Yeah, Morrison has said he never thought his run would have much of a lasting impact anyway, and he's been given a chance to shape the new version of a character he likes way more than Batman, so I imagine the continuity issues don't really bother him very much.
I wonder what arc he have after the damian arc. Damian is probably
Going to die.
Well, Morrison's supposedly done with Batman Incorporated after that, so if he kills off Damian it'd be up to other writers to pick up the pieces. I honestly hope Damian isn't killed off for the same reason Morrison said he wasn't planning on killing off Bruce for real in R.I.P: that's the end of the story and there's no potential for anything else after that. Plus, as we saw with A Death in the Family and War Games, in a way, killing off Robins is typically a gateway into making Batman a giant asshole again. Building up Batman back from the raging maniac days only to crush him emotionally again would, to me, be a huge mistake on Morrison's part.
If Damien dies, then Batman and Robin ongoing ends unless a new Robin (Stephanie Brown?) steps up. Batman Inc will continue without Morrison after issue 12 (depending on sales, which will definitely be top 15 at most).
The end of Morrison's story, not necessarily Damian's. I don't think, as much as no one has been able to write Damian quite like his creator has yet, that Damian's story is over just because Morrison's done with writing Batman after this. He's a good enough character that Morrison isn't the only person to ever exist who could do something interesting with him.
I know DC has pretty much given Morrison free reign to date, but I really question whether they would allow him to kill Damian, given his popularity and potential to make money for them.
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