"Batman: Legacy" is a sequel to another Batman story arc - "Contagion" - and serves, in some small part, as a follow-up to "Knightfall." Specifically, "Legacy" features the first rematch between Batman and Bane since the latter put the former into a wheelchair. After an outbreak of an incredibly lethal disease known as "The Clench" (but also known as the Ebola Gulf A, the Apocalypse Plague, and the Filovirus for some reason), Batman joins forces with Robin, Nightwing, Oracle, The Huntress, Azrael, and Catwoman to find its cure. The search leads them to the Middle East, where they learn that Ra's al Ghul and Bane - his new heir - are responsible for its release. Eventually, Batman and company return to Gotham City to stop Ra's and his League of Assassins from unleashing the disease onto the public. Batman manages to destroy the disease before it can do any real damage, then goes on to beat the dickens out of Bane in hand-to-hand combat. "Batman: Legacy" might not be fondly recalled as one of the great Batman stories, but its similarities to The Dark Knight Rises are undeniable - in particular, Bane's connection to Ra's al Ghul and his League of Assassins (the comic book equivalent of the League of Shadows from Batman Begins). Of course, we'll have to wait and see if Bane actually has connections to the League of Shadows in the forthcoming film, but it certainly seems likely at this point.