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Jason Aaron returns to DC Comics and takes Batman into space

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Batman off the DC Comics universe Jason Aaron
Illustration by Doug Mahnke from Batman: Off World

American screenwriter Jason Aaron, who for the past 15 years has been among the main writers for Marvel Comics with long-running episodes of the Thor, Wolverine, Punisher and Avengers stories, will create a six-part Batman series for DC Comics with pencils by Doug Mahnke (Detective comicsAnd Green Lantern) and ink Jimmy Mendoza.

The story is titled Batman: Out of the Worldwill see the character traveling through space on a mission that will lead him to meet aliens from other planets.

Below is the summary Widespread From DC Comics:

It turns out that an ordinary night in Gotham City for young Batman is anything but normal when the crime fighter encounters the kind of foe he’s never faced before: one from beyond the stars! A world of potential alien threats leads Batman to make a bold decision: to venture alone, for the first time, to the far reaches of the universe, where he will have to face the fight of his life!

For Aaron, this is the second story made with characters from the DC Universe after that Joker Asylum: Penguin #1 for 2008, written before moving on to work exclusively for Marvel Comics. Previously, in the early days of his career, the author made his name to the general public by writing for DC Comics’ defunct Vertigo line. stripa comic that to this day remains among his most successful personal works.

The first issue of Batman: Out of the World It will be released in the United States on November 21, 2023.

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