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Comic Guide - Batman: Gotham Adventures

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Issue #21 - How This World Goes
Cover Date - February 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


A young girl has been kidnapped and the only "eye witness" is a blind jazz musician. Can even Batman, the world's greatest detective, use the information the old man provides to find the girl before the kidnapper takes his revenge?

Issue #22 - Minute Differences
Cover Date - March 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


Gotham's Toughest Father-Daughter, Commissioner Gordon and Batgirl, take to the steets! Keeping it all in the family, our heroes must track down a pair of criminal siblings who have escaped from jail and are now somewhere in Gotham City.

Issue #23 - Do The Wrong Thing
Cover Date - April 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


A plot involving the kidnapping of oil magnates and the acquisition of their property leads Batman on a globe-hopping adventure that takes him to the frozen wilds of Northern Canada and a showdown with a demon - Ra's al Ghul!

Issue #24 - Missed Connections
Cover Date - May 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


Batman and Batgirl must track down the missing Nightwing and Robin, who are being held by a villain who has outwitted them both! Batman can track the heroes down, but will he follow their footsteps right into a trap?

Issue #25 - ...Recognized, With Flashes, And With Glory...
Cover Date - June 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Rick Burchett and Beatty


The Flash pays an unexpected visit to Batman's city, but Batman's not the best representative for Gotham's welcome wagon. While Batman tries to persuade the Flash to "mosey," the Scarlet Speedster is offering his assistance in stopping a computer terrorist. Will our heroes put aside their differences in time to stop the high-tech hoodlum?

Issue #26 - In Arms
Cover Date - July 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Rick Burchett and Beatty


Everyone from the CIA and the FBI to the local Gotham mobs (Russian, Italian, Jamaican, Chinese) are in search of Kristov...and they're willing to kill to get it. Batman doesn't know what Kristov is, but he's not going to let anyone kill - or die - for it!

Issue #27 - Lessons
Cover Date - August 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


A popular college professor of law who teaches a class on organized crime is in jail for the murder of a known mob boss. Has the professor stepped over the line and become judge, jury and executioner? Or is he being framed by a new player on the mob scene in Gotham?

Issue #28 - Notes
Cover Date - September 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


A popular musician is kidnapped by the Riddler, who proceeds to leave baffling riddles for Batman, Robin and Nightwing. But the joke's on E. Nigma when the musician begins leaving his own clues for our heroes in an attempt to outwit the Riddler! Will the Riddler become aware of these double-crosses and end the musician's career once and for all, or will the Bat-family get hip and make all the right moves to save the chart-topper?

Issue #29 - Six Hours To Kill
Cover Date - October 2000
Written by Chuck Dixon; art by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty; cover by Craig Rousseau and Beatty


Batman has been poisoned mysteriously and has only six hours to live, and it's up to Robin to figure out exactly how and why this has happened. The search for an antidote leads the Boy Wonder to Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, but will these baddest of bad girls come to his aid?

Issue #30 - Deals
Cover Date - November 2000
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith & Terry Beatty


Batman must enlist the aid of Clayface to help a young child afflicted with a rare skin disease. Can the Dark Knight convince Clayface to do what's right, or does Clayface have other tricks up his sleeve?
 

Issue #31 - Madness & Chaos All 'Cause of Me
Cover Date - December 2000
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Terry Beatty; cover by Templeton


There's a blackout in Gotham! Citizens everywhere are running scared and who else could be behind such uncontrollable chaos but the Joker? Can the Dark Knight and company get a handle on the madness before someone gets seriously hurt?

Issue #32 - The Remote Controller
Cover Date - January 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


The Scarecrow is up to his usual sinister tricks as he unleashes a deadly gas that has the entire city of Gotham going completely crazy! Mass mayhem and destruction ensue as millions of Gothamites literally lose their minds. Can Batman and the gang save the masses from themselves?

Issue #33 - World Without Batman
Cover Date - February 2001
Written by Ed Brubaker; art by Brad Rader and John Lowe; cover by Bob Smith & Terry Beatty


Batman begins to doubt whether his actions really make a difference in the world, and the guest-starring Phantom Stranger appears to show him what a world without a Dark Knight would look like - and believe us, it isn't pretty! Batman sees first-hand that his quest has made the lives of his comrades much greater, as one by one they seem to follow the wrong path in the Stranger's vision!

Issue #34 - When In Rome
Cover Date - March 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith & Terry Beatty


After several citizens of Gotham City mysteriously disappear, Batman's search leads to the maniacal Maxie Zeus! But what would Maxie want with carpenters and stonecutters? To rebuild Rome!


Issue #35 - Stepping Forward
Cover Date - April 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Bruce Wayne finds himself on the jury of a man he helped capture, and worse yet, the perpetrator is about to go free!


Issue #36 - World's Finest
Cover Date - May 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


The Man of Steel is tracking down a Metropolis mobster who's hiding out in Gotham, but he needs the help of Gotham's hometown hero on his search!


Issue #37 - Images
Cover Date - June 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


While attempting to save a damsel in distress, Batman finds himself facing the Joker and the Penguin. But something is not quite right...because Batman is missing! Robin and Nightwing cannot find their mentor anywhere and they fear the worst.

Issue #38 - Sticking
Cover Date - July 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art and cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


Robin and Batgirl track down a ski-masked criminal who is targeting middle-aged males and sending them to the hospital. But what connection does this have to little-league hockey games?


Issue #39 - Acts
Cover Date - August 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Batman and Co. investigate odd, possibly dangerous occurrences at a production of Macbeth and are surprised to discover that the leading man is actually a very large and malleable Arkham inmate in disguise. Yep, Clayface is back!

Issue #40 - Colder Than Arctic
Cover Date - September 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Freeze is back in Gotham City, and he's looking for a way to bring about a new Ice Age. But he's not working alone this time - there's a mysterious person who has gotten Freeze to implement this latest plan. Batman must figure out what Freeze is looking for, what he's trying to do and who's got the influence over Freeze to push him toward this mad plan. But time is running out.

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