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Beyond being part 5 of the Knightmares arc, it’s a sneaky sequel to the (bizarrely) award winning Batman/[Elmer] Fudd. -- Tom King

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"To me, this project is a follow up to Mister Miracle—a realization of that original idea. Mister Miracle was a look at one small character, this C-list level character, and dissecting that person and looking at his impact on the entire DCU. We’re taking that concept and following it up by opening that to the entire DCU and looking at every single character the same way we looked at Scott Free." - Tom King

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People have been asking the right questions. They're like, "Who created the Gothams? How did they get their powers?" That's a great question. That's part of the Bane mystery. Bane got beat so easy. He got beaten by a headbutt. People were like, "That's such an easy way to get beaten! Why did Bane get beaten?" I was like, ah, that's a good question. That was on purpose. That's part of this Bane mystery. All of that plays in. -- Tom King

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How do you break Batman? Breaking him physically never works. He gets broken physically a thousand times. Even killing a Robin... how many Robins have died, you know? As a villain, how do you break this person? And this idea that the way to break him is to make him happy -- to do what I've been talking about this whole time, which was, "What happens if Batman gets happiness?" -- and then to sort of yank that away from him. How do you break Batman? You break his heart, was the answer that Bane came up with. -- Tom King

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Don’t tell, but I’m trying to make “How can I help?” Dick Grayson’s new catchphrase. It just seems very him. -- Tom King

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This has been the direction since issue #1. I’ve got a 100 issues plan. If you look back in issue #1, Catwoman is not in the issue, but we do alternative covers, and you’ll see that a lot of the alternative covers feature Catwoman because when they first asked “What is your run going to be about?” way before I wrote it, I said, “It’s going to be about Catwoman and Batman.” -- Tom King

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'Tangled Web' was a short-lived anthology series featuring Spider-Man. Or rather, people who were affected by him one way or another. This is one of the stronger ones in my opinion.

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This isn't the best scene between Matt Murdock and Karen Page, but it is an interesting one. Matt finds Karen after a long absence, which involved Typhoid Mary.

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Here's one of my favorite Daredevil stories, and it really isn't "special," aside from being the final issue of Ann Nocenti's run on the book. Also, the art is by Lee Weeks.

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