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in: Issues Rated T, Dan DiDio/Executive Editor, Scott McDaniel/Cover Artist Devin Grayson/Writer, Chuck Dixon/Writer, Ed Brubaker/Writer, Kelley Puckett/Writer, Roger Robinson/Penciler, Rick Leonardi/Penciler, Scott McDaniel/Penciler, Phil Noto/Penciler, Trevor McCarthy/Penciler, William Rosado/Penciler, Dave Ross/Penciler, Sean Phillips/Penciler, Damion Scott/Penciler, John Floyd/Inker, Jesse Delperdang/Inker, Andy Owens/Inker, Robert Campanella/Inker, Rob Stull/Inker, Marlo Alquiza/Inker, Andrew Pepoy/Inker, Sean Phillips/Inker, Gloria Vasquez/Colourist, Wildstorm FX/Colourist, Gregory Wright/Colourist, Jason Wright/Colourist, Digital Chameleon/Colourist, Bill Oakley/Letterer, Albert DeGuzman/Letterer, John Costanza/Letterer, Willie Schubert/Letterer, Lysa Hawkins/Editor, Michael Wright/Editor, Collected Editions, 2002, November (Publication), November 20, 2002 (Publication)

Batman: Bruce Wayne - Fugitive Vol 1 (Collected)

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Batman: Bruce Wayne - Fugitive Vol 1 (Collected)

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This paperback collects the first part of the Bruce Wayne: Fugitive storyline and takes places right after the Bruce Wayne: Murderer? storyline. The first part of the Bruce Wayne: Fugitive storyline originally was published in five different comic book series from May to August, 2002. This story was written by Devin Grayson, Chuck Dixon, Ed Brubaker, and Kelley Puckett. The illustrations are by Roger Robinson, Rick Leonardi, Scott McDaniel, Phil Noto, Trevor McCarthy, William Rosado, David Ross, Sean Phillips, and Damion Scott.

In this story Bruce Wayne is indicted for killing Vesper Fairchild. He is sent to Blackgate Prison only to escape, launching a citywide manhunt. Now Batman has now gone to ground, renouncing his true identity and operating deeper in the shadows than ever before. It falls to his extended family, Nightwing, Robin, Oracle, Batgirl, Spoiler, and Alfred to figure out who really did commit the murder. While the clues point to a possible setup, no one can deny that those same clues might point to Batman's actual guilt.


This paperback collects stories from the following comic books:


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