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Kotaku’s sci-fi sister site io9 has an interesting look at the aftermath of the Caped Crusader’s recent exit from the comics scene in Batman #681:

With Bruce Wayne “elsewhere” (and that’s all DC is saying about that), 2009 will see its first lesbian superhero in its longest running book as Batwoman takes over Detective Comics. DC super-writer Greg Rucka and artist J.H. Williams will be taking over the reins of the flagship title for “at least” twelve issues.

You can read the full article at io9.com.

See also: ‘Batman R.I.P.’ arc concludes – and a hero’s ‘final fate’ is written

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