Is Batman Ashamed of Detective Chimp? 9 Pages from Wednesday's Batman Secret Files #1

Is Batman Ashamed of Detective Chimp? 9 Pages from Wednesday’s Batman Secret Files #1

Posted by October 29, 2018 Comment

Has anyone ever thought of Batman as self-conscious about his image? The guy dresses up like a bat and beats up mentally ill criminals at night, but does he secretly worry what others think of him? Detective Chimp asks the question in this preview of a story by Tom Taylor and Brad Walker from Wednesday’s Batman: Secret Files #1, revealed on DCComics.com.

Meanwhile, the DC media partners at the AV Club scored an EX-X-XCLUSIVE interview with Cheryl Lynn Eaton  and Elena Casagrande, as well as a 3-page EX-X-XCLUSIVE preview of her story in Secret Files #1. Read the interview there, and see the preview pages below.

And the good boys over at CBR had an EX-X-XCLUSIVE preview of their own, of a story by Tom King and Mikel Janin. Ooh, baby, so EX-X-XCLUSIVE.

Batman Secret Files #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

Batman Secret Files #1
(W) Tom King, Jodie Bellaire, Ram V., Cheryl Lynn Eaton, Tom Taylor (A) Jorge Fornes, Elena Casagrande, Brad Walker (A/CA) Mikel Janin
Delve into Batman’s case histories and discover brand-new stories by some of comics’ most exciting talents. The BATMAN team of Tom King and Mikel Janin provides a framing sequence, setting up our hand-picked teams of creators to take a look at Bat-mysteries past and present. Featuring a bevy of Batman villains, including a look at how the Scarecrow’s fear toxin affects the common man, and a special story written by Tom Taylor with art by Brad Walker that teams the Dark Knight Detective with Detective Chimp.
In Shops: Oct 31, 2018
SRP: $4.99

 

(Last Updated October 29, 2018 8:22 pm )

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