Synopsis: Bruce shows the Batcave to Sasha - he tells her she is too week to be on the streets with him and gives her 30 days to prepare, or else she will be fired.
An Internal Affairs agent shows up at the GCPD to investigate why the Mad Hatter was successfully able to take over half of the department in the last week.
As the days go by, Sasha keeps her work out routine, while the tension builds up at the police department as Internal Affairs has several detectives under scrutiny.
Bruce seem to enjoy watching Ms. Bordeaux get bored while he spends time with Fairchild.
The Internal Affairs agent finishes his job and tells Bullock he has nothing to worry about his team.
In the last day of Sasha's training she finally manages to pass Batman's test.
Notes: Editor for the Brazilian edition: Fabiano Denardin.
Originally published in Detective Comics (1937) #761 (Oct 2001) as "In Thirty Days".
Synopsis: Bruce tells Sasha about his expectations towards her job as a bodyguard. She responds telling him she will do her job of protecting him regardless of his expectations.
Bruce goes out with Vesper and is accompanied by Sasha, as agreed.
The agent from Internal Affairs is back at the GCPD and tells Montoya about the Rich case. He tells her that blood being found in his apartment and a witness that saw two armed men going in make him believe that Rich was murdered. When they walk out of the precinct, Lt. Bullock seems upset.
Bruce and Vesper are taking a walk by the Botanic Gardens and Sasha tags along. She is completely annoyed by the public demonstrations of affection between Bruce and Vesper. She doesn't seem to be jealous, though, but rather thinking it's too cheesy
Meanwhile, Manny (the Internal Affairs agent) and Montoya interview a group of kids who identify one of Gallante's men as being one of the armed men seen entering Rich's apartment on the day he went missing
At night, Batman spends time teaching Sasha how to use the grapple gun to jump across buildings in Gotham. She is scared at first but then finds out just how thrilling it is and starts to like it. They finish the night beating some thugs.
At the precinct, Manny tells Montoya that he believes Bonetti, Gallante's goon, killed Rich, but that it was facilitated by a cop. Bullock is seen in his office complaining about it not being fair. He grabs a key from his drawer, gives it to Montoya and then resigns.
Notes: Editor for the Brazilian edition: Fabiano Denardin. Originally published in Detective Comics (1937) #762 (Nov 2001) as "Passings".
Synopsis: In a luxurious apartment in Gotham, a man obsessed about cleanliness is attacked by a swarm of cockroaches and becomes a walking roach swarm monster. He steals a car and then drives it against a pesticide factory, blowing the building as a result of the impact. He flees the scene walking and ends up in an alley, where he find a homeless guy lying on the ground. Spoiler is there and watches as he tears out the man's head. She is attacked by the monster and struggles to get out of his grip. Batman rushes to the place and helps her get rid of him.
Notes: Editor for the Brazilian edition: Fabiano Denardin. Originally published in Batman: Gotham Knights (2000) #22 (Dec 2001) as "Bugged out".