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A circus aerialist murdered in his prime, Boston Brand haunts the Earth in search of justice.
In life, Boston Brand was one of the world's greatest acrobats. But in death, he became one of its greatest heroes. Brand performed as a trapeze artist using the stage name "Deadman" due to his death-defying acts, ghostly white face paint and flamboyant costume. But during one of his performances, he was murdered in midair by a mysterious assassin known only as "The Hook." When he died, his spirit was granted the power to possess any living being by the Hindu god Rama Kushna, so that Boston could search for his killer and receive a measure of peace. Now a literal Deadman, he was both a ghost and a DC superhero.
Although Deadman would eventually catch his murderer, who'd killed him as part of an elaborate initiation ritual to join an elite group of assassins, he continued to use his abilities to help people in the mortal world. While the majority of Earth's heroes don't know about Brand's existence as Deadman, there are a select few who do. He's worked several times with Batman, as well as more supernaturally inclined heroes like the Spectre and the Sentinels of Magic. In more recent years, he's served as a member of the Justice League Dark. Whether solo or partnered with other heroes, Deadman continues to haunt the Earth, protecting the innocent and working to balance the scales of justice.
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First Look: The Court of Owls Enters the Batman Animated UniversePaul Dini, Alan Burnett and the world of Batman: The Animated Series return in this first look at Batman: The Adventures Continue Season Two!
Part 1 of the 2-part "Homecoming." Brandon Cayce's troubles didn't begin when he died in that downtown plane crash. The secrets of his life before death unfold as Brandon and Scott cope with the fact that their own father may have been part of conspiracy to breach the borders between dimensions.
Sensei is down. Deadman is heading toward Nanda Parbat. Can Ra’s al Ghul be far behind?
Just as Ra’s al Ghul is hidden in this six-part miniseries, so is his near-demonic influence hidden and slowly revealed in this final issue!
Concluding the 5-part debut story arc in sweeping fashion, Brandon uses his deadly new powers in an attempt to rescue Sarah from the bomber-jacketed assassins. Then he stretches his abilities even further for a confrontation with his comatose father that leaves Brandon wondering where he stands on the plane of reality.
Deadman returns from contacting his comatose father in an alternate dimension to find that Sarah has been attacked and her pregnancy, apparently, terminated. But thousands of miles away, a complete stranger finds herself either mysteriously or miraculously with child.
Brandon and Sarah continue their search for her missing baby but hit a snag when they have a run-in with Scotland Yard. Things are not what they appear as Sarah tangles with the police and Brandon stretches his powers to travel across the pond to the U.S.A. in search of the missing fetus.
Part 2 of the debut story arc by writer Bruce Jones (NIGHTWING, THE WARLORD) and innovative artist John Watkiss. Brandon Cayce wakes up in another reality, one where the beautiful Sarah is his own wife, not his brother's. Nothing makes him happier, but Brandon quickly discovers that for a dead man, opening doors between dimensions can have grave consequences even for the living.