Batman Beyond #43 brings with it the start to a new plot, and thus, a whole new set of trials for our futuristic hero.
Tag - Dan Jurgens
Booster Gold finds himself in a winding mystery.
Batman Beyond #42 brings two heroes to the forefront in a battle against a classic Batman Beyond villain.
Batwoman is here to save the day, and perhaps Terry in the process, in Batman Beyond #41, though things are sure not to go according to plan.
Nightwing #70, written by Dan Jurgens with art by Ryan Benjamin and a cover by Mike Perkins, hits shelves March 18th from DC Comics.
Terry is missing and getting into more trouble than he even knows about. Meanwhile, the identity of Batwoman is finally revealed in Batman Beyond #40.
There's a new Batwoman protecting the streets of Gotham in Batman Beyond #39. To make matters more interesting, Terry is still missing, and an old antagonist...
While Terry is out of commission, a new hero has stepped up to the plate in Batman Beyond #38. But so have new villains.
Terry, and therefore Batman, is still missing in Batman Beyond #37. But thankfully, Gotham has a tendency to collect both villains and heroes, and it would...
Batman Beyond #36: when everything is on the line, it’s always amazing to see who shows up to help, and how quickly things change.
Batman Beyond #35 is speeding up the plot, revealing new backstory for the latest antagonist, and bringing back some old friends.
Lately, they’ve been really upping the ante for Batman Beyond. Suddenly Terry has been forced to deal with multiple antagonists at once. Some from the past...
Batman Beyond #33 introduces a new subplot for Terry to deal with—and fans of classic Batman will appreciate this throwback.
Batman Beyond #30 has Terry questioning Matt’s future as Robin, and with good reason, considering the last issue.
Batman Beyond #29 brings a surprising conclusion to the end of the most recent plot. It’s leaving readers wondering if things have truly been settled.
Terry is up against one of Bruce’s greatest villains, but is he up for the challenge? Batman #28 brings things full circle.