Bruce Wayne might be the richest man in Gotham, but he's no longer the richest person.
No, that title belongs to Sandra Feng: CEO of Feng Corporate, self-made billionaire and the newest face in town. An infamously ruthless businesswoman who holds her secrets in a vice-like grip, a thick veil of mysteries and rumors surround Sandra and her family - one that all of Gotham's upper-class want to pull away, revealing the reason behind the Fengs' move to the city.
Everyone knows that when you want to infiltrate a fortress, you choose the weakest spot. So, it seems only natural that seventeen-year-old Faye Feng is under attack by the children of her parents' rivals. But to her classmates' dismay, she's more like her mother than they thought: Smart, quick and unrelentingly snide. Regardless, she's bound to slip up, and Bruce Wayne wants to be the first to know when she does, so who better to catch the early worm than the robin himself?
At first, Richard 'Dick' Grayson's not so keen on manipulating a girl that he finds extremely pretty, but he's always up for a challenge, and there's no bigger challenge than Faye Feng. However, the stakes get higher when criminal activity spikes to be the worst Gotham City's seen in a decade, with a particular taste for murder amongst the wealthy. The Fengs' arrival seems to have brought an influx of crime, and you don't have to be the world's best detective to figure out that it's not a coincidence, but whether they're behind it all, or are fated to be the latest victims remains to be seen.
So, if Batman and Robin want to keep their city safe, they'd better hurry, because the clock is ticking, and cracking the mystery of the Fengs is the only thing that'll make it stop.
'I will love you until the world ends.'
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