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EXCLUSIVE DC Preview: I Am Batman #2

Jace Fox is on the streets as Batman, fighting the misinformation and violence flooding Gotham City during Fear State.

Jace Fox is on the streets as Batman, fighting the misinformation and violence flooding Gotham City during Fear State. What mysterious connection exists between the Magistrate and The Next Batman: Second Son villain Arkadine? And what Gotham vigilante pays the ultimate price when a misguided young man shoots him down in cold blood?

I Am Batman #2

Writer: John Ridley
Artist: Stephen Segovia
Colors: Rex Lokus
Letters: Troy Peteri
Cover: Olivier Coipel & Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Variant Cover: Francesco Mattina
Release Date: October 12, 2021

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