Robin and Ravager have caught up with Deathstroke and Respawn! Can they convince Deathstroke to turn himself in…or fight to the death? And what startling revelation does Robin learn that shocks this story to its core? Plus, Batman goes deep into the conspiracy behind Ra’s al Ghul’s death and discovers it’s bigger than he thought. He must call in backup…just not the backup you’d expect!
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Joshua Williamson (born December 23, 1981) is an American comic book writer. He is best known for writing Batman, Batman/Superman, The Flash, Robin and Infinite Frontier for the DC Comics, Illuminati for the Marvel Comics, Birthright, Nailbiter and Ghosted for the Image Comics.
The Dark Knight Rises Prologue, Williamson’s debut superhero comic book illustrated by Jorge Jimenez, was a 2005 special DVD issue only available in the 2005 Blu-ray/DVD release of Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises.
In 2009, Williamson is the creator of Johnny Monster 3-issue limited series for the Image Comics.
In 2011, Williamson was chosen to write the Uncharted 6-issue limited series for the DC Comics. The comic tell an original story and is designed not to directly tie in with the Uncharted video game series.
Between 2011 and 2016 Williamson create and write Mask & Mobsters for the MonkeyBrain Comics, Captain Midnight for the Dark Horse Comics, Ghosted and Nailbiter for the Image comics, Illuminati for the Marvel Comics.
In 2014, Williamson and artist Andrei Bressan create Birthright for Image Comics.
In March 2016 DC Comics announce Williamson as The Flash new regular writer and in April 2016 Williamson firm exclusive deal with DC Comics.
In 2016, Williamson write Frostbite, a 6-issue limited series for Vertigo/DC Comics, illustrated by artist Jason Shawn Alexander and Justice League vs. the Suicide Squad with artist Howard Porter.
From 2019 to 2021, Williamson was the writer of Batman/Superman series.
In 2021, Williamson was the lead writer of Infinite Frontier DC event and in 2022 the lead writer of the next big DC event, Dark Crisis.
In August 2021, DC Comics announced Joshua Williamson as new Batman writer.
[Latest Update: May 29, 2022]