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Return of Bruce Wayne, issue 5

Today, Bruce Wayne gets closer to the present as he navigates through 1960s Gotham City and helps to investigate the murder of his parents along with a mysterious dame. Film Noir styled Batman? Yeah, I’m game.

A look at DC Comic’s official description:

Bruce Wayne finds himself in the hard-boiled streets of Gotham City’s past. Will his adventure as a private investigator help him take one step closer to the present day?

The issue was written by Grant Morrison, with art by Ryan Sook and the cover by Andy Kubert.

Posted on October 13th, 2010 by ThePit | Leave a Comment
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Earlier this week, Batman #683 hit comic stands from DC Comics, writer Grant Morrison, and artist Lee Garbett, with a cover by Alex Ross. The new issue follows up on the recent “Batman RIP” storyline that saw the death of Bruce Wayne.

DC Comics’ Official Description: This special two-part tale narrated by Sir Alfred Pennnyworth reflects upon the life and times of Gotham City’s most celebrated citizen – and hints at what’s next for The Dark Knight. Grant Morrison delivers a story of past memories, present heartache and future promises. A spectacular, unforgettable farewell to The Dark Knight, mixing memory, dream and speculation as Alfred closes the casebook on the greatest crimefighter of all time. With guest appearances by Batman friends and foes from every era of Batman’s history, this epic adventure cannot be missed.

To check out four preview pages from the new issue, continue reading.

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Posted on December 27th, 2008 by ThePit | Leave a Comment
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