DC Proudly Previews Batman Detective Comics 1041 and 1042
THE JURY IS IN FOR BATMAN IN DETECTIVE COMICS 1041 AND 1042
On sale August 10th and August 24th
Plus, Jason Todd’s redemption arc ramps up on the road to TASK FORCE Z.
Writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Dan Mora are back, as Batman comes up against a new terrifying team-up of villains determined to bring the Bat crashing down to their level—and cause chaos on the streets of Gotham City.
Also starting in the pages of Detective Comics this August: The Countdown to Task Force Z…. because in a town like Gotham, there are a lot of good uses for a corpse. Don’t miss the beginning of a new, terrifying chapter for Gotham City’s criminal underworld.
As Gotham’s Dark Knight Batman is seen as judge and executioner of the city’s vilest villains. Well, it’s time for him to meet the Jury! In a last-ditch effort to avenge his daughter’s death, Mr. Worth has teamed with the Penguin’s criminal empire, the Party Crashers gang, and the Falcone crime family to form the kind of villain team-up that would leave a Boy Wonder sweating in his booties.
Backup: Countdown to Task Force Z: Part One! Deb Donovan is on the trail of some weird happenings in Gotham…missing bodies from the morgue…tales of shady criminal activity the likes of which Gotham has never seen…and the person trying to keep her quiet is…Batman?
On sale August 10th, Detective Comics 1041 will retail for $4.99, $5.99 with variant cover (card stock) from Lee Bermejo. Backup story by Matthew Rosenberg, backup art by Darick Robertson.
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