This Just Happened: ZERO YEAR TIE-INS!

Six years ago, the legend of Batman emerged amid the greatest catastrophe Gotham had ever endured. A maniac calling himself The Riddler shut down all electric power mere days before a terrifying superstorm. But the Dark Knight isn’t the only hero to surface during this moment in time known only as the ZERO YEAR!

SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read BATMAN #25 or the ZERO YEAR tie-ins yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).

What's New In The New 52: Barbara Gordon Goes Zero Year

This fall, Barbara Gordon will be getting her own Zero Year makeover.

Around fifteen or sixteen-years-old at the time of her tie-in issue, Barbara Gordon is forced to protect her brother and homestead in anticipation of the upcoming storm. It’s here that she’ll not only be forced to evaluate what “home” really means to her, but where she’ll realize for the first time that she has the potential to be a hero in her own right.

The Return of The Joker

This October, one of the most notorious villains in comic book history is making his return to DC COMICS-THE NEW 52. In the new storyline, “Death of the Family,” The Joker will come out of the dark in a horrifying, unnerving, and huge way. And the grave consequences of his reemergence will be felt by not only the Bat-family, but by all of Gotham City.

 

BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS SPOTLIGHT – CHARACTER SKETCHES BY GREG CAPULLO

Exploring the never-before-seen history of the Wayne family and Gotham City itself, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS collects the inaugural story arc of the bestselling and acclaimed series, BATMAN. Written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS also includes an exciting array of backup material including various script pages by Snyder as well as layouts and character sketches by Capullo.

BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS SPOTLIGHT – PAGE 24

Exploring the never-before-seen history of the Wayne family and Gotham City itself, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS collects the inaugural story arc of the bestselling and acclaimed series, BATMAN. Written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS also includes an exciting array of backup material including various script pages by Snyder as well as layouts and character sketches by Capullo.

BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS SPOTLIGHT – PAGE 23

Exploring the never-before-seen history of the Wayne family and Gotham City itself, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS collects the inaugural story arc of the bestselling and acclaimed series, BATMAN. Written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS also includes an exciting array of backup material including various script pages by Snyder as well as layouts and character sketches by Capullo.

BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS SPOTLIGHT – PAGE 22

Exploring the never-before-seen history of the Wayne family and Gotham City itself, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS collects the inaugural story arc of the bestselling and acclaimed series, BATMAN. Written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS also includes an exciting array of backup material including various script pages by Snyder as well as layouts and character sketches by Capullo.

BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS SPOTLIGHT – PAGE 21

Exploring the never-before-seen history of the Wayne family and Gotham City itself, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS collects the inaugural story arc of the bestselling and acclaimed series, BATMAN. Written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, BATMAN VOL. 1: THE COURT OF OWLS also includes an exciting array of backup material including various script pages by Snyder as well as layouts and character sketches by Capullo.

BATMAN #6, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #5 and SUICIDE SQUAD #7 Go Back to Press

BATMAN #6 has sold out and will be going back to press for its second printing. Written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, the story paves the path for next month’s “Night of the Owls” crossover event.

 

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