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Bait and Switch! Frank Miller Joining Tom King on Batman, Not in Batman

We've got some disappointing news for Millerbronies, the hardcore fans of legendary comic book creator Frank Miller. Despite implications to the contrary, Miller will not be providing interior artwork for an upcoming issue of Batman. Earlier this week, Batman writer Tom King posted a Miller-drawn image of Batman with the caption "coming up in Batman" on Twitter, causing fans to assume that Miller would be collaborating with King inside the comic.

Okay, our clickbait article about the topic might have helped spread that notion. But the tweet speaks for itself:

Coming up "in" Batman. But as it turns out, that Miller art won't be "in" Batman at all. Instead, it will be "on" Batman, more specifically, Batman #62, an issue with interior art by Mitch Gerads, as a variant cover. That means that art will be literally on the outside of the book.

We'd be mad about this bait-and-switch, except, it's hard to stay mad at Tom King when he's supplied us with not one but two clickbait articles about this same topic.

Batman #62 hits stores on January 9th. Final order cutoff is on Monday, so if you want a Batman comic with Frank Miller art *on* it — not in it — let your store know by then.

Batman #62
(W) Tom King (A) Mitch Gerads (CA) Frank Miller
Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird… and bloody!
In Shops: Jan 09, 2019
Final Orders Due: Dec 10, 2018
SRP: $3.99

Bait and Switch! Frank Miller Joining Tom King on Batman, Not in Batman



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