Bruce Wainwright is not the man he believed himself to be. He never was. But when you’ve unleashed horror on the world…what can you do about it?
Is Bruce human after all?
Or has he become more than a man?
It’s the unmissable finale of one of the best-reviewed miniseries of the year, sure to go down as a modern Batman classic!
Written by Kurt Busiek with art by John Paul Leon.
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