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The Batman Incorporated Batsuit appears as an alternate skin for Batman in Batman: Arkham Knight. [26] [27] Rogers, Vaneta (3 March 2015). "Vivisecting Multiversity: Jim Lee on Mastermen". Newsarama. Archived from the original on 8 September 2015. Batman and Robin (vol. 2) #23.1–23.4 and Action Comics (vol. 2) #23.1–23.4, Aquaman (vol. 7) #23.1–23.2, Batman (vol. 2) #23.1–23.4, Batman/Superman #3.1, Batman: The Dark Knight (vol. 2) #23.1–23.4, Detective Comics (vol. 2) #23.1–23.4, Earth 2 #15.1–15.2, The Flash (vol. 4) #23.1–23.3, Green Arrow (vol. 6) #23.1, Green Lantern (vol. 5) #23.1–23.4, Justice League (vol. 2) #23.1–23.4, Justice League Dark #23.1–23.2, Justice League of America (vol. 2) #7.1–7.4, Superman (vol. 3) #23.1–23.4, Swamp Thing (vol. 5) #23.1, Teen Titans (vol. 4) #23.1–23.2, Wonder Woman (vol. 4)#23.1–23.2 Rosa, Miguel. "Grant Morrison 'Bible John' ". Rations. Archived from the original on 31 October 2017 . Retrieved 15 August 2013. Cowsill "2000s" in Dolan, p. 319: "Grant Morrison's imagining of the Seven Soldiers of Victory was one of DC's most adventurous titles."

Batman writer indulges his drag addiction in seedy 'Gasglow' ". The Times. ISSN 0140-0460 . Retrieved 22 September 2022. Glasgow Comic Con 2012 – Day 1". Comics Anonymous. 1 July 2012. Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Archive requires scrolldown. March 2021, Grant DeArmitt 25 (25 March 2021). "Grant Morrison's vision for Diana comes full circle with Wonder Woman: Earth One finale". Newsarama . Retrieved 30 March 2021. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list ( link) Rogers, Vaneta (29 January 2015). "Vivisecting The Multiversity Guidebook". Newsarama. Archived from the original on 14 September 2015. With this week's release of The Multiversity Guidebook, Grant Morrison has supplemented [their] already mind-bending epic story with a map to the DC Multiverse.Lima, Hector (7 August 2003). "Catching Up With Professor M: Talking with Grant Morrison". Comic Book Resources. Archived from the original on 1 October 2003.

Batman, Inc. features various global locales as Bruce Wayne searches the globe for "Batmen" to recruit in his new endeavor. After Morrison was chosen as writer, an artist was needed. It was decided that they would be paired with Andy Kubert, who had started his career at DC Comics and had just signed a three-year exclusive contract with the company. [17] Plot [ edit ] Cover from Batman #658, the concluding issue of Batman and Son. Art By Andy Kubert. Comic books can be confusing with their timelines, and with Grant Morrison, you can expect various unique narratives that can jump from past and present and offer readers many points of view.

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Garneau, Eric. "The Great Morrison Bat Study #3: The Clown at Midnight". NerdyNothings . Retrieved 23 February 2013.

The cast of characters in Batman expanded over the years as characters evolved and left for their own comic books. The original Robin left to become his own character, Nightwing, in 1984, [6] and new characters took over the secret identity of Robin throughout the years. In 2005, the character of Tim Drake was Robin. In that year, the miniseries Infinite Crisis was released. The series was a crossover event of all of the characters of the DC Universe, and had universe-changing consequences. At the end of the series, Batman decides that he needs to focus on keeping his family safe and close, [7] so leaves Gotham City with Nightwing, Robin, and his butler Alfred Pennyworth for a year. After his return, he adopts Tim Drake, formally making him his son in the storyline Batman: Face the Face. [8]a b Rogers, Vaneta (October 8, 2010). "BAT-Breakdown 2: MORRISON on BATMAN INC. & Bruce's Return". Newsarama. Archived from the original on October 11, 2010 . Retrieved January 2, 2011. George, Richard (23 July 2010). "SDCC 10: The Corporate Batman". IGN. Archived from the original on 18 February 2014 . Retrieved 26 October 2010.

Weiland, Jonah (2 July 2003). "Peter Tomasi promoted to Senior Editor at DC". Comic Book Resources. In February 2015, Morrison's second Image project ever launched in the creator-owned title Nameless, with frequent collaborator Chris Burnham. [93] A tale of apocalyptic cosmic horror, Nameless sought to approach the genre from a new lens, with different influences, rather than lean to its iconic founder H.P Lovecraft, drawing on everything from the Tarot to The Qlippoth. This article may contain an excessive amount of intricate detail that may interest only a particular audience. Please help by spinning off or relocating any relevant information, and removing excessive detail that may be against Wikipedia's inclusion policy. ( December 2016) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message)Cowsill "2000s" in Dolan, p. 342: "Written by Grant Morrison with art by Tony S. Daniel, Andy Kubert, Frank Quitely, [David] Finch, and Richard Friend, this milestone issue of Batman featured an all-star roster of talent." Grant Morrison – Non-Comics Bibliography". Deep Space Transmissions. 2012 . Retrieved 19 January 2016. Batman and Robin: Futures End #1 and Action Comics: Futures End #1, Aquaman: Futures End #1 , Aquaman and the Others: Futures End #1, Batgirl: Futures End #1, Batman: Futures End #1, Batman/Superman: Futures End #1, Batwing: Futures End #1, Batwoman: Futures End #1, Birds of Prey: Futures End #1, Booster Gold: Futures End #1, Catwoman: Futures End #1, Constantine: Futures End #1, Detective Comics: Futures End #1, Earth 2: Futures End #1, Grayson: Futures End #1, Green Arrow: Futures End #1, Green Lantern: Futures End #1, Green Lantern Corps: Futures End #1, Green Lantern: New Guardians: Futures End #1, Harley Quinn: Futures End #1, Infinity Man and the Forever People: Futures End #1, Justice League: Futures End #1, Justice League Dark: Futures End #1, Justice League United: Futures End #1, New Suicide Squad: Futures End #1, Red Hood and the Outlaws: Futures End #1, Red Lanterns: Futures End #1, Sinestro: Futures End #1, Star Spangled War Stories Featuring G.I. Zombie: Futures End #1, Superboy: Futures End #1, Supergirl: Futures End #1, Superman: Futures End #1, Superman/Wonder Woman: Futures End #1 , Swamp Thing: Futures End #1, Teen Titans: Futures End #1, The Flash: Futures End #1, Trinity of Sin: Pandora: Futures End #1, Trinity of Sin: Phantom Stranger: Futures End #1, Wonder Woman: Futures End #1, Worlds’ Finest: Futures End #1 Morrison returned to Batman with the " Gothic" story arc in issues 6–10 of the Batman title Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight. [17] The early 1990s saw Morrison revamping Kid Eternity for DC with artist Duncan Fegredo, and Dan Dare, with artist Rian Hughes. Morrison coloured Dare's bright future with Thatcherism in Fleetway's Revolver. [18]

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