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Batman Goes After Al Qaeda

Sin City writer and co-director Frank Miller is returning to his Dark Knight universe by penning a 200-page Batman graphic novel entitled Holy Terror, Batman!" The sequel to the reinvigorated Warner Bros. franchise will be revisiting different territory; it is being written by Batman Begins writer David Goyer. Director Chris Nolan is expected to return with most of his cast.


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Via Risky Business, the news that Frank Miller, who also wrote the Sin City series, is revisiting the Dark Knight universe he created in the 1980s to pen a graphic novel in which Batman joins the fight against the terorists.... [Read More]


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