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Batman Eternal is a year-long weekly limited series published by DC Comics , that began in April John Layman was originally scheduled to write for the series as well, before leaving the project in January and being replaced by Higgins; his final issue was issue Batman Eternal ran through April , after which it took a hiatus, before returning in October for a issue weekly sequel series titled Batman and Robin Eternal. Snyder and Tynion co-wrote the first story arc, which lays the groundwork for the series. The story lines then move to a bigger story that includes Snyder's Batman title, once it finishes the " Zero Year " story line.
As each of Batman's allies heads off to thwart the individual criminals, the Penguin starts a riot at Blackgate Penitentiary to try and kill James Gordon. Gordon is saved by Harvey Bullock and Jason Bard, who has had a change of heart. They escape the prison to find Gotham of fire following an attack by Firefly. Batman initially prepares to engage Firefly, but realises that it is a distraction.
He moves to Beacon Tower where he is confronted by the real mastermind of the plan: Arthur Brown, also known as the Cluemaster, a costumed villain largely regarded as a third-rate criminal. Brown reveals that his entire plan hinged on Batman believing his own legend—that if his enemies appeared to not only be co-ordinated, but orchestrated, then he would always look for the bigger threat behind it all and never consider a small-time criminal like Brown as the mastermind.
Brown prepares to kill Batman, but is himself killed by his silent partner, Lincoln March; also known as the Talon.
On the Night of the Owls, Brown approached the Court of Owls with his plan to ruin Batman, only to find that they have been slaughtered by March, who agrees to support his plan. As March and a physically and mentally exhausted Batman begin to fight, Jim Gordon rallies the people of Gotham to rise up and support him. The entire Batman family converges on Beacon Tower to apprehend March before he can kill Batman, but he escapes through the sewers.
In the aftermath, Jason Bard resigns as commissioner with his career in ruins, while Stephanie Brown moves in with Harper Row and her brother Cullen. Red Robin questions March's whereabouts, and it is revealed that although he killed the Court of Owls' leadership, the membership continued on, catching him and putting him into an induced hypothermic coma indefinitely. In the epilogue, Batman meets with Jim Gordon, who reveals that Scarecrow has launched another attack on the city.
Batman asks if he is ready for one more fight; Gordon replies that he is willing to find out. The first issue received positive reviews. Comic Book Resources ' Jim Johnson gave the issue 4.
John Layman's first issue in the series, Batman Eternal 4, was met with generally positive reviews. Logsdon gave the issue a 9. There are many interlocking parts to the plot, and each part holds its own," awarding the issue 3.
He said, "A weekly series needs to have three to four times as much plot as a monthly book, in order to keep from feeling padded. With this issue, we're starting to enter the outskirts of "epic" levels of plot, and that's a relief.
Tynion takes on the scripting for this issue and it flows well, introducing the new elements without feeling like we've been left hanging for what's come before. If this really is the start of a trend, so far it has been quite successful. James Tynion IV takes on scripting duties and he does a good job of capturing Tim Drake's new personality.
Batman Eternal 6, the first for Ray Fawkes, had more mixed reviews. Each week offers a snapshot view of a few characters, only to switch to a different set the following week. Issue 6 is a Batwing issue, and while it's fun to see him working alongside Jim Corrigan and facing the always awesome Gentleman Ghost , it's hard to see how it fits into the main story," awarding the issue a 7.
Logsdon gave issue 7, Tim Seeley's first, an 8. Issue 22, Kyle Higgins' first issue, received a 5 out of 10 from Lydon. Dealing with the crime war or the strangeness under Arkham Asylum, bringing the characters in feels out of place, almost like an entirely different comic.
While the connection is there, it's still such a thin line that for the moment it's hard to adjust to a proverbial jumping of the tracks into something else. The tone is different, the characters we've been reading about are suddenly all absent, and this just doesn't quite work. He said, "With this preview to the upcoming Bat-event Batman Eternal , the creative team adds just enough to Gotham's mythology to hold your interest. For April , Diamond Comic Distributors announced that Batman Eternal issues 1—4 were the fourth, sixth, ninth and 10th best selling titles of the month, respectively.
Batman and Robin Eternal will begin in October until April , running weekly for 26 issues, and is intended to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Robin character, just as Batman Eternal celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Batman character. This is Dick's first international mysteries, he thought it was the most harrowing case of his life but he didn't know who he was up against.
He's going to stumble into a mystery that shakes the foundation of the concept of Robin. She's been one of my favorite characters, I came up in the era when she was front and center.
Bringing her into continuity in this story in particular -- the three leads in this story are Dick Grayson and Harper Row and Cassandra Cain. It's going to take us all over the world and bring in all of the Robins. The whole Bat family. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article's lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents.
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Falsario, who uses mind altering technology on Batgirl,  who begins to attack Red Hood and Batwoman, seeing them as the Joker and James Jr. While Batwoman is able to get to Dr.
Falsario and learn that he supplied his mind altering technology to have Gordon see a gun, Red Hood tells Batgirl one of his favorite memories of them to spark her eidetic memory, and break the mind control.
Falsario escapes to the rain forest, where Batgirl gives chase, though he is killed by an unknown assassin before she can talk to him. Red Robin goes to the Narrows and discovers the infection was caused by nanobots, and accidentally activates them in a child. Elsewhere, Vicki Vale follows a lead on potential gang wars in the Narrows, and, upon confronting them, is saved by Harper Row.
The gang members follow Harper and Vale back to Harper's apartment, which is below Red Robin, who falls through the floor fighting the nanobots. The nanobots attack the gang members before Red Robin is able to stop them. However, Harper's brother Cullen, who was also infected, has the nanobots enter his body.
In Tokyo, one of Bruce's teachers, Sergei, comments that the nanobots were activated too early, and that Bruce would not be happy. Batwing is able to escape and meets back up with Corrigan to discover that a resurrected Deacon Blackfire is the cause of the Arkham disturbance,  who is able to unleash his attack on Gotham. Bard arranges Falcone to be released from Blackgate, but Batman meets with him first.
Falsario belongs to the crime lords of Hong Kong, only for Falcone to say that Batman has no idea who is actually behind everything. Later, Batman gives Bard evidence that can clear Gordon, and tells Bard he does not trust him. Bard contacts Hush telling him he released the Architect and that Batman does not suspect anything, along with destroying the evidence clearing Gordon.
Julia Pennyworth enters the Batcave and contacts Batman, telling him about Alfred's condition and assists him in rescuing the hostages held in the Beacon Tower. Batman confronts the Architect, who helps him realize that Hush has been one of the masterminds since the beginning.
All of this brings tensions to a head so that when Hush has Jason Bard leak a story about an imminent terrorist attack to the Gotham Gazette, rioting breaks out, forcing Bard to introduce a state of martial law.
Calabrese suggests that she alone can end the gang war by showing herself to be his daughter, but Selina refuses. When Jade is taken by child services and placed with her only living relatives, a group of Romanian mobsters, Selina makes it her mission to rescue her.
The Romanians use Jade to lure her into a trap, capturing her and intending to beat and torture her to death in front of a paying crowd. Selina escapes when Killer Croc arrives, looking for Jade, but is horrified when a bullet aimed at her kills Jade instead.
She returns to Calabrese who repeats his suggestion that Selina could end the gang war, and she takes up the cause. Although Deacon Blackfire's plan to open Gotham up to the influence of hell has been thwarted, he still retains corporeal form and is able to overpower Jim Corrigan.
Having been separated previously, Batwing reawakens and tries to rescue Corrigan, only to witness the Spectre emerging and stopping Blackfire. However, this causes the caves under Arkham Asylum to collapse, destroying the facility and allowing a mass break-out of the inmates. Alfred is among the survivors and joins with Bane in trying to locate other survivors. Alfred leads him to a satellite Batcave and uses its defence systems to knock him out. While Batman tries to track down the Arkham escapees, Hush has Jason Bard deploy soldiers to specific locations around the city.
While on a routine patrol, an explosion destroys a police convoy, killing several police officers. The explosion is revealed to have been a Wayne Enterprises weapons cache, one of seventeen placed around the city to assist Batman Incorporated. Batman joins Julia Pennyworth in rendering each cache safe by activating its failsafe, destroying its contents.
He finally confronts Hush in the final cache, and the two fight. Although Batman prevails, Hush directs his attention to a news broadcast in which Lucius Fox announces that in light of the explosion, the federal government has seized upon Wayne Enterprises' assets, effectively rendering Bruce Wayne bankrupt. With Hush in custody, order is temporarily restored until Jason Bard tries to capture Batman with seized Wayne Enterprises assets, leading Batman to believe that Hush was simply another pawn in a wider scheme.
He starts searching for the mastermind, first tracking down the Riddler and later Ra's al Ghul—the only people he believes who have the ability carry out such a sophisticated plan—only for both of them to convince him of their innocence, arguing that they could easily destroy a weakened Batman, but that they must vanquish him at the height of his powers in order to prove their power over him.
Meanwhile, Red Robin enlists Harper Row's aid in locating the source of the nanomachine infestation sweeping the city. They identify Jervis Tetch as the source, and Harper—adopting the name "Bluebird"—is forced into the field when Red Robin, Batgirl and Red Hood are all overwhelmed by the nanomachines. Harper tricks Tetch into giving up the device that controls the nanomachines, shutting down the infestation. They realise that a variant of Tetch's mind-control technology was used to manipulate Jim Gordon into firing the shots that triggered the subway accident.
Following the collapse of Arkham Asylum, several high-value inmates remain at large. After regrouping and arguing over their leadership, they find an anonymous backer has supplied them with unlimited resources, enabling them to unleash havoc on the city at will. Selina Kyle is made the same offer, but turns it down and instead focuses on finding Stephanie Brown, who is still on the run from assassins.
Selina locates her quickly and turns her over to Batman. Stephanie refuses to talk, believing that Bruce Wayne is responsible for backing the criminal activity that has taken hold in Gotham. As each of Batman's allies heads off to thwart the individual criminals, the Penguin starts a riot at Blackgate Penitentiary to try and kill James Gordon.
Gordon is saved by Harvey Bullock and Jason Bard, who has had a change of heart. They escape the prison to find Gotham of fire following an attack by Firefly. Batman initially prepares to engage Firefly, but realises that it is a distraction. He moves to Beacon Tower where he is confronted by the real mastermind of the plan: Arthur Brown, also known as the Cluemaster, a costumed villain largely regarded as a third-rate criminal. Brown reveals that his entire plan hinged on Batman believing his own legend—that if his enemies appeared to not only be co-ordinated, but orchestrated, then he would always look for the bigger threat behind it all and never consider a small-time criminal like Brown as the mastermind.
Brown prepares to kill Batman, but is himself killed by his silent partner, Lincoln March; also known as the Talon.
On the Night of the Owls, Brown approached the Court of Owls with his plan to ruin Batman, only to find that they have been slaughtered by March, who agrees to support his plan.