DC Sets Sean Murphy’s Batman: White Knight Sequel for July

DC Comics has announced that Batman: Curse of the White Knight, the follow-up to Sean Gordon Murphy’s Batman: White Knight will launch in July. In a press release on their website, DC shared official details on the long-awaited Black Label sequel as well as some preview pages. Check out the press release below:

This July, DC will launch the next chapter of Sean Murphy’s monumental Bat-saga with BATMAN: CURSE OF THE WHITE KNIGHT from DC Black Label. The eagerly awaited sequel to Murphy’s best-selling BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT will debut July 24, 2019.

Following the critical success of BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT, Murphy is putting a new spin on this upcoming series, with The Joker recruiting a new, savage partner to help him expose a shocking revelation about the Wayne family’s legacy. As Batman rushes to protect the city and his loved ones from this corrupt conspiracy, the Dark Knight will come face to face with the horrifying truth.

Murphy’s BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT delivered an alternative examination of the relationship between the greatest rivals in the DC Universe. By curing The Joker of his insanity and making him an advocate for good in Gotham City, Murphy led Batman down his own path of madness. And now the story continues in this exciting new miniseries.

BATMAN: CURSE OF THE WHITE KNIGHT is an eight-issue series, releasing monthly. Fans can get their first look at this gripping new story here.

DC Sets Sean Gordon Murphy's Batman: White Knight Sequel for July

DC Sets Sean Gordon Murphy's Batman: White Knight Sequel for July

DC Sets Sean Gordon Murphy's Batman: White Knight Sequel for July

DC Sets Sean Murphy's Batman: White Knight Sequel for July

DC Sets Sean Murphy's Batman: White Knight Sequel for July

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