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Batman, Detective Comics, writers, James Tynion IV, Christopher Sebela ; pencillers, Eddy Barrows, Alvaro Martinez, Carmen Carnero ; inkers, Eber Ferreira, Raul Fernandez, Carmen Carnero ; colorists, Adriano Lucas, Tomeu Morey, [and three others] ; letterer, Sal Cipriano, [3rd series, Vol. 5]

Label
Batman, Detective Comics, writers, James Tynion IV, Christopher Sebela ; pencillers, Eddy Barrows, Alvaro Martinez, Carmen Carnero ; inkers, Eber Ferreira, Raul Fernandez, Carmen Carnero ; colorists, Adriano Lucas, Tomeu Morey, [and three others] ; letterer, Sal Cipriano, [3rd series, Vol. 5]
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary Form
fiction
Main title
Batman, Detective Comics
Nature of contents
comics graphic novels
Oclc number
1029875343
Responsibility statement
writers, James Tynion IV, Christopher Sebela ; pencillers, Eddy Barrows, Alvaro Martinez, Carmen Carnero ; inkers, Eber Ferreira, Raul Fernandez, Carmen Carnero ; colorists, Adriano Lucas, Tomeu Morey, [and three others] ; letterer, Sal Cipriano
Series statement
Detective Comics DC, 3rd series, 2016-, Issues 963-968Rebirth DC Comics
Summary
"For months, Batman has been haunted by the death of Tim Drake, the young hero who fought beside him as Red Robin. Tim helped Batman assemble a team of heroes and misfits to help him keep Gotham safe, then fell in battle defending the city. Or so it seemed. In reality, Tim has been held captive, snatched from the moment of death by the mysterious Mr. Oz. Now he must escape this prison outside of time, but he isn't coming back alone. Tim must rely on the help of a very familiar face. He has every reason to trust his fellow prisoner, but when his new ally proves he's not afraid to kill, Tim begins to doubt everything he thought he knew! When the duo make their way back to Gotham City, Tim's escape partner sets a plan in motion to murder one of Batman's allies. Even reunited with Red Robin, can Batman and his team of heroes protect one of their own from a killer who knows them better than they know themselves?"-- back cover
Target audience
adult
letterer
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