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Lazarus

Lazarus #4

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

October 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part Four

The conclusion of the first arc. Forever moves to defend her Family with blood and steel as the Twins’ plot against their father is revealed.

Lazarus #3

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

August 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part Three

Forever, now a “guest” of Family Morray in Mexico, shares a message and ultimatum, and gets to know her opposite number, the Morray Lazarus, Joacquim. In Los Angeles, the Twins continue their plot against their father, using Forever as their pawn.

Lazarus #2

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

July 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part Two

The Carlyle Family has been attacked by their enemies to the south, and Forever’s father suspects a conspiracy amongst his children. To root it out, he sends Forever into the arms of the enemy, Family Morray.

Lazarus #1

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

June 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part One:

In a dystopian near-future, government is a quaint concept, resources are coveted, and possession is 100% of the law. A handful of Families rule, jealously guarding what they have and exploiting the Waste who struggle to survive in their domains. Forever Carlyle defends her family’s holdings through deception and force as their protector, their Lazarus. Shot dead defending the family home, Forever’s day goes downhill from there…

Punisher

Punisher: War Zone #5

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

March 2013

Art by Carmine Di Giandomenico

Greg Rucka’s powerful run comes to an end. It’s time for the Punisher to face his punishment.

Punisher: War Zone #4

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

February 2013

Art by Carmine Di Giandomenico

• The Punisher tries to break Cole out of jail.
• The Avengers stomp him. A lot.

Punisher: War Zone #3

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

December 2013

Art by Carmine Di Giandomenico

The Punisher vs. Thor.

Punisher: War Zone #2

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

November 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto

• Kings take Castle. Now its his move!
• It takes more than bullets to take out the Avengers’ biggest guns.

Punisher: War Zone #1

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

October 2012

Art by Carmine Di Giandomenico

The Punisher vs. The Avengers. Welcome to the War Zone.

The Punisher #16

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

September 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto

The Punisher and Cole reach a shared conclusion. Prepare for the War Zone.

The Punisher #15

Art by Kalman Andrasofszky

Art by Kalman Andrasofszky

September 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto
Cover by Kalman Andrasofszky

The Punisher vs. the NYPD. Nobody wins.

The Punisher #14

Art by Mico Suayan

Art by Mico Suayan

August 2012

Art by Mico Suayan

• Cole surrenders…to becoming a Punisher.

The Punisher #13

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

July 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto

• Fight or Flight continues!
• A friend switches sides.
• Cole becomes the hunted!

The Punisher #12

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

June 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto

The Omega-effect has reshuffled the deck. Even punishment has a code and Frank Castle lays down the law for Rachel Cole.

The Punisher #11

Art by Bryan Hitch

Art by Bryan Hitch

May 2012

Art by Mirko Colak, cover by Bryan Hitch

After making the streets run red in the Omega Effect” with Spider-Man and Daredevil, Frank Castle speaks. And Rachel Cole is not going to like what she hears.

The Punisher #10

Art by Marco Chechetto

Art by Marco Chechetto

April 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto

‘The Omega Effect’ Part Two! Guest Starring Spidey And Daredevil! A Perfect Time To Try This Highly Acclaimed New Series As Frank Castle Joins In With The Meanest Team-Up You Ever Saw. Forced To Work With Two Garishly Dressed Avengers, The Punisher Makes One Promise: ‘Trust No One–Hurt Everyone.’

The Punisher #9

Art by Bryan Hitch

Art by Bryan Hitch

March 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto
Cover By Bryan Hitch

  • Two Punishers For The Price Of One! But They Ain’t Partners.
  • The Exchange Tries To Solve Their Punisher Problem, Permanently, With The Aid Of Some Unique Technology.
  • It Gets Loud.

The Punisher #8

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

February 2012

Art by Marco Checchetto

The face to face you’ve all been waiting for as ex-Hydra and AIM agents work together to bring down the Punisher. Frank is up against a soldier who is more like him than either of them realize.

The Punisher #7

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

January 2012

Art by Michael Lark and Stefano Gaudiano

One long ago night, as the Punisher battled Daredevil, one cop’s life was forever changed.

The Punisher #6

Punisher #6 cover by Bryan Hitch

Art by Bryan Hitch

December 2011

Art by Matthew Clark and Matthew Southworth

THE BIGGEST SHOT OF ALL IS DOWN! A fallen Frank Castle…alive but dead inside. Secrets of the Exchange revealed…and it’s connected tosome of the Marvel Universe’s darkest secrets!

The Punisher #5

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

November 2011

Art by Marco Checchetto

RUCKA AND CHECCHETTO CONTINUE THEIR STUNNING RUN. Frank Castle. Bloody. Hurt. Fallen. Getting there first is everything.

The Punisher #4

Art by Bryan Hitch

Art by Bryan Hitch

October 2011

Art by Marco Checchetto
Cover by Bryan Hitch

MORE PAIN. MORE GAIN.

Last month, the Punisher fell. Hard. Now Frank Castle is a man brutally and violently broken and barely grasping onto life. And for Frank Castle… it means he’s more dangerous than ever.

The Punisher #3

Art by Bryan Hitch

Art by Bryan Hitch

September 2011

Art by Marco Checchetto
Cover by Bryan Hitch

Even 10,000 feet above New York, no one escapes the Punisher. As Frank trails the criminal underbelly of the city, he encounters the deadly, mob created villain: THE VULTURE for a brutal battle against death and gravity. Meanwhile as NYPD detectives get closer to understanding Frank Castle’s new relationship, one of New York’s finest is struggling keep his own Punisher association untraceable.

The Punisher #2

Art by Marco Checchetto

Art by Marco Checchetto

August 2011

Art by Marco Checchetto
Cover by Bryan Hitch

Hunting for the villains behind the Wedding Day massacre, The Punisher will leave no body unturned! With Detectives Bolt and Clemons on his tail, the massacre’s only survivor will seek the Punisher’s aid…which might be the worst of all possible choices.

The Punisher #1

Cover by Bryan Hitch

Cover by Bryan Hitch

August 2011

Art by Marco Checchetto
Cover by Bryan Hitch

TIME TO GET BACK TO WORK. For Frank Castle death comes easy…life is where things gets complicated. Fully loaded with the Eisner winning writer Greg Rucka (Batwoman, Queen and Country, WOLVERINE) and neo-superstar artist Marco Checchetto (Amazing Spider-Man, Daredevil), the BIGGEST GUN of all returns with blood on his hands and vengeance in his eyes. As New York City’s body counts continue to rise, the city’s streets are teeming with more methodical criminals than ever and a police force doing it’s best to keep its head above water. The Punisher has returned to serve his own brand of justice with everything’s he’s got… but can he survive the darkness stored in his own arsenal? Plus bonus pages exploring some of the new personalities in Frank’s life…and how closely intertwined living is with dying.

I Am An Avenger

I Am An Avenger #2

Art by Greg Land

Art by Greg Land

October 2010

Written by Greg Rucka
Art by Michael Lark & Stefano Gaudiano

The star-studded Avengers anthology continues as Greg Rucka makes his return to mighty Marvel with a tale of the star-spangled Avenger Steve Rogers! Honoring the fallen of the Siege of Asgard, the former Captain America will never let them be forgotten!

Stumptown

Stumptown: The Case of the Baby in the Velvet Case #4

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

December 2012

Art by Matthew Southworth
Colors by Rico Renzi

The new story arc from Eisner Award-winning writer Greg Rucka and acclaimed artist Matthew Southworth continues! The skinhead thugs are back and they’ve broken in and trashed Dex’s office! But when Dex and Mim show up unexpectedly, it’s a high-speed chase through the streets of Portland that’s sure to wind up on TMZ!

Stumptown: The Case of the Baby in the Velvet Case #3

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

November 2012

Art by Matthew Southworth
Colors by Rico Renzi

P.I. Dex Parios was hired to track down “Baby,” rockstar Mim Bracca’s prized guitar. So how lucky is it that the instrument just showed up at her house? With Dex, you know the luck will never last! The new story arc from Eisner Award-winning writer Greg Rucka and acclaimed artist Matthew Southworth continues!

Stumptown: The Case of the Baby in the Velvet Case #2

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

October 2012

Art by Matthew Southworth
Colors by Rico Renzi

The new story arc from Eisner Award-winning writer Greg Rucka and acclaimed artist Matthew Southworth continues! Private investigator Dex Parios is hot on the heels of guitarist Mim Bracca’s missing “Baby.” But what do a pair of skinheads and the D.E.A. want with a rock star’s M.I.A. guitar?

Stumptown: The Case of the Baby in the Velvet Case #1

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

September 2012

Art by Matthew Southworth
Colors by Rico Renzi

From Eisner Award-winning writer Greg Rucka and acclaimed artist Matthew Southworth comes a new STUMPTOWN mystery! When Mim Bracca, guitar player for the Portland-based rock group Tailhook, returns home from a long tour, she finds not everything made it back with her. Can P.I. Dex Parios track down her missing baby?

Stumptown Vol. 1

Stumptown Vol. 1 Hardcover

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Dex is the proprietor of Stumptown Investigations, and a fairly talented P.I. Unfortunately, she’s less adept at throwing dice than solving cases. Her recent streak has left her beyond broke–she’s into the Confederated Tribes of the Wind Coast for 18 large. But maybe Dex’s luck is about to change. Sue-Lynne, head of the Wind Coast’s casino operation, will clear Dex’s debt if she can locate Sue-Lynne’s missing granddaughter. But is this job Dex’s way out of the hole or a shove down one much much deeper? Collects Stumptown #1-4.

Stumptown #4

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

It’s the startling conclusion to the debut STUMPTOWN story arc! Private Detective Dex Parios finally placed together all the pieces of the puzzle, only to have the fist of organized crime come in and knock it all to hell. Now Dex doesn’t just have to reacquire the target from her missing person case, but keep herself alive as well! Superstar writer Greg Rucka (WHITEOUT, DETECTIVE COMICS) and hot new artist Matthew Southworth wrap up their first STUMPTOWN adventure with style and surprises!

Stumptown #3

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

PI Dex Parios has finally caught up with Charlotte Suppa, but what she’s found is a whole lot more than she bargained for. Who rounds out the Charlotte love triangle? What criminal scheme is she wrapped up in? And what do people have against Dex’s poor Mustang convertible? Find the answer to these questions and more in this new series from superstar writer Greg Rucka (WHITEOUT, DETECTIVE COMICS) and hot new artist Matthew Southworth!

Stumptown #2

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Superstar writer Greg Rucka (DETECTIVE COMICS, QUEEN & COUNTRY) continues his brand new creator-owned series! Dex is hot on the trail of the missing Charlotte Suppa, but the closer she gets, the more people shoot at her. Why is Charlotte on the run and what did she do to garner the attention of the Marenco crime family?

Stumptown #1

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Art by Matthew Southworth

Dex is the proprietor of Stumptown Investigations, and a fairly talented P.I. Unfortunately, she’s less adept at throwing dice than solving cases. Her recent streak has left her beyond broke—she’s into the Confederated Tribes of the Wind Coast for 18 large. But maybe Dex’s luck is about to change. Sue-Lynne, head of the Wind Coast’s casino operation, will clear Dex’ debt if she can locate Sue-Lynne’s missing granddaughter. But is this job Dex’s way out of the hole or a shove down one much much deeper?

Blackest Night: Wonder Woman

Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #3

Art by Nicola Scott; Cover by Greg Horn; Variant cover by Ryan Sook

Following closely to the events of BLACKEST NIGHT, this miniseries event concludes as the Amazonian Princess comes to terms with who she is and what her role is in the world. But will her acceptance make her more appetizing to the Black Lantern hordes – or could that emotion be their undoing?

Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #2

Art by Greg Horn

Art by Greg Horn

Art by Nicola Scott; cover by Greg Horn; Variant cover by Ryan Sook

Following closely the events of BLACKEST NIGHT, Diana faces her greatest challenge. Death has always walked with her, but who will guide her into the light – her mother, her sister or her lover? Don’t miss this mind-blowing tie-in as Wonder Woman’s life changes forever!

Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #1

Art by Greg Horn

Art by Greg Horn

Art by Nicola Scott; Cover by Greg Horn; Variant cover by Ryan Sook

Fan-favorite writer Greg Rucka returns to chronicle the adventures of the Amazing Amazon in the DC Universe’s darkest hour! Black Lantern Maxwell Lord has risen and he seeks revenge and retribution for his murder at the hands of Diana. Look for unexpected changes to await Wonder Woman in the course of this series as she plays a major role in the War of Light against the Blackest Night.

Superman: World of New Krypton

Superman: World of New Krypton is a twelve-part mini-series written by Greg and James Robinson that coincides with Greg’s run on Action Comics.

Superman: World of New Krypton #12

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

February 2010

Written by Greg Rucka and James Robinson; Art by Pete Woods and Ron Randall; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant cover by Ladrönn

Now that the conspiracy involving New Krypton’s council has been brought to light, can Superman keep his people from tearing each other apart? And what does a skull-shaped ship flying towards New Krypton mean?

Superman: World of New Krypton #11

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

January 2010

Written by Greg Rucka and James Robinson; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant Cover by Victor Ibanez

“Mystery in Space” Part 2! As the murder mystery on New Krypton deepens, Superman and Adam Strange’s investigation leads them to uncover a conspiracy involving all five Kryptonian guilds that threatens to devastate the entire planet. This chain of events will touch everyone – Alura, Zod, even General Lane – and will lead directly into next month’s explosive finale!

Superman: World of New Krypton #10

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

December 2009

Written by Greg Rucka and James Robinson; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant cover by Dustin Nguyen

New Krypton is a planet so fresh, it’s experiencing countless things for the first time. Its first spring. Its first blooms. Its first birth of a child. And now its first homicide. When an important figure in Kandor is murdered, the suspect seems obvious to everyone but Superman. But can he make Zod or the Council believe this is more than an open-and-shut case? And can he uncover the real killer in time to save the life of the accused? It’s a dark mystery, but R.E.B.E.L.S. star Adam Strange arrives in time to help find answers…even though the truth may blow apart the civilized trappings of Kandorian society in the process.

This action-packed arc leads all the way to the series’ final issue, which itself sets the stage for huge happenings in the DC Universe next summer!

Superman: World of New Krypton #9

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

November 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods and Ron Randall; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant cover by Mark Buckingham
Humans and Kryptonians are the only two races in our solar system, right? Wrong! Jemm, Son of Saturn, ruler of the super-powered Saturnian race, arrives in Kandor demanding answers to New Krypton’s recent actions – answers he intends to get even if he has to fight his way through Commander Kal-El and the entire Kryptonian army!

Superman: World of New Krypton #8

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

October 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant cover by Joe Kubert

On a mission in space, Superman and his fellow Kryptonians encounter the might of the Thanagarian Army. Can Superman keep things peaceful between the two races – or will The Man of Steel discover that Hawkman’s legendary temper is shared by all his people?

Superman: World of New Krypton #7

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

September 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; variant cover by Bryan Talbot

It’s never a dull moment on New Krypton – just when Superman was getting used to his place on his reborn homeworld, he’s thrust into a new position that makes his previous duties look like a cakewalk. And thanks to the fallout from the “Codename: Patriot” storyline, New Krypton’s ruler – and Superman’s aunt – Alura has her hands full keeping the people of Kandor from panicking. So of course it’s the perfect time for an alien threat to arrive and declare war…

Superman: World of New Krypton #6

Art by Fernando Dagnino and Raúl Fernandez

Art by Fernando Dagnino and Raúl Fernandez

August 2009

Written by Greg Rucka and James Robinson; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Fernando Dagnino and Raúl Fernandez; Variant cover by Eddy Barrows and Julio Ferriera

It’s chaos in Kandor as the 4-part “Codename: Patriot” storyline kicks off here and runs through the August Superman titles! Someone has been shot and Superman will stop at nothing to find the culprit! But when the shooter flees to Earth, can Superman stop him in time to prevent making the two planets even more hostile toward each other? Continued in ACTION COMICS #880!

Superman: World of New Krypton #5

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

July 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant Cover by Tan Eng Huat

Superman is on trial for his life. The crime: Treason! The punishment: Death! But is this a challenge Kal-El can even hope to triumph over when the man pulling all the strings is General Zod? A tale of heroism, evil and base betrayal – on the strange world of New Krypton.

Superman: World of New Krypton #4

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

June 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank: Variant Cover by Eric Canete

A new planet suddenly appearing in any space sector would demand the scrutiny of the Green Lantern Corps. When the planet in question is New Krypton and the space sector is 2814, it means Kandor City gets a visit from Hal Jordan and John Stewart, with Daxamite Sodam Yat along for good measure. But what starts as a good-will mission soon becomes a manhunt for some of the Phantom Zone’s most deranged and dangerous criminals and leads ultimately to dire conflict between the Corps and Zod’s Military Guild – with Superman caught in the middle!

Superman: World of New Krypton #3

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

May 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant by Howard Chaykin

With Superman now drafted into New Krypton’s Military Guild, it seems that General Zod finally has the Man of Steel under his control. But when given a command to commit an act of brutality against his fellow Kryptonians, Superman must choose between following orders and following his conscience – at the risk of being branded a traitor by his own people!

Superman: World of New Krypton #2

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

April 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant Cover by Pete Woods

Superman thought that joining his people on New Krypton would allow him to ease some of the tension between Earth and his people, but lately nothing’s been easy for the Man of Steel! Alura still shows no signs of becoming the kind of leader Superman wants her to be. The people of New Krypton still don’t understand the responsibilities that come with their new abilities. And as for Zod? Superman doesn’t even know where to start with Zod. All The Man of Steel knows is that he can’t be trusted. And Zod is about to prove Superman right.

Superman: World of New Krypton #1

Art by Gary Frank

Art by Gary Frank

March 2009

Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka; Art by Pete Woods; Cover by Gary Frank; Variant cover by Ladrönn

Following the events of the “New Krypton” crossover, the Man of Steel has had to embrace his past to ensure humanity’s future. And while a devastating armed conflict with Earth may have been averted, keeping the peace will be Superman’s greatest challenge yet.

Detective Comics (second run)

In 2009, Greg returned to a book he’d last worked on six years prior, Detective. This time, the book featured Batwoman, with art by JH Williams III, and The Question, with art by Cully Hamner.

For Greg’s work on Detective from 1999-2003, see this page.

Batwoman: Elegy

Batwoman: Elegy

Art by JH Williams

Art and cover by JH Williams III

In her first hardcover, collecting tales from DETECTIVE COMICS #854-860, Batwoman battles a madwoman known only as Alice, inspired by Alice in Wonderland, who sees her life as a fairy tale and everyone around her as expendable! Batwoman must stop Alice from unleashing a toxic death cloud over all of Gotham City — but Alice has more up her sleeve than just poison, and Batwoman’s life will never ever be the same.

The Question: Pipeline

Art by Cully Hamner

Art by Cully Hamner

Art and cover by Cully Hamner

Greg Rucka returns to write the adventures of Renee Montoya — the character he helped transform into The Question — as a gun-running scheme threatens Gotham City in stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #854-863. Features the art of Cully Hamner (RED)!

Detective Comics #863

Art by JH Williams

Art by JH Williams

April 2010

Art by JOCK; Co-feature Art by CULLY HAMNER; Cover by JH WILLIAMS III

When Batman and Batwoman each face off against a knife-wielding killer, they soon find themselves working different sides of the same case. But will they arrive in time to rescue the missing girl and stop the killer from claiming another victim? Things do not end well in “Cutter” Part 3.

And in The Question, the mastermind behind the human trafficking ring and the gunrunning scheme is finally revealed, and The Question and the Huntress find themselves in the fight of their lives.

Detective Comics #862

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

March 2010

Art by Jock; co-feature art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III
Two mystery cases collide, as Batman gets closer to finding a missing socialite while Batwoman uncovers a gruesome new villain who has grafted knives onto his skin. There will be blood – and souvenirs of victims’ flesh – in “Cutter” part 2!

And in The Question’s co-feature, the unknown mastermind behind the gun-running scheme hires a professional killer to take care of some unwanted female companionship. When Zeiss sets his sights on Huntress and The Question, bullets will fly and blood will run!

Detective Comics #861

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

January 2010

Art by Jock; co-feature Art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III
It’s double the detectives with Batman and Batwoman in for part one of “Cutter”! Batwoman investigates a string of grisly attacks that have left the victims mutilated, or, worse, dead. But what does this case have to do with the kidnapping of a socialite from ten years ago, and what evidence can The Dark Knight himself bring to light on this macabre mystery? Featuring guest Art by acclaimed illustrator Jock (THE LOSERS, GREEN ARROW: YEAR ONE)!

And in the co-feature, the Huntress and The Question find themselves in over their heads as a gunrunning case leads them to the business end of a double-barrel shotgun!

Detective Comics #860

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

December 2009

Art by JH Williams III; co-feature art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III; Variant cover by Alex Ross
Batwoman’s origin story concludes here! In “Go!” part 3, Kate Kane becomes Batwoman and goes after a terrorist cell in Gotham, but all does not go according to plan. Plus, in the present, Kate confronts her father about her supposedly dead sister!

In the co-feature, the Huntress joins The Question in her quest to track down the leaders of the human trafficking ring. But finding them – and bring them to justice – will be harder and more dangerous than either hero thought!

Detective Comics #859

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

November 2009

Written by Greg Rucka; Art by JH Williams III; Co-feature art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III; Variant cover by Jock

Batwoman’s origin continues! In “Go!” part 2, Kate Kane is outed and forced to leave West Point. When she lands in Gotham City, she meets officer Renee Montoya and has a fateful encounter with The Dark Knight that will forever change her life!

The case may be closed closed, but questions remain in The Question’s co-feature. And Renee won’t stop until she has the answers! When a new lead points to the Sicilian mafia, The Question turns to an expert for assistance. But can she trust the Huntress to be professional when family rears its ugly head?

Detective Comics #858

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

October 2009

Written by Greg Rucka; Art by JH Williams III; co-feature art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III; Variant cover by Adam Hughes

The shocking and tragic origin story of Batwoman begins here! In “Go” part 1, young Kate Kane and her family are kidnapped by terrorists, and Kate’s life – and the lives of her family – will never be the same! Plus, the mystery behind the villainous Alice is at last revealed!

Then, in The Question co-feature, Renee’s search for a missing girl comes to a bittersweet end, leaving Renee with more questions and an even bigger mystery for her to solve. As long as she can survive the night, that is…

Detective Comics #857

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

September 2009

Written by Greg Rucka; Art by JH Williams III; co-feature art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III

“Elegy” part 4 of 4! Batwoman faces off against Alice in an attempt to stop the villainess from unleashing a toxic death cloud over all of Gotham! But Alice has more up her sleeve than just poison, and Batwoman’s life will never ever be the same again.

Plus, The Question’s search for a missing girl leads Renee to a human trafficking ring, and the Question suddenly finds herself in way over her head.

Detective Comics #856

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

August 2009

Written by Greg Rucka; Art by JH Williams III; co-feature art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III

“Elegy” part 3 of 4! Batwoman unites with an unlikely ally to momentarily defeat the fairytale villain known as Alice. But when Kate is forced to attend a high society event, she soon learns that her worlds are colliding as Alice’s plans for Gotham’s elite put Kate’s father directly in harm’s way.

Plus, in the next part of The Question co-feature, writer Greg Rucka and artist Cully Hamner bring Renee’s search for a missing girl to new depths when The Question is trapped inside a sinking car. Will her life and her leads end up at the bottom of the river?

Detective Comics #855

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

July 2009

Written by Greg Rucka; Art by JH Williams III; co-feature Art by Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams III

“Elegy” part 2 of 4 by Greg Rucka and JH Williams III! Batwoman captures her enemy, a madwoman known only as Alice who sees her life as a fairy tale and everyone around her as expendable extras – including Kate! But when the tables are turned, Batwoman finds herself in a hallucination slamming the present into a collision with the past, and the hints of a threat that will claim the lives of every man, woman and child in Gotham City.

And in the all-new co-feature starring the Question, Montoya’s quest to find a missing young girl turns deadly.

Detective Comics #854

Art by JH Williams III

Art by JH Williams III

June 2009

Written by Greg Rucka; Art by JH Williams and Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams : Variant Cover by JG Jones

“Elegy” part 1 of 4! A new era in the history of DETECTIVE COMICS begins as Batwoman is unleashed on Gotham City! Marked by the blood-red bat, Kate Kane is a soldier fighting her own private war – one that began years ago and haunts her every waking moment. With a script by Greg Rucka and breath-taking art by JH Williams III, you’ve never seen anything like this!

Featuring the debut of a new co-feature starring The Question written by Rucka! Odds against you? Alone and nowhere to turn? Willing to fight, but you don’t know how? When you’re searching everywhere for an answer, sometimes all you need to do is ask the right Question. Renee Montoya again dons the faceless mask to help those in need, all the while searching for her own answers in this new adventure with art by Cully Hamner (BLUE BEETLE).

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