DC Comics has released a sneak peek of Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes that arrives in stores this week.

BATMAN INCORPORATED: LEVIATHAN STRIKES
Written by GRANT MORRISON
Art by CHRIS BURNHAM and CAMERON STEWART
Cover by CHRIS BURNHAM
In this sensational, giant-sized one-shot spinning out of BATMAN INCORPORATED, Batman realizes to his horror that he’s been outwitted as the true identity of Leviathan continues to elude him. Is his deadly adversary an old foe with a grudge to settle, a new face of evil…or something completely different? Only one thing is certain: You won’t soon forget the shocking ending!

via The Source

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3 Comments

  1. TaZ
    December 19, 2011 at 10:59 am — Reply

    I’m hoping that this doesn’t end the “Batman Incorporated” series with the story arch that Morrison & company left off prior to the 52 relaunch.

    • Ari
      December 19, 2011 at 4:04 pm — Reply

      It leads into the storyy that will end that Morrison “Batman Inc.” run.

  2. ~wyntermute~
    December 19, 2011 at 5:13 pm — Reply

    Hmmm… At the risk of sounding like my “g-mo hater” self, I bet the “shocking ending” is something completely unexpected and trippy and weird that gets undone by the time he ends the series (or soon thereafter in regular bat-continuity) that he seems to have gotten bored with? As with SO MANY morrison-ideas, the Batman Inc. concept (like the Great Ten, and Hypertime, and his run on the JLA, etc) had =-immense-= potential that, for one reason or another, will end up untapped. (My own theory is that his stuff is too “different” for other people to build on, and he’s plagued by ADHD so he can’t stick with anything for too long — but that is _all_ speculation on my end.)

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