Synopses & Reviews
BATMAN: DETECTIVE NO. 27 is a riveting tale of murder and mystery that reimagines the origin and mythos of the Caped Crusader in the late 19th century. Years after witnessing his parents' murder, a young Bruce Wayne has become the top agent in a secret organization of detectives created by the infamous Allan Pinkerton. But when a mysterious adversary appears, the super-sleuth finds himself entangled in a case that not even he can solve. Now as Bruce interacts with such legendary historical figures as Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Gregor Mendel, and Babe Ruth, he must find a way to unravel this deadly mystery and take down his nefarious rival.