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"Duty. Trust. Partnership.": Gotham is terrorized by a man dressed in diving gear and wielding a harpoon gun, who asks the people "Can you swim?" and shoots them with a harpoon regardless of their answer as he travels through Gotham in a limousine. Renee Montoya is

Batman Chronicles #13 is an issue of the series Batman Chronicles (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1998.

Appearing in "Duty. Trust. Partnership."

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  • Harpoon Man

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  • Jane Wurth (Flashback only)
  • Sigmund Seja (Mentioned only)
  • Kim Seja (Mentioned only)
  • Judge Newell (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for "Duty. Trust. Partnership."

Gotham is terrorized by a man dressed in diving gear and wielding a harpoon gun, who asks the people "Can you swim?" and shoots them with a harpoon regardless of their answer as he travels through Gotham in a limousine. Renee Montoya is assigned a misogynistic partner but still solves the case.

Appearing in "Friends, Lies and Audiotape"

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  • Demetrius Williams

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  • Officer Hendricks

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Synopsis for "Friends, Lies and Audiotape"

Hardback Bock is assigned a case involving his former partner Demetrius Williams, now a security guard, who claims he shot and killed a teenager in a parking garage because he was a carjacker whose friend had a gun. Bock proves that Williams was lying and that the boy and his friend had in fact stumbled across evidence of Williams's carjacking ring. Williams shot the boy to silence them, but his friend caught the incriminating conversation on tape.

Appearing in "Partners"

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  • Sweet
  • Roy Jones

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Synopsis for "Partners"

Harvey Bullock is forced to work with Shotgun Smith when a series of crimes in both Gotham and Gotham Heights target Bengallia right before the country's president arrives for a state visit. The culprit is revealed to be Sweet, a refugee from Bengallia who settled in Gotham Heights. He hoped to bargain for his brother's freedom with the jewel he stole.

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