DC has plans for that today Batman Day World Celebration on September 19, 2020and invites fans of all ages around the world to participate in a variety of Batman-themed activities to honor the iconic DC Super Hero. They are also distributed for the occasion Thousands of free or discounted digital comics.

In this regard, DC Comcis' press release reads: "For all Italian fans, Panini Comics proposes Batman Day 2020: Put your cape down, your mask up, a book specially created for the occasion that collects a selection of legendary superhero stories. In addition, a free register will be available in the comics participating in the initiative containing two unpublished stories from the Bane City narrative arc currently being serialized in the 14-day Batman, as well as a collector's gadget: the exclusive bat card multifunction. To mark the occasion, an exclusive version of Batman number 8 will also be presented, which is available in the Comic Store and on paninicomics.it". Below you can check out Panini's Facebook post with all the information.

DC will then offer more free digital comics, including the first chapter of the graphic novel Batman: The Curse of the White Knight by Sean Gordon Murphy for adults and teenagers. Fans of all ages can also enjoy the free digital editions of Batman: The Adventures Go On # 1 and the first chapter of the graphic novel by Batman Tales: Once upon a time there was a crime. The comics will be available on DCcomics.com and ReadDC.com, as well as on Apple, ComiXology.com, Google, Hoopla, Overdrive, Madefire and Nook.

It was also confirmed that sales of Batman Day themed products will contain more than 400 eBooks and over 3,000 digital comics, from 99 cents for magazines and from 5 euros for eBooks. The discounts will be visible from September 19th.

Of course, the celebrations won't be limited to the world of comics as DC has already confirmed interesting news regarding the Injustice video game series and products related to the DC Extended Universe.

Batman is the spearhead of the DC universe and celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2019. In preparation for Batman Day, we recommend checking out our ranking of the best Batman comics of all time.


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