Batman (1940) #674
"Batman Dies at Dawn" is written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Tony Daniel and Sandu Florea. What can the Batman teach the Gotham City Police Department? Some feel that after many years of fighting the world's most dangerous criminals as a one-man army, the Darknight Detective could offer many lessons in the effective law enforcement. But unfortunately, to make someone a devoted crime-fighter like Batman, that person may have to endure a great deal of personal tragedy.
For Bruce Wayne, it was the brutal murder-robbery that claimed the lives of his parents that transformed a young boy into an instrument of justice. But what horror would be needed to mold the psyche of someone else who wanted to be just like the Batman. For a trio of police officers recruited by GCPD military liaison Doctor Hurt, enduring sorrows in their pasts ran deep and left lasting scars; emotional damage had unhinged their minds and bent their wills to one cause: stopping criminals. One was an expert marksman, the second was given the Bane drug and became unstoppable juggernaut and the third currently has Batman tied to a chair undergoing slow torture! Is this law and order taken to its extreme?