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Comic Guide - Batman: Gotham Adventures

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Issue #41 - A Tale of Joe
Cover Date - October 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Batman's giving his all to help one of Gotham City's denizens get on the straight and narrow. Unfortunately, the subject of all of his efforts couldn't care less whether or not he was on the right side of the law...or the right side of the Bat. Batman may have to deal with someone who's too lethargic to care about redemption, when dealing with "The Man Called Joe."

Issue #42 - Minute Differences
Cover Date - November 2001
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Craig Rousseau and Dan Davis; cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


It's a hot time in Gotham, as buildings mysteriously explode in flames all over town.


Issue #43 - Turnabout
Cover Date - December 2001
Written by Scott Peterson and Tim Levins; art by Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Who's out to get Harley Quinn? Batman has to take her on as a sidekick to find out. The answer awaits deep in Harley's history...that is, if she and the Dark Knight survive the traps set for them all over Gotham!

Issue #44 - Choices
Cover Date - January 2002
Written by Scott Peterson and Tim Levins; art by Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Two-Face is loose, Nightwing's down, and at the critical moment, Batman's gone! With one decision, the Dark Knight becomes a total stranger to his team.

Issue #45 - Running The Asylum
Cover Date - February 2002
Written by Scott Peterson and Tim Levins; art by Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Darwyn Cooke


Arkham Asylum's in full lockdown, and one of its doctors is missing. It's up to Batman to find out which baddie's in charge.


Issue #46 - Saving Face
Cover Date - March 2002
Written by Scott Peterson and Tim Levins; art by Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


When Scarface and Ventriloquist disagree on how to pull off a job, they become each other's worst enemies - but they're also twice as deadly.

Issue #47 - Case Study
Cover Date - April 2002
Written by Scott Peterson and Tim Levins; art by Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


When the criminal doesn't match up with the crime, Batman makes the rounds in Gotham's underworld and learns there may be a crook in the long arm of the law.

Issue #48 - Actions
Cover Date - May 2002
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins, Rick Burchett and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


As Batman runs a mysterious mission, a tale unfolds within the walls of the Batcave - a tale of a revealing moment from the year young Dick Grayson entered his life.

Issue #49 - The Art of the Steal
Cover Date - June 2002
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


A baffling series of jewelry-store heists puts the Dark Knight on the trail of an unlikely suspect...and a brand-new villain.


Issue #50 - Second Timers
Cover Date - July 2002
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; painted cover by Darwyn Cooke


Catwoman returns! As she faces off with Batman during a foiled break-in, the Cat-burglar takes a bomb. The mystery of who planted it - and what Catwoman was really up to - is one the Dark Knight has to solve with his heart instead of his head.
 
Issue #51 - Early Thaw
Cover Date - August 2002
Written by Jason Hall; art by Brad Rader and Terry Austin; cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


Mr. Freeze is sprung from Arkham by Nora (the ex-wife he never got over) to formulate the compound that might return him - and the life they once shared - to normal. But love is blind.


Issue #52 - Hard Knock Life
Cover Date - September 2002
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Gotham's wild and woolly Lower East Side has a new hero...and it's not the Dark Knight. No, these days the kids are going wild - literally - for Bane! Just what is going on here? And what is Batman going to do about it?

Issue #53 - Green Mind
Cover Date - October 2002
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Gotham gets strangled by a super-plant whose roots run clear to the Batcave. It's got Poison Ivy written all over it...but where is she? And has she uncovered the Dark Knight's secret? Batman must track it - and her - deep into the Amazon jungle to find out.

Issue #54 - Masterwork
Cover Date - November 2002
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


As a crime spree unfolds, a writer tries to get into the minds of Batman and his quarry - and only gets in the way. Will the writer get the story he's looking for, or will she become the story?


Issue #55 - Rescue Me
Cover Date - December 2002
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Rick Burchett and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Batman finds himself caught in a deadly quarrel between mobsters, each claiming the other kidnapped his wife. He's got to help them out - or risk a full-fledged mob war.


Issue #56 - Identity Theft
Cover Date -January 2003
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


A riddle is left for the Batman that seems...wrong somehow. Apparently some has begun stealing the Riddler's schtick. Now it's a race against time for Batman to find the criminal before the Riddler does.


Issue #57 - The Real Deal
Cover Date - February 2003.
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


Bent on proving he’s the smartest of all villains, the Riddler goes one-on-one with Robin, preying on the teenager’s worst fears.


Issue #58 - Crazy Talk
Cover Date - March 2003
Written by Dan Slott, art by James Fry and Ty Templeton; cover by Bob Smith and Terry Beatty


When the Ventriloquist mysteriously breaks a streak of good behavior and breaks out Scarface, Batman and The Creeper try to track down the villain.


Issue #59 - Payback
Cover Date - April 2003
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


A financial scandal rocks Wayne Corp, and Bruce Wayne is determined to get to the bottom of it.



Issue #60 - Leaves
Cover Date - May 2003 - Series Finale (Becomes 'Batman Adventures')
Written by Scott Peterson; art by Tim Levins and Terry Beatty; cover by Bob Smith and Beatty


The tension between Batman and The Joker has hit an all new high! Batman and The Joker are engaged in a stand-off with the lives of some very important hostages hanging in the balance.

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