Rocksteady Studios' final installment of the Batman: Arkham series is coming up quick, and now we've learned there'll be a written version of the final adventure as well.

Gamespot reports that the well-known comic writer Marv Wolfman will be working on this novelization of Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight. Wolfman's been keeping the book under wraps, but was excited to be able to announce the novel to the world. "Well, I can finally tell folk what I've been working on these past months in total secrecy even from my dog," Wolfman confided on his Facebook (though the post has since been deleted). "I wrote the official novelization for Arkham Knight, based on the upcoming video game, and had a ball doing it."

It will be interesting to have both the game and the novelization finally out this upcoming June and July, respectively. We will finally get to see what that spoiler photo on Amazon was all about -- will Batman make it to the end alive? There have been no plot slip ups from Wolfman, who, besides talking about how excited he is to have been able to work on the project, has kept his lips sealed shut about the content of his creation.

Batman: Arkham Knight will be out on June 2 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. No word on when to expect the novel.