|"Batman: Broken City"|
Cover of Broken City #1 (Batman #620).
|Publication date||December 2003 – May 2004|
"Batman: Broken City" is a DC Comics storyline that appeared in Batman #620–625, written by Brian Azzarello and illustrated by Eduardo Risso. It features the characters Batman, Killer Croc, The Penguin and the Ventriloquist.
Batman investigates the murder of Elizabeth Lupo, believed to have been killed by Killer Croc. Batman deduces that Lupo's brother Angel hired Croc to murder his sister. While chasing Angel down an alley, it appears the fleeing suspect murdered a father and mother leaving their son an orphan. Infuriated by the similarity of this murder to his own parents murder Batman interrogates various people, such as Margo Farr (Angel Lupo's lover), the Penguin and the Ventriloquist, in mad pursuit of Angel. At last Batman learns that Angel was innocent, Margo Farr hired Croc to murder Elizabeth and the newly orphaned boy murdered his own parents. All this time the Joker has been monitoring Batman's movements.
- Batman: Broken City (144 pages, hardcover, 2004, Titan Books, ISBN 1-84023-829-1, DC Comics, ISBN 1-4012-0133-4, softcover, 2005, Titan Books, ISBN 1-84023-922-0, DC Comics, ISBN 1-4012-0214-4)
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- Broken City at the Comic Book DB
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