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    A warped variation of the Joker drug has caused those who use it to suffer mental breakdowns and embrace anarchy and chaos. With riots cropping up throughout Gotham City, the citizens find themselves divided into two gangs: one led by a Batman impostor whose mission is to bring law and order back to the streets, and the other led by a Joker impostor whose purpose is to punish the innocent and set Gotham ablaze. And in the middle of it all is The Dark Knight – but can Batman stop an entire city?


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    David Hine is Officially Beyond Awesome 0

    The Good: The Art. Oh the art. It's extremely reminiscent of the 90's. When comic books didn't need to look dark to be dark. When everything could still be fun when it was tragic. Emperor Joker, Joker's Last Laugh, a bunch of other stuff I haven't read. This art is so much fun to read. The atmosphere of the story is fantastic. It fuses elements of Batman Beyond and The Dark Knight Returns, and it's just fantastic. The cover is REALLY dark and pretty awesome. Batman trying out Joker Juice in the ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Review: Detective Comics #868 0

    The emergence of the Jokerz erupts a full-blown "impostor war" between armies of weekend warriors imitating Batman and the Joker.  The Good   McDaniel, Owens and Major collaborative effort on this title reminds of just how much fun comics art can be in itself. The linework, the texture, the colors, the storytelling... it all this so much more exciting and involving. I just love the way they render everything. Even though their version of Gotham City's highly removed from reality, it still feels ...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    The (S)laughter of Fools 0

    This "Imposters" story is actually turning out to be quite good. David Hine's writing is still very good and he is able to make it seem like the situation is getting out of hand and the poop is hitting the fan. Scott McDaniel's art has improved since last issue, and while I liked his art last month, this is a definite improvement. His characters have good detail and overall its just much sharper and more refined. The colour job is also very well done this month. The story is pretty damn good thi...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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