DC’s Batman/Catwoman Miniseries Launches in December

DC’s Batman/Catwoman Miniseries Launches in December

Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle’s “will they or won’t they?” relationship has been explored by countless writers and artists over the last eight decades. But when Tom King assumed writing duties for DC’s primary Batman title, he put special emphasis on their rollercoaster romance. Now, King is following up his acclaimed run with a follow-up miniseries that will trace Batman and Catwoman’s whirlwind love affair from its humble beginnings to its tragic ending.

DC first announced Batman/Catwoman last year, but the miniseries will finally arrive this winter. King is collaborating with artist Clay Mann and colorist Tomeu Morey on the new story, which will run for 12 issues and unfolds across three different timelines. The creative team will revisit how Bruce and Selina first fell in love. They will also catch up with them in the present, right after the events of last December’s Batman #85, which concluded King’s run on the book. Finally, readers will travel to the distant future after Bruce’s death, where Selina decides to “settle an old score without having to worry about the Batman objecting.”

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The story set in the present will also feature Bruce’s ex, Andrea Beaumont, who famously made her debut appearance as the titular villain in 1993’s Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Fans can expect Andrea’s ghostly alter-ego to throw a wrench in Bruce and Selina’s relationship. Additionally, the Joker will have a role to play in the upcoming saga.

Batman/Catwoman #1 goes on sale on December 1.

You can check out new artwork from the miniseries below, then share your thoughts in the comment section!

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