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"Knight of Vengeance": Thomas Wayne is at an appointment with a psychiatrist. However, he does not feel comfortable because his insurance company organized the appointment. Wayne convinces the psychiatrist to give him the approval and let him go. In the elevator, Wayne encounters Oswald Cobblepo


Quote1 This world, it's a bad place. If you could change it, would you? Quote2
-- Thomas Wayne



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Synopsis for "Knight of Vengeance"

Thomas Wayne is at an appointment with a psychiatrist. However, he does not feel comfortable because his insurance company organized the appointment. Wayne convinces the psychiatrist to give him the approval and let him go. In the elevator, Wayne encounters Oswald Cobblepot, his apparent partner. Outside the building, Wayne meets with Commissioner Gordon. On the way to Harvey Dent's home, whose children have been kidnapped by the Joker, Wayne reflects about Gotham and its current situation. In Dent's house, the latter accuses the police force to be inefficient. Wayne leaves with Gordon and the two talk before Wayne gets into the Batcave. There Gordon informs him about a case of citizens kidnapped to the sewers. In the sewers, Batman encounters human remains and mutilated people just before being attacked by Killer Croc. After a struggle, during which Batman remembers the murder of his son by an armed robber while his face was submerged, Batman takes Croc's knife and stabs it into Croc's face, killing him. Meanwhile, in an unknown location, the Joker has Dent's children, suggesting playing house until "he" showed up.



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  • This book was first published on June 1, 2011.
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