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Get an Early Look at ‘Batman: The Dark Knight’ and ‘Batman, Inc.’ #1 [Previews]

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Coinciding with the opening day of New York Comic Con, DC Comics released Friday via its blog, The Source, preview artwork from two of the publishers most anticipated new books: "Batman: The Dark Knight" #1, drawn by David Finch, and "Batman, Inc." #1, drawn by Yanick Paquette. Both titles go on sale in Novembe

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Lord Death Man of ‘Bat-Manga’ Gets Resurrected for ‘Batman, Inc.’

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Last week, DC revealed the solicitation text for Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquettle's "Batman, Inc." #2, and like a lot of what Morrison's done during his run on Batman, this one's bringing back something from an obscure story from the '60s:

The dynamic new era of Batman continues! The Dark Knight and Mr. Unknown – the

The Double-Batmen of ‘Batman, Inc.’: What Does It Mean for the Dark Knight?

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This week, The Source confirmed something that many of us have suspected for a while now: When Bruce Wayne makes his return this November, he and Dick Grayson will both be operating as Batman, with Dick seeing action in the pages of "Detective Comics," "Batman" and "Batman and Robin," while Bruce (or "Batman Classic," as I like to call him) will be setting up shop in the new titles, Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette's "Batman, Inc." and David Finch's supernatural-themed "Batman: the Dark Knight."

That's right, folks: After seventy years, we have finally achieved Doubl

The DC Comics Solicitations for November Deconstructed

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Welcome to a new ongoing feature at Comics Alliance, where we present and take apart each month's solicitations from Marvel and DC. Today we're taking a select look at the best and most interesting books coming from DC Comics in November, from "Batman, Inc." #1 to the final issu

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Grant Morrison Franchises Batman in ‘Batman, Inc.’ Ongoing Series

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In 2006, it was "Batman." In 2009, it was "Batman & Robin," "Return of Bruce Wayne," and "Batman" again. Now, Grant Morrison's run on DC's most popular character enters its fourth year in a comic titled "Batman, Inc." slated

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