Detective Comics #870

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #870 - Batman: Impostors, Part Four: Last Man Laughing released by DC Comics on December 2010.

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    Batman: Impostors, Part Four: Last Man Laughing last edited by shapeofthings on 04/14/23 03:25AM View full history

    The battle lines have been drawn. The insane Impostor Joker will lead his army of Jokerz against the imposing Impostor Batman and his Guardian Bats – and the battleground will be the Gotham City World's Fair. The only hope Gotham has is The Dark Knight himself, but can even Batman stop both Impostors before more blood is shed? All will be revealed, including the mystery behind the Impostors, in this shocking and horrifying conclusion to "Batman: Impostors"!



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    Review: Detective Comics #870 0

    The "Impostor Wars" conclude as Batman finally discovers the identity of his impostor - - a man with a terrifying connection to the impostor Joker.  The Good The twist about the impostor Batman's identity might've been easy to guess given that there aren't actually that many suspects in this story - - but, still, I didn't see it coming and the reveal adds a horrifying dimension to the plot we've been seeing. Actually, I was really impressed by how Hine was able to weave some serious challenges t...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Last Man Laughing 0

    What an interesting story arc so far.  Mobs on the loose... Batmen and Jokerz everywhere.  Cats and Dogs living together, total chaos!   This issue bring us to the conclusion of the story.  Everyone is at the Bartholomew Fair and pandemonium erupts.  Destruction and violence in all directions.  Just a total bloodbath. There was much violence in the issue, although the style of the art... somewhat "cartoonish" made it feel not so gruesome.  But there are people killing each other in very "interes...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    I just might be the last man to laugh about this 0

    This is the fourth (and concluding)  addition to the "Impostors" storyline by David Hine/Scott McDaniel team.    I would say I'm disappointed about this issue if I had higher expectations. It didn't sink in the territory of bad but I couldn't find anything really rewarding about this. It did what I thought it would so I can't complain all that much but it's also hard to find much to praise.The writing just as in the previous issues seemed uneven, it still had those fun references (like the Dr.Ka...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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