The final issues of Batman INC is coming to an end, but before it concludes. Batman must seek vengeance and peace all at once. Click the jump to see more.


Grant Morrison will be concluding his 12 issue run on Batman INC and we have seen hell break loose in Gotham City, and Damian Wayne aka Robin die. What else can happen to Batman before Morrison leaves? Talia al Ghul dying at the hands of Batman? It is much well deserved at this point. Morrison dishes about what’s to come in the last few issues of Morrison’s Batman INC:

Well, the next three issues are basically “Vengeance of Batman.” He’s been pushed too far. He underestimated Talia, and then Talia horribly underestimated him. That’s really what it’s all about. And part of this is that we didn’t want to do Jason Todd again. We didn’t want to leave Batman an emotional cripple. The Batman we’ve presented in this run has been through some pretty bizarre experiences including weird meditation in the Thogal ritual. He’s been dead. He’s been brought back to life. His heart has stopped. He has a different relationship to death than the Batman we knew before. And I think in a superhero universe, it’s just not the same for these guys.

So I wanted to show Batman taking this in a very different way and thinking about death in a very different way. I wanted him doing what Batman does and getting back on the scene and kicking ass. That’s what Batman’s all about ultimately. But how that plays out and his confrontation with Talia will, I hope, be very different from anything we’ve seen. What I’m thinking with Talia is that Batman protects Gotham City and does hit little Batman Incorporated, but he’s actually got to go up against an international, global crime organization here. And I think he’s out of his depth. That’s what makes the next four issues interesting.

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