Batman: Bruce Wayne : the Road Home

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DC Comics, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
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Bruce Wayne may have been missing, but Gotham City's criminals and crime-fighters kept the action alive in his absense! Now that he's made a long return trip to the land of the living, Batman finally gets a chance to reunite with those characters closest to him. Featuring Batman's greatest allies and enemies, friends, foes and loved ones, this series of eight interconnected one-shots connects Bruce Wayne's past to Batman's exciting future! Spotlighting Oracle, Red Robin, Catwoman, Robin, Dick Grayson, Commissioner Gordon, Ra's al Ghul, the Outsiders, Batgirl and more! How will Gotham react to the return of The Dark Knight? Find out here!

This collection includes the issues Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Batman & Robin #1, Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Red Robin #1, Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Batgirl #1, Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Outsiders #1, Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Catwoman #1, Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Oracle#1, Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Commissioner Gordon #1, and Bruce Wayne - The Road Home: Ra's Al Ghul #1

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Review: Bruce Wayne: The Road Home (Batman)

User Review  - Hannah Givens - Goodreads

Great characterization throughout. Exactly the kind of in-depth character-driven look at his return that I'd want, with his associates' reactions. Managed to be a good, complete Batman story and also further the big arc of the time. Read full review

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User Review  - Mathew Carruthers - Goodreads

Brilliant! I am slowly, but surely, catching up on 15 years' worth of Batman stories, and so far, this is one of the definite highlights from recent years. Very good art, great storytelling, and the ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Derek Fridolfs is a comic book writer, inker, and artist. He resides in Gotham--present and future.

Adam Beechen has written a variety of TV cartoons, including Ben Ten: Alien Force, Teen Titans, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, The Batman (for which he received an Emmy nomination), Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys, X-Men: Evolution, and Static Shock, as well as the live-action series Ned s Declassified School Survival Guide and The Famous Jett Jackson. He is also the author of Hench, a graphic novel, and has scripted many comic books, including Batgirl, Teen Titans, Robin, and Justice League Unlimited. In addition, Adam has written dozens of children s books, as well as an original young adult novel, What I Did On My Hypergalactic Interstellar Summer Vacation.

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