“The Long Halloween: The Last Halloween – Batman’s Epic Return in the Revived Miniseries”

– The original miniseries The Long Halloween is being revived for one more adventure by Jeph Loeb and various artists.
– Loeb has returned to script The Long Halloween: The Last Halloween after Tim Sale’s passing, with rotating artists handling art duties.
– The new series pits Batman and Robin against the Holiday Killer, promising to conclude the war between the freaks and crime families, and uncover more secrets from the original Long Halloween.

Hey there, Batman fans! If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the return of the Caped Crusader in one of his most iconic miniseries, then you’re in for a treat. Batman is making a comeback in “The Long Halloween: The Last Halloween,” and it’s going to be one epic adventure.

First off, let’s talk a bit about the original “The Long Halloween” miniseries. It was created by Jeph Loeb and the late Tim Sale back in 1996, and fans went crazy for it. The story was so good that it even spawned two sequels and a film adaptation. Now, Loeb and DC are bringing back this classic series for one last hurrah.

At the recent MCM London event, it was announced that Loeb is returning to script “The Long Halloween: The Last Halloween.” Unfortunately, with Sale’s passing, a team of talented artists will be taking over the art duties for the 10-issue miniseries. Artists such as Klaus Janson, Mark Chiarello, and Eduardo Risso are all set to contribute their talents to the project. Loeb has described the book as “Tim’s parting gift to me,” and it’s clear that this series is going to be a fitting tribute to Sale.

In “The Last Halloween,” Batman and Robin will once again face off against the Holiday Killer, who is back to wreak havoc on Gotham City. The identity of the Holiday Killer was a major mystery in the original “Long Halloween” series, and this new miniseries promises to delve even deeper into the secrets of that dark and twisted story.

The action is set to kick off on September 25, so mark your calendars! The first issue will feature the final Tim Sale cover art, giving fans one last glimpse of his iconic style. It’s sure to be a thrilling ride from start to finish.

So, if you’re a die-hard Batman fan like me, get ready for the return of one of the greatest miniseries in comic book history. Share the news with your fellow fans and get ready to dive back into the world of Gotham City for one last long Halloween. It’s going to be epic!

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