Batman Incorporated (also known as Batman, Inc.) is an ongoing comic book series, written by Grant Morrison and featuring Batman. The debut of the series follows the events of Batman R.I.P, Final Crisis, Batman and Robin and The Return of Bruce Wayne where, after being stranded in the distant past and believed dead, Bruce Wayne has returned to the present day DC Universe. Now, he is prepared to take his war on crime to the next level, by essentially "franchising" it and drafting, training and commanding a global team of heroes who will answer to Batman himself called Batman Incorporated.
In the series, one of the primary themes present is Batman traveling across the world seeking to use the symbolic power that the Batman has on a global scale. For the first volume of the series, Wayne is featured wearing a new costume designed by David Finch, to further distinguish him from Dick Grayson, who was still operating as Batman before the DC Universe Relaunch. After the relaunch, Wayne was again the only character serving as Batman and would be shown wearing the costume that first premiered in August 2011's Justice League #1, designed by DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee.
In the wake of the relaunch of the DC Universe under The New 52 initiative, Batman Incorporated's first volume came to an end in December, 2011. In May 2012, the series returned with a new No. 1 issue, continuing the narrative of the first series while incorporating the altered elements of DC Universe continuity and characters into the new series.
Batman, Inc. is the direct continuation from Morrison's previous work with the Batman character, following the stories Batman & Son, The Black Glove, R.I.P., Final Crisis, Batman and Robin and The Return of Bruce Wayne. The Return one-shot features the debut of a new costume for Bruce Wayne, designed by artist David Finch.
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