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DC Comics finds its new Batman writer Joshua Williamson

Joshua Williamson, Jorge Molina, and Tomeu Morey are taking over ‘Batman’ this December.

DC Comics has got its next Batman writer and it’s Josh Williamson. Just sixteen days ago James Tynion IV revealed November would be his last Batman title, which shocked many who thought he was just getting started on the series. Williamson revealed the news on his private Twitter account earlier today that Batman #118 will be his first issue.

“As Batman leaves Gotham, I’m starting a new storyline called ‘ABYSS’ drawn by the awesome Jorge Molina,” Williamson said adding, “We’re honoring the plan that the other books in the bat-line are doing while telling a brand-new story for Bruce Wayne as Batman in the DCU.” Williamson and Molina is color artist Tomeu Morey.

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Williamson also teased a new villain was being introduced in January’s Batman #119 called Abyss.

Check out Molina’s cover to Batman #118 below.

DC Comics finds its new Batman writer: Joshua Williamson

Williamson also revealed the Batman #119 cover by Molina, which features Abyss. Molina added via his private Twitter he and Williamson co-created the character.

DC Comics finds its new Batman writer: Joshua Williamson

Williamson promised more Batman info will be on the way closer to the end of Fear State in December, but also that there are other big announcements coming for the end of 2021 and into 2022. He then teased this gif:

One can assume this means Damian Wayne will be joining Batman by his side once again very soon.

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