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As of , it moved to the adventures of the Bruce Wayne Batman and his son Damian. Written by Peter J. Streets of Gotham - A series written by Paul Dini that features the new Batman and Robin in the eyes of other characters. Also features a back-up feature starring Kate Spencer, the current Manhunter. After a short initial run it was relaunched with the New 52, where it lasted until Batgirl - A series about Barbara Gordon after she regains the use of her legs after the events of " The Killing Joke ".
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Takes place in the NEW The first focused on Todd along with Arsenal and Starfire. This title split into two - Red Hood Arsenal and Starfire. Batwoman - The solo series of Katherine "Kate" Kane, who originally debuted in Arkham Manor - a six-issue mini-series that had Batman keeping an eye on the former Wayne Manor when it was repossesed during the events of Batman Eternal. Comic Storylines. Critically acclaimed, it spawned a slew of sequels Batman: Year Two , Batman: Year Three , the continuity of both being debatable and mini-series that take place afterwards.
It also created a massive Continuity Snarl which was more-or-less, albeit uneasily, taken care of later , as far as erasing Batgirl from canon and introducing a new offspring for Commissioner Gordon, as well as a controversial new origin for Catwoman where she is a former prostitute. In the process, Joker kills Jason Todd and his mother and ultimately finds immunity waiting for him in Iran, who offer to make him their ambassador in exchange for him poisoning the entire UN with Joker gas. Superman stops the gas attack and Batman beats the crap out of the Joker, who gets shot by a stray bullet from his Iranian henchmen, and his plane crashes into the ocean.
Famous for the fact that Jason's fate was decided by a "" call-in phone poll. When Dick refuses, it's up to Tim to take up the dominoed mask and save the two from Two-Face, setting up the stage for Tim to become the third Robin. This forces Bruce to promote his latest sidekick Azrael to Batman status, which backfires due to Azrael having still not shaken the effects of being brainwashed into becoming an assassin and ultimately forces Bruce when he's recovered to face him down to reclaim the cape and cowl.
In the former, Gotham has to deal with an outbreak of Ebola-A and chronicles Batman's attempts to help contain and cure the virus. After which, in the latter, Ra's Al Ghul makes his return to the Batman books as he unleashes a massive plague upon Gotham City, as a test run to unleashing the virus upon humanity. But victory ultimately depends on Poison Ivy whose blood holds the cure for the virus and Bane who has been recruited by Ra's Al Ghul to marry his daughter helping Batman and his crew in saving the world.
Government, rather than rebuild, orders the city sealed off. As Batman and his crew struggle to keep the peace, it soon becomes apparent that Lex Luthor is behind the government turning its back on Gotham City. With no government in the city, Luthor plans on destroying all records of land ownership, to claim the city as his own but fails when Batman stops him though he is unable to prove to the world what Lex did.
Officer Down - It's a normal night in Gotham City, until a lucky punk has shot Commissioner Gordon and all of Gotham City's finest are looking for the shooter. Bruce Wayne: Murderer? Government in protest. In revenge, Lex orders Bruce Wayne's girlfriend murdered and Bruce framed for the deed. The story deals with an alliance with new Bat-foe Hush and the Riddler after the latter figures out Batman's identity. While Hush had Batman run the gauntlet with much of his Rogues Gallery , a figure appearing to be a resurrected Jason Todd appears to confuse Batman.
In the end, Hush's identity is revealed to be Bruce Wayne's childhood friend, Thomas Elliot, who has decided to harbor a deep hatred over Bruce's "gifted childhood" AKA the dead parents. The buzz over the appearance of the supposed Jason Todd lead to "Under The Hood" where Judd Winick detailed the rise of a new Red Hood, which was originally held by the man who would become the Joker. Upon the discovery that the Red Hood was indeed Jason returned from the dead , angry that Batman replaced him and didn't kill his "killer" , Batman has to stop his adopted son and former ward 's Roaring Rampage of Revenge.
Batman: War Games and War Crimes - Spoiler decided to prove to Batman she was worthy of being the newest Robin by taking one of his plans and engaging in a massive Batman Gambit against all of Gotham's gangs that goes horribly wrong. The result? The story was almost immediately followed up with War Crimes , which tried to retcon the story by saying it was longtime Batman ally Leslie Thompkins who withheld medical treatment from Stephanie, and then Infinite Crisis warped reality within months of the publication of War Crimes.
War Crimes was erased from canon and replaced with a scenario where Thompkins, with Batman's permission, faked Stephanie's death to protect her from further reprisals from Black Mask.
All titles are connected by a large overarching storyline, and Morrison himself says that he intends for this group of titles to be part of a series. Batman and Son : Batman discovers that his one-time sexual encounter with Talia Al Ghul left her pregnant. And now, several years later, she's dropping off her son on Batman's doorsteps so that he can teach the kid how to be a great man, as she prepares to take over the world with her army of Manbat Ninjas. Introduces Damian Wayne to the Batman universe. The Three Ghosts of Batman : Bruce faces off against three psychotic Batman impersonators a marksman, a steroid-fueled behemoth, and a raving Satanic killer with ties to a cadre of corrupt police officers and a mysterious military experiment that Bruce himself took part in years ago.
A prelude to Batman: R. P that introduces Dr. Simon Hurt, the leader of the Black Glove organization. Notable for giving us a glimpse of a possible future where Damian has become the new Batman. The Black Glove : Batman's weekend vacation with a cadre of international superheroes he inspired takes a turn for the worst when the mysterious "Black Glove" destroys their transportation off an island, so that they can be killed off one by one. Batman R. Upon the activation of a mental safeguard in the case of such a scenario, the personality of "the Batman of Zur-En-Arrh" keeps Batman functioning until his mind repairs the damage and stops the Black Glove from killing him and invading Gotham City.
Upon confronting the leader in an escaping helicopter, Batman becomes "cursed" to die the next time he wears the cape and cowl.
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After escaping the helicopter crash, Batman is summoned by Superman to investigate the death of a God Battle For The Cowl not written by Morrison, but fits into the overarching story - Bruce Wayne is dead, and a great void has been created in Gotham City. A war on two fronts has started that the Bat-Family must deal with: the recently escaped Rogues Gallery from Arkham, along with the various gangs and factions trying to claim Gotham as their own; and the appearance of a mysterious masked "Batman", who holds no qualms for murder eventually revealed to be Jason Todd.
Dick takes over the mantle of the Bat, and Damian becomes the new Robin while Tim heals from his injuries. Threats facing them are Jason Todd and a new Black Mask, along with new villains such as Professor Pyg and his army of circus freak show villains and the assassin known as "The Flamingo".
The Return of Bruce Wayne : The title says it all. Until it happens, we're treated to Bruce Wayne's displaced adventures in time, where he suits up in period-specific Bat-costumes and fights pirates and cavemen and stuff, due to continually being shunted around the timestream. Oh, and Superman says his return will bring about the end of the world Vicki Vale seeks to reveal the identities of the Bat-Family to the world, but Ra's ah Ghul refuses to let her do so and seeks to kill her.
Batman, Inc. He, Oracle , Jim Gordon, and Tim Drake continue the good fight against evil auctioneers, nefarious car salesmen, pirates, and baby formula truck drivers. Night of the Owls : Batman as of the New A shadowy organization known as The Court of Owls, basically Gotham City's Illuminati, are trying to take back Gotham City, using pseudo-immortal assassins as their footsoldiers. Death of the Family : After a year-long absence, The Joker returns to Gotham with a torn-off face and gunning for Batman's allies. Gothtopia : All of Gotham except Batman believes Gotham to be a Sugar Bowl Utopia , though as the facade falls apart , the Scarecrow enacts a further scheme for control of the populace.
Unlike Year One , it has direct involvement of several classic villains, with The Riddler in particular serving as Gotham City's first supervillain and the arc's Big Bad , and has tie-in crossovers with many other heroes. Replaces Year One as the official Batman story. Robin War : A storyline that pits Damian Wayne against a group of teens who proclaims themselves Robin, dragging in the previous Robin title-bearers and the brand new Batman in the process.
And along with Watchmen , it helped start the Dark Age of comics. The Batman of Arkham - An Elseworld story set in By day, Bruce Wayne is the benevolent head psychiatrist of Arkham Asylum. By night, he prowls the streets as Batman to defeat those who would eventually become his patients. This book is a major influence over all adaptations of the Joker following it. Notable for featuring Batgirl being crippled, paving the way for her reinvention as "Oracle", super-hacker extraordinaire. He kidnaps, tortures, and drugs Batman to convert him and use him against the very city he swore to protect.
An unholy force has taken over the asylum, forcing Batman to have to storm the place and save the staff. Notable for giving the back story behind the place, and it definitely wasn't pretty. Arkham Asylum: Living Hell : A limited series that focuses on the hellish environment inside the walls of Arkham Asylum from the viewpoint of Warren White, a white collar criminal who declares himself insane to escape jailtime, only to find himself in Arkham, and is eventually driven insane by the other inmates , transforming him into the villain The Great White Shark.
Also notable for focusing mostly on the C-list villains, as well as small time inmates created for the series, such as Humpty Dumpty, Death Rattle, Doodlebug and Lunkhead. They lead directly into Mainly an attempt to re-write the original Joker story with the modern characterization of the Joker. The story itself involves a serial killer named "Holiday" bumping off members of Carmine "The Roman" Falcone's mob on various holidays.
It also features the story of how Bruce Wayne adopted Dick Grayson, who dons the Robin identity at the end of the story. Batman: Thrillkiller - An Elseworlds limited series taking place in The '60s , in an alternate timeline where Bruce Wayne became a police officer after his parents' murder and Barbara Gordon inherited Wayne Manor after a penniless Bruce sold it. Gotham Underground - A limited series that focuses on the effects of the Countdown to Final Crisis on Batman's rogues gallery, not to mention the recent death of Black Mask.
While the rest of the Bat-family struggle to prevent a gang war from breaking out, Batman - undercover as a henchman - winds up in prison. By the end of the series, Penguin finds himself Batman's informant - whether he likes it or not. Joker - Another one-shot, written by Brian Azzarello, detailing the Joker's release from Arkham and his subsequent rise and fall.
The Bat himself makes only a short but effective appearance.
Quite a few similarities between the Joker depicted within and Heath Ledger 's portrayal in The Dark Knight , but this is coincidental, this being written a good bit before the film was released. Batman Beyond - Based off the Batman Beyond animated series continuity. It started out as a six-part miniseries, but became an ongoing series in Gotham by Gaslight - This is now considered the first DC Elseworld title; though not originally called such, it is labelled an official Elseworld in subsequent re-printings. In it, all of the key characters and events of Batman's origin have come to pass in the Victorian age.
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