Source: Twitter via CBM
Scott Snyder tweeted out some "twit-longer" news that Batman number 28 was shifting to 29 to make room for an issue they plan to insert into the now available 28 slot.
NEWS IS: the current BATMAN #28 (the finale of Zero Year - Dark City) will now be BATMAN #29. And a new Batman #28 will come out in its place by me, James Tynion and Dustin Nguyen - a special thank you issue that takes place six months in the future from the present continuity of the DCU, and gives you all sorts of peeks into the craziness planned for 2014.
Then he follows that up with a tweet teasing a character for issue #28:
tease from the new BATMAN #28 by Arkham escapee Dustin Nguyen pic.twitter.com/kW4PuAQpY0— Scott Snyder (@Ssnyder1835) December 10, 2013
Is that Harper Row?
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