Batman: Secrets by Sam Keith. Dark Knight is up against the Joker-- all under the unforgiving eye of the media. Their confrontation is caught on film, and Gotham City's protector appears to pummel his archenemy without mercy.
The House of Hush by Paul Dini, art by Dustin Nguyen, and Derek Fridolfs. After using his surgically-altered face to impersonate his childhood friend, Bruce Wayne, Dr. Tommy Elliot, aka Hush, manages to fool the public but not those who were close to Bruce. The reappearance of an old gangster, whose hatred for the Wayne family rivals Hush's own, complicates Hush's mission to destroy the Wayne legacy forever.
Gotham Central: In the Line of Duty by Greg Rucka, Ed Brubaker. Presenting a powerful and realistic expose of the daily obstacles that the detectives face as they protect and serve, this gritty book follows Gotham's Major Crimes Unit as they race the clock to catch a mysterious cop killer, rescue a kidnapped child, and take down a super-powered arsonist.
Batman & Mr. Freeze: Subzero [DVD] by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment. The ultimate Batman adventure explodes into non-stop, animated action when the Caped Crusader's chilling nemesis, Mr. Freeze, returns to Gotham City and kidnaps Batgirl.
Absolute Power by Jeph Loeb, art by Carlos Pacheco and Jesus Merino. A softcover collecting the blockbuster story "Absolute Power," originally presented in SUPERMAN/BATMAN #14-18! In this reality-bending tale, Superman and Batman rule Earth with an iron fist.
Batman and Robin - Pearl by Peter Tomasi, art by Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray. Damian Wayne, a.k.a. Robin, must prove to Batman, as well as the previous Boy Wonders that he's every bit the hero that his father is in the wake of the cataclysmic events.
Batman Beyond: Tech Wars / Disappearing Inque [DVD] by Warner Home Video. Tech wars: The future world becomes even more dangerous for the new Batman when technological advancements are used for crime. Disappearing Inque: The Gotham City nights give birth to a brand-new super villain. She is a deadly, shape-shifting industrial saboteur named Inque.
Damian: Son of Batman by Grant Morrison, art by Andy Kubert. Damian Wayne, the son of Batman, has adopted the cape and cowl as his own...but what horrific events set this troubled hero on the path of his dark destiny? Plus, a tale where Damian Wayne is the Batman of Tomorrow in a story set 15 years from now in a nightmarish future Gotham!