One of Batman's oldest foes is back in Detective Comics Annual #2, and the secret of his identity lies in a forgotten piece of Batman lore.
Christopher Baggett is a Georgia-based writer, gamer, and creator who joined the Comic Book Resources team in 2017 after spending time on his own website, The HomeWorld and writing for several other sites. He is a two-time National Novel Writing Month winner. His first graphic novel work will be published in the upcoming anthology "Advanced Death Saves." A lifelong comic book fan and a collector since middle school, Christopher has a fond appreciation for the concept of the legacy character and enjoys watching his favorite heroes grow within their roles. When he isn't writing, Christopher is creating projects for his YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/jcbaggee) or streaming on his Twitch channel, You Shall Be As Games (http://www.twitch.tv/jcbaggee). You can find him on Twitter or Instagram as @JCBaggee.
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