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Kate Kane Begins in BATWOMAN REBIRTH #1

A new era of Batwoman starts here!

Her time is now! Kate Kane has been kicking all kinds of butt over in Detective Comics since DC Comics began it’s Rebirth initiative. The time’s arrived for Batwoman to strike off on her own, hot off the heels of the recent two-parter setup story “Batwoman Begins” in Detective Comics #948 AND #949 (which we might still have a few copies left if you’re quick about it).

Kate Kane’s been through a lot. She lost her sister and mother as a child. She served in the military to follow in her father’s footsteps. She got kicked out of the army because she refused to betray herself. Then, she returned and took up the mantle of the bat, a symbol to serve a greater cause than one’s own survival made infamous by her cousin, Bruce Wayne AKA Batman! A soldier hardened by war, recovering from experiences fighting a Batman-inspired armed unit known as the Colony that her father created, she made the hardest choice of her life: Locking up the person she counted on the most to support her. Now, her mission is leading Kate away from Gotham but possibly back into the hands of her own demons.

The next era of Batwoman’s adventures start here in this one-shot that’ll get you primed and pumped for her ongoing series. We recently learned that Monster Venom is the hottest new bioweapon on the black market. An organization called “The Many Arms Of Death” is planning to take it global. Batwoman must return to the place where she spent some her (and Kate Kane’s for that matter) darkest hours. Learn where Batwoman comes from and learn where she’s going next as the stage is set for the must-read series you’ll be adding to your pull list.

Marguerite Bennett (DC Comics Bombshells, Angela: Queen of Hel) and Steve Epting (Captain America, American Monster)¬†usher in Batwoman’s next chapter. Don’t get left behind, this is one ride you want to be on.

 

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