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Manhunter Special Vol 1 1

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Manhunter Special Vol 1 1

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"The Himalayan Incident": This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #437.



Appearing in "The Himalayan Incident"

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  • Cult of Thieves (Single appearance)
    • Master of Thieves (Only appearance; dies)
    • Master's Bodyguards (Only appearance; dies)
  • Group of Sherpas (Single appearance)
  • Dharmata (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Himalayan Incident"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #437.

Christine St. Clair, an Interpol agent, seeks a mysterious vigilante called Manhunter, aka Paul Kirk, a former big-game hunter. She learns from a man in Nepal of how Manhunter protected an idealistic anti-tyrant from assassination by a group of clones of Manhunter's, and then leaves, not knowing that the man she spoke to was Manhunter himself in disguise.

Appearing in "The Manhunter File"

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  • various assassins (Single appearance)

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  • Damon Nostrand (First appearance)
  • Raoul Salazano (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "The Manhunter File"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #438.

Christine St. Clair learns more about the mysterious Manhunter from her Interpol boss, Damon Nostrand, and gets the assignment to find him.

Appearing in "The Resurrection of Paul Kirk"

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Synopsis for "The Resurrection of Paul Kirk"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #439.

Christine St. Clair catches up to Manhunter and learns of his origin. He tells her of the existence of a mysterious group called the Council which brought him back to life through cloning. When he finishes his story, they see her boss coming up to them with a gun. It's been revealed that he is secretly working for the Council, and Manhunter kills him.

Appearing in "Rebellion!"

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  • Asano Nitobe (Flashback only)
  • Kolu Mbeya (First appearance) (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "Rebellion!"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #440.

After killing Christine's former boss, Manhunter reveals to her that the Council had him cloned to head their enforcement branch. He also confesses that Nostrand was one of their pawns, which is why he killed him too. Later, Christine discovers some of Nostrand's files in his hotel, which indicate that he had made both Manhunter and herself fugitives.

Appearing in "Cathedral Perilous"

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  • Henry (Single appearance)
  • Emma (Single appearance)
  • Nico (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Cathedral Perilous"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #441.

Manhunter and Christine St. Clair invade a cathedral in Istanbul. They confront the Council, gaining evidence that the organization was responsible for murdering one of their directors.

Appearing in "To Duel the Master"

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Synopsis for "To Duel the Master"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #442.

Asano Nitobe, the martial artist who trained Manhunter, now goes against his pupil in a fight to the death.

Appearing in "Gotterdammerung!"

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  • Ndele Kshumbo (Only appearance; dies)
  • Mole (Single appearance)

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  • Enforcer's Motorcycle
  • Kolu's Private Aircraft

Synopsis for "Gotterdammerung!"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #443.

Investigating the apparent death of a friend, Batman encounters Manhunter, and becomes intertwined with his last desperate crusade to bring down the Council. Batman proves to be a valuable ally to Manhunter and his team, but in the end, Manhunter sacrifices himself in order to destroy the Council.

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