Dixon, Nolan and Janson are the creative team on Detective 720 (April 1998), chapter 5 of Cataclysm. Gotham has been hit by a massive earthquake, leaving Batman trapped in the cave when Wayne Manor collapses. As with Contagion, this storyline does an excellent job of giving interesting arcs to many of the supporting players, and telling a large, sprawling story while keeping it grounded in smaller, personal events.
The art is top-notch, and the ruined Gotham looks just terrifying.
Helena Bertinelli had the misfortune to be down in the subway when the earthquake hit. She dons her Huntress outfit, hoping to make people follow her to safety.
Instead, she comes across a wanted felon in the subway car, who believes that she is only there for him, and the situation deteriorates rapidly.
She does manage to get most of the people out of the subway car, but when the shooter gets partly buried by another collapse, she leaves him to die in the rubble.
Alfred, also trapped in the cave, is more surprised than he ought to be when Harold bulldozes his way in.
Batman has spent this issue swimming through flooded tunnels and caves, trying to find a way out. It a taught scene, with limited air, but he does make it out.
But his first view of Gotham does not make for a happy ending.
The story continues in the next issue of Robin.