DC COmics has released a preview of Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #1, in stores next qeek, 05/12/2010!
From the DCU Blog:
It’s all been building to this, folks. Bruce Wayne – Batman – has been lost in time and believed dead by his closest allies. His former sidekick has taken the cowl. Gotham remains under constant assault. But the question remains: where – or when – is Batman?
BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #1 launches a special, six-issue event that chronicles the return of the original Dark Knight, springing from the mind of writer Grant Morrison. With each issue spanning a different era of time and featuring the dynamic artwork of a different, A-list comic book artist.
First up we have Chris Sprouse, who handles art chores on the first, extra-sized issue. And we just so happen to have a first look at the pages below. In the on-deck circle: Frazer Irving for #2. Get ready.
BATMAN: RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #1 hits 5/12.
Source: The Source
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