DC Entertainment has released a sneak peek of this week’s Batman: The Widening Gyre installment from Kevin Smith.

The Widening Gyre #3
Written by Kevin Smith
Art by Walter Flanagan and Art Thibert
Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz; Variant covers by Gene Ha

As The Dark Knight stalks the night preying upon Gotham City’s criminals, Bruce Wayne spends his days getting reacquainted with former girlfriend Silver St. Cloud. Plus, Batman learns the name of his mysterious masked ally. From superstar creator Kevin Smith and guest-starring Aquaman, the New Teen Titans and Deathstroke the Terminator!

via The Source


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  1. Isn’t that one Robin too many?…Unless the lil one is Damian (Which i doubt unless they screwed up his collar.

  2. Looks to me like Dick is on there 2 times… I think he’s on there as Robin as well as Nightwing… But I could be wrong…

  3. Much as I like the current Dick Greyson/Damian Wayne team, it seems writers did so much more with the Bruce Wayne/Tim Drake-Wayne team. Plus, the last Tim Drake Robin costume looked better than the Red Robin suit. The scene in this peek is the Wayne/Drake interaction that I wanted to see before Bruce went…whenever he and Steve Rogers are.

  4. I dunno. Everytime I see Kevin Smith’s name on a project, I fear if it reach a timely conclusion. Been burnt one too many times. What’s that saying? “Fool me once, same on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”

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