Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1


Peter J. Tomasi - 2020
    His death at the hands of Bane is the only event that could possibly compare to that fateful night in Crime Alley, and it leaves Bruce at a similar crossroads. If Alfred was the glue that held the Bat-Family together, how will Batman deal with that all falling apart? And if the Caped Crusader is to be truly alone, he might either hang that cape up once and for all…or double down and carry on with this vengeful quest forever. Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1 celebrates the life of one of the most important people in the history of Gotham City, while also addressing questions about what’s next.

Dark Nights: Death Metal #1


Scott Snyder - 2020
    Humanity struggles to survive in a hellish landscape twisted beyond recognition, while Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman have all been separated and fight to survive. Unleash the beast and let the head banging begin!

The Shadow/Batman


Steve Orlando - 2018
    The World's Greatest Detective. They can barely stand each other, so how will they possibly deal with the World's Greatest Evil? What legacy can two of the world's most enduring icons of justice leave once they discover an ancient evil has been living inside the world they protect for centuries. Can Batman and the Shadow save the world without destroying it in the process? Writer Steve Orlando (Batman/The Shadow, Justice League of America) and artist by Giovanni Timpano (The Shadow, Transformers) unite to tell an instantly classic tale of noir, mortality and generational heroes and villains.

Batman (2016-) Annual #4


Tom King - 2019
    But what terrible gauntlet of tyrants and monsters will he have to go through to reach his objective? Then, it’s back down to Earth and the grimy streets of Gotham City as King and acclaimed newcomer Jorge Fornés task the Dark Knight Detective with a dangerous case only he can solve.

Catwoman: The Catfile


Chuck Dixon - 1995
    Caught in a no-win situation, the infamous feline burglar must steal an ancient relic of a small European country or suffer the detonation of a cyanide capsule that has been implanted in her arm. Realizing success will lead to her termination by her puppet masters, Catwoman uses both her ingenuity to turn the tables against the government agency.

Future State: The Next Batman #1


John RidleyTravel Foreman - 2021
    Arkham Asylum has been decommissioned and the Magistrate rules the land with an iron fist and zero tolerance. Now it’s time for the lunatics to take back their town! Follow Croc, Two-Face, Phosphorus, Zsasz, Clayface and Astrid Arkham as the Arkham Knights raise holy hell on the occupiers of Gotham!

Batman/Superman, Vol. 1: Who are the Secret Six?


Joshua Williamson - 2020
    Just one problem: they don't know who they are.A virus is spreading, and it's not just after innocent people, but some of our most powerful heroes as well. The biggest question isn't why or how, but who?The Batman Who Laughs was one of the premier villains crawling his way from the depths of the Dark Multiverse and wreaking havoc on the DC Universe. Now he has been infecting some of the biggest heroes across the world with a mutated version of the Joker virus that is coursing through him.Cue the team-up of two of the greatest superheroes in history: Batman and Superman. They decide to work together to find out who is infected and hopefully cure them before it's too late.Collects: Batman/Superman (2019) #1-6.

The Huntress: Darknight Daughter


Paul Levitz - 2006
    Helena Wayne was trained by her parents to become a superb athlete, and studied law with the hope of bringing criminals to justice. But after Catwoman is blackmailed to resume her life of crime, leading to her death, Helena dons a costume and crossbow to become the Huntress to avenge her mother!Originally published in DC Super Stars #17, Batman Family #18-20, Wonder Woman #271-287, Wonder Woman #289-290, and Wonder Woman #294-295, between 1977 and 1982.

Batman: The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 1


Tom KingDeron Bennett - 2017
    The next great Batman story begins here! Collects BATMAN: REBIRTH #1, BATMAN #1-15.

Birds of Prey (2003) #1: Batgirl/Catwoman


John Francis Moore - 2003
    Together, they discover that they are the work of supposed philanthropist Ryder Burnham and they team up to take him down. One of his near-victims, Val Lewton, idolises Catwoman and is angered that Catwoman chose to work with Batgirl rather than her.

Batman: War Crimes


Andersen Gabrych - 2006
    The Spoiler died during a the gang waror so Batman thought.When the media begin reporting on the Spoilers private life and making accusations aimed at the Dark Knight, he begins an investigation that leads to a new confrontation with Gotham Citys undisputed underworld boss, Black Mask.Complicating matters even further is the return of his deadliest opponent, the Joker, and the reappearance of an old foe long believed dead.

Batman (2011-2016) #23.3: Featuring Penguin


Frank Tieri - 2013
    What does the criminal mastermind stand to gain?

Batman (2016-) Annual #3


Tom Taylor - 2018
    Now, witness Batman’s battle for justice from Alfred’s perspective and learn how harrowing that journey has been as Batman experiences one of the worst nights Gotham City has ever seen—a night that will push Alfred to the breaking point! Best-selling writer Tom Taylor presents an epic tale that promises to be one of the most Alfred stories ever told!

Flash Forward


Scott Lobdell - 2020
    That is, until the Multiverse was rewritten without him or his family in it. Wally returned and tried to make it work, but the damage was done. Spinning out of the events of Heroes in Crisis, follow the man who called himself Flash on an adventure to find redemption in a cosmos that has fought so hard to destroy him.Collects Flash Forward #1-6, Generation Zero: Gods Among Us Special Edition #1.

Catwoman #1


Judd Winick - 2011
    She’s addicted to the night. Addicted to shiny objects. And addicted to Batman. But most of all, Catwoman is addicted to danger. She can’t help herself, and the truth is—she doesn’t want to. She’s good at being bad, and very bad at being good. Find out more about what makes Catwoman tick in this new series from writer Judd Winick (BATMAN: UNDER THE HOOD) and artist Guillem March (GOTHAM CITY SIRENS)!