‘BATWOMAN’ Star Camrus Johnson Pens Story for DC’s ‘BATMAN: URBAN LEGENDS’ Monthly Anthology Comic in June

Batman: Urban Legends #4 hits shelves June 8 with more Grifter, more Red Hood, more Tim Drake, and a Luke Fox story by The CW’s Batwoman actor Camrus Johnson!

In Batman: Urban Legends #4 on June 8:

  • The Penultimate chapter of the Grifter story is here! Grifter’s walking a deadly line between Lucius Fox and HALO’s plan…can he survive the endgame? Oh, and yeah, now Superman is after him!

  • As old wounds threaten to Sabotage Batman and Red Hood’s investigation into the Cheerdrop drug turning Gotham City upside down they run afoul of Gotham’s coldest criminal MR. FREEZE! And the force behind the Cheerdrops will be banking on the former dynamic duo’s demise…

  • TIM DRAKE has returned to the streets of Gotham City and is seeking a new purpose, but what he finds is a string of young adult kidnappings committed by someone known only as “The Chaos Monster” will Tim be able to get to the root of the kidnappings or will he fall prey to them? Critically acclaimed Future State Robin Eternal writer Meghan Fitzmartin returns to tell this Tim Drake story with rising star artist Belén Ortega

  • Acclaimed creator and actor Camrus Johnson writes an action-packed story featuring Luke Fox—the character he portrays on The CW’s hit television series BATWOMAN!

Batman: Urban Legends #4 , publishing on June 8, will feature stories and art by Chip Zdarsky, Meghan Fitzmartin, Matthew Rosenberg, Camrus Johnson, Eddy Barrows, Belén Ortega, Ryan Benjamin, Marcus To, Eber Ferriera, and more, with a cover Jorge Molina and variant covers by Dustin Nguyen and Irvin Rodrigues.

With so many exciting events coming up, what are you most excited for in this latest issue of Batman: Urban Legends ? Let us know in the comments below! :point_down:


It’ll be interesting to see how he approaches and writes the character here, because from what I saw of the show, the Luke of the show feels a lot different from the Luke in the comics.

Really looking forward to reading more of the Batman/Red Hood story by Chip Zdarsky!


Interesting. Wonder if this mean he’ll Batwing in the show sooner than later :thinking:

Between Azie Tesfai, Nicole Maines and now Camrus Johnson, I’m loving all these Arrowverse actors getting to have a hand in actually writing for the characters they play!