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Gotham’s Crime Fighters

Gotham's Crime Fighters

“Gotham’s Crime Fighters” encapsulates the reunion of Batman and the original Robin, Dick Grayson, who first appeared as Robin in Detective Comics #40.
This image of Nightwing illustrated by Jim Lee, is taken from Batman #615 (December 2003); #8 in the acclaimed Hush series.

Despite their long-standing relationship as a superhero team, much friction has brewed between Batman and his young co-star, which is why Robin/Nightwing left the caped crusader.
Robin went on to form the Teen Titans, then, sometime afterward, became the soul defender of Blüdhaven, a disenfranchised city that borders Gotham City. At that time, Robin took on the new identity of Nightwing.

Not until Batman suffered a near-devastating injury at the hands of Bane, did Nightwing go into action to team up with Batman.

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Comes with certificate of authenticity. Signed by the artist, Jim Lee.
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Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
Limited Edition Giclee on Paper
Artwork Dimensions
Canvas: 30.25 x 21.5
Paper: 17 x 25