Batman battles werewolves in ‘Batman: Full Moon’ this October

Rodney Barnes and Stevan Subic put Batman to the test in a new Black Label miniseries.

Killadelphia writer Rodney Barnes will make his DC debut on a Black Label miniseries featuring Batman and werewolves.

Batman: Full Moon will feature artwork by Stevan Subic, who turned a lot of heads with his work on The Riddler: Year One. The four-issue miniseries will feature “an ancient and supernatural force” that “stalks the streets of Gotham City—a werewolf so powerful it’ll defy Batman’s most trusted resources: his brilliant mind and extensive gadgetry.”

In addition to Killadelphia, Barnes is the writer of Star Wars: Ahsoka, Star Wars: The Mandalorian and Luke Cage: Gang War, all for Marvel, and has worked extensively as in the TV world on Runaways, American Gods, The Boondocks and more. Subic, meanwhile, has worked extensively in Europe, and in addition to the Riddler miniseries, he also worked on The Penguin with Tom King.

Here’s a look inside the first issue:

And here’s a look at the first issue’s variant covers by Francesco Francavilla and Mike Perkins:

The first issue will arrive Oct. 9, just in time for Halloween.

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