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The story is told in 3 acts.

Act 1: Batman is investigating a scene and the clues lead him to Talia. Talia explains she is looking for a statue stolen from Rha's and that she will be leaving Gotham. She offers to travel together, knowing that he will follow. Batman's only interest is in the thief's location.

Act 2: Talia finds Bruce Wayne in his hotel room (meaning they arrived separately) and drags him out on a date. Following a series of romantic events, just as they are getting touchy Bruce decides to call it a day. They follow the trail of the statue together, but are caught and tied inside a warehouse that is set on fire.

Act 3: As they are escaping the fire, Talia confronts Bruce about their proposal. Following a kiss, Batman escapes to attack the thugs while Talia stops the big boss from getting away and recovers the statue. Batman asks what was inside it and Talia departs broken hearted.

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romance, great action shots and Batman being a DICK (what's new?) 0

I'm not the biggest bat-fan, but this issue gets me so good. There are so many panels in which there is a lot of motion, sometimes in consecutive panels, sometimes in one. The first of these is at the beginning of Act 2. Eiffel tower, we know where we are, and Batman's in his underwear, on his bed in his room, when he hears his door open. Within very short moments, seconds or even less, he jumps off the bed, somersaults and is in an alert posture behind the door. This is Batman, and he is a fit,...

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