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- Alfred Pennyworth
- Harvey Bullock
- James Gordon
- Sonia Alcana (Single appearance)
- Rocky Ballantine (Single appearance)
- Kathy Duquesne (Single appearance)
- Barbara Gordon
A new hero has arrived in Gotham and it is a mystery to even Batman who this new Batwoman actually is. Batman must figure out who Batwoman is to stop familiar enemies Penguin and Rupert Thorne from selling illegal weapons to the nation of Kasnia. In league with gangster Carlton Duquesne, the criminals hire Bane to take out anyone interfering with their business.
Despite taking the symbol of the Bat as a sign of justice, Batwoman sullies the Bat prefix by taking out criminals with ruthless and dangerous techniques. In fact, moral qualms such as sparing lives do not even come into question. Batwoman's main focus is on illegal activity by the Penguin, Thorne, and Carlton Duquesne.
Much of Batman's time is spent trying to discover the identity of the Batwoman. Following various leads and discovering possible motives from a number of suspects, Batman is repeatedly frustrated in his investigation as several candidates are found and excluded.
Batman and Robin set out to stop the Batwoman from making mistakes as she tries to take out the villains. Batwoman utilizes some of the most advanced technology ever seen in Gotham City. Bruce Wayne, Batman's alter ego, becomes involved with a new lady in his life, the daughter of Kathleen Duquesne.
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