DC goes back to press for 'Batman #600'

Mon, March 4th, 2002 at 12:00am PST

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Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer/Publisher

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Official Press Release

DC Comics is pleased to announce that BATMAN #600 has gone back to press for a second printing just two days after its initial in store date of February 27.

This extra-sized anniversary issue features the first chapter of "Bruce Wayne: Fugitive," the follow-up to the popular "Bruce Wayne: Murderer?" storyline and BATMAN: THE TEN CENT ADVENTURE. The new adventure kicks off with the story "Scene of the Crime," by Ed Brubaker, Scott McDaniel and Andy Owen.

The issue also includes three back-up stories drawn in classic styles of the past: "The Mystery of the Black Bat," by Brubaker and James Tucker, "Joker Tips His Hat," by Brubaker, Stefano Gaudiano and Eric Shanower, and "The Dark, Groovy, Solid, Far-Out, Right-On and Completely With-It Knight Returns," by Patton Oswalt and Sergio Aragons.

"This is a truly phenomenal issue, and we're happy to see retailers and fans responding to it so well," says Bob Wayne, DC's VP - Sales & Marketing. "The new printing will allow even more copies of the book to get into more hands."

BATMAN #600 Second Printing (DEC010541) is scheduled to be in stores on Wednesday, March 13.

 
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