Detective 754 (March 2001) is the sixth chapter in Officer Down, a storyline running through the Batman books this month, in which Commissioner Gordon gets shot, and the regular creative teams get shunted around.
Nunzio Defilipis scripts, with Michael Collins on pencils, and Jesse Delperdang and Steven Bird on inks, as Crispus Allen and Renee Montoya try to extract a confession from the man they are certain is guilty of shooting Gordon. He was a policeman in Chicago years ago, and Gordon fired him for corruption.
The evidence they have is not enough for a conviction, but even with Renee doing all she can as bad cop, the guy never loses his cool.
Barbara Gordon is sitting vigil with her father, while Batman watches from an adjacent roof. Harvey Bullock comes by, with a picture of the man, but Gordon did not see his shooter, and cannot identify him.
Allen nearly gets the confession they want, after threatening the man with Batman, who he fears will kill him. He actually admits the crime, but modifies his sentence to wheedle out of it.
They release him, and Batman corners him. But when he finds out that Batman does not intend to kill him, his composure returns, and goes free.
The story continues in the next issue of Gotham Knights.
Gorfinkel, Johnson and Panosian leave the Jacobian under the sea, as Nereus heads above the waves to attack a city. Nereus remembers the Jacobian, but it’s not mutual. The Jacobian recalls none of his abilities, yet retains some, as he and Leelee are able to breathe and talk underwater.
Leelee is finally able to convince the Jacobian that he is her husband. It’s been pretty obvious for a while now, but he’s suffered numerous memory wipes, and wouldn’t have believed her had she said it at the start.
The Jacobian makes a deal with the Mahmetchik to restore enough of his powers that he can stop Nereus, which they do.