psynetrix's Detective Comics #934 - Rise of the Batmen Part 1: The Young and the Brave review

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A True Bat-Family Gets Together

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DC's second longest-lasting title returns to its original numbering, this time as an exciting and engaging team book... a family book, it could even be argued. Batman recruits cousin Batwoman to co-lead an eclectic ensemble of crime fighters, and prepare it for a yet unseen -albeit ominous enough to worry Batman- menace hiding in the shadows.

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