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A young Batman must use his developing skills as a detective to track down a murderous impersonator and is led down a trail filled with Native North American mysticism. This hair-raising adventure reveals the genesis of Bruce Wayne's identity as Batman and the origin of the Bat Cave.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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ISBN-10:  1563890836
ISBN-13:  978-1563890833
Author:  Dennis O'Neil
Genre:  Comics & Graphic Novels, Superheroes
Publisher:  DC Comics
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review by . June 03, 2005
This story begins just a few weeks before Miller's Batman: Year One. The two stories begin as a linked entity, the split into separate directions.     As a young Bruce Wayne that is not yet Batman tracks a killer in Alaska, he is nearly killed himself. Brought back to life by an Alaskan Shaman with a story of the Bat, Bruce is saved. He returns to his native Gotham to find the town plagued by a mysterious serial killer, taking lives in the name of Chubala, a religion of South …
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