SPOILER RETURNS To Face Off The Wrath IN DETECTIVE COMICS #957

SPOILER RETURNS To Face Off The Wrath IN DETECTIVE COMICS #957

Stephanie Brown, a.k.a. Spoiler is making a return in Detective Comics #957 to stop the Wrath as he plans to release an epidemic in Gotham City. However, she has to do it without Batman’s help.

Spoiler left the bat-team after the presumably death of his boyfriend Red Robin/Tim Drake.





Now NERDIST has an exclusive preview of the first five pages from Detective Comics #957, together with both variant covers. Which you can see below!

Publisher: DC Comics

Writers: James Tynion IV, Genevieve Valentine
Artist: Carmen Carnero
Cover Artists: Alvaro Martinez (Variant) Rafael Albuquerque


Here’s the official synopsis:

““The Wrath Of Spoiler”! Stephanie Brown wants nothing more than to save Gotham City from the epidemic of costumed vigilantes and madmen that regularly tear the city apart. But before she can try to stop them, she must face the challenge of one in particular: the insane idealogue the Wrath is back, and Stephanie knows what he has planned—but she refuses to let Batman risk more lives to stop him. That means it’s all on her…and a very unlikely ally!”












Stephanie Brown (Spoiler ) was created by Chuck Dixon and Tom Lyle. The character made first appearance in August 1992 in DC Comics' Detective Comics #647. The spoiler is the daughter of the criminal Cluemaster, the character originated as the amateur crime-fighter named Spoiler, before briefly becoming the fourth Robin and the third Batgirl. From 2009 to 2011.





The original supervillain the Wrath debuted in Batman Special #1 (1984), and was created by Mike W. Barr and Michael Golden. In 2008, the Wrath was redesigned by Tony Bedard and Rags Morales in Batman Confidential #13. Opposite to Batman, Wrath's parents were shot by a young policeman who mistook them for robbers while they were crawling out of a window to "skip out" on paying their rent. The years later the young policeman turns out to be Gotham City's Commissioner James W. "Jim" Gordon.


Detective Comics #957 is due to hit stores on Wednesday, May 24.

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