Batwoman Vol. 1 (Paperback)

The Many Arms of Death (Rebirth)

By Marguerite Bennett, James IV Tynion, Steve Epting (Illustrator)

DC Comics, 9781401274306, 168pp.

Publication Date: November 21, 2017

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Fresh from her adventures in Detective Comics, Katherine Kane returns with her own DC Rebirth title—and an intriguing new mystery to solve—in Batwoman Vol. 1: The Many Arms of Death.
 
Someone is selling cutting-edge weaponry on the black market, and their aim is to kill as many people—from as many nations—as possible. With help from her intrepid assistant, Julia Pennyworth, and their high-tech mobile command center, the yacht Sequoia, Batwoman quickly tracks the weapons to their source: a small, lawless island known as Coryana, home to pirates, outlaws…and a year of Batwoman’s life.
 
Back before she joined the Bat-Family, Kate Kane spent some time with Coryana’s unofficial matriarch—and nearly lost herself in the process. Now her past is quickly catching up to her, and if Batwoman can’t figure out who to trust, the next thing she loses will be her life!
 
Acclaimed writers Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV and artists Steve Epting (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Stephanie Hans and Renato Arlem launch Batwoman into an explosive new era in Batwoman Vol. 1: The Many Arms of Death, collecting the Batwoman: Rebirth one-shot special and issues #1-6.


About the Author

Marguerite Bennett is a comic book writer working for such major publishers as DC Comics, Marvel, Aftershock, BOOM! Studios, Rosy Press, and more. She is best known for project such as DC's Bombshells, A-Force, Angela: Queen of Hel, Red Sonja and Insexts. Marguerite is currently writing Batwoman for DC Rebirth.


Praise For Batwoman Vol. 1: The Many Arms of Death (Rebirth)

"The relaunch Kate Kane has deserved for years.” —Paste Magazine

“Epting’s art is beautiful.” —Comicosity
 
“It’s new reader-friendly, but also entertaining for readers who are already fans of the character.” —Newsarama