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Batman: Tom King Teases a Perfect Moment for Bat-Cat Fans

Prolific DC writer (and multiple Eisner Award winner) Tom King capped off last weekend’s Comic-Con International in San Diego by revealing a new piece of art by Batman/Catwoman artist Clay Mann.

The scribe shared the artwork on Twitter, with a message thanking fans for all of their support.

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“Had an astoundingly great time at SDCC, one of my favorite cons ever,” King wrote. “As a small thank you for all the support for Strange, the Eisners, Bat/Cat and everything, here’s some transcendent @Clay_Mann_ and @tomeu_morey art I’m definitely not allowed to share. Coming up in Batman...”

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The tweet was accompanied a full page splash by Mann and Tomeu Morey featuring Batman lifting up Catwoman in his arms, the two locked in a passionate kiss on the beach — in their full costumes, no less.

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Last week, King kicked off his final storyline on Batman “City of Bane” along with artists Tony S. Daniel and Mitch Gerads. The storyline will conclude in Batman #85, King’s final issue on the title. Then, the events of the book will spin-off into his and Mann's 12-issue Batman/Catwoman.

Batman/Catwoman #1, by Tom King and Clay Mann, arrives in January 2020 from DC.

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