The crossover series will run through the Joshua Williamson-written titles ‘Deathstroke Inc.,’ ‘Robin’ and ‘Batman.’
Several of the plots hatched by Joshua Williamson over the last year will come to a head next March in Shadow War, a DC Comics event that will run through issues of Batman, Deathstroke Inc. and Robin.
The crossover will begin in Shadow War Alpha #1, by Williamson and Viktor Bogdanovic. The 48-page issue will set up the story, which finds Deathstroke committing “an unthinkable act” that angers Talia al Ghul and the League of Shadows. As Deathstroke, Inc. and the League of Shadows go to war, Batman and Robin seek to bring Deathstroke to justice.
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Jamie McKelvie and Marika Cresta bring the hero from the screen to the comic page — and from WWII to the present day.
Marvel has recruited an impressive creative team to transition a popular character from the Disney+ What If? TV series into comics.
Jamie McKelvie, who we know primarily as the artist of comics like Young Avengers, The Wicked + The Divine and Phonogram, will exercise his equally impressive writing chops (as readers of his underrated Suburban Glamour series can attest) on Captain Carter. He’ll be joined by the talented Marika Cresta, whose work you might know from Doctor Aphra, Power Pack and the wonderful Forgotten Home from comiXology Originals.
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