Is the New 52 Batman Vol. 2 finished?

If it is, has it been compiled into one book?

If it is not, which hardcover books are part of it?

  • Surely there is a rule against questions like these. In due time, this question will be irrelevant, no? Commented Jul 31, 2017 at 15:48
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  • @ghotiandchips Oi... i dunno, it's just a question that relates to the topic of the website. Plus, it has a non-obvious answer that is tough to find among the google noise. If we only ask questions that will forever remain questions, like why does the Joker always laugh, this website would be wholly intolerable. As I see it, if you are looking for an objective answer that relates to the topic, ask away.
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Batman Vol 2 was a 52 edition series that went on from The Start of the New 52 up until Rebirth. Although The New 52 has ended and has become Rebirth, the story continues into Batman: Rebirth Vol 1 #1, which in turn continues on into Batman Volume 3.

Volume 2 has not been compiled into a book, however has been compiled into 10 collections. Which can be found here.

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