Paul Dini Making A Return To BATMAN Comics
The genius behind Batman: The Animated Series and both Batman: Arkham video games will be returning to write The Dark Knight once again, but when can we expect the story? The full details are after the jump.
Anyone who is a fan of The Dark Knight knows that Paul Dini is the man behind Batman: The Animated Series, both Batman: Arkam games, and plenty of other key Batman stories. SFX caught up with Dini where he said he will make a triumphant return to Batman in the form of a graphic novel that is very unique and personal to him.
About Writing Batman Again:
“Yeah, I have a big Batman story in me, it’s a very personal one and I’ve just got permission from DC to do it, We’re just finalizing the deal right now for me to write it as a graphic novel and I’ve very excited about it,”
Projected Release And Story Details:
“I’ve already started work on it and it’ll probably be a year or two down the road but this is something that I’ve had inside me for a long time, it’s going to be a change of pace for Batman and it’ll take some of the fans by surprise when they ultimately see what the story’s about.”
What the story will be like:
“I think it’s going to a really terrific story, I’ve gotten nothing but great response from the folks at DC on it. I really can’t say much more until we announce it formally but I’m really looking forward to this and jumping in and devoting my entire energy to nothing but writing this Batman story.”
Did he think Harley Quinn would be this influential when creating her?:
“No not really, I just wanted to do a good job!, more than that I wanted to challenge myself to come up with stories that I thought were really cool and engaging. It’s fun to create a character like Harley Quinn and have her grow on to be a character that a lot of people identify with. Nobody really plans on that, it’s just something that happens when you’re really enjoying the work.”
With Paul Dini being an amazing Batman story writer every, comic fan should ask...why isn't he in charge of the movies?
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