Batman Confidential #1-39 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 39 CBR | DC Comics | Dec 13 2006 - Dec 16 2009 | 553.2 MB Total
Batman Confidential, like Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, features stories by rotating creative teams and will continue to be set in the early years of Batman’s career. The similarities, however, stop there. Rather than feature early crime-fighting Batman tales, Batman Confidential will feature stories that illustrate key moments in the character’s past such as first meetings, critical decisions, alliances, confrontations and events that would shape him as the character he is today. The stories told may or may not be actual canon, as aspects (such as The Joker's origin story) differ greatly from previous versions. All issues are self-contained story arcs, told by rotating creative teams; the idea being to give top creators the chance to tell complete stories without the hassles of mainstream continuity. The first issue launched on December 6, 2006 although actually released December 13, 2006. The current issue #39, released Wednesday, December 16, 2009, concludes the four-issue story arc "Blackhawk Down."
For ease of upload--as well as download--I sorted the issues into ordinal archived story arcs, except for the last story arc which still consists of individual CBR files:
1 - Rules of Engagement (#1-6) -- Alliance with Lucius Fox, the current CEO of Wayne Enterprises; introduction of the Batwing and how Batman acquired it; and first encounter with Superman's arch enemy Lex Luthor.
2 - Lovers & Madmen (#7-12) -- The beginnings of the Joker; the creation of the Bat Computer; the first meeting between the future Joker and future Harley Quinn.
3 - Wrath Child (#13-16) -- Gordon's transferral to Chicago for fifteen years is explained.
4 - The Bat & the Cat (#17-21) -- The first encounter between Batgirl and Catwoman.
5 - Do You Understand These Rights? (#22-25) -- The first time Batman puts the Joker in jail, but that doesn't stop him from continuing his killing spree while in custody.
6 - A New Dawn (#26-28) -- Batman investigates a string of murders involving museum executives. Since mysterious riddles are being left behind as clues, suspicion naturally falls upon the Riddler. However, the perpetrator this time is not the Riddler but King Tut, a character created for the late 60s Batman TV series making his first appearance in comic-book continuity.
7 - Bad Cop (#29-30) -- A sequel to Do You Understand These Rights?. The police officer that the Joker had tortured goes insane and terrorizes Gotham City.
8 - The Bat and the Beast (#31-35) -- The corruption in post-Cold War Russia is told through the story of a bear mutant--an updated, less retarded version of old Batman foe The KGB Beast--and his connections to a Russian Mafia head who wants to hold Gotham for ransom by threatening it with a nuclear explosion.
9 - Blackhawk Down (#36-39) -- Batman enlists the help of Lady Blackhawk.
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