The final part of Neil Gaiman's Batman story, Whatever Happened To The Caped Crusader, hit stores this Wednesday, featuring an unusual final fate for Bruce Wayne. But not so unusual, if you'd already read Continuity.

We admit it; it's unlikely-verging-on-impossible that Gaiman ripped off the 2006 indie graphic novel by Jason McNamara and Tony Talbot for the end of his two-part tribute to the Dark Knight (Who knows if he even knows that Continuity exists, despite its 40.000+ readership thanks to it being made available as a free download by the publisher pre-release?). We just thought it was odd to see such a similar end in both books. Apparently protagonists aren't the only things that have tendencies to be born again...


Whatever Happened To The Caped Crusader?