BATMAN Goes After BRUCE WAYNE's 'Billionaire Peers' in BATMAN GIANT #3

Batman Giant #3
Credit: Eddy Barrows/Eber Ferreira (DC)
Credit: Eddy Barrows/Eber Ferreira (DC)

It's Batman vs. billionaires in the lead story of February 5's Batman Giant #3. DC has revealed the contents of the 100-page giant three days ahead of retailers' deadline to place orders.

Writer Mark Russell and artists Ryan Benjamin and Richard Friend are working on the 16-page lead story, titled "Dragnet."

"Batman goes after the biggest criminals in Gotham City: Bruce Wayne's billionaire peers," reads DC's description of the story. "But when these blue-blooded businessmen turn to the Joker for help, they find themselves in over their heads. It's up to Bruce Wayne to step in and save them...even though he may be just as guilty as the rest."

A second new story - "A Flip of the Coin" by writer Frank Tieri and artists Scot Eaton and Wayne Faucher - will follow.

"Locked up in Arkham Asylum, Two-Face dreams of a better life-one with a white picket fence far away from Gotham City and Batman. He's got the perfect plan, and it's all within his long as his coin flip turns up heads."

In addition to those two new stories, Batman Giant #3 will include reprints of: "The Court of Owls Part 3: The Thirteenth Hour," from Batman #3 (2009); "Elegy Part 2: Misterioso," from Detective Comics #855 (2011); "Better than Batman Part 3," from Nightwing #3 (2016).

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