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‘Batman: Beyond the White Knight’ no.1 to receive second printing

The second printing will include a new main and 1:25 foil variant covers.

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“Batman: Beyond the White Knight” no.1 from writer and artist Sean Gordon Murphy is going back to the printer. The new printing, available at local comic book shops on Tuesday, May 3, features a new main and 1:25 foil variant cover done by Murphy.

“I’m excited that fans are reacting so positively to the story,” said Murphy. “For anyone that missed it the first time, you have another chance to grab it!”

A lot can change in 10 years, especially in Gotham. In the story, Batman, a.k.a. Bruce Wayne, may be behind bars, but the real criminals are still out there. Gotham Motors CEO Derek Powers has seized control of the Wayne family’s assets and is using them to transform the GTO and the city they’ve sworn to protect. Crime is down, but at what cost? A new Batman has emerged in Powers’s city, and only Bruce is fully aware of the dangers to come. It’s time to destroy the mantle for good, but he’ll need one of his forgotten sons’ help to do so. Enter Jason Todd…the first Robin?! In this thrilling sequel to the blockbuster comic book hits Batman: White Knight and Batman: Curse of the White Knight, writer/artist Sean Murphy invites the audience to go beyond the Gotham they know to discover an engrossing new take on the city and its heroes. Welcome to Neo-Gotham and the world of Beyond the White Knight!

If you missed a chance to read the first issue and that moment that everyone is talking about, make sure to order it at your local comic book shop by April 10 and pick up your copy on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Issue no.2 of “Batman: Beyond the White Knight” will be available at local comic shops on Tuesday, April 26.

“Batman: Beyond The White Knight” no.1
Issue 1 of 8
Written by Sean Murphy
Art, Cover and Variant Cover by Sean Murphy
Colors by Dave Stewart
4.99 US | 32 PAGES

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