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What starts as a Batman, Inc. recruitment trip soon turns into an international incident as The Dark Knight encounters a string of bizarre murders in Paris, France. Featuring both Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson as Batman, this extra-sized spectacular guest-stars The Question and spotlights the debut of a new Bat-ally!

In part 1, Bruce, Dick and Renee Montoya are presented with a series of cryptic clues, which lead them to the underground catacombs of Paris — and the most unexpected of assassins!

Continued in this month's Batman Annual #28!



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Two Bat-Men, a Question and a Night Runner 0

Batman: Detective Comics #12 Annual features three stories, centering around three very different characters. While the stories featured in this issue are very different, they still manage to be connected by a single underlying theme.  The GoodWe open to Batman and, well, Batman; and take a peek at one of the first attempts at fleshing out Morrison's new outline for the Bat-verse. It is here that we see Batman go corporate with his appropriately titled new team, 'Batman Incorporated.' I admit, a...

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Le Batman 0

The Good: We get a very nice look at how Batman Incorporated is going to work on a political level. The lengthy conversation between Bruce and the French chief of police provides a lot of much needed explanation. Agustin Padilla's artwork looks really nice and suits  David Hine's writing pretty well. The shadows have a quality to them that remind me vaguely of Jeremy Haun's art. For people who were worried that Bruce announcing he funds Batman might be a catalyst to people realizing he IS Batman...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Batman Inc. heads to Paris 0

Batman Inc arrives in France to stop a bizarre case of murders, and The Question continues to bear the mark of Cain. Pros: Unlike how Batman Inc #1 started, Detective Comics Annual #12 give us an idea on what Batman Incorporated is about somewhat. It's a bit funny to see Bruce play a more serious outlook in his civilian persona when it comes to Batman Inc. It's also great seeing Bruce and Dick Grayson work together as...Batman (Yeah, it's still weird seeing them at the same time as Batman). T...

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