DC has announced that the upcoming Black Label series Batman: Three Jokers has a new release date of Tuesday, August 25. The series was previously scheduled to make its debut on June 17, with the date needing to be changed following the comics industry stopping production due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“As more stores are finding ways to operate and service their customers, our release schedule is under constant review,” SVP and Editor-In-Chief Bob Harras said in a statement. “From placing orders to on sale, moving Batman: Three Jokers to August will enable more stores to order and sell this incredible story that Geoff and Jason have crafted.”
The three-issue, 48-page prestige format limited series will carry the Black Label content descriptor for mature readers 17-years of age or older. DC changed from a Wednesday to Tuesday release day for new comics after resuming publication through new distributors Lunar Distribution and UCS Comic Distributors.
Written by Geoff Johns with art by Jason Fabok, Batman: Three Jokers Issue #1 arrives in comic book stores and participating digital retailers Tuesday, August 25.
The Batman: Three Jokers Black Label series has a new August release date.