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** "[[TheDeterminator I'm still here.]]"



* BigBad: The Big Bad of "I Am Gotham" and "Night of the Monster Men" was Hugo Strange. The Big Bad of "I Am Suicide" and "I Am Bane" is, of course, Bane.

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The Big Bad of "I Am Gotham" and "Night of the Monster Men" was Hugo Strange. The Big Bad of "I Am Suicide" and "I Am Bane" is, of course, Bane.Bane.
** [[spoiler:Issue #72 sets it straight that Bane is the true villain of this run.]]


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* ILetYouWin: [[spoiler:It's revealed that a simple headbutt really didn't bring down Bane. He feigned defeat so he could be in Arkham Asylum just as he planned.]]


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* TheReveal: Issue 72 sets it straight that [[spoiler:everything that has happened in King's run has been plotted and perpetrated by Bane, in an effort to completely destroy Batman by not hurting his loved ones or killing him, but by giving him happiness for the first time in his life before cruelly tearing it from him.]]

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It was later announced that Tom King would be leaving the series after issue 85, 15 issues earlier than planned. Afterwards, he will launch the ''Batman/Catwoman'' series alongside artist Clay Mann.

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** "It was on a boat." "It was on the street."


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* RashomonStyle: The recurring "It was on a boat"/"It was on the street" argument that Batman and Catwoman have over how they first met. Bruce's account references the original telling in 1940's ''Batman'' #1, while Selina's references the version from ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne''. [[RiddleForTheAges The story never clarifies which account is the correct one]].


* WhamShot: #60 ends with a shot of who apparently just broke into the Batcave and attacked both Alfred and the captured Penguin: [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} Flashpoint!Thomas Wayne]]]].

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* WhamShot: #60 ends with a shot of who apparently just broke into the Batcave and attacked both Alfred and the captured Penguin: [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} Flashpoint!Thomas Flashpoint Thomas Wayne]]]].

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* WhamShot: #60 ends with a shot of who apparently just broke into the Batcave and attacked both Alfred and the captured Penguin: [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} Flashpoint!Thomas Wayne]]]].

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** At one point, Bruce tells Alfred to get him his first Batman suit. It's notably ''not'' the "Zero Year" suit -- it's the "YearOne" suit.

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* DespairEventHorizon: [[spoiler: Bruce after the wedding issue. The very next issue, he rips a public urinal out in anger and is clearly lashing out against his Batman persona while on the jury.]]

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* TakeThat: During "The Best Man," both Joker and Catwoman note that they can't take Riddler seriously until he shaves the sideburns he's had since The ComicBook/New52.

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***"Not impossible. Bane."


** Retconned again at the end of "Cold Days" when Batman goes back to his "original" suit: [[spoiler: the one from ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne.''

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** Retconned again at the end of "Cold Days" when Batman goes back to his "original" suit: [[spoiler: the one from ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne.'''']]

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** Retconned again at the end of "Cold Days" when Batman goes back to his "original" suit: [[spoiler: the one from ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne.''

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** Much of the War of Jokes and Riddles is told this way.

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* LegacyCharacter: [[spoiler: Dick Grayson again]] fills in as Batman while [[spoiler: Bruce is on jury duty.]]

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* RogueJuror: The entire premise of "Cold Days"-- every juror is convinced that Batman was right and Mr. Freeze murdered a bunch of women in his experiments to save his wife--except one juror: [[spoiler: Bruce Wayne.]]


When the ComicBook/New52 started, ''Batman'' was relaunched with the creative team of Creator/ScottSnyder and Greg Capullo. However, after five years, they decided to do something a bit different; so while Snyder wrote ''All-Star Batman'', he handed off the reigns of the new ComicBook/DCRebirth ''Batman'' to Tom King (''ComicBook/{{Grayson}}'', ''[[ComicBook/TheVision2015 The Vision]]'', ''ComicBook/OmegaMen''). The series is biweekly, with the rotating art team of David Finch (''ComicBook/NewAvengers'', ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil'') and Mikel Janin (''ComicBook/{{Grayson}}'', ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueDark''), with occasional guest artists.

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When the ComicBook/New52 started, ''Batman'' was relaunched with the creative team of Creator/ScottSnyder and Greg Capullo. However, after five years, they decided to do something a bit different; so while Snyder wrote ''All-Star Batman'', he handed off the reigns of the new ComicBook/DCRebirth ''Batman'' to Tom King Creator/TomKing (''ComicBook/{{Grayson}}'', ''[[ComicBook/TheVision2015 The Vision]]'', ''ComicBook/OmegaMen''). The series is biweekly, with the rotating art team of David Finch (''ComicBook/NewAvengers'', ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil'') and Mikel Janin (''ComicBook/{{Grayson}}'', ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueDark''), with occasional guest artists.

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