A review by bloodravenlib
Batman: Bruce Wayne, Fugitive, Vol. 1 by Chuck Dixon, Roger Robinson, Rick Leonardi, Dave Ross, Ed Brubaker, Devin Grayson, Andrew Pepoy, Sean Phillips, William Rosado, Scott McDaniel, Jesse Delperdang, Phil Noto, Damion Scott, Kelley Puckett, Trevor McCarthy


The plot continues to thicken. This picks up right after Bruce Wayne: Murderer?. Nightwing, Oracle, and the others go about recreating the crime and figuring out how Bruce Wayne could have been framed. Meanwhile, Batman has given up on his Bruce Wayne identity and gone off on his own, alienating even his allies. His allies now know how the frame was done, but not who or why. And an old retired police detective motivates Batman to reconsider his actions as he makes Batman carry on a promise. The pace remains quick in this series, but the plot also gets more complicated. I am definitely moving along to the second volume of the Fugitive series. Very hard to put down. I read this volume pretty much in one sitting before bedtime.