City of Crime, by Lapham, Bachs and Massengil, continues in Detective 808 (Sept. 05).
Robin sits guard over Arnold Wesker, and the Scarface doll. It’s a good thing he is there, as the mud people are trying to get in and kill the Ventriloquist.
Meanwhile, Batman spends his time in his new identity, making friends, and even moving in, with other longshoremen.
The story pauses after this issue, resuming after War Crimes.
Croc begins a three-part story in this issue, by Andersen Gabrych, Tommy Castillo and Rodney Ramos. The story does not take place before War Games, but after it! Wow! And though it touches on War Games, it really is more of a sequel to Hush, which saw Croc get altered to a more bestial form.
Black Mask’s men are sent out to get him, and bring him under Black Mask’s control. That fails significantly.
Croc has his own agenda, and seeks out a doctor who dealt with him in earlier days.
The story continues in the next issue.