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Bruce Wayne: Murderer?

Batman: The Ten Cent AdventureBatman: The Ten Cent Adventure
Written by Greg Rucka; art by Rick Burchett and Klaus Janson; cover by Dave Johnson.

Leading into the big Batman crossover, it's only 10 cents! How can you go wrong?

Detective Comics #766Detective Comics #766
Written by Greg Rucka, art by Scott McDaniel and Jesse Delperdang; cover by John McCrea.
Back-up: Josie Mac - Lost Voices, part four by Judd Winick and Cliff Chiang

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 1! Immediately following the shocking events of Batman: The 10-Cent Adventure, we learn that Bruce Wayne is wanted - for murder! Just how is this possible? And how is Batman going to get his alter-ego out of this one?

Batgirl #24Batgirl #24
Written by Kelley Puckett; art and cover by Damion Scott and Robert Campanella.

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 2! Oracle dispatches Batgirl to Wayne Manor to investigate an unthinkable crime. Can Cassandra uncover enough proof to clear Bruce Wayne's name, or will what she find prove to be too shocking?

Nightwing #65Nightwing #65
Written by Chuck Dixon; art by Trevor McCarthy and Rob Stull; cover by Lee Bermejo.

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 3! As Dick tends to the unbelievable events transpiring in Gotham in the life of Bruce Wayne, a place called Lockhaven is headed for a fiery "Bustout!"

Gotham Knights #25Batman: Gotham Knights #25
Written by Devin Grayson, art by Roger Robinson and John Floyd, cover by Brian Bolland.
Backup: Last Call at McSurley's by Mike W. Barr, Alan Davis, and Mark Farmer

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 4! Bruce Wayne is in custody and being charged with murder in the first degree! As the evidence against him piles higher and higher, Bruce's friends, compatriots and allies rally to save him, but one man stands in the way: Bruce Wayne himself, as his strange behavior and secret identity may make it impossible for Batman's allies to help. Featuring the long-awaited return of Alfred at one of the darkest times in Bruce Wayne's life.

Birds of Prey #39Birds of Prey #39
Written by Chuck Dixon; art by Rick Leonardi and Jesse Delperdang; cover by Phil Noto.

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 5. Oracle is feverishly trying to get information on the predicament of Bruce Wayne, and she's about to go to some incredible lengths to get it, revealing a new "ability" in the process. Meanwhile, Black Canary has to break into the apartment of a prominent Gotham citizen and find something that even the G.C.P.D. missed.

Robin #98Robin #98
Written by Chuck Dixon; art and cover by Pete Woods and Andrew Pepoy "Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 6, leading to a parting of ways for Tim and Alfred as Tim is forced to reevaluate his anger towards Bruce. Meanwhile, Spoiler receives some horrific news and has a less-than-chance encounter with a certain star of Birds of Prey. (note: little relevence to BW:M storyline)

Batman #599Batman #599
Written by Ed Brubaker; art by Scott McDaniel and Andy Owens; cover by McDaniel.

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 7 - Bruce Wayne is behind bars! But getting out of jail while keeping his secret identity intact proves difficult. Meanwhile, the evidence against him continues to mount, and his situation keeps looking worse and worse and worse . . .

Detective Comics #767Detective Comics #767
Written by Greg Rucka, art by Steve Lieber and Mick Gray; cover by John McCrea.
Back-up: Josie Mac - Lost Voices, part five by Judd Winick and Cliff Chiang

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 8. Is Sasha going to say Bruce committed the murder in order to get out of jail?

Nightwing #66Nightwing #66
Written by Chuck Dixon; art by Rick Burchett and Rob Leigh; cover by Michael Golden.

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 9. As Dick and Barbara dig deeper into the circumstances surrounding Bruce Wayne's arrest, Lockhaven erupts into fiery chaos.

Gotham Knights #26Batman: Gotham Knights #26
Written by Devin Grayson, art by Roger Robinson and John Floyd, cover by Brian Bolland.
Backup: Bruce Wayne is Batman! by Cyrus Voris and Chris Bachalo

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 10. As Bruce Wayne languishes in prison on a brutal murder charge, his closest allies try and come to terms with the horrific reality of the situation. Only . . . not everyone who loves him thinks he's completely innocent.

Robin #99Robin #99
Written by Chuck Dixon; art by Pete Woods and Andrew Pepoy, cover by Todd Nauck and Pepoy.

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 11, guest-starring the Birds of Prey. Bruce Wayne stands accused of murder, but Robin's got to rescue a close friend. The secret behind Kip's strange behavior is revealed, while Alfred goes undercover to investigate a suspect in the Bruce Wayne case and Robin and Spoiler join forces once more. (note: little relevence to BW:M storyline)

Birds of Prey #40Birds of Prey #40
Written by Chuck Dixon; art by Rick Leonardi and Jesse Delperdang; cover by Phil Noto.

"Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" Part 12! Black Canary picks up an unwanted sidekick in the Spoiler as she investigates the crime for which Bruce Wayne is accused. Meanwhile, Oracle begins to learn the secret that may have led to the murder, and Robin arrives just in time as the case against Bruce Wayne takes a dramatic turn. All that, and some disturbing news for Blue Beetle, too.

Bruce Wayne: Fugitive


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