Written by IvCNuB4
on Tuesday, June 19 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
Scott Snyder teases Batman #0 and the next major story-line after Zero Month.
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the DCU relaunch, all September issues will feature #0 issues that will explore the history of DC characters from before the relaunch.
According to Snyder, the Bat-titles will feature different times of Bruce Wayne's life and history.
Batman #0 will feature a young Bruce Wayne returning to Gotham, establishing his life and role before moving back into the Manor and taking over Wayne Industries. And before formally becoming Batman. Some of what we see here will have major ramifications in later stories.
Snyder promises this will not
be a rehash of Batman: Year One
and will have new allies, enemies, twists, and a few surprises !
#11 July: final chapter of "Court of Owls"
#12 August: Art by Becky Cloonan, a stand-alone story featuring more on Harper Row from issue #7. Back-up story Art by Andy Clarke.
#0 September: Art by Greg Capullo.
#13 October: Art by Greg Capullo, featuring one of Batman's Rogue Gallery villains.
Cover to Batman #12 by Greg Capullo
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