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Series: Batman: Battle for the Cowl

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Gotham Gazette: Batman Dead? by Fabian NiciezaGotham Gazette 1
Batman: Battle For The Cowl by Tony Daniel
Gotham Gazette: Batman Alive? by Fabian NiciezaGotham Gazette 2
Batman: Battle For The Cowl #1 (of 3) by Tony S. DanielIssue 1
Batman: Battle For The Cowl #2 (of 3) by Tony DanielIssue 2
Batman: Battle For The Cowl #3 (of 3) by Tony S. DanielIssue 3
Azrael: Death's Dark Knight #1 (of 3) by Fabian NiciezaAzrael 1
Azrael: Death's Dark Knight #2 (of 3) by Fabian NiciezaAzrael 2
Azrael: Death's Dark Knight #3 (of 3) by Fabian NiciezaAzrael 3
Oracle: The Cure by Kevin VanHookOracle
Battle For The Cowl: Commissioner Gordon by Royal McGrawBFTC: Commissioner Gordon
Battle For The Cowl: Man-Bat by Joe HarrisBFTC: Man-Bat
Battle For The Cowl: Arkham Asylum by David HineBFTC: Arkham Asylum
Battle For The Cowl: The Network by Fabian NiciezaBFTC: The Network
Battle For The Cowl: The Underground by Chris YostBFTC: The Underground
Batman Vol. 1 #687 by Judd WinickEpilogue
Batman: Battle For The Cowl Companion by Joe HarrisOmnibus 2

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Series description

Batman: Battle for the Cowl is a mini-series published by DC in 2009 while both main comics Batman and Detective Comics were on hiatus.

This is an ordered list of all issues that were part of the extended series.

The mini-series contained 3 issues but it also had a group of related stories in various one-shots and limited series.

This LT series will contain the 3 issues, the related stories and the Collected editions.

The issues in this series are:

Gotham Gazette: Batman Dead?
Batman: Battle for the Cowl 1-3
Azrael: Death's Dark Knight 1-3
Oracle: The Cure 1-3
Battle for the Cowl: Commissioner Gordon
Battle for the Cowl: Man-Bat
Battle for the Cowl: Arkham Asylum
Battle for the Cowl: The Network
Gotham Gazette: Batman Alive?
Battle for the Cowl: The Underground

Batman 687 (Epilogue)

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