Tom King revealed that he intends for the Batman/Catwoman maxiseries to be a “story with out compromise” within the vein of The Darkish Knight Returns.
With regards to Batman tales, Frank Miller’s The Darkish Knight Returns stays an inspiration for a number of creators. This was the case for Tom King, as his Batman/Catwoman maxiseries let him work with the Darkish Knight in a brand new manner.
“It is a story with out compromise,” King stated throughout an interview. He went on to say, “It is not going to be nearly as good as Darkish Knight Returns. You may’t get to that place. That is like infinity and also you strive. However after I talked to Frank about that, he [said], ‘I wished to be free and I wished to inform my story.’ This seems like that to me. That is all the pieces I wished a Batman story to be. In that manner, it feels formidable.”
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Batman/Catwoman will reunite King with artist Clay Mann, who beforehand labored with him on Batman and Heroes in Disaster. The 12-issue maxiseries will delve into Batman and Catwoman’s shared previous, current and potential future. The 2 should additionally deal with the ever-present risk of the Joker, in addition to Bruce’s former lover Andrea Beaumont who has taken up the mantle of the Phantasm. King initially supposed to inform the story throughout his run on Batman, which was meant to final for 100 points.
Written by Tom King and illustrated by Clay Mann, Batman/Catwoman #1 goes on sale Dec. 1 from DC Comics.
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