BATMAN (1940-2011) #436-439 YEAR THREE BUNDLE
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"Year Three" is a comic book storyline published in the United States by DC Comics, which explores Batman's third year as a crimefighter. It was written by Marv Wolfman and pencilled by Pat Broderick and originally appeared in Batman #436–439 (Aug – Sept 1989), which were published semi-monthly and featured covers by George Pérez. The plot involved the origin of the first Robin and his initial interactions with Batman. It also includes sequences set in the (when it was originally published contemporary) 1989 Batman continuity, a period in which Batman recovers from the recent death of the second Robin (Jason Todd), Dick Grayson (the original Robin) returns to Gotham City after a long absence and Boss Zucco (the individual responsible for the death of Grayson's parents) is paroled. Additionally, the storyline features the first appearance of Tim Drake, who would later become the third Robin. The story is a sequel of sorts to the previous "Batman: Year One" and "Batman: Year Two" storylines (which were all edited by Dennis O'Neil, but produced by different creative teams) and is the last in the sequence. Unlike its predecessors Batman: Year Three has never been collected in a standalone trade paperback, though it can be found as part of Batman: The Caped Crusader Vol. 2.