Collects Wonder Woman (1987) #160-161, "Skull-Duggery" from Batman: Gotham City Secret Files, Batman (1940) #588-590 and Detective Comics (1937) #787.
*Superstar writer Brian K. Vaughan makes a rare foray into the super-heroic realm of the DC Universe in Batman: False Faces.
The Dark Knight has always managed to balance his double life as Batman and billionaire Bruce Wayne. But what happens when leading a double life becomes too much for him to handle? Up against his old enemies the Ventriloquist and the Mad Hatter, the guardian of Gotham City must keep it together in the face of their criminal endeavors... although his greatest adversary may be his own secret lives.
And when classic Batman villain Clayface decides to play a deadly new role, it's Wonder Woman who finds herself fighting to survive an identity crisis of her own.
Vaughan spins a tale of how dangerous wearing a false face can be... and of how we can become lost behind the masks we wear!
Batman: False Faces is written by Brian K. Vaughan with art by Scott McDaniel, Rick Burchett, Scott Kolins and Marcos Martin. Collecting the best of Vaughan's earliest work for the first time ever, this special volume features an all-new introduction from the author himself. *Source: Back Cover