Batman: Bruce Wayne - Fugitive (New Edition) (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)

Batman: Bruce Wayne - Fugitive (New Edition) (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)

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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 now 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 did commit 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.

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ISBN-13: 9781401253721
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 07/15/2014
Sold by: DC Comics
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 903,344
File size: 180 MB
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About the Author

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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Batman: Bruce Wayne - Fugitive (New Edition) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
GregCastro More than 1 year ago
A fitting conclusion to the storyline, with a mostly satisfying answer to the question of who framed Bruce. Scott McDaniel's art features throughout, and does a nice job of highlighting the drama of the story while also keeping things firmly rooted in the pulpy Batman world. One issue towards the end, entitled 24/7 and written by Devin Grayson, actually manages to be the most satisfying issue of the whole storyline. An enjoyable collection overall. 
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
As with most Bat-family crossovers, this has some meandering parts and questionable creative decisions but overall this is an interesting segment of Bruce's life. Not surprisingly the best issue was the Brubaker/Phillips collaboration. Its an idea that I'm not sure has been touched on before. My one main problem with this is that we didn't get to see the GCPD or even federal side of the "Fugitive" part of the story. Sure, the next volume could have it, but it shouldn't been in the first. That said, I look forward to reading that next volume.