This summer, Grant Morrison’s epic series BATMAN, INCORPORATED will reach its explosive finale.
GREEN LANTERN #20 hits stores today and not only does this oversized issue contain the epic final chapter of the “Wrath of the First Lantern” saga, but it also marks the end of legendary scribe Geoff Johns’ time writing the series. Spanning more than 100 story issues over almost ten years, Geoff has breathed new life into one of DC’s most iconic characters and truly created a universe worthy of Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps.
He’s hinted and he’s teased, but at a press event in Burbank last Thursday highlighting his long and illustrious career, award-winning writer Grant Morrison finally announced the Wonder Woman-related project he’s been working on with superstar artist Yanick Paquette: the original graphic novel WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE!
Last night at a press event in Burbank honoring industry legend Grant Morrison, the prolific writer officially announced that he’s collaborating with artist Yanick Paquette on the all-new original graphic novel, WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE.
Celebrate the life and times of Damian Wayne with the Grant Morrison Batman and Robin Sale!
First appearing in the “Batman & Son” storyline from BATMAN #655-658, Damian is the scientifically engineered child of the Dark Knight and the daughter of one of his greatest enemies, Talia al Ghul. Fearful of his son’s dark future under Talia’s guidance, Batman took Damian under his wing upon discovering the boy’s existence and trained him as the new Robin.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read BATMAN, INCORPORATED #8 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (MAJOR spoilers ahead!)
From the creative team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Chris Burnham, BATMAN, INCORPORATED #8 serves as the pinnacle of everything Morrison has been planning since the launch of this series – and the conclusion of Damian’s story.
Following the tragic death of Damian Wayne in BATMAN, INCORPORATED #8 by Grant Morrison and artist Chris Burnham, BUZZFEED unveiled an exclusive gallery of Bat-Family covers featuring reaction to the news.
Each cover depicts a character affected by the news of Damian’s death and, in most cases, is a tribute to their personal relationship with Robin.
"Little did I suspect when I accepted the BATMAN writing assignment back in 2006 that I’d wind up spending the next six years writing the longest continued comic story I’ve ever attempted. I thought I’d said most of what I had to say about the character with Arkham Asylum, Gothic, and Batman’s appearances in JLA. Clearly, I was wrong.