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Batman: Bruce Wayne Fugitive TP (New Edition)

Batman: Bruce Wayne Fugitive TP (New Edition) (Paperback)

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Synopsis

Indicted for killing his sometime girlfriend Vesper Fairchild, Bruce Wayne

is sent to Blackgate Prison...only to escape, launching a citywide manhunt! Now,

Batman has gone to ground - renouncing his true identity and operating

deeper in the shadows than ever before. It falls to his extended family -

Nightwing, Robin, Oracle, Batgirl, Spoiler, and Alfred - to figure out who

really committed the murder. While the clues point to a possible setup, no one

can deny that those same clues might point to Batman's actual guilt. This new, single-volume edition includes never-before-reprinted stories.

Collects Batman #603-607, Detective Comics #768-775,

Batman: Gotham Knights #29-32, and Batgirl #29 and #33.

Children'sFiction & true storiesComics or graphic novelsFiction & PoetryGraphic NovelsGraphic novels: superheroes Publisher: DC Comics Publication Date: 15/07/2014 ISBN-13: 9781401246822  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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A one-time cartoonist, Ed Brubaker has been working as a writer since the early 1990s, and in that time his work has won several awards, including both the Harvey and Eisner Awards for Best Writer in 2007, and has been translated around the world. His comics credits include BATMAN, CATWOMAN, GOTHAM CENTRAL and SLEEPER for DC/WildStorm and Daredevil, Captain America and Criminal for Marvel.

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