The Deluxe Edition will not only contain the entire storyline and the ancillary stories from The New Teen Titans, but it will also include the long hidden pages that show what would have happened if Jason Todd had lived.
After the shocking ending of Batman Three Jokers #1, the mood was set for a wild second issue full of more twists and surprises, and the creative team of Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok do not disappoint in issue #2.
Overall, Johns captures the essence of The Batman and attempts to reconcile the different iterations of The Joker over his 80 year history and Fabok’s art is classic super hero depictions of perfect physical forms and violence.
This week we have a number of new stand-alone issues, a reprinted classic, and even a free comic!
As far as opening salvos go, Batman #95 is a bit underwhelming, which is strange for a comic with so much action.
Well, let’s just say we hope that the Dark Knight doesn’t need to go out at night in DC Comics new Batman event “Joker War”.