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Batman: Gotham Knights Vol 1 8

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"Transference, Part 1": Six months ago:


Quote1 Do not question my sanity. I am a model of sanity! Quote2
-- Hugo Strange



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Synopsis for "Transference, Part 1"

Six months ago: Catwoman encounters a woman who also is wearing a Catwoman costume. With her also is a fake Batman who captures Selina in order to receive more inside information about the real Batman. However, Catwoman can is not able to tell him much, though the fact that Batman has a 'family' of fellow-adventurers is a surprise and a revelation to her capturer.

Present: Dick Grayson and Tim Drake visit Bruce Wayne at the headquarters of Wayne Enterprises. Both are making fun about how Bruce always acts kind of dumb to not give anyone an idea about his secret identity as Batman. Dick and Tim have to wait a little longer because Bruce has a mandatory psychological evaluation to attend for his insurers. But the session does not go as planned because the psychologist directly refers to Bruce as Batman and then reveals himself to be Hugo Strange, a long thought dead nemesis of the Dark Knight ...

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