Sean Gordon Murphy is doing a "top secret" Batman project at DC -- but he's been posting process pieces, sketches, layouts, and more on his Twitter account for most of the month.
The project will apparently be released as a miniseries -- an answer Murphy gave to someone asking whether it would drop as "singles or an original graphic novel" -- and presumably sometime in late 2017 or 2018.
Murphy was one of a number of names mentioned when Scott Snyder was first looking for high profile names to team with him on Batman stories, although this project appears to be just Murphy's own.
The still-untitled project was announced last August as an Elseworlds-style Batman series in the vein of The Dark Knight Returns, and Murphy signed onto a two-year exclusive contract with DC to work on it.
"Batman is my proving ground - if you can make your mark on Batman with your singular vision, then you're in rarefied air," Murphy told Newsarama at the time.
You can check out a number of his tweets, featuring art and commentary on the miniseries, below.
Hatter arguing with someone outside of a 70s GMC van. pic.twitter.com/ldw1eoW94a— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) May 31, 2017
Further along now... pic.twitter.com/NE49RmHTTI— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) May 30, 2017
PROCESS JUNKIES: most of my buildings are just scribbles, smudges, and organized slop that I'll scratch with a rusty razor. pic.twitter.com/z6uaGEYfHF— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) May 29, 2017
Half inked Batman... pic.twitter.com/tYy5CK9jpJ— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) May 25, 2017
Poll: arm up, or arm down? pic.twitter.com/WtoocQ3erU— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) May 24, 2017
Here's one for the process junkies. Layouts/spotting blacks for Batman sleuthing. Nothing spoilery. pic.twitter.com/vrW26iwvkr— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) May 18, 2017