Batman: Outlaws

Issue #1

Cover Date: 2000
Subtitle:
Writer(s): Doug Moench
Artists(s): Paul Gulacy, Charles Yoakum
Storyline: A senator was assassinated at a public speaking event in Gotham. Batman was videotaped apprehending the shooter. National outcry facilitated an anti-vigilante task force to be created after the vigilantes failed to surrender. Using high-tech experimental helicopters and other state-of-the-art technologies, Batman, Robin, Huntress, Nightwing, and Catwoman all suffered attacks in the first night.


Issue #2

Cover Date: 2000
Subtitle:
Writer(s): Doug Moench
Artists(s): Paul Gulacy, Charles Yoakum
Storyline: Gordon was strong-armed into cooperating. After receiving complimentary intelligence from the Bloodhawks, Gordon turned the information over to the BatSquad. With the data and surveillance A-V from Catwoman, Oracle was able to piece together that the Bloodhawks were creating terrorism to justify their own existence.


Issue #3

Cover Date: 2000
Subtitle:
Writer(s): Doug Moench
Artists(s): Paul Gulacy, Charles Yoakum
Storyline: Batman traveled to Central America to follow up on one of the Bloodhawks' previous missions. He uploaded a dictators files to Oracle and stole a picture of him with the Bloodhawk leader. Catwoman infiltrated their camp and made off with a chopper and other goodies. She handed them off to the BatSquad. Oracle got info to Gordon - the GCPD and BatSquad went after the Bloodhawks and took them down.