Frank Miller Says He Plans to Write a Fourth "Dark Knight" Story

Frank Miller has Batman plans beyond "The Dark Knight III: The Master Race," the writer and artist stated in an interview with Newsarama. CBR has confirmed that "Dark Knight III" is not the final "Dark Knight" story, though there are currently no specific plans in place for more.

"I thoroughly applaud what [Brian Azzarello's] doing. But now that he's doing his, it's now a four-part series," Miller said to Newsarama. "I'm doing the fourth."

Miller and Azzarello have co-written "The Dark Knight III," which was initially expected to be the finale of the saga that started with 1986's seminal "The Dark Knight Returns." Based on Miller's comment, it appears that he plans plan to write any subsequent "Dark Knight" stories solo. Newsarama notes that it was unclear whether would draw a fourth "Dark Knight" series, if one happens -- he illustrated the first two, with "Dark Knight III" drawn by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson.

"Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1 is scheduled for release on Nov. 25.

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