|Batman Eternal #24|
|September 17, 2014|
|Written by||Ray Fawkes, story by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV, consulting writers Kyle Higgins, Tim Seeley|
|Cover by||Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson|
|Interior Art by||Andy Clarke|
|Lettering by||Steve Wands|
|Edited by||Chris Conroy, Matt Humphreys, Dave Wielgosz, Mark Doyle|
|Previous Issue||Batman Eternal #20|
|Next Issue||Batman Eternal #26|
Spoiler goes head to head with her father, the deadly Cluemaster – and the fate of Gotham City hangs in the balance!
Summary of Stephness: Steph gets the cover! And is full of agency and action and awesomeness. The story has a really nice structure, flashing back to Steph breaking her arm on a bike trying to impress her father, then showing her listening to her father and Hush discussing the master plan to destroy Gotham/Batman/All That Is Good. Arthur turns out to have known she was there the whole time, and immediately attempts to kill her again. She escapes on a motorcycle, and manages to get him to launch a rocket outside of Gotham limits, leading to his arrest, and a parallel to her trying to get his attention as a child on a bike. She ends the story triumphant, as a good Steph should be.