Rise of the Batmen Part 1: The Young and the Brave last edited by Omnipotent94 on 05/08/19 11:39AM View full history


An unknown predator begins outdoing Batman, taking down dangerous threats with military precision. It’s up to the Dark Knight and series costar Batwoman to rally and train the young heroes of Gotham City to end this mysterious threat!

WHAT NOW: Batman and Batwoman begin training Spoiler, Red Robin and Cassandra Cain, but is the villainous Clayface ready for redemption?


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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverEddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira & Adriano Lucas1
VarVariant CoverRafael Albuquerque3
2ndSecond Printing CoverEddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira & Adriano Lucas2


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Welcome to Boot Camp 0

“Rise of the Batmen” Chapter One - Written by James Tynion IV Pencils Eddy Barrows Inks Eber Ferreira Colors by Adriano Lucas Letters by Marilyn Patrizio Cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano LucasWhile technically not a ‘Rebirth’ title, Detective Comics #934 is filled with its branding and with a reversion back to its original numbering and new statement of identity, you could say Detective Comics has been rebirthed. In the New 52, Detective Comics struggled...

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Detective Comics #934 Review 0

Detective Comics #934 is a wonderful start to James Tynion's opening team based storyline for the new relaunch of Detective Comics. The comic starts out with Batman discovering a wounded Azrael. Batman concludes that someone has been trying to hunt down vigilantes in Gotham. Specifically, the less experienced vigilantes. This leads Batman to seek out the help of Batwoman in training these heroes to ward off the upcoming threat. This team of vigilantes that Batman requests Batwoman's help in tra...

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A perfect introduction 0

I literally have never bought a Detective Comic before & I decided why not start here? I'm so glad I did. The artwork is gorgeous & the story has a classic 90s feel to it. It's a great introduction place for anybody looking to get into Detective comics but not wanting to dig through nearly 1000 issues of story to know what's going on. ...

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