hits the streets of Gotham City?
As the clues all point to Two-Face being behind the recent crimes, it’s up to Batman and his allies to guess who his next victims will be. Has the real target all along been Bruce Wayne himself?
Someone is committing murders in Gotham City, and the Caped Crusader and his allies are hunting them down! But what connection could two separate massacres and two separate thefts have in common?
by Martin Maenza
During the twenty-four hour period that the five Earths are merged, a detective convention in Las Vegas turns serious when the costumed villain Angle Man is found dead. Who killed him and why? Five famed detectives and one policewoman — Jonni Thunder, Jonny Double, Harvey Bullock, Christopher Chance, Angel O’Day, and Liza Warner — are about to find out. Guest starring Earth-Four’s Michael Mauser. This Crisis crossover is inspired by a scene in Crisis on Infinite Earths #11!
by JSAGL, with Martin Maenza, partially adapted from The Brave and the Bold #61 and #62 by Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson
The team of Starman and Black Canary in the mid-1960s was a memorable one, but why was it so short-lived? As the second Black Canary recalls her mother’s adventures with the Starman of Earth-Two, she also remembers how close Dinah Drake Lance was with Ted Knight, and how their ill-advised affair shaped their lives for years to come.
When the Schemer, a forgotten foe of Batman, tries to destroy his team through the use of super-villains who duplicate the Outsiders’ powers, they are branded as public enemies! Even worse, the Schemer has a powerful pawn at his disposal with the alien hero called Volar. But the Schemer’s failing to heed a fortune-teller’s warning proves his undoing!
In the aftermath of the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the ensuing Resurrection Night (BATMAN #400), and Swamp Thing’s rampage (SWAMP THING #53), Gotham City was left a shambles. While the Secret Six worked to round up most of the escaped super-villains, Batman was noticeably absent. Find out why, as Batman sets out to find a missing Robin, and together they tangle with what could become the deadliest case in their careers.