It would be cool as hell, but I can't see it happening. It would mean Bruce and future Damian met off panel and future Damian calls his dad Bruce.
I love you guys for coming up with that. Damian and Damian. Almost certainly not the case, but I sooo badly wish it was. If it's not obvious, assuming morrison is not just trying to throw us off, that pretty much rules out all prior Robins. We shall see.
This is my favorite ongoing, and Morrison's Batman (the zur-en-arr stuff) is what first got me into comics. So great work guys, hopefully everything will work out as well as it sounds.
New/Uncanny/Young Avengers, Cap, Daredevil, FF, Hawkeye, Thor, Uncanny X-Force, Uncanny X-Men, WatXM
Even on issue #1, I thought it was time to get away from this dominant "movie" idea for comic book stories with the long horizontal panels.
This made me laugh, since his JLA run is the reason why everyone does this.
Also, I really hope we see more of Kathy Kane and her killer the Bronze Tiger. I feel that's the largest loose end.
Chris Burnham drawing Pink Flamingo would be great too!
Pretty surprised to read Chris Burnham is having such a large creative role with the zero issue. That kind of reassures me that this won't just be DC trying to jam INC into it's stupid new 52 timeline.
And on that note, it consistently impresses me that DC seemed to be content to let Morrison off his leash with vol 2 of Inc. He never gives more than a casual acknowledgment that Flashpoint happened and at times is content to blaze through his story with complete disregard to what the current timeline is. But considering that he's worked so hard for six years on a character he seems to truly love and be passionate about, it's great that Morrison seems to be allowed to go wherever he wants for the remainder of his run. I really would love it though if INC were officially allowed to be set in a separate Grant Morrison controlled universe, that way he could send the series crashing into the Damian as Batman future without any fear of effecting the current story lines in other books.
And again, how great is it that Morrison has found such a brilliant talent and now creative partner in Chris Burnham? Vol 1 was up and down with it's artists and many of them simply couldn't gel with the kind of story that Inc was. Re-reading it, it's apparent that Burnham fully understood the tone and leaped in gleefully.
Yeah, this is an awesome story, I hope this Morrison-verse continues in some way. Future Damian Batman just seems like such a natural progression for the mythos.
Wingman and Redbird=Red Hood and Scarlet?
Grants Batman run pretty much made me collect every major Batman graphic novel/collected story and treat it like it's Batman's entire crime fighting career (pre-New 52 of course). Everything from his pre-Batman/Bruce Wayne in training ("The Man Who Falls", "Shaman"), from his return to Gotham and the debut of Batman (at 19 according to Morrison, and that's what I'm sticking to), "Knight Fall", "No Mans Land", etc, etc, etc, to his "death" and return, to his final mission w/ Incorporated. For me my Batman ends w/ Incorporated and I'm counting it as pre-New 52. Gives it all a definitive end for me as a collector.
“I've always wanted to diversify the DCU, but usually when I do it, James Robinson comes along and kills them all.“ -Grant Morrison