Download e-book for iPad: Batman: Bruce Wayne - Fugitive, Vol. 1 by Ed Brubaker

By Ed Brubaker

ISBN-10: 1563899337

ISBN-13: 9781563899331

SC, TPB, NM/M, New, released in November of 2002, Softcover, one hundred sixty pages, complete colour. hide cost $12.95.

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