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"Impostors" continues here! Madness and mayhem face off against law and order for control of Gotham City, and not even the Batman is safe! With The Joker Impostor leading the charge of chaos and filling the streets of Gotham with his army of Jokerz, the ranks of the Batman Impostor's army grow thanks to regular citizens choosing sides and taking up arms. But what is Impostor Joker's ultimate goal – and what does it have to do with the real Dark Knight and Clown Prince of Crime?

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Review: Detective Comics #869 0

Batman finally finds the leader of the Jokerz, just as the leader of the impostor Batmen is revealed.  The Good I've rarely read a comic where the storytelling's been this involving. Hine and McDanil's dance hooks you in and makes you follow every little turn of the plot... and it makes even the most basic dialogue scenes that much more exciting. I really feel like I'm in Gotham City while I'm reading this, a bug on the wall for every aspect of this outlandish war between Batmen and Jokerz. Som...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Let's turn that smile upside down 0

The third addition to the story arc by Hine and McDaniel.The writing was pretty bland in this issue. The part that was good is that the leader of bat impostors is actually self-aware that he is nothing like batman, and there's a sense he knows the consequences of his leadership and what his followers might cause. Also Hine seems to be keen on inserting little fun references here and there. Nice cliffhanger at the end. Still there's no telling which Batman is this. It should be Dick but it doesn'...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Just Read It. It's Insane. 0

The Good:  The tone is seriously dark, but the kind of dark that's always creeping up on you and breathing down your neck. Everything looks all 90's and cartoony, but that just makes it more unnerving. Batman says it all, "It's laughter... but it's not funny."Adding to that erie quality is the pacing of the story. Suddenly you find out that the first 2 issues, while they seemed to illustrate a long series of events, was really quite small in the scale of this story. This issue introduces a long ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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