Grant Morrison's series will return with a special one-shot at the end of the year, wrapping up the writer's first major story arc on the title.
Morrison wrote on DC's The Source blog: "The long-awaited conclusion to season one of Batman, Incorporated is here at last. For months, Batman and his allies have fought a shadow campaign against the deadly legions of the mysterious Leviathan, but now it's time for all-out war - a war which Batman may not be able to win.
"Schoolgirl assassins! Bat-robots! Nazi masterminds with Alzheimer's! Guest stars galore! Batman and Spoiler team to face the School of Night while Batman Incorporated travels to a sinister Cold War interrogation facility to face the mind-bending menace of Doctor Dedalus for the last time while the true identity of Leviathan is finally revealed, with shocking consequences for the Dark Knight."
Morrison went on to say that the one-shot, titled ''Leviathan Strikes', will serve as a prologue to next year's Batman: Leviathan, which will round off six years' worth of story.
"With incredible artwork from Cameron Stewart and Chris Burnham, 'Leviathan Strikes' rounds out season one and is also the prologue to 2012's Batman: Leviathan the epic, tragic, final act of a story six years long," he added
Batman, Incorporated was launched in November last year off the back of the Return of Bruce Wayne miniseries. The comic saw Bruce Wayne take his Batman operation global, training up vigilantes around the world. It was placed on hiatus after August's issue #10.
Batman, Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes is released on December 21.