"Fortunate Son": When a young musician who is being looked upon as the next Elvis loses his mind and disappears, Batman and Robin forcefully express their different views on the nature of rock and roll. With their relationship strained and


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Batman

Batman: Fortunate Son is a one-shot with a cover date of August, 1999.

Synopsis for "Fortunate Son"

When a young musician who is being looked upon as the next Elvis loses his mind and disappears, Batman and Robin forcefully express their different views on the nature of rock and roll. With their relationship strained and their generation gap magnified, the two must find a way to work together to save both Gotham and the insane rock idol from himself.

Appearing in "Fortunate Son"

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Antagonists:

  • Izaak Crowe (Only appearance; dies)
  • Roy Lazarus (Only appearance; dies)
    • Evangeline Dove (Single appearance)

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Trivia

  • At Arkham Asylum, an inmate is locked under the name of "Jack Napier", but based on the design, the character seems to be Riddler. Furthermore, on other pages Riddler is seen locked under the name of "Edward Nigma".


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